Sermons from January 2022
Acts 3:1-10 As we begin another year of ministry as a church family, it is good to be reminded of the power and authority of Jesus’ name. It is by his strength and in his name that we serve each other and our world.
Colossians 1:1-14 Paul’s prayer for the Colossian church is one of overwhelming thankfulness. He prays for their faith to be growing, and that they would be joyfully thankful because of what God has done for them in Christ. We too can be thankful for these things, whatever our circumstances, and we would do well to emulate the rich prayers of Paul as we pray for each other.
2 Thessalonians 1:3-12 A prayer for perseverance and faith in the face of trials
Philippians 1:3-11 Praying for each other: 1. The tone of Paul’s prayer: Gratitude, joy and confidence (3-6)2. The heart of Paul’s prayer: Deep love for the Philippians (7-8)3. The content of Paul’s prayer: Love informed by knowledge (9), Blamelessness (10), A harvest of godly action (11)