Monthly Archives: July 2014

27.7.14 – My Word Is My Bond – Peter Cheyne

I remember reading an article once that said that society simply could not operate without lying. The way we live depends on lying. Society simply couldn’t function if we always told the truth. One blogger says that she simply cannot … Continue reading

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20.7.14 – Why Should We Read God’s Word? – John Park

Today is the Sunday of the Bible. So, I would like to talk about the Word of God. The term ‘the Word’ is translated from the Greek term ‘Logos.’ In the book of John, ‘Logos’ has a personality, existed from … Continue reading

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13.7.14 – God’s View Of Marriage – Peter Cheyne

This is a very difficult subject. For one thing it is controversial. For another, there can be a huge amount of emotion and pain bound up in it. There are few things more painful and more damaging than the break-up … Continue reading

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6.7.14 – Purity Starts With The Eyes – Peter Cheyne

Read Matthew 5:27-30 This week Rolf Harris has been convicted of sexual assault charges; a Malaysian diplomat has been accused of attacking a woman with intent to rape; it has emerged that an Australian naval officer in New Zealand was … Continue reading

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29.6.14 – Make Every Effort To… What? – Peter Cheyne

(N.B. this sermon was preached at First Church, Papakura, not at Mornington. It is a reworking of the sermons preached on 1 June.) Read 2 Peter 1:3-11. Twice in that passage, Peter says, “make every effort”. That should get our … Continue reading

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