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Rich

The Law Points to Christ

Hebrews 10:1-18

Richard Owen | May 21, 2017 | Hebrews

The Law is good, but it is a shadow pointing to Christ. It cannot make us perfect but Jesus does; it reminds us of sins, but now God remembers our sins no longer; sacrifices don’t please God, but Christ does, and they have to be repeated but the work of Christ is finished.

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The Law Points to Christ

Hebrews 10:1-18

Richard Owen | May 21, 2017 | Hebrews

The Law is good, but it is a shadow pointing to Christ. It cannot make us perfect but Jesus does; it reminds us of sins, but now God remembers our sins no longer; sacrifices don’t please God, but Christ does, and they have to be repeated but the work of Christ is finished.

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Making Love Our Goal

1 Timothy 1:3-7

Dan Maton | May 14, 2017 | 1 Timothy

Our goal is love, and we can grow in love by cultivating a pure heart, a good conscience and a sincere faith.

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Dan Maton | May 7, 2017 | 1 Timothy

Paul is passionate both about the glorious gospel of grace, which is received by faith, and also about the church, and so he urges Timothy to remain where he is to ensure that the church doesn’t move on from the gospel.

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Richard Owen | April 30, 2017 | Mark

Jesus commissions his followers to take the message of hope to the world, but he doesn’t just leave us to get on with it. He gives us his Holy Spirit and so we can expect him to work through us.

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Dan Maton | April 23, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

Mary didn’t believe initially, and neither did the two on the Emmaus Road or the eleven apostles. But Jesus doesn’t start again with a new group of disciples, he gently rebukes them. When God rebukes us for our disbelief, this should lead to repentance not discouragement.

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Jesus is risen

Mark 16:1-8

Richard Owen | April 16, 2017 | Mark

Without Easter Sunday, Good Friday would have been a disaster, but we see the power of God over sin and death. The resurrection of Jesus changes everything, and the power of God that raised Jesus from the dead is at work in us

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The Burial of Jesus

Mark 15:40-47

Dan Maton | April 9, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

We are encouraged to be convinced that Jesus really did die on the cross, to be faithful like the women who stood by Jesus at the cross and to be bold like Joseph of Arimathea.

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The Death of Jesus

Mark 15:33-41

Tom Lee | April 2, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

We see the most awful and also the most awesome moment in history, as our sin is transferred to Jesus and he is forsaken by God. But when he dies the darkness disappears and the centurion recognises who Jesus really is.

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Jeremy Simpkins | March 26, 2017 | Miscellaneous

We are all partners together. It’s God’s heart to bring revival to Sheffield. Our task is praying, prophesying, receiving, giving, travelling and sending.

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Jesus on the Cross

Mark 15:15-32

Dan Maton | March 19, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

When we think about Jesus on the cross, we can ask ourselves who he is. He is the suffering servant, the glorious king and our wonderful saviour.

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Jesus Before Pilate

Mark 15:1-15

Ben Gibbins | March 12, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

The religious leaders wanted Jesus killed out of self-interest, the crowds just followed the leaders without examining the facts, and Pilate chose to serve the crowd rather than his conscience or justice. They all deserved to die, and we can often be like them. But even those who deserve to die can be forgiven.

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Peter's Denial

Mark 14:53-54, 14:66-72

Richard Owen | March 5, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

Peter had given up everything to follow Jesus. He had witnessed his miracles and confessed Jesus to be Son of God. Yet he disowns Jesus after boldly declaring that he would never do this. This helps us to recognise our own weaknesses and it reminds us of the power of prayer and it helps us to be amazed by the grace of God.

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Dan Maton | February 26, 2017 | Miscellaneous

We can learn what it means to live by faith from Elijah. It means learning to rely on God, to obey him and to work with him. God frequently provides for us in mundane ways at the last minute so that we can learn to trust him.

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Jesus on Trial

Mark 14:41-65

Richard Owen | February 19, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

Jesus was not the freedom fighter that the Jewish leaders feared he was, though he does fight and he wins the victory over death. He was not a blasphemer, but really is the Son of God. He is not a helpless victim, but courageously submits to God’s will.

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Joseph Mwila | February 12, 2017 | Miscellaneous

The disciples want Jesus to stay where he is, where he is popular, but he knows it’s time to move on to the next town. Is it time for us to move on?

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Jesus in Gethsemane

Mark 14:26-42

Dan Maton | February 5, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

We can never know what Jesus suffered in his darkest hour as he looked into the cup of our iniquities, but we can only marvel, and find forgiveness for our greatest sins, comfort in our deepest sorrows and grace to fight our strongest temptations.

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The Last Supper

Mark 14:12-26

Grant Riley | January 29, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

The last meal Jesus had with his disciples is no longer about freedom from slavery in Egypt but freedom from slavery to sin. The Lord’s Supper brings us back to Jesus when we’ve drifted, it reminds us of all Jesus bought for us and that we are part of God’s people, and it helps us to look forward to the celebration meal in God’s Kingdom.

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Extravagant Worship

Mark 14:1-11

Richard Owen | January 22, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

We see in this passage a God who is control, a king who is worth worshipping and a challenge to guard our hearts. So let’s worship him freely without worrying about what others might think.

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Dan Maton | January 15, 2017 | The Way of the Cross

There will be difficult times until Christ returns, but through it all God is in still in control. We must be alert, neither trying to predict when he will return or being unprepared for it, and should continue to love God and one another.

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