Weekly sermon audio brought to you by Glencairn Baptist Church in Toronto, Canada.
The Finger of God
The plagues that were cast upon Egypt in the Book of Exodus demonstrate that God does not need an army of angels or even thunderbolts and lightning in order to display His power and justice, but what else can we learn from the lessons of the Egyptians. In today’s message, Pastor Sonny discusses how the frogs and gnats in Egypt show us the precision, power, and grace of God.
Bro. Alvin Del Rosario shares why the resurrection matters, not just for our hope, but also for our daily spiritual walk.
Between Despair and Hope
Good Friday was God's greatest tragedy, but it was also His greatest triumph — and it was ours too because of His great love for us. Even Jesus' own disciples didn't understand this at first, and sometimes we forget too. In this year's Good Friday Service, Bro. Jesse Hollington shares a message on embracing the Hope of the Cross.
Cry Me a River of Blood
Pastor Sonny continues our exploration of the Book of Exodus with a look at the first plague to be brought upon the Egyptians — the turning of the waters of the Nile to blood — and what we can learn from it in relation to today's problems.
Preview of the Plagues
We should have no fear when it comes to serving God in whatever ministry He calls us to. Ministry is not easy, but that shouldn’t discourage us from getting involved. God has clothed us with power through His Holy Spirit. In today’s message, Pastor Sonny talks about how God encouraged Moses to obey His command to speak to Pharaoh.
Family Matters, Part 3
Over the past two weeks, we have been examining the genealogy of Aaron found in Exodus 6, looking at the distinguished members of the Levite family tree, including Gershon, Kohath, Merari, and Phineas. In this week's sermon, Pastor Sonny now looks at some of the “black sheep” of Aaron’s family.