Eric and John bring one of our occasional 'Question and Answer' sessions, this time covering five varied questions.
Third in our Titus series. John explains how damaging Legalism is, as it is the wrongly held view of us being saved by our works rather than the personal work of Jesus Christ for our salvation, but instead we have Liberty through Christ. Acts 15
Eric brings the second in our Titus series. Speaking on the many attributes that make good leaders and elders, and that we as the Church body have our different roles to play to make an efficient body. 1 Corinthians 12:14-15
Trevor brings the first in our New Series on Titus. Bringing a parallel from Titus 1:1-4 to our lives, we are a chosen people to live godly lives, assured of eternal life with our Saviour in grace and peace. ‘What you believe, should effect how you live!'
Trevor brings an overview of Jesus' life, following His life in four parts and how it applies to our lives. ‘Entering' into the world, ‘Learning' of life on earth, His ‘Doing' of his Ministry, and finally His ‘Abiding' in returning home to his Father.
John brings the final part of ‘The Creed' series. John asks “Is Heaven our home?” do we delight in the Worship of God, meditate on Him and look forward to being with Him or do we spend more time ‘meditating' on earthly pleasures. Revelation 22:1-5
Eric brings the Easter Story from a very different perspective asking Who Killed Jesus? 'One' of whom may suprise you! He also looks at the Cross and Resurrection in it's historical context. 1 Peter 1:3-5 Revelation 21:1-4
Trevor speaks on how ‘Forgiveness releases someone from their wrongs, fully, freely and forever'. And despite our many failings/sins God will always forgive us by repentance, through this we should also forgive others. Isaiah 59:2 : 2 Corinthians 5:21
Alan continues our Creed series speaking on the importance of meeting together in unity providing us with strength, the blessing of sharing together, and bringing others to salvation. Hebrews 10:19-25 / Psalm 133 / John 17:20-21
Guest speaker Andrew Mcdade speaks on John 2:1-11 but with a different view of it. "Jesus turns the ordinary and even the awful into something unrecognisably good" and if we don't go through trials and heartache how do we have empathy and help others.
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