Revealed: The glory of Jesus

How do you see Jesus? Just a simple galilean leader with a group of followers or as GodMan – God in human flesh? Peter, James and John get a glimpse of the glory of Jesus as seen in heaven.
John 1:14 “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.”

Reading: Mark 9:1-13
Sermon Points:
A: Jesus glory revealed
B: Jesus glory revealed in his death
C: Jesus glory revealed from heaven

Series: Gospel of Mark

Preacher: Rev Calum MacMillan
Preached: Evening Service, 17 February 2013

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What will you do?

Jesus challenges the people to not treat him as a convenient source to meet their physically needs but to look further higher to their spiritual needs. To be fed spiritually. Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes in me will never be thirsty.”

Reading: John 6:25-71
Sermon Points:
A: What will we do? v28 (Jews to Jesus)
B: What will you do? v30 (Jews to Jesus)
C: What will you do? (Jesus to you)

Series: Book of Exodus

Preacher: Rev Iain MacAskill
Preached: Noon Service, 17 February 2013

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“Come die with me”

“Disciple” is used more in the New Testament than “Christian” Christians are called disciples and called to make disciples but what does discipleship look like? The next few chapters unpack this. Starting with denial of self.

Reading: Mark 8:31-38
Sermon Points:
A: Self denial of Jesus v31
B: Denial of Jesus v32-33
C: Self denial of disciples v34f

Series: Gospel of Mark

Preacher: Rev Calum MacMillan
Preached: Evening Service, 10 February 2013

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