SERIES: WALLS IN THE BIBLE
Watch all the messages again from our 'Walls of the Bible' teaching Series from September 2020.
We will explore God interacting with people, focussing on His character and look at the ways God interacts with us today and application for our lives.
Walls of the Bible - Series - Arnesby Ba...
Daniel 5 - Writing on the Wall - Series - Arnesby Baptist Church
Have you arrived? Are you trusting in the physical, material world? Are you trusting in another person? The King in Daniel 5 thought he had arrived and he was trusting in the powerful kingdom arround him. One night that all changed when God revealed His judgement towards the king. speaker: Johnny Hutton From the Series: Walls through the Bible.
Nehemiah 1 - A vision for Gods Work - Walls Series - Arnesby Baptist Church
What does it mean to have a vision for Gods Work? There is lots to distract us in life and its really easy to get knocked off Gods course for our lives. Nehemiah is a great person to learn from. He took a burden he had for Gods people to the Lord, prayed about it and thought about it for 4 months then presented his request to the little god on earth. This message uncovers his character and helps us to seek to have a Godly character too.
1 Kings 6 Temple Walls of Glory - Arnesby Baptist Church
1 Kings 6 Temple Walls of Glory - Arnesby Baptist Church Speaker - Johnny Hutton Our Morning Service from Arnesby Baptist Church. The temple was built for God and as the people followed the Lord, iits walls were glorious. But as the devotion of the people faltered the walls became walls of shame. When we follow the Lord our life brings Glory to God, but when we are faltering in our devotion our lives bring shame. Join us to learn more We are looking at different places in the Bible where walls are mentioned.
Joshua 2 - The walls we live behind - Arnesby Baptist Church
Joshua 2 - The walls we live behind - Arnesby Baptist Church Speaker - Johnny Hutton Do you put walls up in your life? Are you living behind walls? Join us as we explore the story from Joshua 2 where who spies from the nation of Israel visit Jericho and meet Rahab the prositicute who lives in the city walls. We will see 1. the impossible wall; 2. the house in the wall; 3. the escape down the wall and 4. the prison wall This is our Our live stream from Arnesby Baptist Church live in the Chapel
Numbers 22 - Is your walk with God genuine? - Arnesby Baptist Church Sunday
Numbers 22 - Is your walk with God genuine? Speaker - Johnny Hutton As we look at Balaam's life there seems to be a godliness about him. He converses with God and seems keen to obey Him. But, as we study him more closely we see that there's a falseness about his actions and an underlying focus on self and what he can get out of the situation. Here's a warning that we need to be genuine in our walk with God.
Exodus 14 Are you moving forward in your Christian life? - Arnesby Baptist Church
Exodus 14 Are you moving forward in your Christian life? Speaker - Nathan Ling You can go to most villages, towns and cities and find various monuments, statues, buildings, plaques and all kinds of things to commemorate an event or someone's life usually. And why? Usually they are there to remind us of an event or a person and their achievements. The Bible is a written record, like the landmarks, plaques and statues, of events where God has intervened in various discrete and quiet or dramatic and visual ways like this. It reveals to us, something about God's character, that is, who God actually is. We’re going to look at Israel crossing the Red sea recorded in Exodus chapter 14 from three different angles. First, in its immediate context and see what we can learn about the people, their leader and God. Second, I’m going to try and show you a comparison of Jesus and Moses, that I hope will strengthen your understanding of who Jesus is. Third, we will see how the history of the people Israel is a picture of the life of every Christian. And by exploring where we are on our spiritual journey, we will answer the question ‘what does this have to do with me?’