Peet Wallace

Peet Wallace

Role: Pastor
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Thu, Dec 24, 2015
Duration: 16 mins 54 secs
Christmas is not only about hope, joy, love, peace and faith — it is really about Jesus, "God with us," who gives us all these things, by giving us Himself. Our greatest need as humans is forgiveness, so the perfect gift from God to us at Christmas is our Saviour, Jesus. Jesus is both the Son of God and the Son of Man, representing us on the cross. He doesn’t just give us things, He offers us Himself in full commitment, as a husband to a wife.
Sun, Dec 20, 2015
Duration: 52 mins 17 secs
Jesus defends His friends when they are attacked. Jesus not only cares for us and about us, but has also made provision for us, and is able to deliver what He promises, because He is simultaneously Prophet, Priest and King! Jesus is the atoning sacrifice for our sins and our Advocate before God the Father. In order for Jesus to stand up for us, sometimes we need to sit down and let Him do it. Additional scriptures: Romans 8:31-34, Mark 2:23-28, 1 Samuel 21:1-6, Hosea 6:6, Colossians 2:16-17, 2 Corinthians 5:17, 1 Corinthians 13:12, Matthew 7:1-5, Hebrews 12:24, Micah 6:6-8, Matthew 5:27-28, Hebrews 10:30, Luke 22:31-32, 1 John 1:9-10, Matthew 12:20, 1 Corinthians 15:55-57, Acts 7:55-60.
Sun, Dec 13, 2015
Duration: 45 mins 26 secs
At Christmastime we celebrate Jesus’ birth and the peace he brings us — Christmas is not only history, but His Story, and now becomes Our Story as we put our trust in Jesus to bring us true and lasting peace, as prophesied by the angels to the shepherds. From the manger we look on to the cross and Jesus’ death, burial, resurrection, ascension, and his second coming which is now approaching. Only in Jesus can we find real peace, firstly in being reconciled to the Father, and then also in an ongoing way every day as we bring all our worries to Him and let Him guard our hearts and minds from the enemy who wants to steal our peace. Outward peace in the world will not happen until Jesus returns as ruling King, but we can have deep peace in our hearts right now as we trust Jesus for every detail of our lives. Additional Scriptures: Malachi 4:5-6, Luke 1:38, Jeremiah 1:12, 1 Timothy 2:2, John 14:27, John 14:6, Philippians 4:6-8, Colossians 3:15, Proverbs 3:5-6
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
Duration: 36 mins 11 secs
God wants us to praise Him with our whole being. Do we have a hunger for God to turn our whole life upside down? Do we have a hunger to praise and worship Him? We can’t impress God, but if we let Him transform our lives and then present them back to Him, that is sincere praise and worship. Psalm 103 speaks of many provisions of God, including the privilege and ability to worship Him from the depths of our soul any time, and forgiveness lavished on us generously. Have you moved into the provision of worship with all your heart? As we step into the full provision of God’s benefits listed in Psalm 103, it opens up our hearts to praise Him more fully. Additional Scriptures: Hebrews 13:15, Isaiah 64:6, Acts 13:22, Hebrews 11:1
Sun, Nov 22, 2015
Duration: 47 mins 26 secs
Jesus the Son of God came to earth to do His Father’s will. He was 100% God and became 100% man, to represent us, paying the penalty for our sinfulness on the cross. He had a huge mission and carried it through to completion without ever once sinning, even when He was overwhelmed by the heaviness of the burden, as we see in the Garden of Gethsemane. His response of ultimate obedience and of choosing the Father’s will over His own as a human is an example for us. As A.W. Tozer says, "Outside the will of God, there's nothing I want. Inside the will of God there's nothing I fear.” We need to trust God, and receive strength, faith, courage and guidance from His Holy Spirit so we can walk in His plans for us, knowing they are better than our own. Additional Scriptures: Hebrews 4:15, Luke 22:39-46, 2 Corinthians 12:7-10, Matthew 6:9-10, John 4:34, Romans 12:1-2, Matthew 2:19-21, Hebrews 5:8, Matthew 3:13-17, Matthew 4:1-11, 1 Peter 5:8-9, Matthew 12:46-50, John 8:28, Matthew 14:23, John 7:30-31, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, Matthew 26:36-45.
Sun, Nov 15, 2015
Duration: 46 mins 40 secs
God is our ever-present help in times of trouble, and He is sovereign. How relevant are we as Christians in the troubled times in which we live? Much of scripture speaks out of difficult situations like we have been facing lately, and Jesus warned us what would be coming. God is sovereignly working and moving, and promises never to leave us: The Holy Spirit is with us now, and Jesus is coming back for us. We must know and remember who God is, and be aware of His presence with us. Sometimes we need to take our hands off the situation and let God have His hands on it. “Be still and know that I am God.” Additional Scriptures: John 10:10, Hebrews 13:5, Matthew 28:20, John 14:16-18, Matthew 5:44, 1 Peter 4:1-2
Sun, Oct 25, 2015
Series: Jonah
Duration: 34 mins 11 secs
In the book of Jonah we see the gospel illustrated vividly. Where the gospel is, there is always hope for transformation. Jonah knew this but didn’t want the people of Nineveh to benefit from it! The gospel message is for us and for those around us, not to be kept to ourselves. When the Gospel is present, God and His power are present, hope is present, and we must be present, too! The Gospel is the Person and work of Jesus Christ. Let us be the ones to bring this good news! Additional Scriptures: John 1:1, Mark 16:15-18, Romans 10:8-15
Sun, Oct 18, 2015
Series: Jonah
Duration: 39 mins 20 secs
Jonah knew God’s gracious and compassionate character, but didn’t rejoice in the good news of it for others. He focused on his own comfort more than on the need of others and the mercy God wanted to extend to them when they had the chance to repent through Jonah’s preaching. Aren’t we just like Jonah sometimes? We can’t just repent and be saved and then stay as we are — we need to let the Lord change our hearts to become more like Him in His mercy and concern for each human being, no matter how lost. Let us move away from self-pity towards compassion for others, as we grow in Christ and make peace with our past and present. We need to catch the heart of God. Additional Scriptures: 2 Corinthians 3:17-18, Matthew 6:34, Ephesians 6:6
Sun, Oct 11, 2015
Series: Jonah
Duration: 29 mins 18 secs
It all started when God wanted to offer the Ninevites a second chance. Jonah lost it all when he decided to disobey and run from God. But he found it all again when he accepted the second chance God also offered him. Jonah asked God for help, accepted God’s discipline, trusted God’s promises, and accepted God’s will. God even provided a miracle to save Jonah from his own mess. God offers you a second chance, too! Will you follow Jonah’s steps of repentance? Jesus is the miracle of salvation for all of us who ask for it, and continues to rescue us throughout our lives as we call out to Him. Additional Scriptures: Jonah 1:8-17, Revelation 3:20, 1 John 5:17, 2 Corinthians 1:20
Sun, Oct 04, 2015
Series: Jonah
Duration: 34 mins 15 secs
Jonah was a prophet who had it all, lost it all, and found it all again. Obeying God brings blessing, while disobedience brings discipline. Sin makes us act stupidly. Jonah was a respected voice in Israel, but then chose to run away from God when he was told to warn the people of Nineveh so they could repent. It cost him dearly (and cost those around him as well), but repentance and asking our compassionate God for help brought him back from the edge again. Are we ready to do God’s will on His terms, instead of on our own terms? Are we willing to surrender totally to the Lord? Additional Scriptures: Jonah 4:2, 2 Kings 14:23-25, Matthew 12:39-42, Genesis 12:1-3, Hebrews 12:5-11
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