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Dr Peter Masters

Psalm 100.4

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 8 March 2020
A Stethoscope For The Soul.

"Why be thankful to God?" we may ask. We grasp at attempts to explain away the evidence of design in our universe, and we do so, according to scripture, because of human pride. Here are the psalmist's steps for paying homage to God and finding Him.

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Isaiah 24 - 25

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 4 March 2020
The End of Time.

In just one chapter of striking symbols lies the most remarkable vision of the final judgement, the setting apart of the redeemed, the end of all antagonism and the judgement of demons. It is followed by the rhapsodic praise of Zion's eternal inhabitants.

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2 Corinthians 2.1

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 1 March 2020
Spiritual Battle Honours.

Despite Satan's drive to establish a hold over God's people, the Corinthian church purges out grievous sin (here are the purposes of discipline), achieves restoration for the offender, proves its obedience to the Lord, and defeats Satan's devices (these being named and described here).

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John 5.5

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 1 March 2020
A Miracle For All Times.

When Christ healed the paralysed man at Bethesda's pool, He provided a challenge that would span the centuries. Here are the stages of reconciliation with God: a hopeless scene; a listless person; Christ's unsought initiative; a vital question; an impossible command, and a glorious outcome.

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Isaiah 22

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 26 February 2020
The Valley of Vision.

A community so privileged with the Temple and the prophets, and so devout in worship, are to be disciplined for the failure of real dedication to the Lord - the prevailing feature of so much evangelicalism today. Here is Isaiah's challenging analysis and application.

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2 Corinthians 1.11

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 23 February 2020
Spiritual Participation.

An insight into Paul's deep sense of the priesthood of all believers. Shared intercession comes first (he needs them), then shared sincerity, then a shared anointing (not just the preacher), finally shared proving of the Lord (the local church needs no external oversight).

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Isaiah 13 - 14

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 19 February 2020
The Lessons of Babylon.

Long before the rise of Babylon Isaiah foretells her character and fall. She aspired to be as Lucifer, and how she reflects Satan her ultimate master, and also Antichrist of the last times. Literal Babylon fell, and so will the culture of the world that she symbolises.

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Isaiah 9 - 11.

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 12 February 2020
God Purges His People.

The ten northern tribes receive a last warning, then their fall (722BC) is predicted. As for Judah, she will also be punished by Assyria but with the miraculous deliverance of Jerusalem, the surviving remnant of the discipline. Here are lessons for spiritual service in our day.

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Isaiah 7.1

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 5 February 2020
The Testing of Faith.

The prophet Isaiah confronts Ahaz, king of Judah, over his pending appeal to Assyria for military aid. The king refuses a sign-miracle, and the coming of Messiah by virgin birth is announced. Here objections are answered and lessons drawn for present day believers.

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2 Corinthians 1.1

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters preached on 2 February 2020
The Father of Mercies.

Beginning with God as a compassionate Father over His children, Paul moves to sufferings incurred for the sake of Christ and the Gospel, especially his own experience of 'so great a death', and its spiritual purpose - that of delivering him from self-trust.

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