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Sermons from April 2016

The Temperature of Hell?

The Tem­per­at­ure of Hell Ser­mon preached at Enmore, 5th Sunday of East­er, 24th April 2016 Read­ing: Rev­el­a­tion 21. 1–6 “Then I saw a new heav­en and a new earth; for the first heav­en and the first earth had passed away and the sea was no more.” Rev­el­a­tion is all about vis­ions. It begins with the…

His Hands and his side

His hands and his side Ser­mon preached at Enmore, Second Sunday of East­er, 3rd April 2016 Read­ing: John 20.19–31 In John’s account of the resur­rec­tion, the only per­son to actu­ally see the ris­en Jesus on East­er morn­ing is Mary Mag­dalene. She goes to the male dis­ciples to give them this good news but John doesn’t…

Easter Day 2016

EASTER DAY: The Tree of Life “Christ has been raised from the dead, the first fruits of those who have died. For since death came through a human being, the resur­rec­tion of the dead has also come through a human being: for as all die in Adam, so all will be made alive in Christ”…

Good Friday 2016

Good Fri­day 25 March 2016, The Tree of Love “See my ser­vant … for he grew up before the Lord like a young plant … out of the dry ground; he was des­pised and rejec­ted by oth­ers; he was wounded for our trans­gres­sions, crushed for our iniquit­ies, upon him was the pun­ish­ment that made us…