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Sunday 20th January, services at 11am & 6.30pm: Dr Peter Masters

Sunday Morning . 13 January 2019

The Parable of the Vine

The Parable of the Vine
John 15.1-7 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Christ's instructions to the apostles defining the Christian life. He begins with the New Covenant, and how He is the true vine securing redemption for His people. He also defines 'fruit' (the essential evidence of conversion) and what it means to 'abide' in Himself.

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Wednesday Evening . 9 January 2019

The Role of Faith in Spiritual Work

The Role of Faith in Spiritual Work
Joshua 1.6 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The literal history of Joshua, showing the pastoral parallels for our spiritual lives today in chapter 1. Here is Joshua's momentous call, the certain promise of instrumentality, the effort needed, the necessity of a focus for faith, and other principles often neglected yet so vital today.

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Sunday Morning . 6 January 2019

Lessons in Love

Lessons in Love
John 14.25-31 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Five expressions of love for Christ all found in this passage - all being a key to ongoing assurance, and all stirring greater love. For a new year, we see Christ's words - love learns, love trusts, love identifies, love serves and love obeys.

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Sunday Evening . 6 January 2019

Finding the Truth of Life

Finding the Truth of Life
Proverbs 23.23 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

"Buy the truth" urges Solomon - a search for the explanation and meaning of life, and a relationship with the Lord. Don't sell it, as many do, for a godless life. Here is how the heart is given to God, and how eyes are opened. 

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Tuesday . 25 December 2018

Why, Why Shepherds and Angels?

Why, Why Shepherds and Angels?
Luke 2.8-16 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Not a charming story but a series of profound and vital facts about Christ and His work. Here the questions are answered - Why shepherds? Why an angel? Why 'good tidings'? Why the term 'Saviour'? Why the sign of a manger and then a choir?
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Articles & Books

Worship in the Melting Pot
Worship is truly in the melting pot. A new style of praise has swept into evangelical life, shaking to the foundations traditional concepts and attitudes. The style of worship followed throughout the entire history of Bible-believing churches has ...
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A Spiritual Growth Check
Growth means dependence upon God, communion with Christ, daily engagement in holiness, prayer and proclamation. We cannot select one or two of these but must engage in all.
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Six Biblical Steps for Guidance
This article presents the traditional view that we are to seek real guidance from the Lord in all the major decisions of life, and he will certainly clarify our thinking, or overrule our circumstances.
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Ye are the Salt of the Earth -  Keeping the church separate from the world
There must always be a sharp distinction between the church and the world. If a church is not separate from the world, it becomes like salt that has lost its savour, and is fit only to be cast out and to be trodden under foot of men.
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Proving charismatic gifts have ceased
Does the Bible teach definitively that the charismatic gifts have ceased? Can cessationism (the view that they have ended) be proved?
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Richard Dawkins' Fictional World
Richard Dawkins’ book The God Delusion has sold in millions, attacking the God of the Bible with a ferocity not seen since the heyday of aggressive communism. But these assaults contain numerous mistakes, as many noted reviewers have pointed out.
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The Personal Spiritual Life
From the personal indwelling of the Holy Spirit to living a life of commitment these chapters stir and encourage readers to advance spiritually.
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Wonders of Grace
Drawn from the early years of Spurgeon’s remarkable London ministry, these 138 testimonies of conversion form part of an archive of some 15,000.
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