Rev Sam Bostock thinks about Jesus use of parables and of the division between those who believed and those who didnt. Isaiah 28 vs 1 - 15; Matthew 13 vs 1 - 23
Rev Sam Bostock speaks about Gods promise to Abram. Genesis 15 vs 1 -21.
Rev Sam Bostock thinks about Abrams encounter with the king of Sodom and the king of Salem and the choice he has to make. Genesis 14 and Hebrews 6 v 19 - 7 v 10.
Tonight, Rev Sam Bostock considers Jesus rejection by the religious leaders. Isaiah 49 vs 14 - 26; Matthew 12 vs 22 -50
Rev Sam Bostock draws further lessons from Abrams life; Genesis 12 v 10 - 13 v 18. Including guest speaker, Clare Goudy Henderson MBE from the Helping Hand Healing Hearts Charity.
Rev Sam Bostock continues his study in Matthew, and tonight thinks about the meaning of the Sabbath. Isaiah 42 vs 1 - 9; Matthew 12 vs 1 - 21.
Rev Sam Bostock begins a new series and today in part 1, thinks about the beginning of the church of Christ. Genesis 11 v10 - 12 v 9; Galatians 3 v 1 - 9
Rev Sam Bostock considers the blessing and rejection of Jesus . Matthew 11 & Isaiah 35
Rev Hiram Higgins challenges us this evening. Is Jesus Lord of all in our lives? Micah 7 vs 1 - 7; Matthew 10.
Rev Sam Bostock wraps up the series in Thessalonians by looking at congregational life that brings glory to God. 1 Thessalonians 5 vs 12 - 28
Rev Sam Bostock asks, do we have hope in this life or hope in Christ? Matthew 24 vs 3 - 14, 29 - 44; 1 Thessalonians 4 v 13 - 5 v 11
Rev Sam Bostock examines the eschatological timeline of events at Christs return. Isaiah 61; Matthew 9
Rev Hiram Higgins examines a well-known Bible passage. Matthew 8 vs 5 - 13
Michael Waddell, from Belfast City Mission, considers four key points from John 3 vs 22 - 36, also Isaiah 53 vs 4 - 7
Mr Paul McCaw from Belfast City Mission speaks about the people who missed a great opportunity and the decision we all need to make. Luke 14 vs 15 - 24
Rev Roy Beggs thinks about the choice that everyone has to make. Matthew 7; Proverbs 14 vs 1 - 14
Rev Sam Bostock thinks about the kind of life believers should live. 1 Thessalonians 4 vs 1 - 12
Rev Sam Bostock studies the benefits of a holy life. 1 Thessalonians 4 v 5
Rev Sam Bostock considers the one thing Paul asks for. 1 Thessalonians 3 vs 11 - 13
Rev Sam Bostock thinks about Pauls reassurance to the suffering Thessalonians and encouragement to todays reader facing tough times. 1 Thessalonians 2 v 17 - 3 v 13.
Rev Sam Bostock thinks about the Thessalonians God centered faith. 1 Thessalonians 1 vs 1 - 10.
Rev Sam Bostock examines Pauls three key points in todays passage. 1 Thessalonians 2 vs 1 - 16
Rev Sam Bostock answers the question, what does faith do? 1 Thessalonians 2 v 13
Rev Sam Bostock considers the three virtues. 1 Thessalonians 1 v 3.
Rev Sam Bostock speaks about thriving for Christ in a hostile world. 1 Thessalonians 2 v 17 - 3 v 10; Acts 15 v35 - 16 v 12; 17 vs 1 - 15.
Rev Sam Bostock thinks about what it means to hallow Gods name and the lesson to be learned from Mosess faithless actions. Numbers 20 vs 1 - 13; 1 Corinthians 10 vs 1 - 13.
This evening, Rev John Torrens thinks about all we need. Matthew 2 vs 19 - 23
Rev Roy Mackay examines four individuals stories of their encounters with Jesus and asks, if God is for us who can be against us? Mark 7
Rev John Torrens continues his study in Matthew 2 vs 16 -18. In a world that attempts to systematically remove all references of Christ, we are reminded that Jesus will ultimately triumph over the darkness.
Are we masters of our own destiny? Rev Roy Mackay answers through the lens of Job 14.