Sermons on Acts
On 7th June, Andrew used the first few chapters of Acts leading up to chapter 6 to talk about how everyone has a part to play in the life of the church.
On Sunday 31st May we considered the events of the first Pentecost and how they apply to us today.
On 24th May Chris Justice spoke about how the disciples spent their time as they waited between Ascension and Pentecost. The talk starts with a reading from Acts 1 v1-14.
Andrew spoke about how important it is for us to go beyond the theory and really apply what we study in the Bible in our lives.
Andrew continued our series in Acts, speaking from Acts 1 and 2 to show how the events of 2,000 years ago mean we are being built into a Holy temple, a chosen people.
Andrew spoke from Acts chapter 1 about the time between the Resurrection and the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Tim Cox considers Paul’s trial before Felix (Acts 24) and notes, for us, the importance of self-control.
On 20th October Andrew spoke from Acts chapter 2 about how the Holy Spirit helps us live together as the family of God.
On 13th October Andrew continued our series on living in the presence and the power of the Holy Spirit. During the sermon he refers to this painting, “Starry Night” by Vincent van Gogh.
The day of Pentecost – June 9th 2019. Andrew used the passage about the valley of dry bones in Ezekiel 37 to explain how God sends His Holy Spirit to restore the holiness of His name. Andrew went on to pray for Seer Green to be a fruitful place, empowered by the same Holy Spirit. The sermon starts with the reading from Ezekiel 37.