Sermons at St. Andrew's Scots Kirk

St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 14th July 2019

Everywhere you go there are strange variations of Christianity… When I went to the North of Scotland I learned that it was scandalous for us to cook on a Sunday – & even worse to wash clothes. There was a Christian fellowship in town who had just allowed their members to have a television –

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 7th July 2019

Galatians 6:1-16 6:1 My friends, if anyone is detected in a transgression, you who have received the Spirit should restore such a one in a spirit of gentleness. Take care that you yourselves are not tempted. 6:2 Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ. 6:3 For if

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 30th June 2019

Call to worship Come! Rejoice! For we are in the presence of the Holy One. Be glad and find comfort in the Eternal One. With open minds and hearts celebrate this day of Life. * * * * * Opening Prayer Your way, O God, is holy. What god is so great as You? You

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk - FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT

Fruit of the Spirit

Evidence that God is at work in your life. * * * * * God the Father wants to transmit and impart 9 specific elements of the fruit of the Holy Spirit up into our personalities. God wants all of us to enter into a true sanctification process with Him so that He can begin

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 2nd June 2019

The Ascension of Jesus into heaven bring the incarnation to its logical conclusion – and tells us that God’s identification with the human condition is eternal, not temporary. Jesus prayer to be glorified glorifies all humanity with him, for we are created in the image and likeness of God – and called to live in

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 26th May 2019

Not the direction you expected, not the place you planned on, not the person you were looking for, not the house you expected to stay. That was Paul’s experience. And from it, great things happened for the early church. May we all be open to the ways in which the unexpected, or the unscheduled, or

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 19th May 2019

The message of Jesus changed from reforming the tribal faith of the Jews to a global revolution when Peter had a vision. It’s easier to belong to a tribe – or a social class, or a congregation, or a nation – than to see God in all peoples and place. But only such a vision

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 12th May 2019

Psalm 23, Revelations 7:9-17, Acts 9:36-43 Comfort, Caring, Confidence It’s easy to feel helpless – or hopeless – these days. What can one person do, what can one congregation accomplish? But perhaps those are the wrong questions. Instead, we are asked simply to do what we can do, and to be confident that that good

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St. Andrew's Scots Kirk Church Praying

Sermon: 28th April 2019

There is nothing new under the sun, we read in Ecclesiastes, and the church continually faces the same challenges it did at the beginning – living out God’s call in a world hostile to its own Creator. So again today we are called to do that, and we do it by living the way Jesus

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