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1. A WRONG TURN (1-5) From Bethlehem to Moab 2. A U-TURN (6-18) Death, grief, emptiness and loyalty 3. A RETURN (19-22) Back to the land of covenant promise
PAUL’S DESIRE a) The Spread of The Gospel b) The Response to The Gospel c) Protection from the wicked PAUL’S REMINDER a) The Lord is faithful b) He will strengthen and guard you c) Keep going! PAUL’S VISION a) May the Lord lead you: b) In the love of…
The responses of: THE PHARISEES (v1-6) To the healing on the Sabbath THE CROWDS AND THE SPIRITS (v7-12) To the many with diseases He had healed THE DISCIPLES AND THE APOSTLES (v13-19) To the call from Jesus
PAUL IDENTIFIES THE PROBLEM False teaching about the return of Jesus PAUL DESCRIBES A PERSON His name, his character, his rule and his ruin. PAUL REMINDS THEM OF THE PROMISE Jesus will be victorious!
In verses 12 & 13 we read: For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. Therefore take up the whole armour of…
Justification brings: 1) PEACE WITH GOD Justified by faith alone Jesus the redeemer and mediator 2) ACCESS TO GRACE Through the Lord Jesus Christ A new permanent standing 3) HOPE OF GLORY Our certain hope A life of exaltation now
Thank you for your ongoing prayers and support doing these uncertain times.
Please do continue to pray for wisdom and guidance as we seek to do what is best to care for those who are most vulnerable among us.
As per the latest government guidelines and on the basis of an expert medical opinion from within our congregation, from the NHS and from Public Health England, we want to offer this additional information:
We advise anyone with a weakened immune system or any underlying health condition to stay away from public gatherings indoors.
If anyone experiences even a minor new and continuous cough, fever or other cold-like symptoms, please stay at home for at least 7 days.
These steps will help to protect those most vulnerable to the virus.
Please do pray for those who are vulnerable and may feel frightened and isolated. We are working on a strategy to help in this area.
Please pray for those who are on the front line of dealing with those affected, nurses, doctors and other health and social care workers.
We will be doing our best to keep you informed as regularly and as promptly as we can and as seems wise.
-Thursday Club will be suspended until further notice.
-CAMEO the monthly ladies group will also be suspended until further notice.
-The youth and children's work will take place as normal for now. Any changes for next week will be communicated as soon as they are known.
At this time, there is no guidance to cancel services or events. We are constantly checking as this and will respond accordingly.
We are planning to meet together this Sunday, 15th, as usual until the NHS and Public Health England change their advice. We are currently thinking through different strategies should this change.
We will be doing all we can over the coming weeks to help minimise the risk, encouraging each other to minimise contact. We have asked the welcome team asked not to shake hands when you come through the door.
We are also looking to livestream the services and recording them to be available on the website afterwards. Depending on the rapidly changing situation and guidance, we may be altering our services to best respond and also to protect the vulnerable.
We are thinking through several scenarios and will keep updating you as things progress.
If you are aware of someone in need or at risk of increased isolation, please call this number for help: 0151 280 9716
Please see the NHS website at www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Public health England at www.gov.uk/government/organisations/public-health-england
This is a time for us as a congregation to trust God, act wisely and love one another!
On behalf of the elders