Category Archives: English

Paul’s Letter to the Philippians – 02 (“Paul’s Praise of the Saints at Philippi”)

[Message: Kobus van der Walt (Three Rivers Baptist Church – 07 April 2019)] SCRIPTURE READING: Phil.1:11- (ESV) ~ “Paul and Timothy, servants of Christ Jesus, To all the saints in Christ Jesus who are at Philippi, with the overseers and deacons: 2 Grace to you … Continue reading

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Paul’s Letter to the Philippians – 01 (“Servants of Christ Jesus”)

[Message: Kobus van der Walt (Three Rivers Baptist Church – 30 March 2019)] INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND: In approximately A.D. 61 the apostle Paul was under house arrest in Rome and while there, he received a love gift, or a care package, … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 08 (“I Am the True Vine”)

Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 08 (“I Am the True Vine”)  (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 24 March 2019) 1. INTRODUCTION: During the previous 7 Sundays, we’ve been looking at seven “I AM”statements by … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 05 (“I Am the Good Shepherd”)

 (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 03 March 2019) INTRODUCTION: We are reading in the Gospel of John again today and we are looking at the 8 “I Am” statements of John. Seven times, … Continue reading

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10 Things the Woman Married to Your Pastor Wants You to Know

AUGUST 10, 2018  | Shari Thomas  Lucas and Mia were a natural fit for the small but growing church in Tribeca. Everyone knew them for their vibrant personalities. Lucas demonstrated leadership finesse. Mia had an exceptional ability to winsomely engage cynics … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 07 (“I Am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life”)

Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 07 (“I Am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life”)  (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 17 March 2019) SCRIPTURE READING: John 14:1-14 ~ “Let not your hearts be … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 06 (“I Am the Resurrection and Life”)

 (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 10 March 2019) INTRODUCTION: So many times, when attending a funeral service of a friend or a family member, we hear beautiful tributes about the deceased and empty … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 05 (“I Am the Good Shepherd”)

 (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 03 March 2019) INTRODUCTION: We are reading in the Gospel of John again today and we are looking at the 8 “I Am” statements of John. Seven times, … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 04 (“I Am the Door of the Sheep”)

 (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 24 February 2019) INTRODUCTION: In today’s teaching, we will be looking at the 4th“I AM” statement by Jesus. He again uses Old Testament language to define His own … Continue reading

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Jesus’ “I Am” Statements – 03 (“Before Abraham, I Am”)

 (Message by Kobus van der Walt, Three Rivers Baptist Church – Sunday, 17 February 2019) INTRODUCTION: There was much confusion among the Jews at the time that Jesus was teaching at the Temple,about His identity. Some rejected Jesus’ claims outright. … Continue reading

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