Revelation 2:1-7 “Ephesus, a great church needing correction" Part 1
Today’s message is brought to us by our virtual visiting speaker Rafael Manzanares, pastor of Santa Ponsa Community Church in Mallorca, Spain from Revelation chapter 2 verses 1 to 7. Letter to the church in Ephesus. Part 1 of a series on Revelation chapter 2.
Jesus, the Son of God
What did Jesus teach about himself? Fully God, yet fully man. Jesus the Son of God is equal with God the Father yet is in submission to him and has authority to judge. Message from John chapter 5 verses 15 to 30. By Mark Jasper, pastor of Campbeltown Community Church, Argyll, Scotland. Background music: Crown him with many crowns by Matthew Bridges and Godfrey Thring CCLI Song no. 23938
Healing at the pool of Bethesda
What does a man who’s been ill for 38 years really need? Is healing all that he needs? What is his greatest need? What is unbelief? The rejection of Jesus begins. The story of the healing of the man at the pool of Bethesda from John chapter 5. Message from Mark Jasper, pastor of Campbeltown Community Church, Scotland. Background music during the beginning and ending is ‘The Goodness of Jesus‘ from City Alight Music by Fiona Aghajanian, Harrison Druery, Michael Farren, Jaywan Maxwell, Jonny Robinson and Rich Thompson. Copyright 2018 City Alight Music CCLI Song 7121854 Used with permission.
The Water that satisfies thirst
Come and see... Which well are you drinking from? Have you tasted the Living Water that satisfies thirst? ‘Come, see a man who told me all that I ever did. Can this be the Christ?’ Glimpses of glory from John chapter 4 verses 1 to 42. Message by Mark Jasper pastor at Campbeltown Community Church, Scotland.
Jesus the baptiser
Mark Jasper pastor at Campbeltown Community Church teaches from John chapter 1 verses 29 to 34 and John ch.3 v 31 to 36 on the gift and the work of the Holy Spirit. What does it mean to be baptised in the Spirit? The Holy Spirit brings life, makes us a dwelling place for God, teaches us God’s word, glorifies Jesus and makes us useful.