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Length: 30 minutes
"Sowing the Seeds of Revival" Maria Bond explores the well-known parable of the weeds, in which Jesus draws our attention to the co-existence of good with evil. This passage challenges us to consider whether we have grown lax in our awareness of and attitude towards evil, and also leads us to ask ourselves whether we are more akin to the wheat or the weed!
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ET160918 JESUS ON THE MOVE (pm)Lee Hamill
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 23 minutes
Reference:Luke 7:36-50
"Jesus on the Move" Lee Hamill explores how we can spot where Jesus is on the move, and how we can move in that same direction.
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MT160918 "FIRST PLACE" (am)Dave Criddle
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 32 minutes
Reference:Matthew 6:19-24
"First Place" Dave Cridle helping us to examine our priorities and answer the question ‘What do we put first?’ It can be so easy to end up focusing on things which are fantastic, but which aren’t God, and to find ourselves out of kilter. How can we ensure we are constantly in pursuit of Jesus, that He is our first allegiance?
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ET160911 VISION SUNDAY - STAYING OPEN (pm)Malcolm Duncan
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 42 minutes
"Vision Sunday - Staying Open" (pm) Malcolm Duncan continues with the Vision Sunday theme, encouraging us all to say yes to God leading us on and to being radically faithful. We need to be desperate for God to lead others into desperation for Him too, and give God permission to do whatever He wants with us.
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MT160911 VISION SUNDAY - "STAYING OPEN" (am)Malcolm Duncan
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 36 minutes
As we settle into the rhythm of another term, it is my prayer that God will meet with us powerfully today and really doing something fresh and renewing amongst us. There is something helpful and good about rhythm although we can allow rhythm to become an excuse for complacency if we are not careful. We get used to faith, to God, to Church and everything becomes a little predictable. That’s not always a good thing.
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ET160904 "OUR VISION OF VICTORY" (pm)Dave Criddle
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 24 minutes
"Our Vision of Victory" Dave Criddle encourages us to consider the extent and impact of the victory we have in Jesus – and explored the paradox of Jesus with a lion’s power, but who approaches us as a Lamb.
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Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 33 minutes
Reference:Ecclesiastes 3
"Yesterday, Today, Forever" Dave Criddle taking a look at the well-known third chapter of Ecclesiastes, in which we are reminded that there is a time, a season for everything we do. We’ll be considering that, if indeed this is the case, and all our moments count for eternity, then we should question whether we are actually in the season (engaged in activity) which is God-ordained, and will make a difference for eternity.
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ET160828 "IN THE NAME OF JESUS" (pm)Jackie Buie
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 37 minutes
"In the Name of Jesus" Jackie Buie discussing the fact that our authority comes from Jesus, so we should not doubt or limit the power behind our actions and words…..but we should also ensure that we do actually exercise the authority we have been given. We are reminded that Jesus said that ‘all authority has been given to me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore…..’
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MT160828 THE GOSPEL OF MARK [23] (am - Series A143)Keith King
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 31 minutes
"Walking in the Footsteps of Faltering Faith" Keith King looks at the passage where Jesus predicts Peter’s denial, and subsequently when Peter does indeed disown Jesus. We probably all ask ourselves why this key disciple would deny Jesus after having been with him from the very beginning of his ministry.. Peter is, however, like us …..weak and fearful at times. We can be encouraged however, that this is not the end of the story for Peter - and nor is it for us - as God can use our failures to strengthen us.
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ET160821 HUMILITY (pm)Malcolm Duncan
Gold Hill Baptist Church
Length: 31 minutes
Reference:1 Peter 5:5-11
"Humility sits at the heart of a successful life" Looking at 1 Peter 5: 5-11, Malcolm Duncan helps us to be reminded that humility helps us to see more of God and to understand more of his purposes in and around us.
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