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Sunday sermons from Reality Church London by Pastor Bijan Mirtolooi and others. We are a community following Jesus, seeking the renewal of our city. For more information, please visit www.RealityChurch.London or email us at info@realitychurch.london
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Continuing our four-part series, Pastor Bijan examines the encounter between God and Moses at the burning bush. In this we see the wonders of God as he meets with his people and challenges them to do things which would be impossible without faith.
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This week we start a new sermon series at RCL. Throughout the next few weeks we will look at people from the Old Testament whose lives were dramatically changed when they encountered God. This week we see how this plays out in the life of Jacob.
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This week Pastor Bijan continues our series looking at rhythms and practices which mark out the renewed life. Particularly, focusing on the topic of waiting and what does it look like for the Christian to be in a season of waiting in their day to day life.
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Jesus’ question posed here exposes our worry and the fragility of the foundation of our lives. The themes around idolatry as a form of salvation (to calm our worries) could be explored. The need for certainty for the future given that Jesus links our worry and fear to trying to stay alive longer. It exposes concern for the future.…
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In this sermon, Pastor Bijan picks back up our series through the book of Ephesians. Exploring Paul's great prayer at the end of Chapter 3. In this prayer, Paul's desire is that the church would know and experience the great truths of the gospel.
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Jesus’ first miracle is called a sign, something that points beyond itself to a greater reality. This story is a sign of what Jesus gives to his followers: joy overflowing. At Christmas we sing ‘joy to the world’, and this passage shows us how we can experience the joy that Jesus gives.
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This week, Efrem Buckle the training and mentoring director at London City Mission joins us this week as we continue our look through the book of Ephesians. The same gospel that reconciles people to God also reconciles people to each other. The gospel can tear down any ways erected between peoples today.…
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God gives his people commands because he longs for their joy. Every ‘law’ from God is a manifestation of his love for his people and the world he made. Growing in maturity as a follower of Jesus means obedience to God’s commands from a place of delight, not merely duty.
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According to the bible, work and rest go hand in hand. God is serious about rest. During the exodus of the Israelites out from captivity by the Egyptians, God told His people that not only was he bringing them out of captivity but that also he would bring them into the promised land, the land of rest.…
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In 1 Peter 2, Peter describes the whole church — not just clergy — as ‘priests’. This is just one of many places in the Bible which points to the doctrine of the ‘priesthood of all believers’. In all of our work we are called to worship God and serve others. If work can be worship that means the old divide between ‘secular’ and ‘spiritual’ vocation…
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Genesis 3 shows us the impact of sin on work. As we saw last week, work was once a delight, but now it can feel like drudgery and duty. Gen 11 shows us that instead of looking to God, human beings seek an identity from what they build, what they do with their hands. This sermon will not only explore the impact of sin and the fall on work, but also …
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God placed humankind in the Garden of Eden to work itand take care of it (Genesis 2v15). Interestingly, the words “work” and “care” are often used in the bible to describe the priest’s service to God in tabernacle worship.. The point Genesis is making, then, is that in Eden the function of tending the Garden was itself an act of worship and service…
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Paul’s great hope, even in the mist of suffering and opposition, is the awareness thatChrist will return. Such confident hope in the future transforms our life in thepresent. Christ left the glory and comfort of heaven and came to earth, so that ourcitizenship could be in heaven.
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Paul here describes ambition in a godly sense, “pressing on toward the goal forwhich God has called me…” In a city like New York ambition is rampant. Thissermon can distinguish between selfish and godly ambition. Christians can prizeChrist as their ultimate treasure because we were the joy (treasure) that Christpursued through his death on the cros…
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Paul recommends Timothy and Epaphroditus as examples of Christian brotherly kindness, showing what it means to put others ahead of oneself. Christians can serve others, even risking our lives for others, because Christ gave himself up for us.
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‘Grumbling’ here means complaining, offering unbalanced criticism, and an overallunwillingness to be helpful. Such attitudes and speech are not in line with the gospeland contribute to disunity in any community. Christ is God’s gracious word to us,enabling us to speak gracious and life-giving words to others. Join us today as guest preacher Mike So…
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The key to unity in the church is each person developing humility that is patternedafter Christ’s example. Christ’s humiliation leads to his exaltation. That’s thepattern all Christian relationships should be based off of (1 John 4:10-11). Join us today as Bijan encourages us to seek unity through humility all the while looking to Jesus.…
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Today Pastor Jeremy Treat, teaches us about Paul's explosive statement in the first chapter of Philippians. To live is Christ, to die is gain. Exploring the practical implications of this statement and the fundamental reality of what it looks like to be securely united to the risen Lord, Jesus Christ.…
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As Paul begins his letter he does so with gratitude and joy for the church in Philippi.Joy should be one of the main characteristics that mark the people of God, even asthey partner together to serve God in their city. The cross of Christ brings about anew family (cf. Eph 2). That new family works together to advance the gospel, all inanticipation …
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Our passage today does not say everything that happens is good. It says that God works all things for good for his people, culminating in their glorification — safe with him in his kingdom forever as their truest selves. To know deep down that God is working all things for good provides hope and peace even as we walk through the fiercest storms…
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