Sermons on Exodus

Sermons on Exodus

Pray to Revive

What do your prayers look like? How do you pray? What you have before is a lesson on prayer, to help shape your prayers and encourage you to pray. All this with the single aim to help you revive your life through the way you pray. And in doing so – (and in the case of Restart Church) – revive your Community (as we aim to revive the spiritual heart of our…

Father’s Day 2019

I am very sorry for the poor audio feed on our Father’s Day video presentation. Please listen closely though. The content of this message is vital. The notes follow below. Our Restart Father’s Day Focus is to address two central motivations of all men. Ladies young and old – now get this – did you hear that? Two central motivations of all men; and no…

Palm Sunday 2019

The events of Palm Sunday were ordered 1500 years before they happened, and forecast to the exact day 500 years before. The intent of this message is to help us stop a moment to see the forecasted underpinnings behind the momentous events of what the Ancient Church termed “Holy Week.” Those things which lead to the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus. To…

The Four Cups of the Seder

Why should we study the Seder at all? I mean the Seder is an Old Testament practice, right? Well, it is indeed a prescription from our Friend Moses, the Servant of God. However permit me to suggest three things to remind us how rich and relevant the Seder is for Believers. You and I are rooted and part of Israel Some of the branches were broken off, and you, being a wild…

The 7 Deadly Sins – Envy

The Seven Deadly Sins I can’t find the phrase “Seven Deadly Sins” anywhere in the Bible and neither will you.  This list has long been in use however and was categorized by the early church leaders to help Believers better understand the directions that evil temptation can take; to encourage us to self-assess – looking for evidence of them in our…

We, The Shepherds

To Become as They Today we travel together to the Judean hills to remember what happened to some shepherds – and if we are brave and intent enough; we might discover ourselves.   I believe that the actions of the Shepherds (and through our accepting the challenge of  self-assessment against their actions) are a key to making deeper discovers about the Gift of the…

Recovery, 1 of 5 – The Four Realms

Don’t let words bug you It’s tough to have a sermon series with the word “Recovery” in it.  That word conjures up images of dark alleys and seedy people living out of control; people unable to cope;  whose lives are dominated by drugs or alcohol.    Well, just take a step back.   I’ve got news for you, we are all addicts. All we like sheep…

The Triumphal Entry 2018

Resurrection Sunday Christ rising from the dead is what we stop to consider, admire and worship today.  And yet even this unprecedented fact of history was lovingly woven in advance into the very fabric of the Hebrew Nation.  The preeminence of Jesus as first fruits from the grave is anticipated by the Third of the Seven Feasts of Israel called the Feast of First Fruits. …

Understanding Communion

So what’s with Communion Anyway? Many practicing Christians have for long years participated in the Lord’s Supper without seeing (1) its underpinnings in Old Testament instructions for the Passover Feast nor (2)  how it outlines the faith journey of all Believer from sanctification, deliverance, and blessing; into restoration. On the surface, the whole process and…

Why Calamity?

Why do bad things happen to good people? If God is so loving and so caring, why do I see all this crud going on around me, or piling up in my own life?  Sometimes the burden of day to day living feels a crushing weight.  I deal with so many crumby circumstances that I am getting tired.  I ask God for help, but I don’t feel His help at all. It makes me wonder,…
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