This week John speaks about temptation, and encourages us that our Lord Jesus faced every temptation and worse that we may encounter, and comforts us that through loving God and His word and obeying it we can also overcome temptation as Jesus did!
John looks at our focus for 2018 of Trust and Obey, but rather than viewing it from Luke he takes a different perspective from John 13:31-35, speaking on the commandment to love one another, using the ultimate example of the life of Jesus.
Alan brings the word from Philippians 4:1-9, on how to stand firm in the Lord, through watching our relationships with other Christians, our relationship with the Lord, and also through keeping watch over our thoughts, and the example of other Christians.
Today John brings a great gospel message from Luke 3:1-20, focusing on Repentance, and reminding us that we are under the new covenant, and no longer under condemnation. And encouraging us to grow in repentance, in grace and in the knowledge of God.
Guest speaker Martin from Atherton and Leigh Shelter for Hope, shares the challenges faced by those that are homeless, and brings the word from Mathew 7:24-27 speaking on the importance of both a physical home and more importantly our spiritual Home.
Eric encourages us in our freedom through Christ's Grace, and giving five steps toward following the Spirit's leading, that we would not become ‘Manky' (substandard) Christian, but instead ‘attractive', loving and effective ones. Galatians 5.
John encourages us to delight as Jesus did to be in our Father's house through three points: 1.Prepare ourselves e.g repentance. 2. Participate e.g through worship and service. 3. Ponder on what we've learned at Church and what we'll do about it.
Margaret reminds us through the Easter Story that God's plans are above our plans or ‘solutions' but will always be for the best outcome, and despite us letting God down He will never abandon or leave us. Mark 16:1-9
John brings the word this week from Luke 2:21-40, speaking on how Jesus Christ came to be the complete Fulfilment of the Law so that we can be forgiven, righteous and clean, so that we can spend eternity with our Messiah and Savior.
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