There is Another King
We worship kings and queens today. Everyone does, somewhere in their lives. Whether the king within or the megastar without. Whether the powers of this world or a simply seductive secular world view.
But those who are humbly repentant and gratefully redeemed are discovering that there is another King, one who is not of this world, whose kingdom will never end, who alone is truly worthy of our worship, before whom every knee will bow and every tongue confess, the King of all kings. His name is Jesus.
David's short message on Christmas Day. In Luke 1:26-38 Mary is visited by the angel with two pieces of mysterious and life-giving news. It's all about another King whose kingdom will never end.
David reflects on Paul's song in Philippians 2:5-11 about another King, one before whom all will bow. It's a story of riches to rags to riches and can be our story too.
David's short Christmas message at our annual Carol Service.
David's short Christmas message at our annual Christmas Family Service.
David compares Matthew 4, John 18 and Mark 1 to discover that Jesus invites us into a Kingdom not of this world.
David looks at Acts 17 and the accusation that Christians denied Caesar's decrees and worshipped another King, one called Jesus.