Have you ever wondered what is happening in people’s brains when they are speaking in tongues? Is it made up, or can it be a miracle? Pastor Martin explores the science and meaning behind the phenomenon that has been recorded throughout history from the day of pentecost. But don’t let us convince you … find out for yourself. Talk given: Biennial Conference 2016, 13 March 2016...
Take the word of God as you hear it, don’t be so precious about how you hear it. Naaman had to wash in the Jordan River. He did not want to do this because he was too proud. But he did it and was healed. There will come a time when people will not endure sound doctrine. We need to have an ear to hear so we will grow and blossom. Talk given: 23 August 2015....
Jesus’ first two miracles set the scene for His purpose. In each case He appears reluctant: but only so that He can make us pause and realise that the miracle was speaking of a time that was not yet. He would first go through His ministry, be crucified, rise from the dead and then pour out the Holy Spirit – the fulfilment of His first two miracles. The miracles that Jesus first performed looked forward to the time of which He said his followers would be involved in: “greater works than these”.......
History repeats itself, each generation pulls down and puts back what they think is better. Generations of men come and go. God will judge all men and things done in the past. Would King Solomon have changed his life if he saw his future? He knew of God’s plan, but got caught up with his own ideas. We are the temple now. Talk given: June 2015....