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Reflexive Verbs

A reflexive verb is where the subject of the verb is the same as the object – or, in other words, where the person (subject) doing the action (verb) is the same as the person receiving the action (object). In English, we usually add -self to show this: ‘I...

Key Points

Preachers are keen to make key points (often using headings or alliteration or other techniques to give people somethng they can easily remember) so that those listening can take hold of what they hear and not let this disappear through their hands like sand....

Opportunities & Opposition

In our Sunday morning series, ‘Battles and Blessings’, we are looking at the fact that battles and blessings often seem to be like the parallel tracks on a railway line: we experience both simultaneously in our lives. This certainly seems to have been the case in the...

Repentance & Rest

In Peter’s sermon following the healing of the crippled man, he tells the crowd, ‘Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord.’ (Acts 3:19) This gives us a clue as to how we may move from judgment...

Christ-centred preaching

Peter’s sermon in Acts 3:12-26, as in Acts 2:14-41, arises from unusual happenings which arouse the attention of a large crowd. Both sermons seek to explain what has happened and both point to Jesus Christ. Peter directed the crowd’s attention away from both the...