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The Rev. Jonathan Pryke: “Do Not Be Faithless” (Malachi 2:10-16)

September 25, 2022

From the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is the next in a sermon series on the Book of Malachi. The YouTube notes say: “In this section of Malachi we see how the people that God was speaking to then were in a similar situation to our society now; it was a time of spiritual decline, neglect of God’s commands, and widespread family breakdown. A century ago there were a few hundred divorces each year in the UK. In 1961 there were 25,000. Now it’s over 100,000. This is bleak statistic shows the extent to which God’s people have broken faith with one another. But there is always hope.”

The Rev. Matt Elder: “How to Refocus on God” (Malachi 1:6-2:9)

September 18, 2022

From the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is the next in a sermon series on the Book of Malachi. The YouTube notes say: “These verses are like a pair of good glasses – they correct our skewed sense of reality, even if we don’t want to admit it. Our passage in Malachi is about the terrible treatment of God by a half-hearted people. And it’d be easy for us to think, “I’m not like this, I’m not that bad”. Matt Elder explains why that’s a mistake.”

The Rev. David Holloway: “God’s Love” (Malachi 1:1-5)

September 11, 2022

From the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is the first in a sermon series on the Book of Malachi. The YouTube notes say: “We’re starting a new series of Sunday morning sermons in the Old Testament book of Malachi! Malachi is a book that clearly points forward to Christ’s coming and has numerous lessons for the life of faith generally. David focuses today on the introduction to Malachi, and showing us what we learn about God’s love for His people.”

The Rt. Rev. Levi: “Goodness of God” (Psalm 66)

September 4, 2022

Continuing with the sermon series on the Psalms from Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is a message from a visiting speaker – Bishop Levi of Yei in South Sudan. He is preaching on Psalm 66 and the YouTube notes say “How do you respond to God’s goodness? Psalm 66 is a song of victory, and the author is calling on his readers to praise God and testify his goodness to the world. Visiting speaker Bishop Levi encourages us to share our personal stories of God’s goodness to those around us that we might encourage one another.”

The Rev. Chris Kho: “The God Who Saves Deserves All Praise” (Psalm 65)

August 28, 2022

Continuing with the series on the Psalms from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is a sermon on Psalm 65. The YouTube notes say: “Whichever season of life we’re in, we can always praise the God who saves. Chris Kho encourages us through this Psalm of praise by exploring God as our redeemer, creator and provider.”

The Rev. Jonathan Pryke: “How Fear Can Turn to Joy” (Psalm 64)

August 21, 2022

Continuing with the series on the Psalms from Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, this message is based on Psalm 64. The YouTube notes say: “However oppressed we feel under the heel of Satan’s attacks, we need not dread this enemy. Christ defeated him at the cross, and will crush him once and for all the moment he decides the time has come. Jonathan Pryke encourages us in our fight against Satan.”

The Rev. Andy Wilson: “Practicing the Dynamics of Spiritual Resilience” (Psalm 63)

August 14, 2022

Continuing with the summer series on the Psalms from Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom, here is a message based on Psalm 63. The YouTube notes say: “If you follow Jesus it’s a given that you will sooner or later encounter challenges beyond your own strength. So how can we develop the spiritual resilience to make it through such times? Andy Wilson shows us how Psalm 63 can provide some answers!”

The Rev. Alan Munden: “Expressions of Confidence” (Psalm 62)

August 7, 2022

This Sunday I wanted to mention a sermon from the good people of Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom; it is preached by the Rev. Alan Munden and is titled “Expressions of Confidence”. The YouTube notes say: “Looking carefully at Psalm 62, we see that it contains different expressions of confidence – namely in prayer, God’s love, in belief and in stillness. Join us as Alan kicks off our summer evening series in the Psalms!”

The Rev. David Holloway: “The Situation, The Solution and the Saviour” (Jude 20-25)

July 31, 2022

Here is the last in the sermon series on the Epistle of Jude from Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom. It is titled “The Situation, the Solution and the Saviour” and the YouTube notes say: “We’re wrapping up our series in Jude by looking at the final 5 verses! Jude issues a stark warning about ‘ungodly people’ at the beginning of his letter; but he also concludes by reminding faithful believers that Jesus had warned them about such people, and what they can do to help.”

The Rev. Jonathan Pryke: “How Not To Be Knocked Off Course” (Jude 17-19)

July 24, 2022

This Sunday I want to mention the next in the series on Jude from Jesmond Parish Church in the United Kingdom. It is titled “How Not To Be Knocked Off Course” and the sermon notes on YouTube say: “We live in confused, chaotic and worrying times – including in the life of the church in our nation. The teaching of the apostles not least on sexual ethics is being formally rejected by more and more denominations. The letter of Jude is just as relevant today as it was to the early church!” And this sermon is certainly relevant now.