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Politics and gospel (Mark 12:13-17)Michael Bochenski5th March 20179,079 Kb
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Give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and give to God what is God's. Jesus' words lead us to reflect that God's kingdom is both spiritual and political. We need both to have the full gospel.
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Authority (Mark 11:20-33)Michael Bochenski26th February 201720,815 Kb
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To your own self be true; learn to accept some authority; but above all: what God says is far more important than what others say.
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Hosanna! (Mark 11:1-11)Michael Bochenski19th February 201721,873 Kb
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Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord. A reflection on Jesus' triumphal entry: salvation is for the whole of life.
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What must I do? (Mark 10:17-30)Peter den Haan5th February 201718,836 Kb
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\'What must I do to inherit eternal life?\' A very good question indeed. Jesus' answer is not easy, but one of love and grace even so. We are all like the rich young man.
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Admit your struggle (Mark 10:1-12)Michael Bochenski29th January 201718,358 Kb
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Admit your struggle, own up, tell the truth... and ask Jesus about it.
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A glimpse of glory (Mark 9:2-13)Peter den Haan15th January 201719,757 Kb
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The transfiguration of Jesus on the mountain is both awe-inspiring and mystifying. Peter has just confessed of Jesus as the Messiah. Moses and Elijah show up. Peter wants to build booths. The disciples have an odd question about Elijah afterwards. Exploring all these elements, we find there is both great glory and great comfort to be found in these verses.
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Who do you say I am? (Mark 8:27-33)Peter den Haan8th January 201719,055 Kb
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Jesus' question to Peter is one of the most important ones that can be asked, because our faith is not just in an abstract concept like salvation or atonement, not just in a good idea, but in a Person: the person of Jesus Christ.
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Give yourselves fully (1 Cor 15:58)Michael Bochenski1st January 201712,461 Kb
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Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labour in the Lord is not in vain. An exposition of 1 Corinthians 15:58, our motto verse for the coming year.
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A gift of HopeMick Daulman11th December 20165,657 Kb
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A toy service where everyone brought a gift of toys for children who would otherwise not get much. Mick reflected on how we receive Jesus as a gift of hope from God to us, born in a stable.
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Ephphatha! (Mark 7:31-37)Michael Bochenski4th December 201611,681 Kb
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At this baptism service, we reflect on the ministry of Jesus making the deaf hear and the mute speak, and reflect on our own spiritual deafness and muteness.
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Sin (Mark 7:1-23)Michael Bochenski27th November 201616,266 Kb
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Jesus said that what comes out of a person is what defiles them. Reflecting on this, we realise that we are all infected by sin. We are called to be ready to admit this and entrust ourselves to the mercy of our Saviour.
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Salome’s Dance (Mark 6: 14-29)Michael Bochenski13th November 201614,014 Kb
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A sermon for Remembrance Sunday 2016.
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Live! (Mark 5:21-43)Peter den Haan6th November 201619,630 Kb
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We reflect on faith on the basis of these intertwined healings. Jesus says insists that the bleeding woman emerge from the anonymity of the crowd, commends her faith, and sets her free. This might well be the first time in twelve years someone treated her as an individual to be cherished rather than an unclean problem to be avoided or solved.
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How to approach each day (Ps 118)Michael Bochenski21st August 201611,307 Kb
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How to approach each day, a reflection on Psalm 118.
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Words of the risen Lord (Jn 20:1-23)Michael Bochenski28th February 20169,106 Kb
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This sermon explores the first sayings of the risen Jesus as recorded in John 20:1-23.
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Why?Michael Bochenski30th August 201519,713 Kb
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In this sermon Michael preaches on one of the most poignant Psalms of the Bible. Psalm 22: My God, my God, why have you forsaken me... Why are you so far from saving me, so far from my cries of anguish... My God, I cry out by day, but you do not answer, by night, but I find no rest.
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