No Fruit, No Proof

When we hear the word repent it is not simply to turn away from sin and turn back to God – no – in this process of turning away true repentance is actually changing our mind about our sin. It is recognising that our sin is against God first and this should grieve us – we should feel sorrow when we sin because we break God’s law. We should actually mourn our sin because it is that very sin that sent innocent Jesus to death. When we recognize the weight of our sin this should lead us to change our mind about it as well as our interaction with future sin.


Sermon by Luke Kincaid


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Our Father

Jesus came and brought a new dimension to our relationship with God. He demonstrated a relationship with His heavenly Father both intimate and reverential. Not only that, Jesus made it possible for us to enter into this relationship with God. For in Christ, who died for our sin and rose again, we are brought into right relationship with God. 
This is why, when Jesus teaches His disciples how they should pray He begins, “Our Father…”


Sermon by Graham Mol


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