Redeemer Edinburgh Sermons
By Redeemer Church Edinburgh
Redeemer Edinburgh SermonsNov 22, 2021
Philippians 4:1-9 - Living for Jesus
4th June 2023
Luke 12 & Philippians 4 - Generous and Sacrificial Giving in Gospel Partnership
14th May 2023
Philippians 2:12 - 30 - Humility Leads to Service
7th May 2023
Philippians 1:27 - 2:11 Striving for the Gospel
30th April 2023
Philippians 1:12-26 - Testimony of the Gospel
23rd April 2023
Philippians 1:1-11 - Partnership in the Gospel
16th April 2023
Easter Sunday 2023
9th April 2023
Ecclesiastes 11:7 - 12:14 - Live Life Before You Die!
26th March 2023
Ecclesiastes 9:13 - 11:6 - Live Life Wisely. Live Life Fully
19th March 2023
Ecclesiastes 8:1 - 9:12 - Enjoying Life Wisely
12th March 2023
Ecclesiastes 6:10 - 7:29 - Living Life Wisely in our Limitations
5th March 2023
Ecclesiastes 5:8 - 6:9 More Money, More Problems
26th February 2023
Psalm 69 - They Hated me Without Cause
19th February 2023
Ecclesiastes 5:1-7 - Listen Up!
12th February 2023
Ecclesiastes 4:1-16 - The Fogginess of Striving Alone
5th February 2023
Ecclesiastes 3:1-22 - Embracing our Limitations in God's Time
29th January 2023
Ecclesiastes 2:12-26 - Working wisely in the face of death
22nd January 2023
Ecclesiastes 1:12 - 2:26 - I Want it All!
15th January 2023
Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 - What's the Point?
8th January 2023
2 Corinthians 4:1-18 - Keep Heart & Carry On
1st January 2023
Romans 8:31-38 - Conquerors in Christ
18th December 2022
Romans 8:17-30 - Just You Wait...
11th December 2022
Romans 8:1-17 - Life in the Spirit
4th December 2022
Romans 7:13-25 - The Conflict of the Christian
27th November 2022
Romans 7:1-13 - Tension
20th November 2022
Romans 6: 15-23 - Slaves to Righteousness
13th November 2022
Romans 6: 1-14 - Remember Who You Are
6th November 2022
Romans 5: 12-21 - The New and Better Adam
30th October 2022
Romans 5: 1-11 - Rejoice in Christian Hope
23rd October 2022
John 15:1-11 - I am the True Vine
16th October 2022
Romans 3 & 4 - The Circumcision of God for the Heart
9th October 2022
Romans 3 - Am I Good Enough for God?
2nd October 2022
Proverbs - Friendship
25th September 2022
Romans 2:1-11 - 'You're included!'
11th September 2022
Romans 1:18-32 - Humanity's Great Exchange
4th September 2022
Romans 1:8-17 - The Power of God for Salvation
28th August 2022
21st August 2022
14th August 2022
7th August 2022
Hosea 2:2-23 - Despite Everything
31st July 2022
2 Samuel 9 - The Love of the King
24th July 2022
Psalm 123 - Lifting our Eyes to God Himself
17th July 2022
Psalm 122 - Lifting our Eyes to God's House
10th July 2022
Psalm 121 - Lifting our Eyes to God's Hill
3rd July 2022
Luke 13:18-21 - The Growing Kingdom!
26th June 2022
Luke 13:10-17 - The Glorious Kingdom
19th June 2022
Luke 12:22-53 - Jesus is Coming, Look Ready!
5th June 2022
Luke 12:22-34 - What the God of the Bible says to us in an Anxious World (Redeemer Guest Service)
29th May 2022
Luke 12:13-21 The Gain of Discipleship
22nd May 2022
15th May 2022
Luke 11:29-54 - Woeful Discipleship
8th May 2022
Luke 11:14-28 - Compelling Discipleship
1st May 2022
Daniel 11-12 - The God of the End
24th April 2022
17th April 2022
John 3:1-15 Regeneration
10th April 2022
Daniel 10 - God Strengthens You
3rd April 2022
Daniel 9 - The Gospel in Daniel
27th March 2022
Daniel 8 - The God of History
20th March 2022
"How do we know that what the Bible says is true?' - Q&A Service
13th March 2022
Daniel 7 - Beasts, Saints and One like the Son of Man
6th March 2022
Daniel 6 - Who's Really in Charge?
27th February 2022
Daniel 5 - Writing's on the Wall
20th February 2022
Psalm 19 - Creation Declares God's Glory
13th February 2022
Daniel 4 - God can humble anyone
6th February 2022
Daniel 3:1-30 - God's Deliverance
30th January 2022
Daniel 2:1-49 - God's Knowledge
23rd January 2022
Daniel 1:1-21 Discipleship with Distinction
16th January 2022
Daniel 1:1-7 - An Introduction to Daniel
9th January 2022
Ecclesiastes 3 - Living Life Freely
2nd January 2022
Redeemer Christmas Day Service
25th December 2021
A Thrill of Hope - Redeemer Christmas Carol Service
19th December 2021
Matthew 2:13-23 The Calling of Jesus
19th December 2021
Matthew 2:1-12 - The Sovereignty of Jesus
12th December 2021
Matthew 1:18-25 - The Mission of Christ
5th December 2021
Luke 15 - God's Joy in Saving Lost
21st November 2021
1 Peter 5:1-14 - When the Chief Shepherd Appears
14th November 2021
31st October 2021
24th October 2021
17th October 2021
1 Peter 4:1-11 - Living in the End Times in an Alien World
10th October 2021
1 Peter 3:8-22 - The Ready Answer
3rd October 2021
1 Peter 2:11-3:7 - Imperishable Beauty
26th September 2021
1 Peter 2: 4-10 Christ The Cornerstone
19th September 2021
1 Peter 1:22 - 2:3 - Longing & Loving
12th September 2021
1 Peter 1:13-21 - Imperishable Blood
5th September 2021
1 Peter 1:1-12 - Imperishable Inheritance
29th August 2021
1 Peter 1: 1-2 What is a Christian?
22nd August 2021
Psalm 24 - Where is God?
15th August 2021
8th August 2021
1st August 2021
25th July 2021
2 John (Part 2)
18th July 2021
2 John (v1-6)
11th July 2021
Psalm 115 - To God Be The Glory
4th July 2021
Psalm 1 - Blessed is the Man
27th June 2021
Ephesians 2:11-22 One in Christ
20th June 2021
Luke 11:1-13 - The Heart of Mission: Looking to God
13th June 2021
Luke 10:38-42 The Heart of Mission: Listening to Jesus
6th June 2021
Luke 10:25-37 The Heart of Mission
30th May 2021
Luke 10:1-24 Mission in Action
23rd May 2021
Luke 9:51-62 Jesus' Mission & The Cost of Discipleship
16th May 2021
Luke 9:37-50 True Greatness in God's Kingdom
9th May 2021
Luke 9:27-36 A Leader Worth my Attention
2nd May 2021
Luke 9:21-27 The Cost Of True Discipleship
25th April 2021
Luke 9:1-20 The Nature of True Discipleship
18th April 2021
Genesis 18:16 - 19:38 - Judgement & Salvation
Genesis 17:15-18:15 - God & How He Works
Genesis 17 - God & Abraham's Offspring
Genesis 16: Sarai & Hagar
Genesis 15: Abraham & God's Covenant
Genesis 13-14 Abraham and Living by Faith
Genesis 11:27 - 12:20 - Abraham & God's Promise
Habakkuk 3 - Rejoice in God in the midst of uncertainty
An Unexpected Christmas (3)
Matthew 1:1-17 - God's Undeserved Faithfulness
An Unexpected Christmas (2)
Luke 8:40-56 - The Future of Salvation
An Unexpected Christmas
Luke 8:1-21 - Jesus & Salvation
Luke 7:36-50 - The Heart and Salvation
Luke 7:18-35 - The Way of Salvation
Luke 7:11-17 - Salvation and Death
Luke 7:1-10 - Jesus Saves
Colossians 3:18 - 4:6 - Living in Christ
Colossians 3:15-17 - Living in Christ
Colossians 3:5-17 - Christ is your Life
Colossians 2:20-3:4 - Christ Above All
Colossians 2:16-23 - Shadow Versus Substance
Colossians 2:6-15 - Sticking Means Growing
Colossians 1:24 - 2:5 - What Real Christian Living Looks Like
Christian living is hard but worth it, so proclaim the mystery now revealed: Christ in you, the hope of glory.
2 Corinthians - God, Money & Giving
Colossians 1:15-23 - Christ is Everything
Colossians 1:1-14 - Authentic Christianity
Exodus 40 - Gracious God Dwells With His People
The God who Dwells with His people, giving Relationship and Rest. The Tabernacle in Exodus pointing forward to when Jesus came to offer relationship and rest to any who trust in Him. (This service was followed by a Q&A. Questions came from those watching at the time, if you have any more please feel free to email the church and we would be happy to get back to you)
The Priests of Israel were to 1) Represent the People before God and 2) Reflect the Glory of God to the People. We are Represented before God by our Great High Priest Jesus, and we are to Reflect God's Glory to the World around Us.
Exodus 33-34 - Know that the LORD is Gracious
The main question is: how do we get back to God. After the Israelites were been set free by God's powerful hand they made and then spectacularly broke a relationship covenant with Him. They need not just any mediator, but Moses himself to intercede for them before God. But Moses is not adequate to offer himself for the sins of God's people and for us, for this we need a perfect mediator: we need Jesus.
Exodus 32 - The Heart of the Matter
The world tells us to follow our heart to find truth and satisfaction but this passage shows us just what the human heart is like. The nature of Sin is rebellion against God. The remedy for Sin is a mediator - in this passage Moses intercedes for his people but we look forward to Jesus who perfectly atones for our Sin.
Exodus 25 - The Tabernacle
We reach the climax of the story so far: God desires to dwell with His people. The tabernacle is a picture of His salvation plan, it points to Eden, ideal creation and rest. The tabernacle points forward to Jesus who dwelt among us and who will be our eternal temple.
Exodus 20-24: The Holy God's Holy People
After 18 chapters of undeserved rescue, the Israelites are instructed on how to become a Holy nation. They have been given the 10 commandments and now are given situational instructions on how to live and what to do when God's rules are broken. God cares about justice and He cares about the equal treatment of all people.
Exodus 20 -The Law of the Holy God
In our passage this week, God gives Moses the Ten Commandments, showing us that He want's to have a relationship with His people. These commandments point to a glorious God. They offer a far-reaching promise which is a privilege to obey. But in the end, the law is a test that we will all fail, but by the grace of Jesus Christ.
Exodus 19 - The God who makes Himself Relatable
God reminds His people that He is saving them for a close, personal, intimate relationship for Himself. He reminds them of his saving action in the past, His present saving command and His promise of salvation in the future. From this passage, we see that God has brought us into a relationship where we rightly, truly fear Him.
Exodus 16-18 - The God Who is Compassionate
When the Israelites cross the red sea to enter the wilderness, the LORD tests them out of love in order to strengthen their faith. But they respond by bitterly testing Him in return. Their grumbling shows a problem of perception, of expectation, of a lack of faith and of failing to obey Him. Yet God responds with love, showing that he dearly desires that they trust Him.
Exodus 15: The God of the Old Testament
Who is the God of the Old Testament and how can we reconcile this God with the 'meek and mild' Jesus of the New Testament? In this passage, we discover that the God of the Old Testament is not a vindictive bully, He is supremely Just. Furthermore, the God of the Old Testament is not cruel, but patient, merciful and lovingly self-sacrificial.
Exodus 13-14: The God who gets glory
The I AM God leads the Israelites out of Egypt in order to glorify his name. He gets glory in the defeat of the great enemy and He gets glory through the saving of his people.
Exodus 11-12: The God who Rescues (A Night to Remember)
Realise the power and might of the I AM God of Exodus. Remember His judgement on His enemies. Rejoice in our rescue and salvation.
The great I AM displays his sovereign, creation power through a series of exchanges with Pharaoh. We learn to fear this powerful God, but by taking refuge in Him there is safety.
Exodus 5-6: The God who Redeems
In the last passage, God revealed himself by name: I AM. Here, he reveals more of his character: he is a powerful Father God who promises to redeem his people at great cost. Do we really know this great I AM?
In this passage, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob reveals Himself to Moses by name. From this name, we learn that:God is Holy God is covenantal God is the rescuer God is relational God is who He Is God is self-defining God is self-existing God is unchanging God is transcendant God is self-revealing
At the start of Exodus, things are vastly different for the Israelites than at the end of Genesis. We ask ourselves 'where is the God of the promise' many times throughout the cosmic 'boxing-match' with Pharaoh in chapters 1 and 2. We find that in the midst of suffering, God works through the darkest times to bring his promises to fulfillment.
Psalm 42 and 43
Psalm 42 and 43 is a song of David as he cries out to God. In Psalm 42:1-5 he looks back with longing. In 42:6-11 he looks from afar with longing. In Psalm 43 he looks up with longing.
Easter Sunday 2020
Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Why is it important that He did? And what does that mean for us now? Join us as we celebrate together that first Easter Sunday in answering these questions as we take an investigative look at the factual evidence of the resurrection of Jesus, an act which proves once and for all that Jesus has power over sin and death… an act in which is hidden the very best news for humanity…
Easter 2020 - Good Friday
How can we call this day where we celebrate Jesus’ death on a cross ‘Good Friday’? Join us for an evening of a series of short talks and readings as we hear how the whole of the Bible is fulfilled through the words and actions of Jesus as he walks to the cross, and discover how this particular death brings unimaginable hope to the whole of humankind.
Check out the sermon on YouTube: https://youtu.be/qZLpOXPsiLs
We finish our series hearing Jesus teaching that we should live radically counter-cultural lives. We hear that:God's people in his kingdom are to live generously We are exhorted to see clearly We are to build strongly
Jesus calls us to be radically counter-cultural. In this passage, Jesus teaches about the actions of radical love and the rational behind radical love.
The external realities of a shaken world
The external confidence in an unshakable God
Our eternal conviction in a sovereign Saviour
The Saviour's Opposition.
Jesus is: (1) Lord of the Sabbath (v.1-5); (2) Lord of Love (v.6-11); and (3) Lord of the New Israel (v.12-16).
The unpalatable Grace of Jesus
The uncontainable Majesty of Jesus
Christianity is fundamentally different from every other religion, because Jesus is willing and able saves us from our sin; he does not require us to find our own way to him or to make ourselves well - he does for us what we cannot do for ourselves.
The Saviour's Commission.
Simon Peter, as the model disciple, is: (1) humble before God's Word; (2) convicted of sin; (3) commissioned for divine service; and (4) cleansed by the grace of Christ.
The Saviour's Priority.
Jesus, the proven Son of God, speaks words that have total authority over evil and sickness, highlighting his unfolding priority.
John 10:1-21 - The Good Shepherd
Beware of the bad shepherds who destroy
Listen to the voice of the Good Shepherd who gives life
The Saviour's Announcement - Jesus sets out his manifesto and mission statement (v. 14-21) and is met with rejection from people looking for a saviour of their own making (v. 22-30).
The Saviour’s Preparation
Jesus proves Himself to be the genuine article by:
- Resisting the temptation to serve Himself
- Resisting the temptation to serve the Devil
- Resisting the temptation to test God
The Saviour’s Connections - Luke 3:21-38
1. Jesus is God’s Anointed Ruler
2. Jesus is God's Suffering Servant
3. Jesus is the Start of a New Humanity
RescueConsolation Christ Salvation Redemption
Redeemer Christmas Service 2019
What would be the very best gift this Christmas?
A Saviour Born
The Birth of Jesus (v 1-7)A Historical Reality
The Reactions to Jesus (v 8-20)As Saviour and Lord
Mary's Response to a Good GodJoyful Humble Reverent Personal
Mary's Understanding of a Global GodStrong Merciful
A Saviour's Advent
1. The Greatest Gift
2. The Identity of the Baby
- The Son of Mary
- The Son of David
- The Son of God
3. The Response of Mary
Luke – a saviour’s manifesto
1. An orderly account built on historical fact and eyewitness testimony…
2. Carefully investigated in order that we may be certain about jesus who SAVES
WHY ARE WE STUDYING THIS NOW IN REDEEMER?