Sermon Notes

- Loneliness - Psalm 16

Sermon Notes: Loneliness - Psalm 16 Overcoming our fear of loneliness and our fear of being so alone in this world. There are many different reasons that people struggle with loneliness, and there are many circumstances and situations in life that can leave us feeling lonely. Wasn’t it Jesus who said in Hebrews Chapter 16, ‘I will never ever leave you nor forsake you says the Lord.’ Psalm 16: ‘I know the Lord is always with me, I will not be shaken no matter what happens in my life, for he is right beside me.

- Running the Race. 1 Corinthians Ch 9:v24 to 27

Sermon Notes: Running the Race. 1 Corinthians Ch 9:v24 to 27 How are you feeling at present? Mentally and emotionally exhausted? Easily irritated? Completely unmotivated? Feeling empty? There are so many obstacles that can be on the track of life as we run the Christian race, things that can derail us and sometimes even knock us out of the race, things which injure us and can cause so much pain in our lives.

- God’s Love. 1 John Chapter 4 verse 7 to 21

Sermon Notes: God’s Love. 1 John Chapter 4 verse 7 to 21 There’s something inside everyone of us that longs to feel that we are truly valued, loved with affection, forgiven and accepted with all our obvious faults and failures. Deep inside every one of us there is a cry from the heart that we long to be loved! 1: The love God has for us is so incredible. Why would God love and care for us when at times we are so determined to have our own way?

- God Listens - 1 John 5:11-21

Sermon Notes; God Listens 1 John 5:11-21 When you know for sure that God listens to you and to your prayers, you can pray with so much more confidence and conviction, knowing He will answer you, 1 John 5:13-15. Did you know that God listens? It’s such an incredible truth if you really stop to think about what we’re saying. We are talking about a God who keeps galaxies in motion, who organizes and upholds our entire Universe.

- What is the Church?

Sermon Notes: What is the Church? When Paul wrote to the Colossian people, he was writing to people he had never meant before. News had come to him that this little congregation of people had been growing in their new-found faith, in their love and walk with the Risen Jesus. And what Paul does in his letter to them, is that he lays out for them the bases of what it is to live a Christian life, and to live it day after day.