The “parable of the workers in the vineyard” highlights three significant things we can miss in life. We can be so focused on “what’s in it for me” that we miss grace, we miss our reward and we miss our purpose.
Mysteries of the Master
Sermon series on the parables of Jesus.
How do we use the resources entrusted to us in this one solitary life? This message will challenge you about stewardship and encourage you to engage wholeheartedly in the work of the gospel in this generation.
Final judgement according to deeds. It’s one of the strangest truths we find in the Bible—certainly for a good evangelical. We are saved by grace alone through faith, yet Scripture time and again reminds us that when we come before Christ the judge, our faith in Him...
What do you put your trust in? Jesus says seek first the kingdom of God and all that we need will be provided.
Jesus taught His disciples how to pray using the Lord’s prayer and the parable of the persistent friend. God centric prayers // faith filled prayers // shamelessly audacious persistent prayers.
Jesus explains in Matthew 13 what we should expect in following Him and being part of the Kingdom of Heaven. We can expect the favour of God like a growing mustard seed, we can expect significant push back from the enemy, and we can expect to be smitten with the Lord...
Jesus often taught in parables (mysteries of the master). On this occasion He describes four types of hearers (soils). This message will enlighten you about the awesome arrival of Israel’s Messiah and how He was received in the first century. It will also challenge...