The Joy of Worshipping Together

There is something about corporate worship. Individual worship is important, but there's a dynamic to corporate worship that goes way beyond personal or private worship. That's why the Bible encourages us to meet together, to not forsake such opportunities. Yet for the last 18 months that is what we've been confined to under the covid … Continue reading The Joy of Worshipping Together

Kingdom loving 3

The challenge to love like God does is massive. It is the radical message of the New Testament. More radical than we are prepared to admit. A love that forgives enemies. A love that forgives seventy times seven. A love that desires to bless. A love that goes on and on - strange how in … Continue reading Kingdom loving 3

No greater love

Love. Profound word, much abused word. The Bible is a book of love, true love, a love so profound and beautiful, and Christmas is about the dramatic unfolding of that love. 'God is love' the Bible simply states. As a trinity of being Father, Son and Holy Spirit, God has always been a loving being … Continue reading No greater love

The Lord’s Prayer – Our Father (2)

Jesus said when you pray say, "Father/our Father."¬†What a wonderful way to begin a prayer, from the beginning it speaks of one who gives us life and secondly cares for the life that he gives us. We are his children - wonderful! A relationship has been established, a relationship that can never be lost, however … Continue reading The Lord’s Prayer – Our Father (2)

The Fellowship of the Three

I wonder what resolutions you've made, if any? I wonder what your hopes and aspirations are, even your prayers for yourself and others? Are they just need based, problem solving, helping etc.? Paul's pray for the Ephesian Christians was the opening of their eyes that they may know God (1:17). God, you say, haven't they … Continue reading The Fellowship of the Three