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Calvary Chapel Sydney is a church located in Castle Hill, Sydney Australia. We are committed to loving and accepting all people. We are a Christian church and we enjoy a casual, family atmosphere. We teach through the Bible verse by verse to receive the whole counsel of God. Jesus says in Matthew 11:28, “Come to Me, all you who labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” This rest Jesus promises is what we offer to all through the Gospel. Our purpose is to love God, love people, a ...
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In the conclusion of Paul's second letter to the Thessalonians, he provided practical guidance in keeping Christian traditions given by Christ. Rather than being idle or busybodies, they were to be praying and guided by God's love and patience as they worked--which included warning unruly believers. Knowing the God of peace is faithful to give beli…
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Today we conclude our series 'Sovereign God' as we look at the final chapter of Joseph's life. Joseph's father is dead and the brothers are worried what will happen. How will Joseph treat them now? Join us as we the impact of God's sovereignty in Joseph's life. Passage: Genesis 50:15-21द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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Synopsis: In this chapter Paul comforted troubled believers by reminding them of what he said previously, that before the Day of the LORD there would be clear signs that preceded it--including the Rapture of the church and the revelation of the antichrist. Knowledge of prophetic events and the coming of Jesus ought to comfort believers and compel u…
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We live in a self-centred world where everything is about me. And so when things don't go to our plan, our whole world crumbles. But what if there was a bigger story to this all and we weren't the main character? It's hard to fathom but how much would it change our perspective if that were the truth? Join us today as we continue our story in life o…
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In Paul's second letter to the church in Thessalonica, he commended them for their growing faith, love, patience and endurance in tribulations. Paul wrote to encourage believers and correct misunderstandings that arose from his first letter. Knowing Jesus will return to bring vengeance upon unbelievers and the disobedient, Christians ought to live …
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We continue our series 'Sovereign God' in Genesis as we follow the life of Joseph. Joseph has been made the second most powerful man in Egypt. His life has hit a new high and his future is set, but then the past comes back to meet him. How does Joseph respond? Join us to find out. God bless. Passage: Genesis 42-45…
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Jesus shows faithfulness to His disciples in the midst of the raging storm despite their lack of faith. As Christians, we can go through “storms” in our lives. However, we have an Almighty God who is always faithful to show His grace and mercy to us in the midst of our trials.Verses in order of appearance: · Matthew 8:23-27· 2 Corinthians 5:7· Matt…
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As we continue our story of Joseph in Genesis, we see Joseph go from being the beloved son to being sold as a slave to a foreign official, to being made the head slave to be thrown into prison due to wrongful accusations to being made the head prisoner. What a rollercoaster of a life. What has God got next? We are reminded that even though we can o…
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Synopsis: Even as we who believe have entered into God’s rest, we are exhorted to be diligent to enter and not fall short due to unbelief and the deceitfulness of sin. By faith, we can enter into the fullness of the Christian life.Verses in order of appearance:Hebrews 3:7-19Matt 13:22James 2:18-19Hebrews 4:12-131 Cor 10:12Deuteronomy 1:21-22Numbers…
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The story of Joseph shows us that even when we do the right thing, bad things can happen. This week, we look at Joseph as he goes from slavery to prisoner, as his life situation gets worse - and yet this is in the plans of God - just not revealed yet. Join us as we continue to walk through the story of Joseph and our sovereign God. God bless. Passa…
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In Paul's conclusion to this epistle, he presented clear guidance concerning God's will for Christians to follow as children of the day. Knowing Jesus died for us so we can live together with Him, we are comforted and edified even in the midst of troubles as we rejoice always, pray without ceasing and in everything give thanks.Verses in order of ap…
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Today we start a new series titled "Sovereign God" as we look at the life of Joseph in Genesis. We begin with setting the scene and realise that there are things in life that we choose and there are things in life that choose us. But in amongst it all, God is in control. Join us as we begin this new series "Sovereign God". Passage: Genesis 37:1-36…
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In his letter to the church in Thessalonica, Paul urged them to sanctify themselves to increasingly walk in love and holiness before the LORD. He revealed to people who suffered persecution and sorrowed over Christians who had passed away the glorious gathering of all believers to Jesus in the rapture, and urged them to comfort one another with the…
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Thank you for joining us on our 11th year anniversary. What a ride it has been. Join us today as we reflect, honour and give thanks for who God is and what God has done for our church and community. Passage: 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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Paul wrote to the church in Thessalonica to encourage them and that they not be shaken by their afflictions, for they had been appointed to endure and remain fruitful despite affliction. In this world we will have tribulation and afflictions, yet we can be cheerful because Jesus has overcome, is working in and through us for good, and will deliver …
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Thank you for joining us today on a very special day where we have the commissioning service for one of our pastors, Pastor James who will be heading to Cambodia for 6 months on missions. God called and James answered. God desires obedience and He will do the rest - this is what God promises. Join us as we farewell Pastor James on his mission. Pass…
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Synopsis: In his letter to the church of Thessalonica, Paul reminded the church of his suffering, blameless conduct and boldness to share the Gospel of Jesus. Like a loving mother, encouraging father and dear brother, Paul cared for the Thessalonians who were His hope, joy and crown. The word of God that worked in Paul and the Thessalonians also wo…
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One of the most talked about topics currently circulating our society is one of gender and identity. There is much being said but I wonder if we are clear on what scripture says about it. Agree with it or not, let's be clear on God's position on gender and identity through scripture. That's our aim today. Join us today. God bless. Passage: Genesis …
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After a brief season of ministry spanning weeks in Thessalonica, Paul penned this letter in response to a good report he received from Timothy who consequently visited them. Despite suffering great affliction, the word of God and the faith of the new Christians in Thessalonica sounded forth and their boldness revealed the power of Jesus Christ who …
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We continue our 'Family Matters' series where this week we talk about the topic of purity. Our God is a holy God and desires for us to be holy and pure, yet we find ourselves contaminating ourselves and areas of our lives with the things of this world. Why does God call us to live a life of purity? And what does a life of sexual purity look like in…
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Synopsis: In the conclusion to Paul's letter, he personally greeted and commended fellow Christians and faithful labourers in the service to the LORD. Through faith in Jesus who is wisdom for us, believers are enriched by close relationships with God and other believers. We are called to take heed to ourselves that we live for God's glory by obeyin…
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In the month of May, here at The Chapel Sydney, we focus in on family matters, whether it be marriage, parenting, family - all things family and to see what God says about it. This year, we look at some more difficult and uncommon topics around sex and sexuality. Today, we begin by looking at sex and where sex fits within God's kingdom. Sadly, sex …
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By faith in God, Paul was confident the believers in Rome were spiritually fruitful and capable by the Holy Spirit. Having preached the Gospel in places where Jesus was unknown, Paul expressed his desire to meet with the Romans and be refreshed together by their mutual faith in Jesus. Paul went in the fullness of the blessing of the Gospel of Chris…
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Our becoming comes out of our belonging. When we understand our identity and who we belong to today, then naturally we will move into becoming. But can we do it alone? No. What's the role of community? Join us as we learn what it means to become together. Passage: Ecclesiastes 4:9-12द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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Paul shows how the Gospel and Jesus Christ are to guide and inspire us to live to please others rather than ourselves. Through the patience and comfort of the scriptures we have hope, and this unites Christians to glorify God with one mouth and one mind as Christ's body, the church. Praise our God of hope who fills us with all joy and peace in beli…
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To be healthy, we must all make choices that grow towards that health. We must be intentional, giving of time and space and have clear outcomes that we are moving towards. Being a Christian is the same. The goal? To be more like Jesus everyday. How do we become like Jesus? We've got to train. Join us today we look at what it means to train in our s…
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Synopsis: Every Christian has faith and knowledge, and we need guidance from God in our relationships with fellow Christians. Our natural tendency is to judge others rather then humbling ourselves, loving and building others up. By faith in Jesus, we are to resolve to no longer condemn or stumble other Christians but to love them and pursue what ma…
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Today, we start a new series, called Becoming. As our church prepares to launch Become groups in May, Steve and I thought it was timely to teach on it, to help you to understand why 'become', and why this is an important practice of our faith. Whether you know it or not, with or without intention, you are becoming something. Depending on the choice…
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Synopsis: The Bible is filled with hard sayings that confront us because we need to change, and by the power of Jesus Christ we can learn to walk in the way that pleases God: being subject to authority, honest with our money, giving honour to those honour is due, and loving one another as Jesus loves us. It is time to wake up from sleep, cast off w…
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The Bible contains several accounts of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and how He presented Himself alive to disciples with many infallible proofs. Based on the truth of God's word and the power of the Holy Spirit, we have all confidence our risen Saviour lives. May all the world come to know and believe in Jesus who has overcome sin and death by …
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Happy Easter everyone. Today we conclude our series in Mark with the final chapter - the most dramatic chapter - the resurrection of Jesus. Why is this important? Join us today as we conclude our series in Mark and celebrate the risen Jesus. Passage: Mark 16:1-8द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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Jesus was crucified with robbers that seemed beyond saving, but Jesus is a Saviour and KING who lay down His life as a sacrifice for lost sinners in fulfillment of God's promises in Scripture. On Good Friday Jesus died and was buried in a tomb, and thus set the stage to confirm beyond doubt His miraculous resurrection days later.Verses in order of …
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Synopsis: Paul continues his letter to Roman believers with a portrait of what presenting ourselves as living sacrifices to God, being transformed by the renewing of our minds, and doing God's will looks like in relationships with others. We are to love without hypocrisy, for those who love has fulfilled the law. Loving one another with humility is…
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Having established God's mercy and grace extended to all through the Gospel, Paul implores believers to present themselves as living sacrifices to God, being transformed by the renewing of our minds. While this is God's work, followers of Jesus are held responsible to adopt God's perspective and live like the new creatures He has made us, guided by…
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Are you ready for the end? It's not really something that we think about a lot. But why not? Should this not be of concern for us? Should we not be at least interested about what the end of the world looks like and what it means for us? Jesus addresses this in Mark 13. Join us to see what Jesus has to say about the end. God bless. Passage: Mark 13…
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Synopsis: In this chapter, Paul explains God's redemptive purpose in Israel's rejection of Jesus the Messiah, and how by grafting the Gentiles into God's people by the Gospel would draw Israel to Himself for salvation. God had not cut off Israel for rejecting Him, for His gifts and calling are irrevocable. In light of God's wisdom beyond fathom and…
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As we continue our series in the Gospel of Mark, we ask ourselves the question - how do we go to God? In today's passage, we see a clear comparison between two groups of people in their quest to go to God. Maybe this is a question that you have asked yourself. Join us as we unpack it together through Mark 10. God bless. Passage: Mark 10:13-32…
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After Paul established God's sovereignty and choice to offer salvation freely by grace, in this chapter Paul focuses on man's responsibility to respond to the Gospel by faith in Jesus to receive salvation. Though Israel had rejected Jesus God had not cast them off, but as Paul proved by being born again God has reserved for Himself a remnant who wi…
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Synopsis: Paul shifts gears in this chapter to declare that God's word and purposes stand, and how the choices of our sovereign Creator are established by His power according to His wisdom. Paul explained how God's election is not based on the merit of those chosen, but by God to fulfill His purposes from beginning to end. Rather than finding fault…
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Jesus calls everyone to follow him and be his disciples. However, is there a cost and if there is what is it? And is it worth it? Join us today as we continue in our Mark series and we discover by denying ourselves and taking up our cross, we can follow Jesus Christ... and it is definitely worth it. Passage: Mark 8:34-38…
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Having established there is no condemnation for followers of Jesus Christ, we can rely on the Holy Spirit to sanctify us and helps us in our weaknesses in prayer. We can know all things work together for us, are more than overcomers through Jesus, and nothing can or will ever be able to separate us from the love of God. These Christian privileges a…
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Through the story of Jesus and Levi, we see the heart of Jesus, a friend of sinners. And through this, we see that the invitation to follow Jesus is extended to all. Will you accept his invitation today? Passage: Mark 2:13-17द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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Synopsis: By the resurrection power of Jesus, the Spirit of Christ lives in born-again believers and provides power for us to lead sanctified lives as children of God. What was impossible previously is now miraculously accomplished through the Spirit of God who lives in us and causes the light of Christ's glory to shine through us.Verses in order o…
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Join us today as we start our new series in the Gospel of Mark. Straight from the beginning we're introduced to the good news of Jesus the Messiah, today in Mark chapter 1, we answer two questions; who is Jesus and why did Jesus come. Passage: Mark 1:1-15द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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Synopsis: Through the Gospel a new way of living has opened to born again Christians, for we are dead to sin and to the law, and are made alive to God now under grace. Trying to overcome indwelling sin by the power of the flesh left us wretched and miserable, but the Gospel frees us from the dominion of the Law of Moses so we are free to serve God …
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As we conclude our 'Belong' series, we finish with an important idea of hospitality. What does it mean to open up our homes and how does that affect our hearts? Why is hospitality so important in our belonging? Join us as we finish our series 'Belong'. Passage: Hebrews 13:2द्वारा The Chapel Sydney
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