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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

God's everlasting promise

7/21/2019
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Charlie Skrine - Guilt and sin often makes us think that there is no way to restore our relationship with God. After explaining the rescue of God’s people through Jesus’ suffering and death, Isaiah now turns to persuade us that God means it when he offers forgiveness: our creator wants to marry his people and promises to make them secure forever.

Duration:00:28:53

God's everlasting promise

7/21/2019
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Aneirin Glyn - A glorious city, full of a multitude from the nations, safe with their compassionate Lord. This chapter describes for us the stunning effects of the servant’s work.

Duration:00:30:30

The experience of this ministry

7/21/2019
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William Taylor - What does it feel like to experience resurrection power in Christian ministry? Paul tells us it feels like death. God deliberately works to keep the Christian weak so that all power in ministry is seen to be his alone. This message is what keeps Paul from losing heart, but it differs radically from that of pedlars of false gospels down through the ages.

Duration:00:38:06

The servant's success

7/14/2019
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Charlie Skrine - At the centre of God’s plan for the world is the brutal death of a despised, rejected man. But he is God’s servant Jesus comes to carry our guilt and punishment. Isaiah places the crucifixion at the very heart of God’s dealings with the world and wants to persuade us to trust it entirely and proclaim it to the ends of the earth.

Duration:00:35:45

The servant's success

7/14/2019
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Aneirin Glyn - Can there be true and lasting comfort for us? Isaiah directs our gaze to one who is despised yet exalted, numbered with transgressors yet innocent, dying yet his days prolonged, crushed yet victorious.

Duration:00:31:54

The practice of this ministry

7/14/2019
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William Taylor - There always are great pressures for individual Christians and for gospel churches to step back from the clear and straight forward speaking of the gospel of Jesus. Paul is concerned for his readers in Corinth that they do not lose heart, grow weary, or lack courage for this kind of ministry—which is the only true gospel ministry!

Duration:00:40:04

God's surprising future

7/7/2019
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Mickey Mantle - "Wake up, Lord!” Our outward circumstances as God’s people can cause us think the Lord has forgotten us. The exiled people of Israel doubted both God’s goodness and his power. The Lord’s answer in this passage is that it is his people, and not him, who needs to wake up! They and we need to wake up to the magnitude of his salvation that has now been revealed through his servant. It is a rescue that surpasses anything the Lord has done in the past. It is the rescue that deals...

Duration:00:37:48

God's surprising future

7/7/2019
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Aneirin Glyn - What is the gospel, what difference does it make and how should we respond? In this passage, the good news is delivered.

Duration:00:33:07

The practice of this ministry

7/7/2019
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William Taylor - There are so many push factors away from genuine gospel ministry, and so many pull factors towards something different—it is a wonder that anyone completes the course. Paul writes this passage to align the reader with enduring and authentic gospel work. This is perfect material for the weary gospel worker; he wants us to keep at it.

Duration:00:39:24

God's surprising servant

6/30/2019
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William Taylor - God promises a servant who will accomplish his salvation. The servant is to be both human and divine, both frail and invincible, both despised and honoured. His ministry will span time and space. It will reach to the furthest beaches and to the highest mountains. His ministry will be advanced by his word which will pierce with the accuracy of the most carefully targeted arrow. His ministry will embrace all peoples and summon every nation to benefit from the blessings he...

Duration:00:38:07

God's surprising servant (with Q&A)

6/30/2019
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William Taylor - God promises a servant who will accomplish his salvation. The servant is to be both human and divine, both frail and invincible, both despised and honoured. His ministry will span time and space. It will reach to the furthest beaches and to the highest mountains. His ministry will be advanced by his word which will pierce with the accuracy of the most carefully targeted arrow. His ministry will embrace all peoples and summon every nation to benefit from the blessings he...

Duration:00:50:43

The Lord, he is faithful

6/30/2019
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Charlie Skrine - 1 Kings 19 is the turning point of the whole Old Testament. Will God go on giving Israel second chances, or can his patience be pushed too far? Through Elijah’s disappointment with his own generation, we learn the need to turn back to God while there is still time.

Duration:00:41:58

God's new things (with Q&A)

6/23/2019
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William Taylor - God's salvation of his people always comes hand in hand with his judgement of those who stand against him. In the Bible, Babylon is the epitome of those who resist God and seek to construct a prideful life without reference to him. However, God insists that he will humble Babylon by overthrowing her, leaving her impotent and unable to be saved.

Duration:00:45:04

God's new things

6/23/2019
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William Taylor - God's salvation of his people always comes hand in hand with his judgement of those who stand against him. In the Bible, Babylon is the epitome of those who resist God and seek to construct a prideful life without reference to him. However, God insists that he will humble Babylon by overthrowing her, leaving her impotent and unable to be saved.

Duration:00:36:55

The Lord, he is God

6/23/2019
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Charlie Skrine - What is the most basic decision a human being can make? Elijah asks, 'Who is your God?' In a world that says it doesn't matter who you follow, 1 Kings 18 reminds us that it makes no sense to follow anything other than the real and merciful God.

Duration:00:42:18

The almost servant

6/16/2019
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William Taylor - In spite of Israel's abject failure, God's sovereignty and commitment to his plan of salvation remains evident in his ability to raise up the foreign ruler Cyrus and to use him for his purpose. It should fill us with confidence and humility as we bow to him and follow him. 'Turn to me and be saved, all the ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other.'

Duration:00:39:23

The almost servant

6/16/2019
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William Taylor - In spite of Israel's abject failure, God's sovereignty and commitment to his plan of salvation remains evident in his ability to raise up the foreign ruler Cyrus and to use him for his purpose. It should fill us with confidence and humility as we bow to him and follow him. 'Turn to me and be saved, all the ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other.'

Duration:00:42:39

The Lord, he is merciful

6/16/2019
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Charlie Skrine - Is God right to care about our sin? Do we try and hide from him and hope he doesn't notice, or should we go to him with our sin and hope for mercy? This passage gives us lessons from the worst king Israel ever had on how to get life after death.

Duration:00:37:54

The idolatrous servant (with implication panel)

6/9/2019
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Tim Sheppard - We all know that idolatry is wrong, so why are we so prone to adopt the idols of our culture? Because so often our conception of idolatry is too bare. In a passage that is both comedic and shocking, Isaiah colours in our understanding of idolatry and leaves us ever more grateful for the living God of the Bible.

Duration:00:44:44