Dromore RP Church - Sermons

by Philip Dunwoody

Weekly sermons from Rev. Philip Dunwoody, pastor of Dromore Reformed Presbyterian Church, County Down, Northern Ireland.

Podcast episodes

  • The Cross in Four Words (1) Freedom - Exodus 12:1-12

    The Cross in Four Words (1) Freedom - Exodus 12:1-12

    The cross is undoubtedly the best-recognised symbol of Christianity. It is also the message of Christianity. Paul said, 'we preach Christ crucified' (1 Corinthians 1:23). But what does it really mean?

  • Eyes to See the Grace of God - Genesis 29:1-30

    Eyes to See the Grace of God - Genesis 29:1-30

    Jacob travels more than 500 miles to his mother's family in search of a wife. What starts out as a trip that meets with success, quickly turns into a nightmare. Yet at no point does Jacob turn to the God who met him at Bethel for help. 1. Jacob Doesn't See the Providential Care of God 2. Jacob Doesn't See the Painful Correction of God

  • Wisdom's Final Warning Against Adultery - Proverbs 7:1-27

    Wisdom's Final Warning Against Adultery - Proverbs 7:1-27

    For a third and final time, a father warns his son of the temptation of adultery. The principles here can be applied to various other temptations as well. The father's message in these chapters couldn't be clearer: sin leads to death; God's wisdom leads to life.

  • "In fact, Christ has been raised from the dead" - 1 Corinthians 15:12-28, 50-58

    "In fact, Christ has been raised from the dead" - 1 Corinthians 15:12-28, 50-58

    We all play the game of "what if" from time to time, but we can usually only guess what the results would be in our hypothetical scenarios. The apostle Paul, however, knew for sure what the disastrous results would be "if" Christ wasn't raised from the dead. He spells them out in 1 Corinthians 15, and then goes to describe the wonderful good news that, in fact, Christ has been raised from the dead!

  • Wisdom for Our Work - Proverbs 6:6-11; Various Texts

    Wisdom for Our Work - Proverbs 6:6-11; Various Texts

    Work is a huge part of our lives, perhaps even a part of our identity. Thankfully, the Bible has plenty to say on work and our attitude to it.