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Sunday, 15 December 2019
Passage: Luke 1:46-55
Series: Advent 2019
Duration: 36 mins 7 secs
Joy is not the same thing as happiness. It is not based upon circumstances. It is a delight in life that runs deeper than pain or pleasure. It is a quality of life and not a fleeting emotion. Can you experience joy even while grieving or suffering? The angels appeared to the shepherds saying they had GREAT joy for ALL people. So the answer is "yes." Pr. Nathanael Fawcett looks at Mary´s song, or magnificat, to better understand "joy" and how to have it.
Sunday, 08 December 2019
Passage: Isaiah 9:2-7
Series: Advent 2019
Duration: 33 mins 20 secs
Clack – Clack – Clack - Clack… A broken wheel makes the entire grocery cart noisy and shacky. A little part of the wheel missing or damaged causes a lot of ruckus in the store, for the one pushing and for those around it. What can help make this grocery cart more peaceful? What can make our lives more peaceful? Pr. Nathanael looks at Scripture to better understand this term we often use a Christmas – Peace.
Sunday, 01 December 2019
Passage: Luke 1:67-79
Series: Advent 2019
Duration: 36 mins 58 secs
The prophet Isaiah helped communicate God´s messages to the people of Israel. At that time, God told Isaiah that Israel would be taken into exile as a form of discipline. In His messages of coming judgement and doom, there was always a balance with prophetic announcement of hope that after the exile would come a period of new, glorious and amazing hope. This hope included a new king, a new Jerusalem, and a new purity of heart. Pr. Nathanael looks through Scripture, especially Isaiah 9, to draw the analogy for Believers today who are living in this world which is not our home, but looking forward to the future hope that God promises.
Sunday, 24 November 2019
Passage: Psalms 16
Duration: 35 mins 33 secs
Security and Pleasure – two desires that drive much of humanity´s choices and decisions. These two pursuits often overlap. Scripture does speak to both. One passage that refers to both is Psalm 16, where David weaves the two together. It is a poetic expression of worship where he calls upon the people of God to make five specific and distinct choices regarding their pleasure and their security. Join Pr. Nathanael Fawcett as he expounds on the Word of God concerning these topics.
Sunday, 17 November 2019
Passage: Psalms 73
Duration: 41 mins 36 secs
People often insist that what they experience in the world through their five senses is the entire truth, defining ultimate reality. However, as humans, we are limited in our perspective. Our senses do not encompass everything. We therefore need someone who is greater than us, with full perspective over everything, to speak truth to us. What happens when our senses seem to go contrary to what God says? Pr. Nathanael Fawcett answers this question through the poetic words of Asaph found in Psalm 73.
Sunday, 10 November 2019
Passage: Psalms 32
Duration: 40 mins 45 secs
One of the problems with sin is that it distances us from God. Our guilt makes us want to hide after doing something wrong. King David also felt this distance from God after his sinned in adultery and murder. Pr. Nathanael Fawcett brings a study on Psalm 32 which is David´s personal testimony on how he came to peace with God, and had his relationship restored with the Almighty.
Sunday, 27 October 2019
Passage: Psalms 15
Duration: 33 mins 42 secs
It has been said that what makes a true Christian is about 12 inches... the distance between one´s head and one´s heart. What we know about God or even believe about God doesn´t make a person a Christian. Even Satan knows and believes God exists. So how can someone have a relationship with the creator of the universe? Pr. Bill Fawcett takes a look at Psalm 15 and several scriptures to show how a person can have an intimate relationship with God.
Sunday, 13 October 2019
Passage: Acts 28:30-31
Duration: 42 mins 22 secs
Pr. Hélder looks at the persecution of the early church and the imprisonment of the Apostle Paul, Acts 28:30-31, to point out a focus on what missions looks like. Even though he was in prison, Paul did not stop sharing and preaching the Gospel. He spoke to those around him and those who came to visit. Missions begins where you are and ends where God wills. The content of the message is simply "Jesus." Not information about who Jesus is and was, to have an argument, but the Good News is the actual person of Jesus and a relationship with Him. The missionary challenge from the example of Paul: 1. speak boldly to everyone - have courage, because we are sent under the authority of Christ and the message has not changed; 2. pray for opportunities to spread the Gospel; 3. identify with Christ - our daily lives should reflect that we are a Christian (ie. Christian professional, Christian parent, Christian teacher, Christian athlete, etc..)
Sunday, 06 October 2019
Duration: 32 mins 49 secs
The journey of the Hebrew nation through the desert Has been a long one. God has been in a process of revealing Himself to His chosen people. Now, at the end of the book of Exodus, Almighty Jehovah is going to dwell in the midst of them. Instructions for the making of the tabernacle take up 1/3 of the book of Exodus. At the burning bush, God said He was coming down and would be with His people. No longer would He be just in heaven above, but now he would be among His people, residing in the Tabernacle. When Jesus came to earth, He was called Emmanuel by the prophets - God with us. In the New Testament, the Apostle Paul makes it clear in Colossians 1:27 that the Christian Believer is the tabernacle and that, through the Holy Spirit, God now lives in us. What is it like when He moves in? What should it look like in our lives today? Pr. Nathanael Fawcett wraps up the study of Exodus looking at Chapter 40.
Sunday, 29 September 2019
Duration: 29 mins 12 secs
Pr. Bill Fawcett does a word study on "Kindness". This is a characteristic and fruit of the spirit that should be demonstrated in the life of every Christian. But what is it? Why should we display kindness and to whom? What does it really look like? How can we develop it? Scripture used to better understand this topic are 1 Cor 15:33, Luke 6:35, Ephesians 4:32, Matthew 7:2, Romans 2:1-4, 1 Peter 2:1-3 and Matthew 11:28-30.
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