Sermons by David Grainger

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John 6:51 – 58

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Rev David Grainger spoke on John 6:51 – 58 where Jesus instructs us with the Holy communion and tells the disciples to eat his flesh and drink his blood, which still do today. You can listen to David’s sermon by tapping the link below:

John 6:1-15 Jesus feeds the five thousand

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Revd David Grainger spoke on John 6:1-15 were Jesus feeds the five thousand. Part of the sermon revealed that people may not have listened to Jesus and his teachings but were wanting to observe him and the miracles he did. You can listen to the sermon by taping the link below:  

Mark 10: 17 – 23 – The Rich Young Man

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David’s sermon was on Mark 10: 17 – 23. He explained that this young rich man had a powerful position and came running to Jesus and falling on his knees.  He mentioned Paul 2nd letter to the Corinthians chapter 8 verse 9, ‘For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he […]

Trinity Sunday – Matthew 28:20, 2 Corinthians 13:14

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‘In the name of God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.’ These are words we hear at the close of most of our worship services. We hear them at key moments in our lives, at celebrations of birth, baptism, marriage and at the committal used at funeral services. And as we use these words, we […]

Reflections Psalm 40:1 – 3 & Colossians 3: 1- 8

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During our evening service David used flections on Psalm 40: 1 – 3 speaking about a dramatic change in some ones life, He spoke on testimonies about peoples great change in their life’s and others noticing them. In Colossians 3:1 – 8 Paul writes about the Holy living to put aside your earthly nature.   […]

The Apostel Stephen

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Stephen, the first Christian martyr – Acts 6:8 – 15, 7:54 – 60 What kind of pen-portrait of Stephen do we get from Acts 6 and 7? The death of Stephen unleashed violent opposition to the Gospel. But how did God use his example and testimony to promote the church’s on going mission and ministry […]

Nationalism

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As we near Brexit nationalistic and patriotic passions abound in the world, sometimes whipped up by populist political leaders. How should we respond as Christians? Einstein called nationalism “an infantile disease. The measles of mankind.” C. S. Lewis wrote: that “love of country becomes a demon when it becomes a god.” What would Jesus do? […]