It is finished!

Rosskeen Free Church Sermons

Reading: John 19:28-37

Key verse: John 19:30b – “Jesus said, it is finished”

Jesus came to the world to become sin for us, so that we may have forgiveness and eternal life. As Jesus was nailed on the cross, He experienced the anger, wrath and judgement of God the Father, and as He cried out to God, there was no answer. He went through the agony and suffering so that scripture would be fulfilled, and He was able to say “it is finished”. He died and suffering for us. Have you trusted in Him? Trust and obey!

Sermon Points:

A. The Coming of Christ

B. The Cross of Christ

C. The Completion of the work of Christ

 

Series: August Communion 2014

Preacher: Rev Iain MacAskill

Preached: Sunday 17th August, Noon

 

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I am the Good Shepherd

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Reading: John 10:1-21

Key Verse: John 10:11 11 ‘I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.’

We know that sheep can’t cope on their own; they always end up in difficulties and problems, they need fed cared for. The shepherd cares for the sheep, and they know him and he knows him. The bible says that we are sheep, and Jesus calls himself the Good Shepherd. He knows all about us, leads us and guides and protects us. Quite often sheep stray and wander away, and need to be rescued by the shepherd. Are you trusting in the Good Shepherd? Are you listening to his voice?

Sermons Points:
A: The Shepherds Relationship to his Sheep
B: The Shepherds Provision for his Sheep
C: The Shepherds Heart for his Sheep

Series: Communions 2014

Preacher: Rev Lachie Macdonald, South Uist and Benbecula Free Church
Preached: Friday Evening Communion Service, 20th June 2014

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Saturday morning Prayer Meeting

Following the sad circumstances yesterday evening, we have decided to have a special Prayer meeting tomorrow (Saturday 1st February) at 10am in the Capstone.
It’s an opportunity for us to come together and remember the life of Kevin MacIver and to pray for his family at this great time of sadness, to show support to each other and also to the family.
The Capstone Open Day which was planned for tomorrow has been cancelled as a mark of respect.