Jesus' kingdom is not from this world and therefore he rules over all things, including politics.
Jesus is the perfect Mediator, our faithful Prophet, true High Priest and powerful Shepherd King.
Jesus prays for the unity of his body, the church to be a visible gospel witness.
All those given by the Father to the Son in eternity past, joyfully receive the Word given to the Son to give to his apostles.
Jesus prays to His Father, that His Father would glorify Him that through His death, resurrection and exalted enthronement, He might manifest the glory of God His Father.
Because of Jesus death, resurrection and exaltation the Christian is assured that however hard or painful our suffering, an eternal morning of joy awaits.
Jesus leaves His disciples to be enthroned as the Lord over all who will pour out God's blessing upon the nations - the Holy Spirit who convicts and disciples.
An outline of plans to establish Christ Church Romford as a congregation of the International Presbyterian Church.
A psalm designed to test and search us. Will we shrink away from God or invite him in?
Jesus promises all those who abide in him will be hated by the world, as he is hated by the world, because the world does not know God.
Jesus is the true vine of God, whom we must abide in to be fruitful.
The Holy Spirit manifests Jesus' continuing presence with His people.
Jesus assures his disciples they must trust Him as he returns home to His Heavenly Father, via the cross and resurrection.
"he told them a parable to the effect that they ought always to pray and not lose heart." - Luke 18:1 Often we are tempted to give up praying because…
In a society increasingly referred to as "A World Without Forgiveness", what are we to do with our sin and guilt? In prayer, we can confess our sin to God,…
Prayer should rise out of praise of God for who he is and thanksgiving to God for being those things to us. In praising God we do no more than…
What should be the focus of our prayers? Why is the focus of our prayers, often so different to those we read in the Bible?
If our greatest need is to know the Living God, prayer is the response of faith to knowing Him who is Father, Son and Spirit.