Three Crosses

Usually, and rightly so, when we think of the events of Good Friday we focus on that middle cross – the cross where Jesus hung. But there were two other crosses at Calvary that day too, and there is indeed much for us to learn as we consider the story of those two other men... Continue Reading →

The Crimson Thread

When it comes to the teaching on the blood of Jesus, it’s easy to think of it solely in terms of the New Testament. Yet there is an unbroken crimson thread which permeates both the Old and New Testaments. From the time of Adam to the time of Christ, Scripture is full of numerous accounts about... Continue Reading →

The Last Sacrifice

This sermon expounds the powerful, life-changing teaching in Hebrews 9 and 10 and brings wonderful insight about the power of the blood of Jesus. Jesus was the fulfilment of all that the Old Testament pointed toward; He was not merely a sacrifice for our sins but the once and for all atoning sacrifice for our... Continue Reading →

The First Sacrifice

The first death in the Bible is the death of an animal killed by God to clothe naked sinners. Having lost their covering of God’s glory when they disobeyed God, Adam and Eve tried in vain to cover their nakedness by sewing fig leaves together. But nothing they did could ease their fear and shame;... Continue Reading →

The Blood of the Lamb

What nine plagues could not do, the blood did; indeed, the Israelites were finally set free from 430 years of captivity in Egypt because of the blood of lambs being applied to their homes that very first Passover. When John the Baptist declared Jesus the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world, he... Continue Reading →

Cheers, Jeers and Triumph

At Easter we celebrate the most momentous event in the history of the world. On Good Friday we remember the incredible sacrifice Jesus made for us, giving His life so that we might live. In this Good Friday message, we look at the events around the crucifixion through the words that were spoken - the... Continue Reading →

The Triumph of the Cross

On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross, The emblem of suffering and shame; And I love that old cross where the dearest and best For a world of lost sinners was slain. (First verse, ‘The Old Rugged Cross’) Christianity is a religion of the cross. The cross of Jesus Christ is what... Continue Reading →

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