SERMON TOPIC: A God who hates sin
BY: Ulanda Seitz ON: 22 November 2019
Sermon synopsis: We have failed this generation by teaching them that God is only a God of love - and neglecting to them them that he also hates sin.
SERMON TOPIC: Walking in the Spirit vs walking in the Flesh
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 9 September 2019
Sermon synopsis: Amalek was a type of the flesh and that they were the first enemy that the Israelites encountered when they fled Egypt. The battle was not won in the valley but on the mountain as Aaron and Hur held.....
SERMON TOPIC: Sin and the Law
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 18 August 2019
Sermon synopsis: Our victory does not lie in trying to please God in the flesh, that is the essence of the Law and it falls into the category of Religion and not New Life, it is Reformation and not Regeneration, it.....
SERMON TOPIC: Sin and the sinner
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 28 July 2019
Sermon synopsis: We have all sinned: Romans 3:9- 18 & 23. We are not sinners because we sin, we sin because we are sinners.
God's solution for our sin problem was for Jesus to live a sinless life and to die so.....
SERMON TOPIC: Genesis - The effects of Adams disobedience
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 15 February 2019
Sermon synopsis: Man died spiritually.
Man faced physical death as he was banished from Eden. (God placed a guard at the garden of Eden.)
Adam’s sin affected the animal kingdom.
Adam’s sin affected the.....
SERMON TOPIC: Sin and Grace
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 15 January 2017
Sermon synopsis: We do not have to look far to find sin, it is within each and everyone of us.
“If only it were all so simple! If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it.....
SERMON TOPIC: Sin
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 8 November 2015
Sermon synopsis: The Biblical definition of sin is very different to the ideas that many have that confines sin to merely bad things that a person does, like lying stealing, sexual sin or murder.
The topic of sin.....
SERMON TOPIC: Blaming others
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 16 March 2014
Sermon synopsis: Accepting responsibility for your sin is vital.
Passing the buck is an expression said to have originated from poker. A marker or counter (e.g., a knife with a buckhorn handle during the American.....
SERMON TOPIC: The lost and the saved
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 16 September 2011
Sermon synopsis: The Biblical perspective of what it means to be lost and why we need to be saved.
Luke 15:7 I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than.....
SERMON TOPIC: Our humanity
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 6 June 2010
Sermon synopsis: Some people say “I’m only human” and use that as an excuse for weakness and failure.
Heb 2:6 But there is a place where someone has testified: “What is man that you are mindful of him,
SERMON TOPIC: Temptation
BY: Gavin Paynter ON: 17 January 2010
Sermon synopsis: What is the source and purpose of temptation?
Is temptation sin?
How should we respond to temptation? What is Satan’s strategy and what should our counter-strategy be?
What are strongholds and.....
SERMON TOPIC: Search me O God
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 22 September 2009
Sermon synopsis: Hidden sin is sin we are unaware of.
Secret sin is sin that we know about and have covered.
Psalm 139:23-24 “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if.....
SERMON TOPIC: Lead us not into temptation
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 10 March 2002
Sermon synopsis: Regarding authority what can we learn from David and how he handled Saul’s treatment of himself? What of Moses and the rebellion and Korah, Dathan and Abiram and also at one stage of Aaron and.....
SERMON TOPIC: Our weak spots - Part 2
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 19 October 1997
Sermon synopsis: Satan looks for our weak spots so that he can bring us down and destroy us.
(1) Lack of fellowship
(2) Lack of discipline with our tongues
(3) Lack of faith – fear
(4) Lack of.....
SERMON TOPIC: Sins Transgressions and Iniquity
BY: Ken Paynter ON: 26 January 1997
Sermon synopsis: Some focus only on God’s forgiveness at the expense of holiness.
When certain portions of truth are extracted at the expense of the whole truth, it leads us into error.
Jesus didn’t only die.....