October 17, 2021
John Stott outlines from whom the invitation is sent; to whom it is addressed; what Jesus offers and what He asks from us.
October 10, 2021
John Stott shows us how the heavy burdens we carry in life can be taken from us when we trust Jesus Christ. John explains that in its place we take the light burden of obedience to Christ as our Lord.
October 3, 2021
John Stott uses the 'Lord's prayer' as a template for our prayer life showing that we can only bring our prayers to God as our Father when we have become His children through faith in Christ.
September 26, 2021
John Stott explains how praying is the Christian's greatest privilege. He warns us from Scripture how not to pray and encourages us as to how we should pray.
September 19, 2021
John Stott takes us to the Last Supper as Jesus explains to His disciples the significance of the bread and wine. John explains what Jesus meant when He asked for the cup [of suffering] to be taken from Him and why Jesus was forsaken by His Father.
September 12, 2021
John Stott explains why God cannot simply forgive our misdemeanours, as we would forgive one another, and why it was necessary for Jesus to die for us on the cross.
September 5, 2021
John Stott shows how as Christians we can put the cross of Christ between the devil and our conscience. But he also shows how it is possible to deaden our conscience to what God says which is what is meant by blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.
August 29, 2021
John Stott shows us that our conscience is what makes us different from the animal kingdom. He explains the place of our conscience in Christian conversion, Christian relationships and Christian maturity.
August 22, 2021
John Stott shows us how we need to use our minds in order to worship God. He also shows us that using our mind is necessary when we place our faith in Him for salvation and encourages us to repent of 'anti-intellectualism' in our Christian life.
August 15, 2021
John Stott explains that the mind is the central citadel of the human personality that directs our human operations. He sets God's purpose for us to think before we act against the current trend of emptying our minds in order to meditate.