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Sunday, 17 September 2017
Duration: 35 mins 17 secs
Continuing from Genesis where God shows Himself to Adam and the patriarchs, we see more of His characteristics as He reveals Himself to Moses and the Hebrew nation in the book of Exodus. In the calling of Moses to help lead His people, Pr. Nathanael helps us see two parts of God´s nature: First, that God prepares people for the service He plans for them to do, and that He prepares salvation for His people.
Sunday, 10 September 2017
Passage: Exodus 2
Duration: 34 mins 48 secs
Exodus continues the story of God being involved in the life of His chosen people. And obviously therefore, He is not a passive entity, watching from far, without a plan for His creation. Quite the opposite - He is in our midst, acting and willing according to His good plan and pleasure.
Sunday, 03 September 2017
Passage: Exodus 1
Duration: 38 mins 55 secs
Pr. Nathanael starts a new series looking at Exodus and how God continues to reveal Himself to the nation of Israel, and to us. Looking at the early life of Moses and the growing nation of the Hebrews, we find that God is always near, even in barren and hard times.
Sunday, 27 August 2017
Passage: Psalms 23
Series: Psalm 23
Duration: 33 mins 11 secs
David finishes his Psalm reminding us of the wonderful characteristics of our God, promises for his blessing and presence - no matter our circumstances. But, remember - not necessarily blessing of always good circumstances.
Sunday, 20 August 2017
Passage: Psalms 23
Series: Psalm 23
Duration: 38 mins 11 secs
God has shown Himself to be a creator with purposeful design and plans. It is no wonder then, that He is capable of preparing and planning for our future - the good and the difficult. He also takes the necessary steps to help equip us to face those difficulties, and also to heal us when suffer in the problems of this world. Pr. Nathanael shares how the Great Shepherd takes care of His sheep with these two next verbs from the Davidic Psalm.
Sunday, 13 August 2017
Passage: Psalms 23
Series: Psalm 23
Duration: 36 mins 45 secs
Since our earliest days, being afraid is common to mankind. Nightmares and images haunt us as children. Our world is ravished with the consequences of sin, and peril is always near. This section of Psalm 23 is one of the most used passages, especially when facing mankind's greatest fear - death. It is a beautiful image of the presence of the Lord amidst all circumstances of life. David knows well the ways of a shepherd, and continues to use this analogy as he shows how God uses certain tools to help comfort us, His sheep. Pr. Nathanael continues to expound on this blessed Psalm.
Sunday, 30 July 2017
Passage: Psalms 23
Series: Psalm 23
Duration: 32 mins 22 secs
Ever felt broken hearted? Are you looking to know God´s will for your life? The famous passage of King David reflects on the greatness of the shepherd and his care for his sheep. Pr. Nathanael looks at two more aspects that help us know better the LORD, our Great Shepherd. This Psalm was originally written to a group of people who easily understood the insights of taking care of sheep. As we look at these details, we find just how needy we are of God´s work in our lives.
Sunday, 23 July 2017
Passage: Psalms 23
Series: Psalm 23
Duration: 30 mins 30 secs
The verbs in the story are the highlights that truly bring out the nature of the story. This famous Psalm helps us understand who the LORD, our Shepherd, is and what He does. Are you in need of rest? Are you capable of slowing down? Do you feel like you are wandering around aimlessly? Pr. Nathanael shows how Jesus is active in taking care of us, His sheep.
Sunday, 16 July 2017
Series: Ephesians
Duration: 44 mins 45 secs
Pr. Bill continues to look at the area of submission and how it reflects an attitude of love and respect between a husband and a wife.
Sunday, 09 July 2017
Series: Ephesians
Duration: 39 mins 47 secs
The word submission in our culture today may have a negative feeling at first glance. But the Apostle Paul uses this word as he encourages husbands and wives in a marriage relationships to consider each other with love and respect.
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