The New Harvest Christian Fellowship

Sermons

Justice and Mercy

We need to be a people of justice and mercy, doing what is right but filled with love for others. Reaching out in care and kindness so that they might experience the love of God through us. And, as they accept Christ into their lives they will be transformed. Not by following rules but by their relationship with Jesus, as they grow to know Him and become like Him.

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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Vision 2018: Saturate

In God’s Word, the prophet Isaiah spells out God’s vision saying, “…the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea,” (Isaiah 11:9NIV). Ours is the privilege and the honour of having God accomplish this vision through His Son, Jesus Christ, working through His body, the Church, a.k.a you and me! Jesus is the head of His body, the Church, through which He intends to fill every place with His presence. This is saturation, more specifically, Jesus Saturation.

 

Sermon by Calven Celliers

 

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What Scripture Do You Know?

What Scripture do you know? What passage has jumped out at you, sensing that the Lord is telling you something? What have you experienced that has given you understanding about that passage of Scripture? How has this passage of Scripture been applied in your life?

 

Sermon by Mervyn Smith

 

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Holy, Holy, Holy

We serve a Holy God. What does it mean that He is holy? It means that He is set apart everything else, there is nothing or no one like Him. He is above all things, perfect and unchanging both in majesty and morality. But do we really understand and appreciate the holiness of God?

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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Psalm 2

How can you better serve Jesus in 2018? By worshipping Him for who He is and showing unwavering obedience in what He asks of us so we can first glorify our Father in heaven as well as further the Kingdom of God every day of our lives.

 

Sermon by Luke Kincaid

 

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Wonderful Counsellor

We all need the wisdom of the Wonderful Counsellor in our lives. We are faced with many choices every day, big and small, and it’s not often easy to know which is the best choice to make. So often we make a decision and find that it wasn’t the best choice. As we approach Christmas we have a lot of choices to make. What to buy, how much to spend or not spend; who to see, how to prioritise our time; when to travel and how fast and long; what to say and what not to say. Let us look to our Wonderful Counsellor. Let us ask Him for wisdom and the do what He says.

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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Psalm 24

How many of us have made a commitment to Jesus but seem to be becoming more and more like Him at a rather slow rate? How many of us believers proclaim to be a follower of the Son of God but whose lifestyle looks the same as those around them who do not yet know about Jesus? The reason this is so is because we are afraid to lift up the gates that guard us, and let Jesus in to transform those areas of our lives that we don’t want Him to be a part of.

Sermon by Luke Kincaid

 

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Mission Impossible

The Apostle Peter writes that we must be holy in everything you do, just as God who chose us is holy - but how could we possibly even approach God’s holiness as we live our lives? We believe God is holy, but for us to be holy the way He is holy feels like an impossible standard to attain. Why are we being commanded to do something that seems to be completely impossible?

 

Sermon by Calven Celliers

 

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Death and Life are in the Power of the Tongue

Each and every day we speak many words; some are carefully planned and selected; others are spoken impulsively. Some are spoken quietly; others are spoken with more volume. Some of our words are spoken with the desire to help and encourage; some with the motivation to hurt, belittle and retaliate. However, most of our words are spoken with little, if any, thought about how they will affect others. James speaks to us about the importance of every word we speak. For each word will make an impact, not only on those to whom they’re directed, but also on God who records, evaluates and will judge every careless spoken word.

 

Sermon by Calven Celliers

 

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The Power of One

No matter how much there is to divide us: our likes and dislikes, our race, our economic status, our language our profession; the Gospel unites us – one body, one Spirit, one hope, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God. By showing these qualities in our lives: humility, gentleness, patience and enduring love; we will keep the unity that God has created and given us by His Holy Spirit. Our unity will be a testimony to a world that is divided in many ways. We will be living in a way that is worthy of our calling as Christians as our lives will speak of the glorious oneness and fullness of the Gospel.

 

Sermon by Graham Mol

 

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