Northside Evangelical Church Sermons

Northside Evangelical Church Sermons

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February 21, 2021 36 min
In the midst of his suffering Job is able to continue to be obedient. Job recognises that the nakedness of birth and death is a lesson to all to measure their life by trusting the ongoing provisions of God, not by comparing our suffering to others. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/hatch-and-dispatch-allan-quak-sermon-on-suffering-253585
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The first response after sin entered the world was that Adam and Eve instantaneously went from no-shame nakedness to shame-filled nakedness. Such nakedness caused them to hide themselves from each other, and also hide in fear from God. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-fall-effect-allan-quak-sermon-on-fall-253426
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Loving our neighbour as ourselves means not looking for loopholes in the way we act towards our neighbours, but to live knowing that every part of Scriptures hangs off the commands to love God and love our neighbour. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/your-neighbour-as-yourself-allan-quak-sermon-on-love-253119
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Our strength comes from being plugged into the strength of God. Loving God with all our strength means making sure we are putting on the full armour of God so that we can love God with a greater intensity, and a higher level of quality, and a superior abundance. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/all-your-strength-allan-quak-sermon-on-love-252929
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Our mind is our spiritual barometer. To love the Lord with all of our mind means making sure that the “mind” doesn’t simply justify what the heart loves and the will chooses, instead the mind makes the heart and will accountable to the written word. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/all-your-mind-allan-quak-sermon-on-renewal-252769
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Our soul is the totality of our actions and the consequences of our will, desire, and character. The world is at war for our soul. We love the Lord with all our soul by dedicating the totality of who we are to have victory in this war. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/all-your-soul-allan-quak-sermon-on-greatest-commandment-252616
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Our heart is the “vital centre” of our being – everything flows from our heart. In order to love God with “all our heart” we need to allow the Gospel to cut to our heart and bring our naturally deceitful heart into alignment with the heart of God. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/all-your-heart-allan-quak-sermon-on-gospel-252459
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God has promised Simeon that Simeon will see the Messiah. This promise is fulfilled when Mary comes to the temple to make an offering for purification. Simeon sings of the great comfort and peace we can all have. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/simeon-39-s-song-allan-quak-sermon-on-comfort-252305
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In support of the Angel who brought the message of salvation to the shepherds a host of angels sing about the true peace we can because the favour of God is towards us. Give Glory to God, you can have peace. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-angels-39-song-allan-quak-sermon-on-christmas-252274
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As young pregnant Mary faces the difficulties having to wear ridicule and moral judgement Mary humbly sings a powerful song where she glorifies God and rejoices in her Saviour. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/mary-39-s-song-allan-quak-sermon-on-christmas-251979
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In this parable Jesus teaches that entrance into eternity isn’t based on helping or ignoring a specific group of people. Entrance to eternity is based on the reception we have towards the Gospel message and Gospel messengers. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-sheep-and-the-goats-allan-quak-sermon-on-eternal-life-251565
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The key question being asked by this parable is, “Are you ready to meet Jesus?” This question confronts us with four spiritual truths. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-ten-virgins-allan-quak-sermon-on-ten-virgins-251426
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The main purpose of this parable is to get us to ask a question. Do we have this unique Jesus-character of pity and compassion? A Jesus-character that is at the heart of being a neighbour. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-good-samaritan-allan-quak-sermon-on-good-samaritan-251258
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Through this parable Jesus teaches that salvation is not found in comparative righteous. You can’t compare yourself, by looking down on others, and conclude you are justified. You can’t compare yourself, by looking up to others, and conclude you are not justified. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-pharisee-and-the-tax-collector-allan-quak-sermon-on-forgiveness-251073
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Through this parable Jesus calls the lost-but-now-found to be willing to carry the burden which comes with expending vigorous energy in order to bring about repentance and restoration. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/lost-and-found-allan-quak-sermon-on-lost-250906
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If we keep walking past “obvious unseen” people, and we keep doing “obvious unseen” actions, and we keep treating Scripture as an “obvious unseen” we will join the rich man. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-rich-man-and-lazarus-allan-quak-sermon-on-afterlife-250738
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Through this puzzling parable Jesus teaches disciples to act shrewdly by taking worldly examples bold and decisive action and learning from them. With the purpose of making a greater contribute towards eternity. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-dishonest-manager-allan-quak-sermon-on-shrewd-250571
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Guest speaker Gary continues this series on The Parables of Jesus in Pastor Allan's absence.
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Jesus tells a very point parable to confront the religious elite with the truth that their religious activities were not taking place in the vineyard that was doing the will of the Father. The true vineyard is only where Jesus is the vine. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-two-sons-allan-quak-sermon-on-obedience-250223
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The parables of the Mustard Seed and the Yeast encourage Kingdom members to expect growth and an abundant response to the Gospel, irrespective of, what may seem like, an insignificant beginning or effort. You can read the written sermon here: https://www.sermoncentral.com/sermons/the-mustard-seed-and-the-yeast-allan-quak-sermon-on-yeast-250115?ref=SermonSerps
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