Sermons by Andrew McCausland
On Sunday 28th July Andrew spoke from Paul’s prayer for the Ephesian church in Ephesians chapter 3. He explained how Paul encouraged the church to live in the strength of the Spirit so that God may be glorified.
On 14th July Andrew continued to explore the vision of the river in Ezekiel 47, and asked specifically “if we desire the Holy Spirit, what should we expect to see?”
On July 7th Andrew spoke from Ezekiel 47 about the vision of the river which flowed from the Temple in Jerusalem as a picture of the endless supply of love and grace which flows from Jesus through the gift of the Holy Spirit.
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.
Many people appreciated what Susie Howe had shared with us last week. It seemed to speak directly to our situation. This week Andrew used six excerpts from what Susie had said so that we could consider and learn more about the Holy Spirit. The recording finishes with a word of knowledge received…
On 19th May, Andrew continued our series on the Holy Spirit. He spoke from Galatians chapter 5 and explained how we can, and should, choose to be led by the Spirit in order to be free.
Over the next few weeks we will be learning more about the Holy Spirit. On 12th May Andrew introduced this series. He reminded us about the importance of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit came to the first disciples and he spoke about the importance of the Holy Spirit in the lives of believers today.
HE IS RISEN! On this special Sunday, Andrew retold the story of the first Easter Sunday with the help of a missing Easter Egg….
Andrew used the account of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday to remind us we are called to be a people of praise. We discussed why and how others have tried to stop the church from praising and witnessing over the years. And we also discussed what might stop us declaring God’s love to the communities in which we live.
On 7th April we held a special service to open the new front of the church building, and to rededicate ourselves. We were delighted to be joined by some of the builders, designers and other crafts-people who had made the new front possible. Outside on the patio Andrew reminded us that our building is a gift from God, a tool which God has placed into our hands to enable us…