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A Story of Salvation (Luke 18:9–15)

Guest Speaker Sermons 2021
Guest Speaker Sermons 2021
A Story of Salvation (Luke 18:9–15)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 25 July 2021, Dumisani Ndhlovu, a member of Cosmo City Baptist Church in the north of Johannesburg, speaks from Luke 18:9–15 as he teaches from the parable of the tax collector and the Pharisee on a story of salvation.

This sermon forms a part of a series of sermons, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by various guest preachers to Central Baptist Church.

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The True Children of God (1 John 2:28–3:10)

Am I Really a Christian? An Exposition of 1 John
Am I Really a Christian? An Exposition of 1 John
The True Children of God (1 John 2:28–3:10)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 23 August 2020, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from 1 John 2:28–3:10 as he speaks about what it means to be a true child of God.

This sermon forms part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of 1 John, preached during the 2020 calendar year, in which he helps to ask and answer the question, am I really a Christian?

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Am I Really a Christian? (1 John 1:1)

Am I Really a Christian? An Exposition of 1 John
Am I Really a Christian? An Exposition of 1 John
Am I Really a Christian? (1 John 1:1)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 12 July 2020, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from 1 John 1:1 as an introduction to his exposition of John’s first epistle under the title, “Am I Really a Christian?”

This sermon forms part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of 1 John, preached during the 2020 calendar year, in which he helps to ask and answer the question, am I really a Christian?

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Praising God for Our Adoption (Ephesians 1:5–6)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2020
Miscellaneous Sermons 2020
Praising God for Our Adoption (Ephesians 1:5–6)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 21 June 2020, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Ephesians 1:5–6 on the subject of Christians praising God for the privilege of their adoption in Christ.

This sermon forms part of a series of once-off expositions by members of and elders at Central Baptist Church, preached during the 2020 calendar year.

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Jesus and the Garasene Demoniac: Free At Last (Mark 5:1–20)

Encountering Jesus
Encountering Jesus
Jesus and the Garasene Demoniac: Free At Last (Mark 5:1–20)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 10 May 2020, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 5:1–20 about Jesus’ encounter with the Gerasene demoniac, highlighting what it means to be free at last.

This sermon forms part of a short series of sermons, preached by Pastor Karabo during the 2020 calendar year, considering lessons learned from Jesus’ encounters with various characters in the Gospel accounts.

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Jesus and Nicodemus: The Importance of being Born Again (John 3:1–16)

Encountering Jesus
Encountering Jesus
Jesus and Nicodemus: The Importance of being Born Again (John 3:1–16)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 19 April 2020, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 3:1–16 about Jesus’ encounter with Nicodemus, highlighting the importance of being born again.

This sermon forms part of a short series of sermons, preached by Pastor Karabo during the 2020 calendar year, considering lessons learned from Jesus’ encounters with various characters in the Gospel accounts.

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God’s Promise (John 3:16)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
God’s Promise (John 3:16)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 22 December 2019, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 3:16, the most famous verse in the Bible, as he addresses Jesus’ what it teaches about God’s promise.

This sermon forms part of a series of once-off sermons preached by elders and members of Central Baptist Church during the 2019 calendar year.

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God’s Call (John 3:16)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
God’s Call (John 3:16)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 15 December 2019, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 3:16, the most famous verse in the Bible, as he addresses Jesus’ what it teaches about God’s call.

This sermon forms part of a series of once-off sermons preached by elders and members of Central Baptist Church during the 2019 calendar year.

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God’s Gift (John 3:16)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
God’s Gift (John 3:16)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 8 December 2019, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 3:16, the most famous verse in the Bible, as he addresses Jesus’ what it teaches about God’s gift.

This sermon forms part of a series of once-off sermons preached by elders and members of Central Baptist Church during the 2019 calendar year.

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God’s Love (John 3:16)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
Miscellaneous Sermons 2019
God’s Love (John 3:16)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 1 December 2019, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 3:16, the most famous verse in the Bible, as he addresses Jesus’ what it teaches about God’s love.

This sermon forms part of a series of once-off sermons preached by elders and members of Central Baptist Church during the 2019 calendar year.

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