On Easter Sunday Pastor Peter Linnecar talks from 1 Corinthians 12:12-19 to help explain why it is so important to us that Jesus not only died on the cross but also rose back to life. If Jesus did not rise from the dead in bodily form then are we not just following a dead man?
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Carolyn Linnecar takes a fresh look at the story of Blind Bartimaeus from Mark 10 and shows us just how much we have to learn from a blind beggar; the only one in the story who could really see.
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Peter Linnecar provides context to Jesus’ cry in John 7 v 37 “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink.” Placing this statement in context helps us to understand the impact of what Jesus is really saying here. Catch up on the sermon below if you missed it.
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Inspiration 2014 was held at Trinity Church Brentwood with Dr Ps Philip Lyn speaking on the The “Suddenly!” Parables. Philip shared on how to live today for Christ’s second coming, based on an exposition/exhortation of Matthew 24 and 25. He finished the event with a challenge to no longer say ‘But suppose…?’ and instead say ‘But God’.
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Pastor Peter Linnecar starts a mini series on the Holiness of God beginning with the seeming contradiction in Colossians 3. It says your life is now hidden with Christ but also that we are to put to death whatever belongs to our human nature. Surely if we are in Christ, we are made perfect in him and so what is there to put to death?
Roy Hossack continues his series looking into the Old Testament. In this session he leads us through some of the prophecies of Christ in the Old Testament.
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Roy Hossack continues to look at how the Old Testament points forward to Jesus Christ and reveals the foretold purpose for which he came.
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