John talks this week about the compassion of Jesus as He wept for Jerusalem. We too should show God’s love and compassion to those around us. John goes on to encourage us in the hope of Jesus’ return to reign on the throne forever. Luke 13:31-35
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John this week speaks about the narrow path of salvation, he reminds us that the Christian life is a hard one, we should draw closer to God who will always be with us, and John also encourages us to look forward to our awesome future with Christ in Heaven
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Martin reminds us that Heaven is a place of refuge, forgiveness, no more tears, death or pain, where God’s will is done. Martins challenge:Are you Longing for God’s Glory?’ do we spend time in God’s word, set our hearts on His, and on our future with Him.
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John brings the word from Luke 13:6-17, following on from last week’s word on ‘Repentance’, he reminds us that genuine repentance leads to bearing fruit, and asks are we showing the fruit and character of Christ in our lives.
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John speaks on three aspects of our lives that true Repentance affects: Our heads, hearts and hands, which should bring us into a closer walk with Christ and naturally urge us to confess and repent of our daily sins. Luke 15:1-5
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Simon Bennett brings the word this week from Luke 12:49-59, speaking on the division that can occur among ‘men' and within us by God's invitation to salvation, as it conflicts with our sinful nature, but Simon urges us to make up our minds,and do it quick
Martin brings the word from Luke 12.35-48, asking the question “Are we ready for Jesus' return?”, Martin also reminds us that God entrusts us with opportunities through life, so how do we respond to these and allow them to prepare us for His return?
John brings both a challenging and uplifting word from Psalm 63, John asks: ‘Do we truly thirst for Christ', do we earnestly seek Him first before and above all other things in life. John encourages us also to cling to God and meditate on His Word.
John's great Baptismal message and call to salvation, that we are saved by Grace alone through the sacrifice of Christ, through salvation we lay aside our old self and our made new in Christ. We also hear the wonderful testimonies of our five candidates.
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