Sermons by Dr. David Law

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Are You Feeling Uncomfortable?

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Luke 10:25–30, 36–37. What is the most uncomfortable question you’ve ever been asked? I doubt the expert in the law, a theologian, at the centre of this exchange with Jesus enjoyed being asked: ‘Which of the three was a neighbour to the man?’ It’s the theologian who starts the conversation by asking Jesus a question […]

Authority over everything.

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Mark 5 and 6. Chained – to be unchained by God. Challenged – to be transformed by God. Rescued – to be useful for God. Healed – to be restored to God. Ready – to be God’s voice in this world.

Set free to serve.

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Galatians 5. Set free in order to serve others – in the church and outside of the church. Love others as you would want to be loved.

Saved by grace.

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Galatians Chapter 1 We are saved by grace alone; freedom from being bound by laws/religiosity/ritual.  Introduction to series and ‘centred-set’ approach to church life.

Accept the Lord’s timing.

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Exodus 3:1 – 4:17; Jeremiah 29:10-13. When Moses responded to what he saw, he found himself in the presence of God, heard the voice of God, and experienced a new move of God in his life. God set not only the life Moses in a new direction, but also those who he would lead. Compassion, […]

Moulding culture.

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Matthew 5: 13-16. The call to the Old Testament people of God had always been that they were to be those who would represent God’s plan for the whole world. They would be different not for the sake of difference, but that they might reveal God’s plan for the whole world. It’s no surprise that […]

Connecting with God, Redeeming Son: Included and loved.

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John 4:1-42. The example John uses in this chapter shows us a Samaritan woman who was on the edges of society, pushed out, and vulnerable. That doesn’t matter to Jesus. He sees beyond all of that, to a lost soul who needed to know that she was loved. Without that happening, living the redeemed life […]