There are no excuses – no excuses for being unprepared for Christ’s return. He will come. And He will return when we don’t expect Him. But He’s given us warning. We can be prepared. Are you prepared for Christ’s return? This week, we take a look at the excuses given by the foolish bridesmaids and […]

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Ever wonder when Jesus might return? We believe the Bible tells us that one day Jesus will return to the Earth. Do we know when? No! Many have tried to predict the return of Christ with no joy, we just do not know when it will be. So how does this affect us in our […]

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Luke 24:13-35 – The Road to Emmaus

The journey of two friends in Luke 24:13-35 starts with them walking away from Jerusalem dejected, downcast, and confused. The narrative ends with the friends running back to Jerusalem after nightfall (along a dangerous road) excited and desperate to reach their friends with incredible news. Listen to this bible talk to find out what happened […]

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Matthew 22:15-46 – Debating the King

Do you like good debate? It seems people against what you believe are happy to debate you, to try and catch you out. The same can be said for Jesus. He was constantly bombarded with questions from those trying to trip him up. Our passage in Matthew today has just this! Let’s see how Jesus’ […]

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Matthew 21:23-32 – The Opponents of the King

The authority of Jesus challenges the authority of self. In this passage, Jesus confronts Israel’s leaders in their hypocrisy and points out their failure to repent and believe. It leaves us with a challenge: will we accept the authority of Jesus and repent, or will we reject him and remain outside his kingdom?

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Matthew 20:29-34 – The Mercy of the King

Just as Jesus was on his way to Jerusalem, before His triumphant entry and then His crucifixion, two blind men stopped Him. They were interrupting Jesus at a critical point in His life on Earth. Everyone tried to shut the blind men up. But Jesus noticed. And He had compassion on them. How often to […]

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