Sermons on Ecclesiastes
— Dr Peter Masters | 11:00am | Sunday 22 April 2018
An acclaimed and magnificent jewel of poetic literature by Solomon shows that we are not free, but subject in all things to forces outside our control. Then, by a parable, he shows how conversion to God is the way to real freedom and purpose.
— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 25 February 2018
Who is truly wise and understanding? - asks King Solomon. 'The Preacher' answering the question in a series of unusual and striking illustrations, showing the necessity of finding the eternal purpose of earthly life, and coming to know and walk with God.
— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 11 March 2018
One of the greatest problems of mankind is an upside-down estimation of good and bad, desirable and undesirable, here challenged by King Solomon pleading for a spiritual view of life, without which we will never seek or find God. Here are his 'shock' arguments.
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'Remember thy Creator', said the billionaire king whose attempts to make atheism and self-indulgence work all failed him. Here is his counsel to learn about God and grace while there is time for this to transform us and fill our lives here, and prepare us for eternity.
— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 14 June 2015
King Solomon long ago named the six main false ideas about the human race and its viability without the need of God. These are still the basis of confident unbelief, even though repeatedly proved mistaken. Here is how knowing Christ solves everything.
— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 6 July 2014
Another group of compelling and intriguing illustrations from Solomon showing how we appear to God when we live without desiring or seeking Him. Here too, are God's persuasive appeals to wanderers to approach Him, and to discover His life-changing power and companionship.
— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 29 June 2014
Miniature parables or illustrations (from King Solomon) showing our condition when we try to live without God, and why we need Him. Here also are life's spiritual dangers - what we lose without God, and what is gained when we come to Him for new life.
Gospel Sermon— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 28 November 2021
King Solomon's compelling illustrations of our spiritual need urge us to see the tragedy of living without the help of God, and without ever knowing the way to the city of pardon and blessing. You May Be Also Interested in… Booklet: Seven Certain Signs of True Conversion Sermon: What exactly is conversion?,…