Sermons by Andrew McCausland (Page 6)
Continuing our series on the attributes of Jesus from Colossians 1
Andrew starts a short series looking at the attributes of Jesus from Colossians chapter 1
On Sunday 5th November, Andrew spoke about the importance of prayer: we are in a spiritual battle and we need to pray the Kingdom in.
On Sunday 15th October Andrew picked up on our recent harvest theme, and spoke about the great Jewish Festival of Tabernacles. In particular he covered two of Jesus’ great sayings as recounted in John 7 and 8: “I am the Light of the World“; “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from…
On Sunday 10th September, Andrew started a new series on the Kingdom of God by looking at the Gospel of the Kingdom from Matthew 4: “Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and illness among the people.”
Our mission: “To go, to win, to grow – making disciples of Jesus” Our vision: “To be a fruitful community which is rooted in God’s love; is faithful to God’s word; is equipped by God’s Spirit; to share the good news of Jesus with the people of Seer Green and beyond.”
After a break in this sermon series, firstly during the refurbishment, and then for Easter and Pentecost, we returned to our series on our mission and vision. On 2nd July, Andrew used Paul’s words at the start of Romans: “through Jesus Christ we have received grace and apostleship to bring about the obedience of faith for the sake of His name among all the nations” to…
On 4th June, the day of Pentecost, Andrew spoke about the first Pentecost: about how the Holy Spirit filled the early church to empower it to expand and grow, and about how the Holy Spirit still works in the same way in our lives and our church today.
On 14th May Andrew spoke again about the period of 50 days between Easter and Pentecost, and he encouraged each of us to ask the question “Am I walking with the Holy Spirit” during this time.
To mark the period between Easter and Pentecost, Andrew preached on the roots of our faith. He led us to consider again the wonder of the events of the first Easter, and of the period of 50 days between Easter and Pentecost. This year we have had a special focus on how those events fulfilled completely the prophecies which are recorded in the Old Testament. And we have…