What did Jesus mean in Matthew 6:1 when he said, “Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others”? Does it contradict what he said in Matthew 5 about letting your “light shine before others”?
What will you be doing for the rest of your life? Will you still be a Christian in 30 years? Will you have a heart still turned to God and lips filled with praise on your death bed?
What does it mean to “know” God? What expectations does it generate? What happens when things don’t turn out?
‘Where is God?’ is a question that confounds many and the Bible provides an answer that is so scandalous to the world.
What we often consider to be interruptions, Jesus sees as an opportunity for us to be with him.
John Coulson asked us the questison, “How zealous are you to do what is good?” How do you know what is good works and where does it come from?
When it comes to Christian living, what are some of the things that you would consider to be most important? What does the Bible say about what we should focus on?
What does it mean to quench the Holy Spirit? What is a prophecy? Listen to our recent Chapel sermon on 1 Thessalonians 5:19-22.
Paul gives us three vital signs that indicate the health of our relationship with God. Each of these vital signs point to the reality that we need to be dependant on God.
Chapel sermon, Rev Dr Richard Gibson: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-3, Times and dates.
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