Latest Recorded Talks

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These are our most recent Sunday talks. Earlier talks on Luke are at "Talks on Luke's Gospel" (click to go there). The 2016 series on Philippians is at "Talks on Philippians" (click to go there). Previous talks not in those series are available on the Recorded Earlier page (Click to go there). You can download older files from the Sermon Bank 2011-2016 (Click to go there). For some of our favourites from all these collections, see the panel at the lower right of this page. 

Isaiah 55 – Doing business with God

There is only one way to relate to God.  God licensed Isaiah to declare it long in advance of Jesus' birth.  Here is food, pardon and life, for those who have nothing to give.  (Erik Pattison, 10 December 2017)

Psalm 56 – Put my tears in your bottle

One of the worst things about suffering is that it seems to be a total waste, but this psalm tells us that some tears are precious to God.   (Neville Reid, 3 December 2017)

Luke 17:1-19 – We are unprofitable servants

Many ways of thinking encourage us to see ourselves as owed something by God.  How did Jesus tell us to see ourselves, before God?   (Neville Reid, 26 November 2017)

Luke 16:1-31 – Jesus, the wealthy and money

Jesus told two more hard-hitting parables about rich people, and warned us again that we cannot serve God and money.  What then are we to do with money?  (Erik Pattison, 19 November 2017. Includes a long Q&A time at the end)

Luke 15:1-32 – Jesus recklessly searches for sinners

Jesus' conduct was intensely annoying to the religious people of his time.  They could not understand the mystery that God seeks and forgives sinners.  Do we?  (Erik Pattison, 12 November 2017)

Talks on Luke chapters 1 to 14

See the separate page for earlier recordings on Luke's Gospel (click to go there)