Recent Sermons by Dr Masters

22 Oct 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters
19 Oct 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Paul tells Timothy to ponder deeply on his three illustrations of soldier, athlete and farmer, seeing them as principles of service to Christ. Here are the three vital rules of dedication to Him, obedience to His Word, and soul-participation in Him. Here also - 'The Uncontainable Word'.

19 Oct 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

True religion is a meeting with God, but how and where and on what terms? What does God require from us? In a society that suppresses all thought and knowledge of God, here is the teaching of Christ about how He may be found.

15 Oct 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

The centuries between Joseph and the oppression in Egypt are given a single verse noting their miraculous birth rate, but the chapter implies (other texts confirming) six serious failings that brought them to slavery. These same failings bring us down today, while their avoidance lifts us up.

12 Oct 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

When a wealthy man had to choose between riches and Christ, he chose riches, demonstrating the hold that this material life has on the human heart. But God has transformed every conceivable kind of earth-tied person down the centuries, and here is how.

12 Oct 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Timothy is to pass the Word to truly saved men, separated from the world, for the future. It is not only preachers who are to live as 'soldiers' but all believers, and here are the standards and conditions we accept for the love of Christ.

8 Oct 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

The funeral of Jacob shows the gratitude of Egypt toward him, the reformed character of his sons and the supreme importance in his life of the future promises. Here also is the training of Joseph and his legacy, and how we must always live for eternity.

5 Oct 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Paul's exhortation to be strong in grace is no mere general encouragement. It is the secret of his walk, and a necessity for us all. Here is the practice of constant dependence on Christ in every aspect of the life of churches and individual believers.

5 Oct 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

People often do not realise how much is accomplished if God forgives their sins. Here are the facts of guilt and forgiveness - what cannot secure forgiveness, and what does. Here also are the gains and benefits (and the cost to God Himself).

1 Oct 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Jacob's sons and their tribes are formally blessed and assured of God's future presence. Warnings are included and positive tribal traits listed, which would combine to equip all Israel. Here also are prophecies of Messiah, and lessons for Christ's people today, which Israel typified.

28 Sep 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

A martial call to keep the Word despite continual pressure to sweep us off course. The superiority of God's Truth over human learning, and the need to defend not only the doctrines but the conduct they teach. Also, the vital practice of faith and love.

28 Sep 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Often called 'The parable of dry bones', this dramatic prophetic vision predicts a future revival of God's people, and also gives a narrative of spiritual conversion - the theme of this message. Here is our lifelessness as unbelievers, and the process of receiving new life from God.

Experiencing Christ 2 Timothy 1.12
7 Sep 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Whatever Paul suffers or surrenders for Christ, he is certain of spiritual and bodily triumph because he knows Christ. Here are the grounds of his certainty. Here also is what it means to deposit one's life, soul and eternal interests into the safekeeping of Christ the Saviour.

7 Sep 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Isaiah's remarkable prophecy of Christ on the cross - written 700 years beforehand - describes 30 different things that were perfectly fulfilled. Here are some of them, all proving that Christ is the Son of God and Saviour of all who trust in Him.

3 Sep 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Jacob waits for God's sanction before entering Egypt. Why his listed family names are so significant. God's plans unfold. Why Egypt? The reasons unveiled - how the church and the seed royal would be spiritually preserved. Lessons from the adoption of Joseph's sons and the blessing of Reuben.

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