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One thing matters; taking the time to listen to Jesus. Every week we gather together on Sundays to hear God speak through the Bible. This podcast is a feed of our three English speaking talks from our Sunday services. We are a church based in the heart of the City of London. Visit www.st-helens.org.uk or download our apps on iOS and Android, to access thousands of talks and other resources.

One thing matters; taking the time to listen to Jesus. Every week we gather together on Sundays to hear God speak through the Bible. This podcast is a feed of our three English speaking talks from our Sunday services. We are a church based in the heart of the City of London. Visit www.st-helens.org.uk or download our apps on iOS and Android, to access thousands of talks and other resources.
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One thing matters; taking the time to listen to Jesus. Every week we gather together on Sundays to hear God speak through the Bible. This podcast is a feed of our three English speaking talks from our Sunday services. We are a church based in the heart of the City of London. Visit www.st-helens.org.uk or download our apps on iOS and Android, to access thousands of talks and other resources.

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Episodes

Controlled by love (with Q&A)

12/20/2019
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2 Corinthians 5:13-15 - Phillip Jensen (6pm)

Duration:01:01:11

No other God

5/12/2019
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Tim Sheppard - In what do we place our hope? When life is hard, we may be prone to place our hope in the idols of those around us. However Isaiah is determined to expose the folly of idolatry and to show us that God's power is at work for us.

Duration:00:36:23

No other God

5/12/2019
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Aneirin Glyn - When danger is near, what is the difference between God and idols? Isaiah 41 shows us which to trust and why.

Duration:00:34:13

Grace sufficient?

5/12/2019
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Gwilym Davies - Is grace enough? You might think, 'of course it is enough, how could you even doubt it?' But what if we rephrase the question: is the kind of grace where the Lord freely chooses, for no reason other than his character, to forgive us? Is that enough? Will that rescue us? We'll see from Exodus that glorious though that grace is, we need more: we need the sort of grace that is going to do something to change us. Grace must mean more.

Duration:00:47:01

Behold your God

5/5/2019
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Tim Sheppard - So many promises we hear are clearly overreaching—is the same true with the good news of Jesus? Has God overreached? Isaiah isn't just interested in our ability to answer the question, but to convince us to our very core of God's infinite power, and so we're given some of the most remarkable pictures of God in the whole of the Bible.

Duration:00:32:49

Behold your God

5/5/2019
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Aneirin Glyn - Where is God? Does he care? To answer the questions we ask when life is hurting, Isaiah 40:12-31 sets before us our great God who is for us.

Duration:00:37:06

Finding grace

5/5/2019
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Gwilym Davies - What do we need to get us back to God? To try harder? To repent rightly? The amazing grace of God? A mediator? Exodus 33 insists that we need something more. We need a new Moses, a better Moses. We need Jesus.

Duration:00:41:31

God's great rescue

4/28/2019
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Tim Sheppard - When we live in such a broken world, how do we deal with the logical and emotional hurdles to believing the fantastic promises of the gospel? How do we convince our hearts of something so foreign to our experience? Isaiah 40-55 begins with three striking pictures to persuade our hearts that God is bringing an almost unbelievable rescue.

Duration:00:30:32

God's great rescue

4/28/2019
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Aneirin Glyn - What can bring comfort in a broken, hurting and sinful world? In this passage, we are exhorted: “Behold your God!”

Duration:00:36:22

Falling from grace

4/28/2019
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Gwilym Davies - How big a problem is a broken relationship with God? How easy is it to fix? Exodus 32-34 are some of the most foundational chapters in the Bible, written to give hope to people who had become God's enemies. But before they give hope, they name the problem. And so despite our tendency to play down the problem and to hunt out easy solutions, this chapter teaches us that a broken relationship with God is catastrophic.

Duration:00:40:12

Easter Sunday

4/21/2019
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Charlie Skrine - Charlie Skrine preaches on John 21 during Easter Sunday.

Duration:00:32:10

Good Friday

4/19/2019
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William Taylor - William Taylor preaches on John 12:27-36 on Good Friday.

Duration:00:21:29

The gospel of God's people (with Q&A)

4/14/2019
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Mickey Mantle - Paul’s concern in this letter is that the Galatians stay free through the gospel of grace. In his closing words, he first exposes the enslaver's selfish motives, then tells the Galatians to resist those who want to bring them under the slavery of the law, and finally shows the way of freedom: boasting in the cross of Christ alone.

Duration:00:47:52

The gospel of God's people (with Q&A)

4/14/2019
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Mickey Mantle - Paul’s concern in this letter is that the Galatians stay free through the gospel of grace. In his closing words, he first exposes the enslaver's selfish motives, then tells the Galatians to resist those who want to bring them under the slavery of the law, and finally shows the way of freedom: boasting in the cross of Christ alone.

Duration:00:42:32

God's suffering to save

4/14/2019
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Richard Dryer - We long for the joy of victory and we dread the despair of defeat. What is extraordinary, however, is that Jesus was willing to taste both the full depths of human sorrow and the ultimate victory for us. His sorrow is our hope and his victory means ultimately defeating sorrow and sin for us.

Duration:00:32:54

The gospel that reaps

4/7/2019
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Mickey Mantle - The gospel of justification by faith in Christ is not a theory for the classroom. It means Christ lives in us by his Spirit and enables us to keep in step with the Spirit. Paul shows us that this change will include a transformed view of other Christians, of God’s word, and of our future.

Duration:00:31:58

The gospel that reaps

4/7/2019
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Mickey Mantle - The gospel of justification by faith in Christ is not a theory for the classroom. It means Christ lives in us by his Spirit and enables us to keep in step with the Spirit. Paul shows us that this change will include a transformed view of other Christians, of God’s word, and of our future.

Duration:00:31:28

God's promise to save

4/7/2019
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Richard Dryer - The gospel is good news. We know that, but we don’t always feel it. In Isaiah 52 God calls us to wake-up, not just to the fact of his salvation or the power of it, but to the joy of being saved.

Duration:00:29:18

The fruitful gospel

3/31/2019
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Mickey Mantle - Paul is confident that the Galatians will reject the pressure to return to the slavery of being justified by the law. But how should the Galatians now live? Their freedom from the law does not mean a freedom to indulge the flesh. Rather, they are to love like Christ and do so by keeping in step with the Spirit of Christ.

Duration:00:33:16

The fruitful gospel

3/31/2019
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Mickey Mantle - Paul is confident that the Galatians will reject the pressure to return to the slavery of being justified by the law. But how should the Galatians now live? Their freedom from the law does not mean a freedom to indulge the flesh. Rather, they are to love like Christ and do so by keeping in step with the Spirit of Christ.

Duration:00:33:23