Naked and Ashamed—a Sermon Audio

On 1 December 2016 I preached the inaugural sermon at THE FELLOWSHIP, a new gathering meeting at Praise Academy, Nansana Uganda on Thursday evenings. I took the opportunity to teach from Genesis 3:1-10. There is no better place to start than Genesis chapter three because it’s important to get to the problem first before we can

Abiding in Myself

Let me confess at the outset that this is written for me. I wrote it down because I need it, it’s a sermon that I preached to myself and if it helps you, good! I want to communicate something really sensitive, something that would be classified as being ‘border-line’ in nature because some things are

Fruits of Faith as Gift.*

“But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ…”—Philippians 3:20 (ESV). With the believers in Christ, them who have their righteousness in Him, there should follow in this life on earth the fruits of upright living, in obedience to God. These fruits constitute the good works acceptable

The Faithless Jesus

“Father, if you are willing, remove this cup from me. Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done.”—Luke 22:42, (ESV) I don’t know about you, but I was lied to as I was growing up. I was told countless times by people who came before me, and I also later told others who came after

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One Story: Concerning Himself

One of the most rewarding marks of a Christian is to be able to read the Old Testament for all its worth. This series titled “One Story” is prepared for just that. As we go through a number of Old Testament passages, we will see one thing: That the bible does not tell so many stories, but

The Battle of the Heart

The gospel is good news to all who hear it. That is known. Its relieving to hear that your sins, for example, are forgiven and that God remembers them no more because of what Jesus has done. But therein lies the problem–the human heart finds it so hard to believe the gospel, in fact the hardest

The Broken Mirror

    We love mirrors. We really do, but not always. On my good day, when I look ‘stunning’, I want to stare into the mirror over and over again. I love what I am looking at. I guess that goes for you too. The mirror in a sense gives us hope—that we still got

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Faith, What is It?

  By Charles H Spurgeon What is this faith concerning which it is said, “By grace are ye saved, through faith?” There are many descriptions of faith; but almost all the definitions I have met with have made me understand it less than I did before I saw them. The Negro said, when he read

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