Sermons (Page 2)

Sermons (Page 2)

Judas’ betrayal and Peter’s denial foretold by Jesus

Judas’s betrayal and Peter’s denial foretold by Jesus Today I’ll be talking about Judas and Peter, and how their stories differ from each other, why their stories differ, and what we can learn from that.  Let me pray and then I’ll read from John 13:21-38. There’s a beautiful part there in the middle about the new commandment, but I’m going to be focusing on the first bit and the last bit. So in this, Jesus predicts Judas’ betrayal and Peter’s…

Jesus predicts his own death

Jesus predicts his death Wikus John 12:20-36 It’s Tuesday of Holy Week, and this is my favourite day. I mean Friday and Sunday are obviously the best, but I love the Tuesday of Holy Week.  We’ve just had the triumphal entry, palm Sunday, and the people were cheering for Jesus, they were overjoyed that he was there, and then five days later, on Good Friday, they’re baying for his blood. They want him dead, they rather release Barabbas, a murderer,…

Jesus Anointed at Bethany

HOLY WEEK: 6th April 2020 John 12:1-11 Jesus Anointed at Bethany 12 Six days before the Passover, Jesus came to Bethany, where Lazarus lived, whom Jesus had raised from the dead. 2 Here a dinner was given in Jesus’ honor. Martha served, while Lazarus was among those reclining at the table with him. 3 Then Mary took about a pint[a] of pure nard, an expensive perfume; she poured it on Jesus’ feet and wiped his feet with her hair. And the house was filled with the fragrance of the perfume. 4 But…

Palm Sunday

PALM SUNDAY GEORGE METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY 5th APRIL 2020 With Peter Veysie Luke  19:28 -48 INTRODUCTION The feast of Palm Sunday is a recreation of the historical events immediately preceding Jesus’ death and resurrection. It’s a prelude to Holy Week and, in particular, the suffering of Good Friday. The Feast of Palms is a reminder of the victory to come in the resurrection, a victory achieved through the cross. 14th day of Nissan was the day that the lambs were…

Lost in the Garden

Lost in the Garden Genesis 3 With Peter Veysie Sunday 29th March 2020 How many of you have been lost in your lives? I am not talking about getting lost because you ignored Garmin or your family member who told you that you needed to turn when the little person in the machine told you to turn! But a real sense of being lost and not knowing where to go next. At this time in our lockdown world I am…

Creation Cries Out

Creation cries out. Genesis 1,John1 and 1 John 1 George Methodist Church first online service Sunday 22nd March 2020 With Peter Veysie Francis Chan and Multiply plus the link – www.multiplymovement.com God’s presence from the inception of Creation. God introduces himself through creation- Creatio ex nihilo. Karl Barth. It all starts with God alone.We have to begin with an an understanding that God is outside of time and therefore we cannot define time around a clock but in the space…

Multiply – Hearing the heartbeat of God

The Blessing of hearing the heartbeat of God in reading the bible logically. George Methodist Church Sunday 15th March 2020 8am and 10am Numbers 6:24 -25 I think that when we look at what is going on in the world right now, it is quite clear that people are being gripped by fear around this corona virus. It’s a sad thing really as we see that there are so many other things way worse that are killing people each day.…

Multiply – Why study the bible?

  2 Timothy 3 Why study the bible? Sunday 1st March 2020   TESTIMONIES : Breathe camp – Introduction    We live in very challenging times and in order to be good stewards of the scriptures and committed disciple makers, we need to be aware of why the study and not just the reading of the bible is critical? Paul describes his situation 2000 years ago, but not much has changed. Terrible times in the last days – people lovers…

Multiply – Beautiful bare feet for Jesus

Beautiful bare feet for Jesus  Romans 10:12 -15  Isaiah 52: 7,10 George Methodist Church With Peter Veysie Sunday 23rd February 2020 Introduction I have had quite an interesting week starting with a rescue on Sunday afternoon and obviously some real-life lessons that came from the experience mostly about being fishers of men quite literally and team work which is so critical to survival. We have an amazing NSRI and rescue team in the Garden route and a big shout out…