Jesus made an astonishing, outrageous and dangerous claim… but it was not a claim made in error – it was true. In this talk, Hannah looks at the significance of Jesus’ statement : “Before Abraham was, I AM”.
There’s a hunger in every heart, only Jesus can satisfy the deepest part. In this 3rd talk of the series Grant talks about how Jesus spoke of himself as the Bread of Life, the only one who can satisfy the spiritual hunger that every person has, and who is essential for life, even eternal life.
Continuing the ‘I am Jesus’ series. John 15 sees Jesus declaring himself to be “The True Vine”. We are His branches. God the Father is the gardener.
Jesus’ promise to us is this, if we stick with Him, then we will continue to bear fruit and His Joy will always be in us. But apart from Him we can do nothing.
In what may be a very difficult and challenging time of uncertainty for you, Jesus says to you: Remain in me, stay with me, stick with me, and I will make your joy complete.
I would encourage you to read the Bible today, if you aren’t sure where to start, start with John 15.
Discuss it with Jesus in prayer, and listen to what He’s trying to say to you through His word.
Today we are starting a new series called “I Am Jesus” where we will be looking at different characteristics of Jesus. In this talk, we are looking at when He said “I am the light of the world”. We will spend some time looking at what that means to us today and how we need to reposition ourselves to reflect His light to the world.
We should not live in pursuit of happiness, but rather in pursuit of the purposes of God. When we do, we discover a joy that is deeper than happiness.
Peace is really important and everybody wants peace in their inner most being, and most people desire peace in their close relationships. When crisis hits us our search for peace intensifies and where we thought we had it is severely tested and can sometimes be founding wanting. Only in Christ can we find true peace.
Text: John 14:27
The Blessing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUtll3mNj5U
It is Well with My Soul: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zY5o9mP22V0
Perspective is really important. It allows us to see clearly, properly and accurately. The Bible often seeks to bring perspective, and Jesus did when he spoke to the disciples in the hours leading up to his death. One crucial perspective that the Bible seeks to bring into our lives is that we are not home yet, and that the best is yet to come. Text: John 14
Hannah talks about how and why we should stand firm in our faith, especially when our world is rocked. Whilst looking at what the Bible says about how we should do this and how we should equip ourselves ready for the spiritual battle we can face.
In continuing the response to the sudden changes to our way of life, Robin takes the Christian truths of that first Easter weekend and applies its impact to our everyday reality now.
Text: 1 Peter 1:1-9; Psalm 16:8-11