Recent Sermons by Dr Masters

28 Jan 2015
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters
25 Jan 2015
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

In this hostile world, believers cannot live successfully and fruitfully without Christ being with their spirits. Here is why the soul is also called the spirit, and what it means for Christ to be with our spirit. Examples and counsels for securing His nearness.

25 Jan 2015
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

David provides eight reasons why we commit personal sin, then sets out the magnitude of God's mercy, His promises of pardon and life, His soaring unchangeable standards, His provisions of help, and the precious thing He gives to those who trust Him.

18 Jan 2015
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Facing execution, Paul from prison cares for infant churches to the end, sending out pastors. An enemy has given devastating false evidence against him, and now he expects deliverance not from death but by death into the Eternal Kingdom. Martyrdom will seal his genuineness for Christ.

18 Jan 2015
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Before vast crowds from many lands disperse from Jerusalem after the Feast of Tabernacles, Christ stands in the Temple to give a stirring appeal that will be spread afar. Here is His passionate call to draw people to know and walk with Him.

14 Jan 2015
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

The first (and last, in Revelation) congregational hymn of the Bible is 19 verses long, glorifies God, and is deeply doctrinal and intelligent. Nothing like contemporary music lyrics, it was learned by multitudes within hours. Here are some of its wonders.

11 Jan 2015
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Soon to be executed, Paul uses exalted language to describe the privilege and blessings of the Christian life, and the experience of death. Here is what he means by the good (noble) fight, finishing his course, keeping (guarding) the faith, and receiving the crown of righteousness.

11 Jan 2015
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The parable of the fig tree - one of the shortest - illustrates Christ's timetable for human history, and also the way He works in the lives of all who seek and find Him. Here is life in the soul, reconciliation with God and eternal life.

7 Jan 2015
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Perhaps the greatest miracle of the Old Testament, the crossing teems with spiritual application, and contains a famous 'contradiction' that leads to deliverance. We can only imagine the menacing, towering walls of water, the fiery cloudy pillar, and the long night of faith.

4 Jan 2015
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

We are 'present' at Paul's last briefing of Timothy, a key minister, who receives a solemn charge for his life's work. And yet these words apply to all truly committed believers, for all witness, and uphold the ministry. Here are the ten vital commands.

4 Jan 2015
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The apostle Paul describes the losses incurred from being without Christ, without heavenly citizenship, without forgiveness, without eternal hope, and without God's blessing in this life also. Here also are the overwhelming gains of having Christ and proving His power.

25 Dec 2014
Christmas by Dr Peter Masters
21 Dec 2014
Teaching sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The New Testament canon, set by the Spirit through the apostles, joins the Old Testament as the inspired, infallible, authoritative Word, unparalleled by any human literature. Here are its unique excellencies, themes and purposes, that deepen and equip believers for their 'good works', also here named.

21 Dec 2014
Gospel sermon by Dr Peter Masters

The quest for safety, success and satisfaction is the story of life, but are they spasmodic or delusory? And do we seek them only in the material realm? Here is the reality of our spiritual needs and standing before God, and how we may know Him.

17 Dec 2014
Bible Study by Dr Peter Masters

Indescribable relief filled Hebrew homes that midnight when judgement struck Egypt. They knew as idolaters they deserved it also, but atoning blood kept them. Thousands of lambs secured one deliverance, whereas the Lamb of God would gain eternal life for billions. Here are the parallels.

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