Sermons by Alan Millar

Jesus has Power over Evil

Everyone approaches the Bible with presuppositions. No one comes to the Bible with an open mind. Some approach the Bible with unbelief. Others approach it with belief. With this in mind we turn to Mark’s Gospel Chapter 5 It is the account of the healing of the demon passed man. Mark does not tell this story just so that we might know…

Ambassadors To Tiree

The Oxford Dictionaries defines an ambassador as: ‘An accredited diplomat sent by a state as its permanent representative in a foreign country.’ Tragically to this day the church has failed in this respect. It has not been a faithful ambassador for Christ. It has not been a true representation of its Lord and Master. In this context we ask the question,…

Encourage One Another

Whatever your feelings about it and however you voted, there is no doubt that the EU referendum has exposed deep divisions within our society, and to a lesser extent, within the church. How have disciples of Jesus to respond to this turmoil? How are we to live for him in a fractured society? How are…

In Love

In Love! As we continue in our Study of Exodus 7 and 9 we come face to face with the difficult phrase, ‘God hardened Pharaoh’s heart’. How are to understand this expression and what significance does it have in the 21st Century?

Alan Millar turns to Exodus Chapter 3 and explains that it is not about Moses or the Burning Bush – but about God. The God of the Bible. The God who made himself known to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The God who comes to us today  . . .

Faith in a Great God.

Michael Baughen is a retired Church of England minister who, when asked to speak on Moses to Oxford students,  found himself deeply challenged. He writes, “Did I really believe in God as God? Was God able to do great things for us?” It became clear to him that the mark above all else of Moses’ life and leadership was not that…