In this sermon, our pastor, Ian Forest-Jones, answers the question: why did the triune Godhead, perfect love-in-communion, having need of nothing beyond themselves, decide to create lesser beings to represent them and rule in their stead? We are thankful they did and so should remember this template for that over which we rule. The Bible was read by Colin May.
In this sermon, our pastor, Ian Forest-Jones, asks: Why did Jesus call his friends “sheep”? Is this really a helpful metaphor? To decide the value of this metaphor, let us look more closely at its use in John 10, so that we might better know what are the characteristics of his sheep? We may then become more comfortable with this label.
In this sermon, our Pastor, Ian Forest-Jones, reminds us that Jesus desires to be King of your heart and life. Will you let Him in?
In this sermon, our pastor, Ian Forest-Jones, reminded us that, yes, we can be pure in heart and, yes, we can see God, but not in the way we might hope. Only in the way of the Beatitudes, but that is a narrow gate and a difficult road (Mt 7:4). Are you prepared to walk it?
In this sermon, our pastor, Ian Forest-Jones, reminded us that those who bow to God’s way of salvation are those who have the greatest enjoyment of the good things of this present life and hope for the future. The Bible was read by Jake Gruar. The sermon concluded with the singing of "I Surrender All" and a prayer. These have been included in this recording because they are especially relevant to these reflections on the Word of God.
[caption id="attachment_2612" align="alignright" width="300"] The Four Yorkshiremen[/caption]“The Four Yorkshiremen” is a comedy sketch made famous by the Monty Python group in which they parody nostalgic conversations about humble beginnings or…