Pastor Jeremy Ross defines an ‘image’ as being a second-best alternative to God that is based on our ‘Imagination’. He reminds us that true worship can only come from a grateful heart and that the Ten Commandments are based on a reminder of what God has blessed His people with.
Isaiah prophecies that restoration will come and encourages the people to trust in God despite the threats of the Assyrian Army. John Sutherland speaks about trusting God in the face of what seems like overwhelming odds.
The description of the unity and the community of the New Testament church is a huge challenge for us today. Pastor Jeremy Ross asks ‘How do we measure up?’
The Apostle Peter addresses the crowd with new-found boldness and proclaims Jesus as the Son of God and that the promised Holy Spirit has come.
Should we be ‘pentecostal’? Jeremy Ross argues that the effects of Pentecost have to be ongoing or there will be no salvation. What happened at Pentecost? What did it mean and what does it mean for us today?
After Jesus’ resurrection, the disciples are quickly diverted from ‘looking upwards’ to the work of spreading the gospel.