Sunday AM . November 10, 2019

Only Christ Suffices

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday PM . August 4, 2019

Three Reactions To The Gospel

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday PM . April 7, 2019

Life So Full, Yet So Empty

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Why were the philosophers of Athens so eager to hear Paul? What were their beliefs? How did he go about showing their emptiness of thought and their need of Christ, and what were their various reactions? How closely their ideas of God reflect those of today!
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Sunday PM . May 27, 2018

The Duet of Salvation

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday PM . January 28, 2018

Refreshing Grace for the Soul

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday AM . September 17, 2017

Barnabas, the Son of Consolation

Sermon by Rev. John Thackway
Sunday PM . March 19, 2017

Why People Do or Don’t Believe

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
When the apostle Paul preached to the gathered leaders of many Jewish Synagogues in Rome, about half truly believed in Christ, but others did not. But why did half respond and others reject? The answers help us to examine our own response to Christ.
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Sunday AM . March 19, 2017

Paul’s Worldwide Pulpit

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Paul's journey to Rome, where he would gain the souls of many Jews as well as Gentiles in a 'protected' ministry in the capital of the world. Here are the wonders of God's ways and the apostle's example of determination, compassion and faithfulness.
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Sunday AM . March 12, 2017

Paul’s Triumph in Shipwreck

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Paul's fourth shipwreck is recounted, showing that believers will know trials. Paul is the principal person in this event, praying, trusting and encouraging, and God gives him all lives on board. Here are the spiritual lessons that stand out in this unique narrative.
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Sunday AM . February 19, 2017

The Christian’s Purpose

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Paul, after two years captivity in Caesarea is tried before a new governor of Judea, and offered a 'retrial' in Jerusalem. What will he decide? Here is how he discerned God's guidance. Here also is the relentless hostility of unbelief against him, and its equivalent today.
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Sunday AM . February 12, 2017

The Divine Confrontation

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Paul's trial in Caesarea shows the hostility of the human heart to the Gospel, the apostle's unchanging priority as he turns his defence into a witness, the impact of God's Word on Governor Felix, and his rejection of amazing mercy. Here are the lessons.
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Sunday AM . February 5, 2017

Paul’s Final Appeal to Jerusalem

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The dramatic record of how God brought the apostle through murderous mobs and organised assassination, to take him under Roman escort on the first step to the capital of the empire, where as 'ambassador in bonds', he would gather many souls.
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Sunday AM . January 29, 2017

“A remnant shall be saved”

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Accused by a vast Jewish crowd of being their enemy, Paul, flanked by Roman soldiers, tells of his conversion, and his call to preach to Gentiles. Here are the evangelistic lessons for us, and also the perilous position of the Jewish people and Temple.
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Sunday AM . January 22, 2017

God’s Amazing Overruling

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
At the end his third missionary journey Paul's long foretold 'captive ministry' is about to begin, his violent arrest serving to repair a serious defect in the vast Jerusalem church. Here is the problem, the shock, the Lord's overruling, and Paul's remarkable 'pulpit'.
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Sunday AM . January 15, 2017

The Church and the World

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
From Miletus to Jerusalem, believers knew Paul was heading into suffering, and tried to dissuade him. But emotions must yield to God's way, and the age-long hostility to Christ must be demonstrated. Here is the example of the apostle and the lessons for us.
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Sunday AM . January 1, 2017

“I Commend You To God”

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Paul's charge to the elders of Ephesus urged self-scrutiny, the care and protection of the flock, awareness of the spiritual warfare, emphasis on the Word, and obedience to Christ's command to find happiness as givers of Gospel grace and needed help.
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Sunday AM . December 18, 2016

Paul’s Life Displayed

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
This most moving (and challenging) farewell address of Paul, given to the Ephesian elders, shows the heart, manner and commitment of a true minister of the Gospel, indebted and loyal to his charge even in the knowledge of very great trials ahead.
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Sunday AM . December 11, 2016

Five Aspects of Apostolic Life

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
In his ministry, Paul had aims and objectives, seen here, never being in a rut. Much exhortation was given, reviewed here. He endured the rigours of life, and here is why, and saw God's power, as we should also in ways here stated
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Sunday AM . December 4, 2016

Gospel Opposition

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
From Ephesus the Gospel spread mightily by preaching. Without choirs, vocalists, bands, entertainment or over-the-top preachers, great numbers were saved. Here is the sad mindlessness of the opposition (like today), and views of the apostle Paul's courage and modesty, an example to be followed for instrumentality.
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Sunday AM . November 27, 2016

Signs of Christ’s Presence in the Church

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Genuine, living churches will manifest the effects of Christ at work shown in this passage – Christ becomes all to believers, the offence of the cross is known, godly fear is present (alongside joy), believers renounce worldliness, and the Word prevails. Lukewarm churches, show no signs.
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Sunday AM . November 20, 2016

Unfolding Providences

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
At Corinth great encouragements came repeatedly to Paul and his fellow missionaries, as they do to all faithful servants of God. First, we review his steadfastness, then see the provision of work, home, fellow-labourers, meeting-place, assurance, and (in Corinth) a special peace from violence.
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Sunday AM . November 13, 2016

The Penalties of Pride

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Athens, where pride in learning and culture disabled ability to grasp truth; where pride disdained a supreme God; where pride refused to repent; and where pride displayed its greatest obstinacy. Here grace was largely withheld, and the city of idols left in their 'power'.
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Sunday AM . November 6, 2016

Paul’s Use of Persuasion

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
There is a treasury of information about Paul's methods in Thessalonica, in both Acts and 1 Thessalonians. We note, for example, that Paul reasoned with the active minds of his hearers, which is rather different from plain exposition. Here is authentic apostolic evangelism.
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Sunday AM . October 30, 2016

Imitating Paul at Philippi

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
At Philippi on the second missionary journey Paul and Silas are falsely charged, flogged and flung bleeding into jail. But their deportment and witness manifests sincerity, steadfastness, and sympathy for individuals to a degree that commends them and challenges us as believers today.
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Sunday AM . October 23, 2016

The Surprising Journey

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The beginning of Paul's second missionary journey is full of unexpected events – a key helper appears, the Spirit blocks progress, redirection to Europe takes place, Luke amazingly coincides with the mission – all events reflecting the sovereign hand of God in the Christian life.
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Sunday AM . October 16, 2016

The Sole Source of Authority

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The independent Church of Antioch protests to Jerusalem about false teachers from there who have visited them. Wrongly called a 'Church Council', here are the facts of what took place and how apostles asserted divine revelation as the only source of doctrine and directions.
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Sunday AM . October 9, 2016

Conditions for Blessing

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
As the Gentile mission reaches Iconium and Lystra, great lessons emerge about times of soul winning and blessing, especially how persecution is provoked, the tenacity of God's people is increased, and any form of accommodation with the culture and religions of the world is shunned.
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Sunday AM . October 2, 2016

How Paul Preached Christ

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Here is the first sermon of the Gentile mission, and the first of Paul's to be reported in detail. Preached in a synagogue to Jews, and yet made understandable to Gentiles, we see the apostle's method, his emphasis on Christ, and his urgings and warnings.
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Sunday AM . September 25, 2016

Miraculous Assurances

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
At Antioch the Lord established an autonomous church, and here He begins the Gentile mission. Paul is soon endorsed by a God-given miraculous deed as His apostle. But young Mark fails to grasp the historic moment, and leaves. What about us?
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Sunday AM . September 18, 2016

Flesh Against Spirit

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Only inspired history could provide this view of the war between fallen human nature (driven by Satan), and the work of the Spirit. Here is Herod Agrippa's attempt to crush the church, and the power of prayer in keeping Gospel mercy flowing.
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Sunday AM . August 14, 2016

How to Think as Christians

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Steeped in mistaken Jewish culture, early converts shunned the Gentiles, but God amazingly transformed them to embrace Gentile salvation. The Word still trains believers to think, saving them from conforming to the unreasoned opinion-culture of social media, and rooting them in obedience to Christ.
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Sunday AM . July 24, 2016

The Great Event for Gentiles

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The 66 verses devoted to the visit of Peter to Centurion Cornelius tells us that God's orchestration of the start of Gentile evangelism with the sealing of the ceremonial law, was an epochal event. No wonder it required authenticating angels and visions.
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Sunday AM . July 17, 2016

The Gentile Door Inches Open

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Saul's 3 years in Damascus and 7-8 years in Tarsus - the long years of preparation and proving, and the reasons why. Then the significance of Peter's two great miracles as God prepared the way for the Gentile mission.
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Sunday AM . July 10, 2016

Preparing Paul the Apostle

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
How Saul the persecutor experiences conviction of sin, transformation, and the proving work of God to prepare for his magnificent work - the Gentile mission. Here also are the elements of church life to be honoured to secure the 'comfort of the Holy Ghost' and growth.
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Sunday AM . July 3, 2016

The First African Profession

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The risen Lord had sent the Gospel to the 'uttermost part of the earth' and now Philip is made the historic instrument who would begin that mission. The core of his witness was Calvary, and the result a full-hearted profession. Here are the lessons.
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Sunday AM . June 26, 2016

Simon of Samaria

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Luke's record of how intense persecution served to spread the Gospel extensively; how a city in superstitious subjection to sorcery was captivated by the Gospel, and how a double-minded 'convert' and prototype prosperity preacher was exposed by apostles. Encouragement and warnings for us.
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Sunday AM . June 19, 2016

Stephen’s Finest Hour

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Stephen proved to the Sanhedrin the disaster of Israel devoting herself to visible symbols while opposing real faith in Messiah. Here are the lessons for us. When they stoned him, he prayed for their salvation, a prayer notably answered in the conversion of Saul.
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Sunday AM . June 5, 2016

Faith in the Ultimate Promise

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Stephen, in showing the Sanhedrin the roots of their hostility to Christ, also traces the typical call of God out of the world, the obedience and trials of faith, and the supreme promise of eternal glory that keeps believers all for Christ.
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Sunday PM . May 29, 2016

The Rule for Church Expansion

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
In this record of extraordinary awakening among people in and around Jerusalem comes the implementation of Christ's first rule of church government, the two approved 'methods' of ministry, the inevitability of opposition and the necessity of preaching for conviction of sin.
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Sunday AM . May 22, 2016

Counted Worthy to Suffer

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The apostles face an enraged Sanhedrin, but stand firm. Council members want them dead, but the counsel of Gamaliel (though proud and foolish) came to their aid and they are flogged and released. Boldly they teach and evangelise everywhere. Here are the applications to us.
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Sunday AM . May 15, 2016

Impact of The Word

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Explaining first the sign miracles and their special purposes for the apostolic age. Secondly, the primacy of preaching for the conversion of the lost. Thirdly, the differences between the disciples and the chief priests and rulers, and their significance for us today.
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Sunday AM . May 8, 2016

The Struggle for Sincerity

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The judgement upon Ananias and Sapphira for their hypocrisy stunned the early church and the wider public. This exceptional event marked God's hatred of insincerity, to which believers are constantly pressed by Satan. Here are the lessons for promoting personal integrity and freedom from self.
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Sunday AM . May 1, 2016

The Power of Faithfulness

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
With the leading apostles arrested, the new church suffers an apparent major setback, but the superior power of God is honoured in prayer, not for relief, but for success of the word, and they are answered in transformed hearts. Here are the lessons.
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Sunday AM . April 17, 2016

The Gospel Proved

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
In his second temple sermon, Peter proves from prophecy that Jesus is Christ. When arrested, he trusts God in answering the Sanhedrin, receiving a marvellous measure of vindication. The pattern for this being - prove the Gospel, trust the power of God, see vindication in witness.
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Sunday AM . April 10, 2016

The Living Christ

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The healing of the disabled man in the temple before the evening sacrifice led to Peter's second recorded sermon - an inspired 'masterclass' in convicting contrasts, resulting in thousands of conversions, and yielding lessons on Christ's presence in the lives of His people today.
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Sunday AM . April 3, 2016

Fruits of Pentecost

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The characteristics of people converted through the first sermon of the young church. These serve today as the signs of spiritual life to comfort and encourage (or to challenge) all who hear the call of Christ. Also, the community of goods applied today.
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Sunday AM . March 20, 2016

The Astounding Sermon

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The first sermon of the Christian church (and of Peter) is amazing in structure and clarity, never swerving from lifting up Christ and pressing the necessity of repentance and faith. It also reflects the powerful work of Christ in preparing the apostle for such a task.
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Sunday PM . March 13, 2016

The Purpose of Pentecost

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
How could the apostles survive the inevitable hostility of Jews and Gentiles after the Lord's ascension? The miracle of Pentecost was powerfully reassuring, but it also conveyed to them vital principles for the church age. These are here reviewed, along with the power given.
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Sunday AM . March 6, 2016

God’s Sanctifying Work Within

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
In the interval between the resurrection and Pentecost, remarkable advances were accomplished in the apostles. Here we see their inner lives, grasp of the Word, high view of service and total submission to God's authority, and our own inner development is challenged.
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Sunday AM . February 28, 2016

A New Era Of Power

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Luke's magnificent inspired record of the first decade of the church provides far more than history. Here are doctrines, duties, patterns for church life, methods and priorities, joined with examples of faith and patience in both blessing and persecution. This is authentic Christian living.
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Sunday PM . February 7, 2016

Knowing the Living God

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The name of Damaris has been preserved for centuries in every language through the Bible, yet nothing is known of this obscure lady except Paul's sermon that brought her to believe. Here is how she became known to God, and how we may be also.
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Sunday PM . December 27, 2015

God’s Divine Surgery

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday AM . August 23, 2015

Commended to the Grace of God

Sermon by Pastor Roland Burrows
Sunday PM . July 12, 2015

The Cry of a Lost Soul

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday PM . June 28, 2015

An Exclusive Name For Salvation

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sunday PM . March 22, 2015

God’s Overwhelming Power

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Conversion occurs when God's call suddenly cuts and pierces the heart as never before. It so often comes when a preacher, without histrionics, presents the needs of the soul. Here is the first sermon of the Christian church, that had this effect on thousands.
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Sunday PM . February 8, 2015

Earthquake of the Soul

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The preaching of Paul in Philippi led to his jailing and to the conversion of the hostile jailer, providing a model of how God turns people from spiritual lifelessness and even antagonism to himself, bringing them to a burning awareness of their need of His pardon and power.
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Sunday AM . September 21, 2014

Seeing and Hearing Christ

Sermon by Rev. John Thackway
Sermon by Rev John Thackway
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Sunday PM . August 31, 2014

The Greatest Journey in Life

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
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Sunday PM . July 20, 2014

Almost a Christian

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
King Agrippa said, in effect, to Paul, 'You will make me a Christian any moment now'. Here are the differences between knowledge of the Faith, and real experience of God's saving power; also, why we may pull back from yielding to God, and how to resolve this.
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Wednesday PM . May 7, 2014

Christ’s Ascension

Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
Sermon by Pastor Ibrahim Ag Mohamed
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Wednesday PM . August 7, 2013

The Spiritual Pilgrimage of John Mark

Sermon by Pastor Bruce Massop
Sermon by Pastor Bruce Massop
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Sunday PM . February 3, 2013

Only God Can Change People

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Moses tried in vain to liberate Israel from slavery at 40 years of age. Then at 80 he succeeded, by divine intervention. He applied the lesson to any person seeking a new life from God. Here are remarkable parallels which show us the way.
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Sunday PM . July 8, 2012

Filling an Empty Life

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The dramatic narrative of Paul preaching to deeply cynical philosophers at Athens reveals the collision between opposing views of life - atheistic or Christian. What is the aim and purpose of life? What makes sense? May God be found and known? Here are the timeless answers of God's Book.
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Wednesday PM . September 28, 2011

The Apostle Peter-Coping with Extreme Pressure

Sermon by Pastor Roland Burrows
Sermon by Pastor Roland Burrows
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Sunday PM . September 25, 2011

The Conversion of Saul of Tarsus

Sermon by Rev. John Thackway
Sermon by Rev John Thackway
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Sunday AM . August 7, 2011

Humility Essential for Blessing

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
Paul's humility not merely partial, but extending to intellect, judgement, spiritual power, preaching and personal requirements. Here are the major forms of pride for us to avoid. How is humility (a conversion gift) lost? Here are helpful answers along with the marks and virtues of humility, and its rewards.
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Sunday PM . July 24, 2011

Our World Turned Upside Down

Sermon by Pastor Christopher Buss
Sermon by Pastor Christopher Buss
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Sunday PM . October 24, 2010

A Model Conversion

Sermon by Dr Peter Masters
The conversion of Saul the persecutor is told in great detail in the Bible, because the essential events are reflected in all conversions to God. This message sympathetically describes them to help present-day seekers to find God's unmistakable blessing in their lives.
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