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"Though there is barrenness in the land, and it seems as if God is not working with us in the way He used to, yet I will rejoice in the Lord." In this final sermon in our Habakkuk series, Pastor Mpumelelo takes us through Habakkuk's Psalm.
Have you suffered at the hands of evil people? Do you wonder what God is doing amid rampant and continuing evil? In this second instalment of our series in Habakkuk, Pastor Mpumelelo shows us God's answer to Habakkuk as he grapples with these questions.
How are we to live when there is unbridled chaos and sin around us? How are we to live when God seemingly does not answer our prayers? In this first installment of our series in Habakkuk, Pastor Mpumelelo answers these questions from Habakkuk's first complaint.
Christians are those called to live in this transitory tent with courage.
In this Good Friday message from Hebrews 10 Pastor Mpumelelo shows us the effectiveness of our Lord's death for atonement. His death actually unites people back to God. It is superior to all other efforts at appeasing the conscience, erasing guilt, and atoning for sin.
How do Christians change? In our quest for Christlikeness, what does the Scripture say is essential for change? As we continue our study in 2 Corinthians, Pastor Michael shows us that we become like Christ by beholding Him.
Increasingly the world is less and less prone to bear and be patient with others. More often than not, people are quick to be irritated at each other and deal with each other in harsh ways. In this text Pastor Mpumelelo shows us that Christians are to bear with each other patiently with humility and gentleness.…
Why should our love be for God and not the world? Tommie Van Der Walt from Brackenhurst Baptist exhorts us to love Christ and not the world.
In 2 Samuel 13 we are told that Amnon desired his sister Tamar. The gruesome and despicable acts that followed show what happens when a desire forbidden by God is nurtured and not killed. Pastor Mpumelelo exhorts us from this passage to examine our desires in light of God's Word.
Paul's confidence in his apostleship is God's work in his saints.
What fragrance are we spreading as we live in the world? In this sermon, Pastor Michael exhorts us to spread Christ's fragrance.
How does Satan destroy a church? What are some of key weapons? Pastor Michael shows us that unforgiveness and bitterness are some of the Devil's key strategies to make a church ineffective in God's mission.
As our church grieves the sudden passing of our beloved friend and deacon Given Mahlaba, Pastor Mpumelelo exhorts us to grieve and grieve well.
A farewell sermon from Pastor Tyrell, who is being sent from HBC to revitalize Pinelands Baptist in Burlington, Ontario.
Christ said he would build His church. But how does He do it? In this second of his farewell sermons, Pastor Tyrell shows us that Christ builds his church through giving gifts to His people.
This is the first of Pastor Tyrell's three farewell sermons, as he prepares to leave to Pinelands Baptist.
The Word became flesh and dwelt among us. What was His life like? What is is life like now? And what will his human life be like forever? Pastor Mpumelelo concludes our Christmas series as we consider the human Jesus.
Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament's expectation of a Messiah. But for him, his incarnation can be summed up in one word: humilitation. In this Christmas sermon Pastor Michael shows us Matthew's description of the incarnation and its fulfilment.
What was Jesus' life before He became a man? Does the Bible say anything about His personality, what He did and how He acted? Pastor Mpumelelo takes us through the Scriptures testimony of the life of Jesus Christ before he became flesh.
Who are God's people? What makes them distinct? What does God himself think of His church? And what is her mission? Siya Mpantshwa from Emmanuel Baptist in Roodepoort exhorts us from 1 Peter 2 to seek to fulfill the church's mission.
Pastor Doug Van Meter from Brackenhurst Baptist exhorts us to praise God for the wonder of the local church from Ephesians 3.
In this final sermon on the Prequel to David series, we see Saul being rejected by God because of his disobedience.
What's the key ingredient to true prayer? Pastor Tyrell explains from the Lord's Prayer what's of first importance when we pray.
On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg's castle church, starting a theological fire that would engulf the world in subsequent generations. Pastor Mpumelelo shows us from Colossians 3:1-17 why it is crucial for us to believe the correct gospel.
What is the relationship between ministers of God's Word and their people? From this text Pastor Michael shows that it is working together for their joy.
Is there a time for Christians to boast? Pastor Michael shows from this text that we are indeed to boast in what God has done in us and in others
What happens when you have rebelled against God? What happens when you have failed at keeping His will at some point in your life? Pastor Tyrell answers this question as we consider 1 Samuel 12.
What does it look like to truly repent? And how can our sin be atoned for? Pastor Tyrell shows us the answers to these questions from 1 Samuel 7 as we resume our time in 1 Samuel.
As we await the return of the Lord Jesus, these are the important realities that Peter wants us to have in our minds. In this final installment of our series in 2 Peter, Pastor Tyrell encourages us put into practice Peter's directives.
The Apostle Peter wants the church to know the depth of false teachers' depravity and deception. In this explanation, there is a warning for us to be steady and stay away from them.