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The Rt. Rev. Jonathan Pryke: “The Word of God” (2 Timothy 3:10-17)

January 29, 2023

The next sermon in this series on 2 Timothy from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom is preached by the Rt. Rev. Jonathan Pryke. The YouTube notes say: “Why believe that the Bible is the Word of God? Why change your life on what a book says? Jonathan Pryke shows us three reasons why we can both trust the Bible, and live by it.”

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The Rev. Pete Alston: “It’s Okay To Lose Because Jesus Will Win” (2 Timothy 3:1-9)

January 22, 2023

The next sermon in this series on 2 Timothy from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom is preached by the Rev. Pete Alston. The YouTube notes say: “The Bible warns us in 2 Timothy 3:1 ‘that in the last days there will come times of difficulty.’ And because we’re in the ‘last days’ now, we can see difficult things taking place around us all the time, can’t we? So what encouragement are we to take from a passage like this? Join us as Pete shows us that despite the difficulty of living as a Christian now, there is immense joy to be had in a life with Jesus.”

The Rev. Ian Garrett: “What Bible Teaching and Teachers Should Be” (2 Timothy 2:14-26)

January 15, 2023

Next in the series of messages on 2 Timothy from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church, we have this message on “What Bible Teaching and Teachers Should Be.” The YouTube notes say: “Three years back, 2,000 Church of England ministers were surveyed about their beliefs – one in three said they either doubted or denied Jesus’ bodily resurrection from the dead. So what are they teaching their churches this morning? Our study into 2 Timothy has so far been about the pressure from OUTside the church, but today we switch to looking at the pressure from INside the church – from unbelieving teachers.”

The Rev. Ramzi Adcock: “World Mission Sunday” (2 Timothy 2:8-13)

January 8, 2023

From the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is another message in a series on 2 Timothy. The YouTube notes on this sermon say “Have you ever stopped to think that perhaps the greatest challenge to living a God-honouring life may be your love of comfort? Is a love of comfort, and a fear of risk keeping us – keeping you – from stepping out in faith-filled adventures in service of our great God and King?”

The Rev. Matt Elder: “Pass the Gospel On” (2 Timothy 2:1-7)

January 1, 2023

From the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is another sermon in their series on 2 Timothy. This one is titled “Pass the Gospel On” and the YouTube notes say: “Across the world, in places like India and Nigeria, violent persecution of Christians is on the rise (www.barnabasfund.org/gb/news). The Church in the West often experiences a very different kind of persecution, but both can seem terrifying to us. It’s all too easy to be afraid and retreat from publicly living out our faith in Jesus, but as we’ll see in this passage, Paul encourages Timothy (and us) to accept the cost of gospel ministry and keep passing the good news of Jesus on.”

The Rev. Ian Garrett: “Do Not Be Ashamed” (2 Timothy 1:1-18)

December 25, 2022

This is the beginning of another sermon series from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, and it is titled “Do Not Be Ashamed”. It is based on 2 Timothy 1:1-18 and the YouTube notes say “It can be so easy to avoid talking about Jesus as we go about our lives, can’t it? If you are already a Christian, it won’t be difficult for you to think back to the last time you were ashamed – or at least were tempted to be. Today’s Bible passage is here to help us overcome that temptation.” (PS: Merry Christmas to one and all!)

The Rev. Ian Garrett: “Where Do You Stand With Jesus?” (Matthew 11:25-30)

December 18, 2022

This Sunday we are looking at another sermon on the Gospel of Matthew from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church. This message is titled “Where Do You Stand With Jesus?”; the YouTube notes say: Are you burdened by religion, trying to be moral, or trying to find ways of being able to say ‘I’m okay’? Ian Garrett explores the invitation Jesus extends to us: to come to him and find rest both for now and for eternity.

The Rev. Ramzi Adcock: “Does Jesus Divide Families?” (Matthew 10:34-39)

December 11, 2022

This Sunday we are looking at another sermon on the Gospel of Matthew from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church. This message is titled “Does Jesus Divide Families?” and was preached by the Rev. Ramzi Adcock.

The Rev. Matt Elder: “Don’t Be Afraid!” (Matthew 10:26-33)

December 4, 2022

For this Sunday, we have another sermon based on the Gospel of Matthew. The YouTube notes say: “The past few Sunday evenings we’ve been talking about the difficulties of telling people about Jesus. Tonight, Matt shows us why we can take heart – because nothing can take us away from him.”

The Rev. Ian Garrett: “What Does Following Jesus Cost?” (Matthew 10:16-25)

November 27, 2022

For this Sunday, we have another sermon based on the Gospel of Matthew. The YouTube notes say: “If you’re someone trusting and following Jesus, how do you expect people around you to react to your faith? Our answers will probably depend on our experiences! Jesus says people will respond both positively and negatively – and that’s what can make following Jesus really tough.”