Carryduff Baptist Church is an evangelical church that acknowledges Jesus Christ as Lord. We believe in the gospel and the need for individuals to be born again by the Spirit of God, in order to be made ready for heaven. We are part of a wider fellowship of churches known as the Association of Baptist Churches in Ireland. We are made up of people from all backgrounds and ages who have a common desire to know more of God’s love in their own lives and to show His love in the community of which we are a part.
The Bible, God’s Word, is at the heart of all that we seek to do, both in terms of how we live our lives on a daily basis and in terms of how we interact with those around us. This podcast provides you with the preaching ministry of our church.
Go with God
In Numbers 9:15-10:36 Israel are finally ready to leave Mount Sinai. The time for preparation has ended and their final directions relate how they are to come and go as they travel. This is unfolded in: The Cloud The Trumpets The Invitation
It’s one thing to set people free, but how do they stay free? Numbers seems to present the Passover in Numbers 9 as the answer, that the way they’ll stay free is by remembering how they were delivered. The regulations given here highlight: The Importance of Remembrance The Indispensability of Remembrance The Universality of Remembrance
To Walk in the Light
Numbers 8 presents, rather unexpectedly, specific instructions for one item of furniture in the Tabernacle – the lampstand. It is clear that, with the dedication of the Tabernacle, the privilege of being able to walk in its light has profound significance. This is only underscored by the fact that the next thing narrated is the…
Supporting the Work
Having focused on how God numbered the Israelites In the Wilderness, arranging them around his Tent – the Tabernacle – the way an army encamps around their general, in Numbers 7 we go back in time a month to see how that Tabernacle was prepared. And it becomes clear that it wasn’t just the priests…
God is Among You
Numbers is punctuated by five sections detailing the laws under which Israel was to live. The first, in chapters 5-6, responds the fact that God is Among Them, his Tabernacle is in the heart of the camp. The camp must therefore be clean. These chapters outline: Three things which defile the camp Two things which…