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Recent Sermons by Dr Masters

The Last Days Daniel 11.41
25 Apr 2018
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters
22 Apr 2018
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

A ruling pharisee, possibly exploring cooperation between Christ and the Temple order, comes by night, but the Lord teaches that only a new birth purchased by Himself, wrought directly by God, and revealed throughout Scripture, can save people, whether pharisees or ordinary Jews and Gentiles.

The Purpose of Life Ecclesiastes 3.1
22 Apr 2018
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

An acclaimed and magnificent jewel of poetic literature by Solomon shows that we are not free, but subject in all things to forces outside our control. Then, by a parable, he shows how conversion to God is the way to real freedom and purpose.

18 Apr 2018
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

This astonishing chapter falls into three parts: first, detailed prophecy of events up to 175BC (all fulfilled and here summarised); then the tyranny of Antiochus toward Palestine; then the end-times acts of Antichrist, now being fulfilled before our eyes in church and state.

11 Apr 2018
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

How the prophet's prayers, longing for knowledge, and self-abasement before God, are rewarded by the most detailed prophecy of future events in the Bible. Here also is insight into the unseen spiritual warfare involving a principal demon and the victorious Saviour.

8 Apr 2018
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The Lord's purity cannot allow the shameful hypocrisy of Temple conduct, and by an act of divine power He casts out the commerce, and prophesies His own death and resurrection (as well as the fall of the Temple), providing lessons for spiritual living today.

A Battle of Desires Deuteronomy 30.15
8 Apr 2018
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

A final appeal of Moses to men and women about their need of God, which describes the human struggle for independence from Him - and the cost. Moses sets out the things that God bestows now and eternally, and pleads to us all to consider. 

4 Apr 2018
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Here is Daniel's prayer for the restoration of Jerusalem, and the vision of seventy 'sevens' and how, by the traditional evangelical view, the prophet's eyes are lifted to Calvary and Christ's six accomplishments there.

Resurrection Power Ephesians 1.18-20
1 Apr 2018
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

We see first, the immeasurable, surpassing, incomparable greatness of Christ's resurrection and its chief purposes. We see also forty days of appearances, and consider the way 'resurrection' is replicated in a spiritual, moral way in the lives of believers, before their own resurrection.

Behold Your God! Isaiah 40.9
1 Apr 2018
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Our society today knows so little about almighty God, having wilfully shut Him out of all consideration. But look, says the Bible, at His attributes, ways and plans. Consider the uniqueness of God and compare His actions, plans and promises with those of human society.

30 Mar 2018
Good Friday by Dr Peter Masters
25 Mar 2018
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

First we see the message of the miracle; second - the insurmountable problem; third - the necessity of obedience; fourth - the quality of the miracle; fifth - the results. The disciples saw Christ's divine power and the nature of His saving work.

25 Mar 2018
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The tragedy of human pride, affecting everyone, is here probed. God, the Bible says, arranges Himself in battle against the proud. Why is it so abhorrent to God? What are its forms and manifestations? How may we push through it to seek and find Him?

21 Mar 2018
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Daniel's vision of the Persian and the Greek empires, from which would come Antiochus Epiphanes, who would inflict seven years of woes upon Jerusalem, being a type and figure of the last-days antichrist, providing a picture of his last offensive against the faith.

18 Mar 2018
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The encounter of the first disciples with Christ reflects the experience of all believers, embracing a considerable surprise, a deep sense of need, a compulsion to share Christ, a new character, light on the Word and the progressive discovery of even 'greater things'.

Sermons preached during the last six months; for additional sermons see Full Index