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New church plant in Pretoria. Seeking to Glorify God by Making Disciples of Jesus Christ in a Transcultural Community for the Renewal of our City & Beyond
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2020-11-2233:00

Hebrews 4:1-13Today, we are talking about REST - something we all need, but struggle with because there is always something to do. What does the Word teach us about resting?
We have a conversation with the Church Planter of Renewal Fellowship on what it looks like to be missional where we live, work and play.
Luke 4:18-19We have a conversation with the Church Planter of Fellowship City on what it looks like to be missional where we live, work and play.
Luke 4:18-19 and Luke 4:20-30 As we think about the Great Commission, how we put Jesus on display will often times reveal how we relate to Him personally or how we understand our identity in Him.
Luke 14:18-19What captures you will compel you. Those who are called have been captured by the love of Christ and this has massive implications on our Sent-ness in the World.
Luke 4:18-19 & The Book of ActsThe Gospel takes ordinary men and women filled with the Holy Spirt to do extraordinary things in furthering God’s kingdom.
Luke 4:18-19The Holy Spirit in the life of a person anoints them with blessing, protection and power for all godliness, including to be on mission for the Kingdom of God.
Text: Luke 4:14-21When God sends us through Jesus empowered by the Holy Spirit, we go with authority and expectation. On this matter there is only two options - obedience or disobedience.
Text: Mark 6:7-9:1Description: This is part 2 of the Season Finale of the Gospel according to Mark Season 2. This is a discussion between Confidence Mokgatle, Sihle Xulu & Ryno taking Season 2 into review and sharing some of the nuggets that has been mind-blowing as we journeyed through this section of Mark. They press deeper into some of the applications of this section of Mark for followers of Jesus and also speak about who Jesus is, as narrated by the gospel writer in the first 8 chapters of Mark.Make yourself comfortable and pull you Bible and your notes of this season closer. This discussion covers the last three sermons in this season.
Text: Mark 6:7-9:1Description: This is part 1 of the Season Finale of the Gospel according to Mark Season 2. This is a discussion between One, Jono & Ryno taking Season 2 into review and sharing some of the nuggets that has been mind-blowing as we journeyed through this section of Mark. They press deeper into some of the applications of this section of Mark for followers of Jesus and also speak about who Jesus is, as narrated by the gospel writer in the first 8 chapters of Mark. Spoiler alert: He is KING!Make yourself comfortable and pull you Bible and your notes of this season closer. This discussion covers the first three sermons in this season.
Mark 8:27-9:1 (CSB)Confessing Jesus as the Messiah means denying yourself, taking up your cross and following Him. It means embracing the paradox that losers are keepers. It brings eternal reward to one’s soul! We are called to confess Jesus Christ, the Son of the Living God, the kings of Kings.The One who takes away my sin and your sin and gives us eternal life. Will you accept this great gift?
Mark 8:1-26 (ESV)Description: Is your hard heart cut off or is it perhaps softening? Are your circumstances causing you to harden your heart to who Jesus is or are you seeing in part now and clinging to the fact that one day you will see fully?
Mark 7: 24-37 (ESV)In our passage to day, we learn that faith consists of desperation, persistence and humility, and also as we come to Jesus, He meets us individually, empathically and redemptively. He does all things well.
Mark 7:1-23 (ESV)In today’s passage we see Jesus once again challenged by the Pharisees and scribes regarding the purification laws. Through this encounter we learn more about what exactly it is that Jesus came to do. We have seen that He is the promised King Messiah, but today we also see that He comes to fix which is unfixable - our broken hearts.
Mark 6:45-56 (CSB)Our passage today we find the disciples right in the middle of a storm, maybe that’s where you are so maybe you can relate, but if you are not in one, hang on, it's coming. This is not to scare you but rather to prepare you. We can trust God in the midst of our storms.
Mark 6:7-44 (ESV)We often think about the miracles of Jesus simply as a way for Jesus to show up and out. But as we kick off Season Two in the Gospel of Mark we will see that there is always more going on. Jesus is revealing Himself as the true revolutionary and the true King!This sermon is preached by Arnaldo Santiago Jr. from Anchor Church in Sydney Australia.
Chapter 3 is Habakkuk's prayer of praise in the form of a poetic song. He had been given the vision from God concerning the end; he had heard the Lord's response to his questions and concerns. Now he can only but stand back in awe and in reverence of the One who will act on behalf of His people. Habakkuk's prayer and song in this chapter is one that encompasses the past, yet stretches forth thousands of years and reveals details of the Lord's coming in glory to defeat all His enemies at the end of the age.
We jump into part two of our panel discussion. There is so much to learn in a three chapter Old Testament book. We have a deeper discussion about Habakkuk, how it fits in the full breath of Scripture and what that means for us today.
There is so much to learn in a three chapter Old Testament book. We have a deeper discussion about Habakkuk, how it fits in the full breath of Scripture and what that means for us today.
The biggest question in Habakkuk's prayers and laments is: "Is God good, when there is so much evil in the world?". The vision of Habakkuk in this portion of scripture is God's answer to this question. God doesn't only answer the prophet, He describes to the prophet how he should live in this in-between time in chapter 2:4 and 2:20; between the promise and the fulfillment. This brings us a great deal of comfort, as we also live in between the resurrection and the redemption of all things.
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