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The praise of all creation - recorded on 27 August 2017
From the Hallelujah Chorus series (part 3 of 4), this sermon is 30 minutes long.
From Psalm 148.

Freedom From Guilt - recorded on 05 March 2017
From the Living in the light of Promises series (part 30 of 35), this sermon is 40 minutes long.
From Genesis 44:1-45:2.

When God works at His own pace - recorded on 19 February 2017
From the Living in the light of Promises series (part 28 of 35), this sermon is 32 minutes long.
From Genesis 40-41.

Paul Gives Testimony - recorded on 02 October 2016
From the To the Ends of the Earth series (part 1 of 42), this sermon is 31 minutes long.
From Acts 25-26.

What happens at the end of time - recorded on 21 August 2016
From the The King has Come! series (part 33 of 34), this sermon is 32 minutes long.
From Matthew 13:47-52.

The sign that Jesus gives - recorded on 24 July 2016
From the The King has Come! series (part 29 of 34), this sermon is 30 minutes long.
From Matthew 12:38-49.

What God really wants - recorded on 15 May 2016
From the I Will Live Among You series (part 5 of 10), this sermon is 29 minutes long.
From Zechariah 7.

A family dispute - recorded on 20 March 2016
From the Living in the light of Promises series (part 19 of 35), this sermon is 49 minutes long.
From Genesis 30:25-31:55.

The blessing - recorded on 21 February 2016
From the Living in the light of Promises series (part 16 of 35), this sermon is 42 minutes long.
From Genesis 26:34-28:9.

What Jesus thinks of a weak church - recorded on 25 October 2015
From the The church Jesus wants series (part 8 of 9), this sermon is 32 minutes long.
From Revelation 3:7-13.

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