Recent Sermons by Dr Masters

23 Jul 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Teenager Dinah goes into the Hivite town only to be seduced by the prince. Her motive; the hypocrisy of her brothers; their terrible revenge; the family imperilled. Why were Jacob's offspring so wayward? The purpose and lessons to the church of this record. God's restoration.

All Your Needs Supplied Philippians 4.19
20 Jul 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Paul speaks about God providing our needs, not supplying excessive earthly rewards, as the prosperity heretics claim. Here are the conditions. God's 'riches in glory' are here defined, also how all glory should be His, not directed at human instruments.

20 Jul 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

King Agrippa said, in effect, to Paul, 'You will make me a Christian any moment now'. Here are the differences between knowledge of the Faith, and real experience of God's saving power; also, why we may pull back from yielding to God, and how to resolve this.

The End of Time Matthew 24.3
13 Jul 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

With seemingly unending wars, terrorism, increasingly destructive weapons and moral collapse, Christ's teachings about the end of the age are uniquely accurate. Here are His words on how the present age will end and how we may find Him now, and be His at the final account.

13 Jul 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Paul has learned calm contentment of soul and how to obtain strength from Christ in every situation. Violence, sickness and poverty may abase, while revelations and blessing bring other dangers. Here are 'five points of contentment' that secure Christ's presence and power in all events.

9 Jul 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Jacob, enriched, returns to the Promised Land after 20 years greatly afraid that Esau will attack him. His two prayers are here examined, especially the hours in wrestling and pleading with God. Here are God's purposes with the encouragements and challenges for our praying.

6 Jul 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Here are the matters which should occupy the minds and plans of believers. 'Whatsoever things are true' refers to the spiritual realities which should be our chief concern, unless we are becoming pliable, indifferent and ambivalent concerning the service and standards of the Lord.

How God Views Unbelievers Ecclesiastes 10.16-20
6 Jul 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Another group of compelling and intriguing illustrations from Solomon showing how we appear to God when we live without desiring or seeking Him. Here too, are God's persuasive appeals to wanderers to approach Him, and to discover His life-changing power and companionship.

29 Jun 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Miniature parables or illustrations (from King Solomon) showing our condition when we try to live without God, and why we need Him. Here also are life's spiritual dangers - what we lose without God, and what is gained when we come to Him for new life.

22 Jun 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Three seekers, one a scribe, another a regular observer of Christ, desire to become full disciples, but something is wrong. All have some reservation or hesitation. Christ shows each one what prevents him from wholehearted 'conversion'. It is priceless counsel for seekers in every age.

The Peace of God Philippians 4.4
22 Jun 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The apostle's way to all-surmounting trust and strength despite trouble or prosperity. Here are six very distinctive steps that lead - by the sure promise of God -  to spiritual safety and assurance. Here also is a definition of the peace that far surpasses all understanding.

18 Jun 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

The theophany at Bethel and Jacob's response. A sense of God the goal of preachers. The shocking fraud in marriage - what should Jacob have done? His spiritual virtues. His preparations for home; were his breeding methods credible? Lessons for posterity, and church and world again separated by God.

Union With Christ Philippians 3.8
15 Jun 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The deepest and most glorious concept - a union determined from eternity, secured at Calvary, implemented at conversion, deepened through life and perfected in death. Here is how it is felt; with a pastoral survey of the departments and circumstances in which union is unmistakably experienced.

15 Jun 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Reasons why we reject God, and what unbelief takes from us. How atheism shapes us, imparting distinctive characteristics of thought and action. Proof that it is itself a religion. The contrasting benefits of believing in God, and how He may be found and known.

11 Jun 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Two distinct peoples were born to Rebekah. Isaac though godly never accepted that Jacob should have the entire heritage. He wanted Esau to head the family, while Jacob bore the seed royal. But God once again separated church and world. Here are the lessons.

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