Calvary Chapel Portsmouth http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/ This is our Podcast. We're a Bible believing Church meeting at Barncroft Primary School, Havant, Hampshire, UK Podcast Generator 2.6 - http://podcastgen.sourceforge.net Mon, 12 Apr 2021 12:40:10 +0000 en Copyright © 2017 Calvary Chapel Portsmouth http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/images/itunes_image.jpg Calvary Chapel Portsmouth http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/ This is our Podcast. We're a Bible believing Church meeting at Barncroft Primary School, Havant, Hampshire, UK Simply teaching the Bible, simply Barry Forder Barry Forder pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk clean WHO DO YOU SAY I AM? Pastor Barry Forder Jesus turned to His disciples and asked them “But who do you say I am?”

It is not a trivial question that can be dismissed. How you answer will change the course of your life and eternal destiny. Everything in this life, success or failure, gain or loss, are all brought into context by your response. In the end, EVERYTHING will be determined by this one question and your own personal answer to it.

Either Jesus Christ is the Son of God, or he was a deluded fool – or worse!

C.S. Lewis said: “I am trying here to prevent anyone saying the really foolish thing that people often say about Him: I’m ready to accept Jesus as a great moral teacher, but I don’t accept his claim to be God. That is the one thing we must not say. A man who was merely a man and said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would either be a lunatic—on the level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice. Either this man was, and is, the Son of God, or else a madman or something worse. You can shut him up for a fool, you can spit at him and kill him as a demon or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God, but let us not come with any patronising nonsense about his being a great human teacher. He has not left that open to us. He did not intend to. Now it seems to me obvious that He was neither a lunatic nor a fiend: and consequently, however strange or terrifying or unlikely it may seem, I have to accept the view that He was and is God”. (Mere Christianity, 55-56)

In this study we explore some powerful testimonies and eye witness accounts of those who testified to the fact Jesus was indeed the Son of God – manifest in the flesh.

  • We consider the testimony of Jesus Himself. The crucifixion was not a tragedy, it was an achievement! It was why Jesus had come. For the last 6 months of His ministry He foretold his own death and resurrection.
  • The testimony of the Disciples – all the Disciples (with the exception of John) went to their deaths proclaiming Jesus was God.
  • The testimony of the Roman Centurion – the first Gentile convert, who witnesses first-hand the events at Golgotha proclaimed that this man was no ordinary man, He was the Son of God and worthy to be praised!
  • The testimony of Joseph of Arimathea – one of only 14 people in Jewish history to be called ‘honourable counsellor’ (Mark 15:43). Yet this member of the Sanhedrin became a believer and risked public disgrace to take a stand as a Disciple.
  • The testimony of the Roman guard at the tomb – although paid to never utter what they had witnessed, they could not keep this world-changing truth to themselves! Their record is amongst the most compelling of eyewitness accounts of the Resurrection.
  • The testimony of Pilate – the Roman governor who proclaimed Jesus ‘not guilty’ went on to write a letter to Emperor Tiberius confirming the events that had taken place in Jerusalem in A.D. 32. The arrest, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth! – From Tertullian (who wrote around 200 A.D.) we understand that Pilate became a follower of Jesus.

Finally, the testimony of Moses. Around 1500 years before the events in Jerusalem Moses wrote of Jesus being taken on the 10th day of the month (Palm Sunday), killed on the 14th as a spotless Passover Lamb, buried on 15th – the Feast of Unleavened Bread – and then becoming the Firstfruits to God raised up from the earth on the day after the Sabbath – the first day of the week – Resurrection Day!

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-04-04_who-do-you-say-040421.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-04-04_who-do-you-say-040421.mp3 1:06:55 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Palm, Sunday, Easter, Resurrection, Jesus, Psalm 119 no Sun, 04 Apr 2021 15:25:40 +0000
JUDE VS 11B Pastor Barry Forder This study of Jude vs 11 was given as part of Calvary Portsmouth Sunday morning service on 7th March 2021.

In the previous session we began to look at the first of three examples Jude gives to help us understand the typical characteristics of apostates – i.e., the fruit they produce.

In this session we continue to look at the 2nd and 3rd of these examples: The ‘Error of Balaam’ and the ‘Gainsaying of Korah’.

Both of these examples are found in the book of Numbers (chapters 22 and 16 respectively).

Balaam, intent on collecting a substantial reward from king Balac of Moab, defied the clear instruction from God to not go. Then, after finding that God would only allow him to bless the Children of Israel,  counselled Balac saying that the way to defeat Israel was to get God to judge them!  In response, Balac caused Israel to commit fornication with the sons and daughters of Moab, and to worship their idols (see Psalm 106:228-29 / Revelation 2:14). However Balaam’s mistake was his failure to understand God’s grace. God did judge those in Israel who sinned – 24,00 died (see Numbers 24:9), but God did not destroy the nation. Instead, he turned Balaam’s attempt to curse Israel into a blessing (see Nehemiah 13:2).

The third example is that of Korah, a cousin of Moses, who was not content with the task that God had assigned him, to look after the Tabernacle. Instead, he wanted greater honour – in man’s eyes… and thereby hangs the problem. Your standing and position before man matters not one iota! It is how you are seen in God’s eyes. An apparently menial task performed in obedience to God is of eternally & infinitely greater value than the highest honour that can be bestowed by man.

The second part of Jude’s analysis of apostates concludes that they:

  • 1) Reject God’s Word (Cain had rejected the instructions handed down from Adam regarding true worship)
  • 2) Do not understand His Grace (Balaam did not perceive God’s grace and desire to restore those who fall)
  • 3) Do not appreciate Spiritual things (Korah had a privilliged  position and calling to tend for sacred things, but he cared for man’s opinion more than God’s)

They:

  • 1) Want to come to God on their terms (as did Cain)
  • 2) Want to enjoy worldly pleasures (as was the case with Balaam)
  • 3) Want position and recognition (as seen with Korah)

May you be blessed and encouraged to walk a close walk with God through this study.

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-03-07_jude-vs11-070321.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-03-07_jude-vs11-070321.mp3 47:13 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Sunday, Sermon, Jude, Christian Living, Epistle no Sun, 07 Mar 2021 19:04:42 +0000
JUDE VS 8-10 Pastor Barry Forder Jude has been reminding his readers that it really does matter how you life your life as a Christian. Although your salvation is secure and guaranteed, your rewards and inheritance are not.

John says “Look to yourselves, that we lose not those things which we have wrought, but that we receive a full reward”. (2 John vs 8).

Peter says that we should strive that we might have an ‘abundant entrance’ into Heaven (2 Peter :11).

Paul says that if we sow to the flesh, and spend our time and affections on worldly things (wood, hay and straw), we will still be saved (because Salivation is based solely on the completed work of Christ), but we ourselves will suffer loss when we stand before the Judgement seat of Christ (1 Cor 3:15 / Gal 6:7-8 / 2 Cor 5:10).

Jude has given us three examples to make his point:

  • 1st Example

–Though saved from Egypt, those who did not believe all died in the wilderness and did not receive their inheritance

  • 2nd Example

–The Angels who left their natural abode (though having been in the presence of God, became subject to His wrath and judgment

  • 3rd Example

–The cities of Sodom & Gomorrah, though situated in the fertile plain of Jordan, ‘as beautiful as the Garden of Eden’ (Gen 13:10), were destroyed by God on account of their giving themselves over to immoral lusts.

The warning is given: those who give themselves over to the flesh will suffer loss.

In verses 8-10 Jude starts to detail just what those who are given over to worldly lust are really like.

The first characteristic is that they have no regard for authority, and even despise and mock those who are above them. The example Jude gives to illustrate this point however, must be one of the strangest remarks found in the Bible! In this study we explore what Jude was speaking of when he said:  “Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the devil he disputed about the body of Moses, durst not bring against him a railing accusation, but said, The Lord rebuke thee”.

The conclusion and point Jude is making is clear. God takes the issue of authority (and the respect we should show toward it) very seriously. Whether it be order in a nation… – Romans 13:1

 

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-02-21_jude-vs-8-10-210221.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-02-21_jude-vs-8-10-210221.mp3 58:29 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Sunday, Sermon, Jude, Christian Living, Epistle no Sun, 21 Feb 2021 14:17:21 +0000
3 JOHN Pastor Barry Forder John's 3rd epistle is written to his close friend Gaius. Although we know little of Gaius, it is clear the bond between him and John was strong. But not for natural reasons; it wasn't that they just 'hit it off' or had things in common. That may all have been true, but this relationship was built on Christ. There is nothing more precious than friendship with a believer who stirs your heart toward Christ. Someone with whom the central topic of conversation is Jesus. Someone who ‘gets it’ and shares your passion for Christ, Someone who makes you want to be more like Jesus. That was evidently the bond between these two men.

John writes to encourage Gaius to continue showing love and hospitality to Christian preachers who would pass through, and who would need somewhere to stay for a few days. 'Hotels' in the first century were dangerous places, but John encourages Gaius to bless these brothers in Christ and so play his part in the furthering of the gospel. We all can do something to fulfil the Great Commission - to go into all the world and make disciples of all nations (Matt 28:19-20). You may not be called to the mission field; you may not see yourself as an evangelist (although that should never be used as an excuse to not share the gospel!), but you can support financially if you have the means, or like Gaius, show hospitality, or even simply pray! There is no excuse for doing nothing!

John also writes of another individual, Diotrephes. He had already rejected John's apostolic authority and had no time for visiting preachers - and even threw out anyone who tried to show love and support to them!

Some years ago my parents had arranged for evangelist Barry Smith to come and speak at a local leisure centre. He was a wonderful godly man with a passion to see souls saved and taught powerfully about the reality and imminence of the LORD's return. Hundreds of people attended (many were saved!). He was then due to speak at the local Anglican church on the Sunday evening. However, the minister of the Anglican church attended the Saturday night event and at the end of the evening stood up and declared "I'm not having that man speak in my church!" Diotrephes was just like that. He did not want anyone to come and teach in his church, he did not want anyone to question his authority or what he was teaching. In truth, both the Anglican minister (renowned for watering down and undermining the authority of scripture) and Diotrephes were afraid of a challenge to their position, their 'calling'.

But scripture tells us that perfect love casts out fear, and that God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind. If we are 'In Christ' we will have confidence in our calling, we will not fear man, for our trust will be in God. We will not be intent on defending ourselves or constantly trying to vindicate ourselves. It is not our ministry or our church, it's His!

Are you ordained? It's a question I've heard a number of times. But the question is not 'have you been ordained by men' but 'have you been ordained by God'! Gaius was clearly ordained of God, Diotrephes was not!

If we are ordained to ministry  in Christ, if we are in His will (and that’s the key – to be in His will, not our own)  we will know that He has called us (we will not be afraid if someone challenges us), He makes us stand (it's His Gospel not our agenda we are to proclaim), He sustains us (it is not our natural resources that we are relying on), He provides for us (it is not our education or wisdom that got us here in the first place!), He guides us (it is not our 5-step church-planting growth-plan that we are following!), He protects us and deals with all who would be against us. It is not our battle, it is His!

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-01-31_3-john-310121.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2021-01-31_3-john-310121.mp3 45:56 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Sunday, Sermon, John, Christian Living, Epistle no Sun, 31 Jan 2021 15:01:54 +0000
2 PETER CH2 10-22 Pastor Barry Forder This study on 2 Peter 2:10-22 was given by Pastor Barry on 1st November 2020 as part of our Sunday morning on-line service.

In this study, Peter builds on the warning he has been giving regarding false teachers in the church. Peter says that they will come, and will deceive many!

Here he paints a picture of what they are like, and how the two main characteristic are their love of personal gain - be it position or material reward, and their disrespect and disregard for authority. Paul warned Timothy that in the last days there would be so-called teachers who would teach what people want to hear (2 Tim 4:3) - rather than speaking the truth in love.

The media is an unbridled power in today's world, forming opinion rather than informing it. Sadly, from the Pope in Rome to the 'average' Christian in the street, political correctness and popular opinion seem to have more sway than the unchanging Word of God.

Peter's message is clear: Jesus is coming back soon; we should be living lives that evidence we have been changed by His Grace. We must be on our guard against those with 'great swelling words of vanity' that might make us feel good, but would lead us back into a life dominated by the lusts of the flesh.

May you be blessed and encouraged by this study.

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2020-11-01_2-peter-2-10-22-011120.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2020-11-01_2-peter-2-10-22-011120.mp3 55:53 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Sunday, Sermon, Peter, Christian Living, Epistle no Sun, 01 Nov 2020 14:31:02 +0000
1 Peter CH2 11-25 Pastor Barry Forder This teaching on 1 Peter 2:11-25 was given by pastor Barry Forder on 26th July 2020 as part of Calvary Chapel Portsmouth family service.

In the second half of 1 Peter chapter 2 Peter turns his focus to relationships - and specifically how a Christian should act toward others.

v11-12  - The Believers' relationship to others (which is dependant on our relationship to God)

v13-17  - The Believers' relationship to rulers & those in authority (which is defined  by our relationship to God)

v18-20  - The Believers' relationship: servants to masters (employees to employers) (which is derived from our relationship to God & Christ's example which we must follow).

In all of these relationships, we should remember that we are to bring Glory to God by our conduct. No longer can we just go around saying what we please, putting down any who disagree with us, rejecting rule and authority because we have a different political persuasion. Our opinions (and even more importantly our speech!) must be filtered through God's Word first.

God's created and loves all people, and has shown grace to all those who have received Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. We are to follow the example of Christ, who, although wronged, never retaliated, replied sarcastically, or sought to get even. Rather, He left it all in His Father's hands.

Remember that you have been chosen, you are part of a Royal Priesthood. Now you must reflect His glory and show respect and honour to all men.

May you be blessed, encouraged and challenged by this teaching!

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2020-07-26_1-peter-2-11-25-260720.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2020-07-26_1-peter-2-11-25-260720.mp3 1:01:35 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Sunday, Sermon, Peter, Christian Living, Epistle no Sun, 26 Jul 2020 17:13:00 +0000
HEBREWS CHAPTER 13 Pastor Barry Forder This final study in our journey through the letter to the Hebrews was given by Pastor Barry Forder as part of Calvary Portsmouth’s family service on 26th April 2020.

In this final chapter, the writer to the Hebrews gives some final exhortations, which can be broadly summarised as follows:

v1. Don’t grow complacent in your love for each other, but work at loving your church family daily.

v2. Continue to show the same love and grace to other outside the fellowship that you once received.

v3. Remember that you are part of a family of believers around the world – so pray for those who are struggling or being persecuted.

v4. Your love for others starts in the home, and the bedrock of the home is the intimate loving relationship between a husband and wife. It is a great and wonderful thing that is sacred, reserved only for within marriage where it is safe and blessed – and it speaks of Christ and His church.

v5. Don’t fall into the trap of wanting the next great thing. You have in Christ something better than anything the world could offer. If you are not satisfied and content with Christ, your focus is on the wrong things – which cannot bring comfort and fulfillment.

v6. Don’t ever worry about having little. The more you have on earth, the more there is to lose! Care about God’s opinion and not man’s!

v7. Pray for, then follow the example of those in spiritual authority in your lives.

v8. We have an unchanging anchor for our souls. Consider Jesus.

v9. Hold fast to that which is good – and don’t be blown around with every wind of doctrine. The Bible is all you need. “If the Bible don’t back it then it seems quite clear, perhaps it was the devil who whispered in your ear!” (Quote: Steve Taylor – ‘Guilty By Association’)

v10-v16. We no longer offer bulls and goats, our offering (from a grateful heart) is praise. That is the best sacrifice we can bring.

v17-v19. Pastors need the prayers of their congregation if they are to minister effectively.

v20-v25. It is Grace by which we stand.

May you be blessed and encouraged by this teaching.

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2020-04-28_hebrews-chapter-13-260420.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2020-04-28_hebrews-chapter-13-260420.mp3 58:23 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Sunday, Sermon, Christian Living, Epistle, Hebrews, Paul no Sun, 26 Apr 2020 18:18:00 +0000
PAUL’S LETTER TO TITUS – CHAPTER 1 Pastor Barry Forder This verse-by-verse teaching on Paul’s letter to Titus, chapter 1, was given by pastor Barry Forder on the 22nd September 2019 at Calvary Chapel Portsmouth.

In this letter, written around 64-67A.D., Paul writes to encourage his faithfull co-worker, Titus, and to exhort him to:

Chapter 1:  All things set in order in the churches on the Island of Crete (many there were young believers that lacked maturity)

Chapter 2:  To uphold Sound in doctrine, for the good of the church and to counter the false teaching of those who thought ‘godliness was a means for personal gain’

Chapter 3:  To encourage Titus to impress upon the various congregations on Crete the need to perform good works as evidence that their Salvation was genuine!

In the first chapter, Paul reminds Titus of the three commissions he had been given:

1.Preach God’s Word   1:1-4

2.Ordain Qualified Leaders   1:5-9

3.Silence False Teachers   1:10-16

May you be blessed and encouraged by this study.

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2019-09-23_titus-ch1-220919.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2019-09-23_titus-ch1-220919.mp3 58:57 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Apostasy, Christian Living, Church Government, The Role of the Pastor no Sun, 22 Sep 2019 18:57:00 +0000
Mark 14 12-72 Pastor Barry Forder This teaching was recorded at Calvary Chapel Portsmouth’s family service on 25th November 2018.

In this study Pastor Barry takes us through the remainder of Mark chapter 14, looking at the events that took place on the Wednesday of Passion Week, leading up to the arrest and trial of Jesus that took place on the Passover in fulfilment of the prophecies and God’s model where a male lamb without blemish would be offered as an atonement for sin.

From the details, and the fact that all these things took place as God’s Word had foretold, it is clear to see that God is in complete control of history.

May you be blessed and encouraged by this study.

Pastor Barry.

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Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2018-11-25_the-gospel-of-mark-14-12-72.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2018-11-25_the-gospel-of-mark-14-12-72.mp3 56:21 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Mark, Gospel, Sunday, Sermon, Verse by Verse no Sun, 25 Nov 2018 18:58:41 +0000
GENESIS 5 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-03-15_genesis-5-120317.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-03-15_genesis-5-120317.mp3 44:08 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder Genesis, verse by verse no Wed, 15 Mar 2017 20:17:21 +0000 1101A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 1-2) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1101a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1101a.mp3 59:57 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 22 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1116a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1116a.mp3 47:12 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1106A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 11) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1106a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1106a.mp3 51:31 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 18 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1112a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1112a.mp3 59:38 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 12 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1107a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1107a.mp3 41:48 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 17 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1111a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1111a.mp3 51:13 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapters 14 and 15 Barry Forder Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1109a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1109a.mp3 54:41 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 13 Barry Forder Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1108a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1108a.mp3 55:42 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1 Kings 19 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1113a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1113a.mp3 50:05 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1102A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 3-4) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1102a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1102a.mp3 1:00:25 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1103A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 5-7:12) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1103a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1103a.mp3 49:13 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1104A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 7:13-8:66) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1104a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1104a.mp3 1:02:38 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 21 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1115a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1115a.mp3 59:43 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 Chapter 20 Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1114a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1114a.mp3 45:45 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1105A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 9-10) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1105a.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1105a.mp3 1:01:16 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000 1110A CCP Sunday Morning (1 Kings 16) Pastor Barry Forder Pastor Barry Forder http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1517_1_-kings_16.mp3 http://podcast.calvaryportsmouth.co.uk/?name=2017-02-20_1517_1_-kings_16.mp3 41:09 pastor@calvaryportsmouth.co.uk (Barry Forder) Barry Forder 1Kings, verse by verse no Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:00:00 +0000