My Soul will be Satisfied

My Soul will be Satisfied

July 1, 2012  |  David Robinson
The Psalms give voice to the believer's cries to God. Following David's sin, his sons subsequently rebelled, forcing David to flee to the wilderness where he writes Psalms 3 and 63. Under affliction, David's soul is thirsting for God Himself. The Psalms celebrate God's loyal, faithful, enduring love. We need to set aside time to remember God's steadfast love demonstrated to us in the cross. As we cling to God we gain confidence, so we can then offer confidence to those who come to us.
Topic: Salvation
Scripture: Psalm 63
Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey

June 27, 2012  |  Scott Masson
If we want to live in reality, we need to live under the order and reality of God. But humanity wants to submit God and His order to its values, discolouring the world into fifty shades of grey.
Scripture: Psalm 91
Father's House

Father's House

June 17, 2012  |  Joe Boot
The gospel in Psalm 27 is that God will care for us though we're abandoned by all others.
Scripture: Psalm 27

Rome at Last and The Victory of the Gospel

June 10, 2012  |  Joe Boot

Paul spoke to the Jewish leaders of the Hope of Israel: the Kingdom of God manifested in the resurrection of Christ. As with all Paul's preaching to the Jews, some believed the message of faith in Jesus and others did not (Acts 28:24). God's Word cannot be put under arrest. Likewise the gospel in our time will ultimately succeed. Acts ends with the gospel witness spreading from Rome, and today the power of the gospel is operative in Toronto.

Paul Before Felix

June 3, 2012  |  Joe Boot
The gospel ministry is the most exciting adventure you could devote your life to.

Paul's Defence in Jerusalem

May 27, 2012  |  David Robinson
We must not be hasty or presumptuous when listening for God's call for our lives.

Paul and Power Encounter

May 20, 2012  |  Michael Boot

The church must recognize spiritual battle if we are to see evangelism advance in our day. Paul was anointed by God, such that he was recognized by both heaven and by hell. We need a revival in Toronto based on the Word of God.

The Council of Jerusalem: Preserving the Gospel

May 6, 2012  |  Scott Masson

In Acts 15, we see a conflict of authority and a conflict of doctrine. We live in a lawless age in which Christians reject authority. Acting in Jesus' name without the blessing of the church is dangerous.

Antioch and Mercy Ministry

April 29, 2012  |  Joe Boot
In Constantinople, 100,000 Christians maintained 50,000 poor, all the clergy, and 3,000 widows and orphans, all through the tithe.

But Prayer

April 22, 2012  |  Michael Boot
Prayer is the condition of divine operation.