by admin | 29 Mar 2020
It is said that, when he was tempted to despair, Martin Luther would often say to his friend and co-worker, Philip Melanchthon, “Come, let us sing the forty-sixth psalm and let the devil do his worst!” It is advice we would do well to heed during the trying time that we are facing.
Scripture References: Psalms 46:1-11
Sermons in this series are once-off sermons preached by various church members.
|God Sees the Unwanted (Genesis 16:7-14)||Doug Van Meter||27 Jan 2013||Listen|
|What Now? (James 2:1-26)||Doug Van Meter||3 Feb 2013||Listen|
|The Promises of God (Genesis 13:1-18)||Neil Cable||24 Feb 2013||Listen|
|Hope (Romans 8:18-30)||Doug Van Meter||17 Mar 2013||Listen|
|Hear and Receive (Matthew 13:1-23)||Varughese George||14 Apr 2013||Listen|
|Appreciating the Ascension (Acts 7:48-60)||Christo Beetge||9 May 2013||Listen|
|Are You Free? (John 8:30-36)||Barry Jamie||23 Jun 2013||Listen|
|A Will and the Way (John 7:1-18)||Neil Cable||30 Jun 2013||Listen|
|The Mercy of God (Psalm 130:1-8)||Newton Chilingulo||7 Jul 2013||Listen|
|The Lamp and the Light on the Way of Life (Proverbs 6:20-23)||Gary van den Heuvel||28 Jul 2013||Listen|