Glenn Walters

Glenn Walters

Role: Pastor

Worked as an evangelist in London before accepting the call to the Pastorate in Peel in 2010.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2016
Passage: Matthew 5:10
Duration: 36 mins 9 secs
Sun, Jun 26, 2016
Passage: James 4:6-10
Series: James
Duration: 39 mins 44 secs
Sun, May 29, 2016
Passage: Matthew 5:9
Duration: 41 mins 46 secs
If you are a Christian, you are a child of God. You have been adopted into this blessing and can call God Father.
Sun, May 29, 2016
Passage: James 4:1-8
Series: James
Duration: 39 mins 26 secs
I trust that you have a greater desire to be more like your Lord and Saviour. There is a lot more to being a Christian than mere lip service to God. You are saved by grace alone. You can not earn salvation, it is an undeserved gift. But your faith must be seen in what you say and what you do. It does not make sense to bless God yet curse men. Why is there strife and trouble in the church? It is because of selfishness.
Sun, May 22, 2016
Passage: Matthew 5:9
Duration: 34 mins 9 secs
We are all these things because of who Jesus is. This world is without peace, but to know Jesus is to know peace.
Sun, May 22, 2016
Passage: James 3:13-18
Series: James
Duration: 36 mins 48 secs
Who is wise and endued with knowledge? A person is wise when they rightly apply the knowledge they have.
Sun, May 15, 2016
Duration: 28 mins 37 secs
Surely there can be no greater incentive for heart purity than the prospect of seeing God. There is a sense in which we can see something of God now. The heavens declare the glory of God. But rebellious man will insist that there is no God, that everything came from a big bang. Now, Paul says that the wrath of God is revealed from heaven. The invisible attributes of God are clearly seen. You have no excuse for your insistance that there is no God.
Sun, May 15, 2016
Passage: James 3:1-12
Series: James
Duration: 34 mins 56 secs
A warning to all aspiring teachers in the church. Be not many masters knowing that we shall receive greater condemnation. A person who teaches from the word of God has a tremendous responsibility. I used to be a school teacher. I had to try and get it right. The children often looked for any error I would make and they would occasionally find them. This applies to all in teaching ministry from Sunday school to bible study. Such people will have to give an account to God . Lenski said that teachers ought to convey the teaching of the word in the way that God wants them to. Was James trying to discourage teaching? In Hebrews, we read an admonition because many were still on the ABCs when they should have been teaching themselves. So James was not putting people off. There is a shortage of teachers today. Many churches pray regularly for God to send them a Pastor to feed them the word of truth. Even if you never teach in the Church, if you call yourself a christian you ought to be witnessing the gospel of Christ, in your family, school or work. There are always opportunities to talk about what Jesus has done for sinners. All christians offend, we stumble and make mistakes. We sin, but we do not fall. As a christian you are secure in Christ. If you don't offend in word you are perfect. James is not teaching sinless perfection. He is talking about training your body to do what it should do. This is a level of maturity whereby you can control your tongue.
Sun, May 08, 2016
Duration: 39 mins 16 secs
Christians do descend into the pit of despair. We are exhorted to rejoice in the Lord always. But there is sin everywhere. It is a daily battle which sometimes leads to the depths of despair, a deep depression. Elijah was a prophet of God who prayed a prayer of despair. He asked the Lord to kill him. He must have been extremely miserable. There are many others in the Bible, including Hannah who was in bitterness of soul when her adversary provoked her severely. Read the Psalms of David and see the despondency that he experienced.
Sun, May 08, 2016
Duration: 30 mins 1 sec
The Letter to the Hebrews refers to Abraham's offering of his son Isaac as an act of faith and Abraham himself referred to it as worship.
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