Forgotten Sayings

Teaching Series: Early Spring 2016

The run up to Easter is traditionally a time for self examination. It’s a time to slow down, refocus and examine our hearts. This 40 day period called Lent recalls the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness preparing for his ministry. We will let the words of Jesus be our guide …

Jesus said some extraordinary things. His words were direct, witty, bold, insightful and, above all, life transforming. Cutting through the noise, they go straight to the heart. But it’s easy to forget them. At least, forget to work their truth into our lives. So each week we will take something He actually said and let its truth settle on our hearts, provoking and comforting us as we align on our lives with its truth.

Here’s one to get us started. Jesus actually said: Why do you call me, “Lord, Lord,” and do not do what I say? Luke 6:46 So, according to Jesus there are people who address him as Lord (in prayer or song) but then don’t do everything he says. Ouch! That’s me, and maybe you too. Where in my life do I need to remember that Jesus isn’t just my Saviour, he’s also my Lord?


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Simon Harris, Senior Minister

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Overflow of the Heart Good fruit comes from the heart, not from striving to do good
(Readings: Luke 6:37-45, Jeremiah 17:5-8)
Simon Harris and Matt Holmes 17 Apr 2016
Cut it Off You could try cutting off you hand to stop sin, but what you really need is a perfect saviour
(Reading: Mark 8:42-50)
Simon Harris 10 Apr 2016
I'll be Back Jesus has gone ahead to prepare for us, and he will be back.
(Reading: John 14:1-14)
Simon Harris 27 Mar 2016
Blessed are the persecuted Jesus saw persecution as an inevitable part of following Him, but persecution has unexpected blessing.
(Reading: John 15:18-16:11)
Simon Harris 13 Mar 2016
Don't Worry Jesus invites us to lay our worries down and trust in a loving God
(Reading: Matthew 6:25-34)
Simon Harris 06 Mar 2016
Just between the two of you Jesus describes a clear and effective strategy for resolving conflict
(Reading: Matthew 18:1-19)
Simon Harris 21 Feb 2016

 

Sunday 21st February
Sermon: Just Between the two of you
Reading: Matthew 18:1-19

Sunday 28th February
Sarah Richardson & Luke Hill
Baptismal Service

Sunday 6th March
Sermon: Don't worry
Reading: Matthew 6:25-34

Sunday 13th March
Sermon: Blessed are the persecuted
Reading: John 15:18-16:11

Sunday 20th March
Sermon: Forgive them
Reading: Luke 23:26-43

Sunday 25th March
Good Friday
Sermon: It's finished!
Reading: John 19:17-30

Sunday 27th March
Easter Sunday
Sermon: I'll be back
Reading: John 14:1-14

Sunday 3rd April
Guest Preacher

Sunday 10th April
Sermon: Cut it off
Reading: Mark 9:42-50

Sunday 17th April
Sermon: The overflow of the heart
Reading: Luke 6:37-45