Peet Wallace

Peet Wallace

Role: Pastor
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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
Sun, Sep 27, 2015
Duration: 31 mins 13 secs
Habakkuk teaches us how to help others hear of God’s fame, by testifying of what we have experienced, through heartfelt prayer, and by persevering in faith through troubled times. Like Israel/Judah, we deserve wrath for our rebellion, but have been shown mercy, and have been chosen by the Lord to make Him known and spread His fame. We want to live in such a way that He becomes famous through us as we live out our faith in our daily lives at home and work. We must first know of His fame ourselves, and remind each other, and then spread His fame farther as God gives us opportunity. Trust God to reveal His glory through the cracks in your life! Additional Scriptures: Habakkuk 2:4, Romans 1:17, Matthew 5:13-16, Acts 3:1-10, Hebrews 1:1-4, John 1:14, Psalm 118:4, 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
Sun, Aug 30, 2015
Duration: 35 mins 50 secs
God had big, far-reaching purposes for Abram, and reminded him not to be afraid. God is our refuge, strength, shield and great reward. When we get caught up in ourselves, we are far too small. Look for God’s greater purposes in your life — we are here for a reason much greater than ourselves. God wants to remind us of His promises and rekindle a passion for Him and His calling on our lives. There are promises of blessing attached to obedience. We need to trust God in the journey, and obey Him out of that trust relationship. Jesus is the ultimate fulfilment of the promise God made to Abram, who trusted God’s promise and obeyed Him. Additional Scriptures: Genesis 14:11-24, Psalm 46:1, Genesis 12:2-3, Ephesians 3:10, Exodus 3:14, Romans 8:16, Hebrews 11:6, Ephesians 6:1-3, Colossians 3:22, Hebrews 13:17, 1 Samuel 15:22-23, Proverbs 13:13
Sun, Aug 23, 2015
Duration: 34 mins 54 secs
Our testimonies do not validate God’s faithfulness, they merely bear witness to it. His faithfulness stands alone and sustains us as we journey with Him, and we give Him honour and praise as we share how He has done this. We can trust in God’s faithfulness in the promises that Jesus is coming back again for us, that salvation is a free gift based on Christ’s work on the cross, and that God is for us. Let us not be against Him! Additional Scriptures: Ephesians 2:8-10; Romans 8:31; 1 Peter 2:9; Acts 1:11; 2 Peter 3:8-9; Matthew 24:36, 42; Isaiah 45:9; Hebrews 12:5-11; Genesis 15:1; Romans 8:17; Acts 14:22; Isaiah 43:1, 4; Titus 2:11-14; Jude 1:17-21.
Sun, Aug 16, 2015
Duration: 33 mins 31 secs
Drawing near to God is a privilege and invitation open to everyone through Jesus. The book of Hebrews shows us how we can draw near God’s throne to worship and find what we need in our time of need, in full assurance of faith through Jesus, not through our own works. God invites us to call Him Father! Additional Scriptures: Genesis 15:1, Hebrews 4:16, 7:25, 10:1&22, 13:5; 2 Samuel 14:14, Romans 10:13, James 4:8, Matthew 17:20, Ephesians 2:8-10, Romans 3:11, 1 Corinthians 1:26-31, 2 Corinthians 3:14-16, Galatians 4:6
Sun, Aug 09, 2015
Series: Topical
Duration: 42 mins 18 secs
Why pray? Prayer brings heaven into the ordinary. What does it mean to pray in the name of Jesus? Praying humbly, confidently, authoritatively and intimately. We have the right to pray because of Jesus. "Learning to pray doesn't offer us a less busy life, it offers us a less busy heart" (Paul Miller). James 5:14-16, 1 John 5:13-15, Acts 4:7-12, Philippians 2:9-10, Matthew 6:5-7, Hebrews 4:15-16, Hebrews 10:22-23, Romans 8:15, 8:26-27
Sun, Aug 02, 2015
Passage: John 15:1-16
Series: Topical
Duration: 16 mins 13 secs
Why pray? Prayer brings heaven into the ordinary. What does it mean to pray in the name of Jesus? Praying humbly, confidently, authoritatively and intimately. We have the right to pray because of Jesus. "Learning to pray doesn't offer us a less busy life, it offers us a less busy heart" (Paul Miller). James 5:14-16, 1 John 5:13-15, Acts 4:7-12, Philippians 2:9-10, Matthew 6:5-7, Hebrews 4:15-16, Hebrews 10:22-23, Romans 8:15, 8:26-27
Sun, Jun 21, 2015
Series: Topical
Duration: 38 mins 20 secs
God is personal and all-knowing (omniscient). He formed you and knows your name. God is always present (omnipresent). God is all-powerful (omnipotent). God is redemptive and loving. We serve a powerful and almighty God. When he says, "If He is for us who can be against us?" we can absolutely believe that this truly is the God who can deliver on that promise.
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