At St Nicholas we believe that studying God’s Word, the Bible, is essential for nurturing a growing faith. Use the links below to ‘listen again‘ to one of our recent sermons. Alternatively, you can filter the whole archive by date, speaker, sermon series or Bible book.
Ahaz becomes king but despite God’s wonderful offers and grace, he chooses to put his trust in Assyria and his own talents rather than God. He does not stand firm in his faith so he does not stand at all.
Isaiah is given a glorious vision of God and sees God’s glory and holiness; recognises his own sinfulness and receives God’s amazing mercy. No wonder he responds to God’s call with “Here I am! Send me!” May we do the same!
Isaiah compares God’s people to a choice, cared-for vineyard that produces only bad grapes. God’s judgement will be swift and severe – but with God there is always grace for the repentant.
It’s April Fool’s Day but is the resurrection of Jesus the greatest April Fool ever or the most important event in the history of the world? Let’s look at the evidence…
The leaders have failed so leadership will falter; selfishness reigns so the haughty will be humbled. But there is hope… the branch of the Lord is coming!