Monthly Archives: March 2011

He Hears Us [1 John 5:14-15]

It seems that the Lord is speaking to me a lot about prayer lately. Last Saturday we discussed prayer in our Men’s breakfast (see post Praying With Zeal).  A couple of Sundays ago we learned a lesson in prayer from … Continue reading

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The Cause of Repentance [Jonah Pt.7]

“…it pleased God through the foolishness of the message preached to save those who believe.” It does indeed seem foolish to many that men stand and proclaim Divine truth and expect a supernatural response. That a man would turn from … Continue reading

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Praying With Zeal

In the late 19th Century, Bishop J. C. Ryle said, “there is no duty in religion so neglected as private prayer.” If it was true in his day it has been amplified in ours. There are so many distractions and … Continue reading

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The Character of Repentance [Jonah Pt. 6]

Sometimes we need to grow up and move beyond our childhood Sunday School knowledge of the Scriptures. I was approached by one lady from the church after the service who was amazed at how good the messages from Jonah have … Continue reading

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Psalm 114; God’s Presence

This week at Garden City Church we had the wonderful opportunity to hear the preaching and singing of Tom Pryde and his ministry Sermons In Song. His blend of preaching and singing as he exhorts and encourages using God’s Word … Continue reading

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Salvation is of the Lord [Jonah, Pt.5]

In the end, when we have done all that we could (which is really probably less than we imagine) we must come to the same conclusion that Jonah did as he prayed from the belly of the fish, “Salvation is … Continue reading

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