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Palm Sunday

April 14, 2019

Life in the desert

March 24, 2019

Being an Opportunist

March 17, 2019

Oh Yes you can

March 10, 2019

Armor of God

February 24, 2019

The Work Place

February 17, 2019

Parents and Children

February 10, 2019

Marriage

January 27, 2019

Living in the Light

January 20, 2019

Living in Truth and Love

January 13, 2019

Jesus coming

December 9, 2018


25.11.18

November 25, 2018


One in Christ

October 28, 2018

“But God”

October 14, 2018



Move the stone away

September 23, 2018

There are two points in the audio with technical issues and we want to apologise for that!

Blessed Children

September 9, 2018

Fruitful Disciples – John 15

September 2, 2018



A Generous Father

July 1, 2018

Play to Win

June 24, 2018

Compassion

June 10, 2018


1 2 3

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Our “Thoughts for the Week” are below:

18th April – Why “Maunday” Thursday? John 13v1-38  

It is generally considered that the term “Maundy Thursday” came from the Latin version of the Bible. Most scholars consider that it came from the phrase “novum mandatum” in John 13v34 which in English is, “A new commandment I give you: Love one another.” It is also...

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4th April – To what extent? Matthew 16v21-28  

While our government debates the issues of Brexit (!), Tony highlighted to me earlier in the week that in China, they are increasingly using financial rewards to encourage citizens to report religious meetings or evangelism which are not officially recognised by the...

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28th March – Am I religious? Matthew 15v1-20

This passage begins with the religious people challenging Jesus because his disciples are not following the religious tradition of hand-washing. Jesus points out that their emphasis on tradition causes them to act against what the Bible teaches. He calls them...

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14th March – Doing the extra Day Matthew 14v13-21

Jesus wanted some space alone to mourn the beheading of John, his second cousin and partner in the gospel (see last time). Just as he got to his “space”, the crowds found him (v13). What is Jesus to do? He chose to “have compassion on them and heal their sick” rather...

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28th Feb – Responding to criticism Matthew 14v1-12

Last week, at the end of chapter 13, we saw how the people at Nazareth were offended by Jesus’ miracles. Today, we find that Herod is offended by John the Baptist’s statement of truth. 1)      Positively, Herod recognises and believes in miracles and even resurrection...

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21st Feb – The kingdom requires faith

After Jesus’ parables about the kingdom which we have looked at these last weeks, Jesus moves to his hometown (Matthew 13v53-58). Their first response is inquisitive, “Where did he get this wisdom and these miraculous powers?”, but the story’s conclusion is an...

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14th Feb – The kingdom is serious business

Jesus told yet another two parables in Matthew 13v47-52 concerning the “kingdom of heaven” which is best understood as the reign of God. In the first, a net is let down and catches many fish. While the net is in the water, it is impossible to separate the good from...

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7th Feb – The kingdom is worth it

Jesus told another two parables in Matthew 13v44-45 concerning the “kingdom of heaven” which is best understood as the reign of God. In the first, when a man finds treasure hidden in a field, he hides it again and goes with joy to sell all he has to buy that...

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