Forgiveness

13 sermons

Forgiven & Forgotten

Phil Chadder

keywords: brixton prison course prison forgiven forgotten


In this sermon by the Chaplian of London's Brixton Prison, the Scripture passage is saved for the end, for Phil Chadder begins by taking us on a tour of one of Britain's most prominent jails. as he asks what basic difference is there between a prisoner and any of us!

As the Lord forgave you

Mark Prentice

keywords: Colossians 3, forgive, hurt, damage, left, church,


Mark has met many people who have been hurt by their experience of Church. Here he talks from Colossians 3 about forgiveness.

The Servant Clause

Liam Goligher

keywords: supper, compassion, sacrifice, communion, cleansing


Come dine with me as we watch Liam present his 'Show and Tell' with aplom. Liam outlines the significance of the last supper! Liam embarks on a tale about compassion, cleansing and sacrifice!

Wounded for Me

Liam Goligher

keywords: Isaiah, sin, servant


Yes, it's Isaiah 52 and 53, which supremely answer the problem of how the God of all holiness can bear to have any of us near him. Someone who is 'My Servant' is presented- who will be among the wicked in his own death, and bring us up to God!

A Second Chance

Luke Ijaz

keywords: gospel, good news, self-pity, situation, desperation, set apart, world, life, forgiveness, reeeive, fresh start


Good news! Don't wallow in self-pity despairing in your desperate situation. Decide to be set apart from this world and all its injustices. Choose life, receive forgiveness and be given a fresh start. Ask and you will certainly receive!

The Caring and the Carried

Randy Roberts

keywords: Pain, suffering, friendship, forgiveness


Here is a ‘Last Hope’ story from the Bible – with its question, “If getting to Jesus is a greatest hope – but also a greatest problem - how can ‘Probably’ ever become ‘Reality’?” Here is a preaching pastor, speaking from long experience of life.

The God Who Can Forget Sins!

Robert Cunville

keywords: The Cross, sin, forgivness, freedom


Here Robert Cunville draws on this vivid account of the Cross- and the people involved, including the dying thief next to Jesus.

Two lost boys

Keith Garner

keywords: Fear, Anger, Grace, Forgiveness, Joy, Love


In this chapter of ‘lost property,’ here is a vivid presentation of a story by Jesus that has captivated people all over the world. Notice how it begins and ends with the Father!

Clean!

Barry Cooper

keywords: Clean and Unclean, Tradition, the Heart, Evil.


What is it that makes someone ‘unclean’ – according to the Bible’s teaching? Barry Cooper compellingly unfolds this passage from the teaching of Jesus – seen here as both a doctor and as God!

The Temptation of Jesus

Mark Prentice

keywords: Temptation, Sin, Devil, Christ’s Victory, Scriptures


Here in this titanic clash in the wilderness comes an assault by Jesus on the territory of Satan. Could the Righteous One be made to sin? As you take in this sermon, thrill to the assurance that in Christ your Leader, you too can beat down Satan under your feet!

The Teaching of Jesus

Mark Prentice

keywords: Falling Away, Following Jesus, Discipleship, Freedom from sin, Christ’s Teaching, Opposition to Jesus


John’s Gospel here helps us to see why some – who are apparently attracted to Jesus – then fall away. Learn here that Jesus isn’t about building a tremendous following. He is ‘writing a cheque.’ For us to cash it, He had to go to the Cross.

Have you got a God?

Steve Levy

keywords: Messiah, Enemies, Ascension, Pentecost, Conviction of Sin


‘The Lord said to my Lord….’ What do you make of these words? Here is some true and thrilling Welsh preaching on a Messianic psalm that is repeatedly quoted and featured in the New Testament – by Jesus in answer to the Pharisees, by Peter at Pentecost, in the letter to the Hebrews as we learn of Christ’s priesthood. Open your Bible, watch and listen – and make notes!

How do we qualify for Jesus?

Roger Carswell

keywords: Tax collectors and sinners, Pharisees, Lost sheep, Lost son, Penitent Thief, Saul of Tarsus, the Cross


Roger Carswell draws upon numerous events and people, during Christ’s ministry, as he counters the opinion that Jesus – and Christianity - are for the supposedly ‘good people’ of this world. If Jesus came for sinners, declares Roger, then we all qualify! And if it was not nails, what was it that that kept him on the Cross?