Sermons in “Audio”
The opening book of the Bible gives mankind a glimpse of God’s artistry, order and desire to be close to HIs creation. It’s all good… until God makes it better. Ladies – you won’t want to miss this one!View Sermon
Guest speaker, Joe Bernard, delivers a powerful message on 1 Corinthians 7 and the “me” generation. What should our perspective, as Christians, be regarding the world and this life? Who are we living for: Jesus? Or ourselves?View Sermon
Jesus, now about 12 years of age, is nowhere to be found among the caravan returning from the annual festival in Jerusalem. So, after 3 days, Mary and Joseph are forced to return to Jerusalem in search of the boy. Where did they find Him? And what was He doing?View Sermon
The Christmas Story 2017 – begins with a quiz. How well do you know the details according to the Bible, not tradition? Hang on! You may be in for a few surprises.View Sermon
As is the custom at the time, a widowed woman was to be taken in by the brother of the deceased husband, or close relative.
In today’s lesson, Naomi instructs Ruth on how to approach her relative, Boaz. Interestingly, it is not the man who proposes to the woman, but the woman to the man – by offering to willingly come under the authority, protection and provision of the husband. It is the perfect picture of the Church (the bride) – willingly submitting to the authority and will of Jesus (bridegroom), who also provides for and protects His bride.
Ruth and Naomi (now, wishing to be called Mara) have returned to the land of Israel. Despite all the loss in their lives, Ruth determines it is better to be busy with purpose, than sit around moping. And when Ruth catches the eye of a man named Boaz, Naomi is the first to recognize the hand of God at work. God has not forgotten her, but has been working quietly behind the scenes to accomplish is purpose.View Sermon
The Book of Ruth introduces us to Naomi and her husband – Elimolech, who makes the unwise choice to leave the land of Israel for the pagan land of Moab. However, God still turns this mis-step to good for the purpose of His kingdom.View Sermon