The gospel reading for today (John 12:20-33) is read by Rev Dr Hugh Begbie, then he gives a sermon with special focus on the reading from Jeremiah, including a video of God changing lives. The other readings for today are: Jeremiah 31:31-34, Psalm 119:9-16, and Hebrews 5:5-14.
Todays recording starts with Aunty Jean sharing the great work happening with Indigenous Christians. She played a video about the upcoming Grasstree Gathering in Sydney involving Aboriginal Christian leaders from across Australia. Revd Dr Hugh Begbie then reads the Gospel (John, 3:14-21) and, continuing on from Aunty Jean’s sharing, gives a short sermon about focusing on the Cross.
A sermon by Revd David Dean exploring the wisdom of God, with reference to today’s new testament reading (1Corinthians 1: 18-25). The other readings for the day are : Exodus 20:1-17, Psalm 19 and the gospel, John 2: 13-22.
As we start Lent, Revd Dr Hugh Begbie gives a sermon on Jesus as the true Son of God and King. Jesus is the new Israel who did not give in to temptation, died on the cross for the world’s sins and brings God’s Kingdom close, so repent and believe. Today’s readings are: Genesis 9:8-17, Psalm 25:1-10, […]
This recording starts with the Gospel reading (Mark 9:2-9) followed by a sermon from Revd Dr Hugh Begbie on God’s Glory and referring to the epistle reading (2 Corinthians 4:3-12). There is also a short video shown during the sermon and the audio is in this recording.
A sermon by Rev David Dean on today’s readings, all contributing to Gods important message. The other readings for today are: Isaiah 40:21-31, Psalm 147:1-11, 1 Corinthians 9:16-23 and Mark 1:29-39.
The gospel reading for today (Matthew 13:1-23) is read by Rev Dr Hugh Begbie, then he introduces Dene Hughes (CMS Missionary in Japan) who in turn preaches on the gospel and the meaning of the parable about sowing seeds.
This recording starts with today’s Gospel reading (Mark 1:14-20 read by Rev Geoff Reeder) then a sermon by Rev Dr Hugh Begbie, continuing the series on the Lords Prayer. In this final part of the series, Rev Hugh looks at what temptation is all about in this world and what it means to us. At […]
A sermon by Rev Hugh Begbie starting on today’s Gospel reading from John 1:43-51. The theme relates to todays Baptism of children from two families and how important the decision is to bring the children into the family of God. Such a treasured event for the families and the church.
Starting with today’s gospel reading (Matthew 18: 21-35), Revd Hugh Begbie looks at the need we have for forgiveness and to forgive.