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  • King Before a Cross (Part 11) - A Better...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on February 16, 2015 at 12:44 PM
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    This passage represents something of the culmination of the Mark's message: Jesus' way is a better way. This is part eleven of our journey through Mark's Gospel, and was preached on November 9th, 2014 based on Mark 7:1-37

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    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on February 16, 2015 at 12:38 PM
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    This was the tenth part of our journey through Mark, and was preached on November 2, based on Mark 6:

  • King Before a Cross (Part 9)
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on February 16, 2015 at 12:34 PM
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    Being the church is kind of a tricky thing. We're a bunch of individuals, pursuing God as individuals, but we still need this faith family that we call a church. Mark 6 tells a story of need - our need for God, our need for each other, and God's need for a church that works this way. This is part nine of our series going through the Gospel of Mark, and was preached at Trinity on 26 October, 2014 based on Mark 6:1-13

  • King Before a Cross (Part 8 ) - Jesus in...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on February 14, 2015 at 2:37 PM
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    People approached Jesus all the time. Constantly surrounded by crowds, people were always looking to him for something. But how Jesus responds to those people in those moments tells us something, not only about him, but also about God. By valuing those who were on the outs of society, Jesus implicitly gives worth to each one of us. It was our pleasure today to have Beth Miller preach, as she relates some of her own story and how God has used it to not only bless her, but as as well. This is part eight of our journey through the Gospel of Mark, and was preached at Trinity, Grenfell

  • King Before a Cross (Part 7) - A Grace O...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on February 14, 2015 at 2:29 PM
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  • King Before a Cross (Part 5) - In and Ou...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 16, 2014 at 4:33 PM
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    Who's in, and who's out? Jesus gets asked tricky questions all through the Gospels. There were always people trying to discredit him. So, perhaps one of the greatest questions that Christians need to be prepared to answer is - what happens when I'm faced with an impossible question? How can I respond? This week, Jared breaks down one such encounter and gives us five questions to ask when we find ourselves in this kind of impossible situation. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 21 September Based on Mark 3:1-35

  • King Before a Cross (Part 4) - Great Exp...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 16, 2014 at 4:24 PM
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    It helps to know the expectations that go unspoken when you go somewhere new. We all have expectations; on our relationships, on our work, on our life - and when expectations are unmet, they tend to fall into two categories: either we get burnt by our expectations or we get frozen out by them. But what are our expectations of God, and what are his expectations of us? Because it is so important to get this right, Mark gives us three stories that deal with the nature of expectations in our life. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 15 September Based on Mark 2:13-27

  • King Before a Cross (Part 3) - Easier Sa...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on October 16, 2014 at 4:10 PM
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    One of the most amazing things about Scripture is where you find yourself. Like Luke Skywalker in the cave on Dagobah, sometimes the truth that confronts us is our own identity. And one of the most powerful stories that gets this message across is Mark's account of the paralytic brought to Jesus by his friends. It endures because we are everyone in the story - the paralyzed man brought to Jesus, the friends demonstrating their faith by digging through the roof, and the people crowded around, marvelling at the great things that God has done. Wherever we find ourselves, we find ourselves in the story of God. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on September Based on Mark 2:1-12

  • King Before a Cross (Part 2) - Change of...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on September 8, 2014 at 11:33 AM
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    The world is filled with people recreating Jesus in their image. We're white, so Jesus is white. Or Black, Chinese or Hungarian. You may well say that our world is, even today, obsessed with Jesus. But when we make Jesus in our image is it the authentic Jesus, or something more like us than we might like to admit. There is something that draws us to Jesus, but it's not because he fits into our worldview ... it's because he transcends it. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 31 August, 2014. Based on Mark 1:16-28

  • King Before a Cross (Part 1) - A Good Bl...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on September 8, 2014 at 11:28 AM
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    No one wants to pick up a cookbook when they're looking for a murder mystery or a romance comedy when they want an action thriller. Whether it's a book or a movie, we trust the blurb on the back to tell us what we're in for. Mark didn't have a back to write on, but he wanted to make sure that anyone who opened up his book knew exactly what it was that they were about to get. "The beginning of the Good News of Jesus Christ, the son of God." Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 24 August, 2014. Based on Mark 1:1-15

  • Sovereign (Part 4) - Sovereign over the ...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on September 8, 2014 at 11:16 AM
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    Sometimes when we read the Bible, we hear things that aren't there. This week, in the conclusion to our series exploring the sovereignty of God, Jared speaks a little bit about how to read difficult passages and where the church finds itself when it lives under the authority and sovereignty of God. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 17 August, 2014 Based on Romans 9:19-33

  • Sovereign (Part 3) - Sovereign Over Grac...
    by Trinity Presbyterian Church on August 17, 2014 at 9:36 PM
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    You learn a lot from interacting with other people. That's the whole reason teachers use personal anecdotes: because if you can find a way that a lesson has impacted someone in a tangible way, then it becomes easier to translate yourself for them and take the lesson as your own. That's what Paul does here at the opening of this ninth chapter of Romans, the third part in our series exploring the Sovereignty of God. Moving through history, Paul pulls out three examples of God's sovereignty in the lives of the forerunners of our faith - Isaac and Ishmael, Jacob and Esau, and Pharaoh and Moses - and how they demonstrate what the Sovereignty of God looks like when push comes to shove. Preached at Trinity, Grenfell on 10 August, 2014 and based on Romans 9:1-18


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