Monthly Archives: October 2014

26.10.4 – This Makes The Impossible Possible – Peter Cheyne

We started looking at the Sermon on the Mount on 2 February this year and I said then, “The Sermon on the Mount, in Matthew 5-7, is perhaps the most profound example of Jesus’ teaching. My plan is that we … Continue reading

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19.10.14 – Verdict Or Sentence? – Peter Cheyne

This is a tricky passage. On the one hand, we can feel that we cannot make any comment about another person. On the other hand, Christians are perceived as being judgemental (and with some justification.) And how many times have … Continue reading

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12.10.14 – Focus On The Things Of God – Peter Cheyne

The “sermon” today consisted of a discussion about a parable and the passage from Matthew 6:25-34 A Parable A number of beggars were befriended by a very rich man who controlled the economy of the whole region. He brought them … Continue reading

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28.9.14 – Money And Eternity – Peter Cheyne

Read Matthew 6:19-24 One of the things Jesus talked about most often was money. There is a reason for that. Money is extraordinarily powerful and Jesus wants us to make good choices. Notice how each paragraph contrasts two things: two … Continue reading

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