Sermon Notes

- Who can help in this situation?

Sermon Notes: Who can help in this situation? John 4:43-54 Here in this passage we have this Royal Official, a top Civil Servant who is in deep desperation and distress. Why? Because his young son is at death’s door. 1: This man turns to Jesus at a time of crisis and great distress in his life. Verse 46-47. Jesus at this point is in Cana while this Royal Official lives, 20 miles away in Capernaum.

- John Chapter 4:4-26.

Sermon Notes – John Chapter 4:4-26. Imagine if JESUS was waiting here in St. Paul’s just to speak to you….What kind of ‘aches’ and ‘longings’ would He find in your heart today? Look at how JESUS loves and cares deeply for this woman. Look at how JESUS is lovingly pursuing this woman. Look at how JESUS looks underneath the surface and sees into her aching heart. Look at how JESUS speaks to her with such tenderness, such respect, and such care.

- The Woman who touched Jesus and life was never the same again.

Sermon Notes: The Woman who touched Jesus and life was never the same again. Mark Chapter 5 verse 21 to 34. This Religious leader comes and falls at the feet of Jesus in desperation because his little girl is at death’s door, v23 ‘my little daughter is at the point of death. Please come as quickly as you can, and place your hands on her, that she may be made well and live.

- Easter Sunday. John Chapter 20.

Sermon Notes: Easter Sunday. John Chapter 20. Our message to the world is – that Jesus died THERE and THEN, but he lives and gives LIFE to us HERE and NOW. Just when the authorities were uncorking the bottles, convinced that this preacher Jesus was no more – He pops up again – HERE, THERE and EVERYWHERE! No longer dead and buried, but WALKING and TALKING. Having been executed and sealed in a tomb, the word on the street is – JESUS is ALIVE and in remarkably good health.

- Palm Sunday – Matthew Chapter 21:1-11

Sermon Notes: Palm Sunday – Matthew Chapter 21:1-11 In Matthew 21 we join a crowd outside the city of Jerusalem who see and are there to welcome Jesus. This is the One they’ve been waiting for, dreaming about for hundreds and hundreds of years. The One who’s been promised by God throughout the Old Testament Scriptures. This is the day, now is the time, He is in their midst, but how will they respond to Him?