Romans 14; Romans 15:1-13; Grace

Last Sunday we continued to look at Romans…Romans 14 in the morning (Communion) and Romans 15: 1-13 in the evening. Morning Service: Songs: Great is the Lord and Most Worthy of all Praise; Indescribable; Man of Sorrows (Hillsong); Ps 119:153-160; May the Mind of Christ my Saviour; Ps 24:7-10 Readings: Acts 25:13-27; Psalm 119:153-160 Sermon: Romans 14 – The weak and the strong Richard Baxter … Continue reading Romans 14; Romans 15:1-13; Grace

God’s Law in our Hearts (Romans 2) and ‘Has God Forgotten?” (Psalm 77) –

I’m sorry that I didn’t manage to put these up yesterday – but here are the sermons from St Peters on the 2nd of July In the morning we looked at Romans 2:12-16 and saw how God’s law is written on every human heart – when people ask for evidence of God we have it externally in creation and internally in the moral law.   … Continue reading God’s Law in our Hearts (Romans 2) and ‘Has God Forgotten?” (Psalm 77) –

In Israel his Name is Great – Psalm 76

This weeks sermon is on Psalm 76 and was preached at the communion last Sunday. This is the quote I used at the end from Napoleon – his answer to the question, asked towards the end of his life, who is Jesus? Well then, I will tell you. Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne and I myself have founded great empires; but upon what did these creations of … Continue reading In Israel his Name is Great – Psalm 76