Monthly Archives: May 2016

29.5.16 – Serving in The Power Of God – Peter Cheyne

When I was in my first church, in Kaikoura, at one point I asked people to write down their questions, put them in a box, and I would try to answer them in a series of sermons. I got a … Continue reading

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22.5.16 – How To Know You have Faith – Peter Cheyne

Read Genesis 22:1-19 Today we are going to play a game called “What’s The Point?” I am going to tell you a number of stories that have something in common. You have to figure out what that common theme is. … Continue reading

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15.5.16 – How Were Those 3000 Saved? – Peter Cheyne

There is a well-known question that goes like this: Imagine you were standing before God and He asked you, “Why should I let you into heaven?” what would you say? On the Day of Pentecost, 10 days after Jesus had … Continue reading

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8.5.16 – It’s Not The Size Of My Faith, But The Size Of My God – Peter Cheyne

In 1998 R. Kelly released the song I Believe I Can Fly. Can he? People, sometime under the influence of drugs, have killed themselves jumping from buildings and bridges, believing they could fly. Motivational speakers will tell people that they … Continue reading

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1.5.16 – Faith: Believing God For The Impossible – Peter Cheyne

According to our passage, Goliath was three metres tall. However, some ancient manuscripts say about 2 metres. Either way, Goliath was a formidable opponent (when the average height was about 1.6m. He was big and strong enough to wear armour … Continue reading

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