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17 September 2019

The Invitation

by Gemma Gardner

Jesus spoke about a wedding banquet in His parable, “Now go out to the street corners and invite everyone you see”. So the servants brought in everyone they could find, good and bad alike, and the banquet hall was filled with guests (Matthew 22:9-10). And God has prepared a great feast, and He wants...

16 September 2019

Truth Experienced!

by Peter Horrobin

So often I hear words of amazement from those whom the Lord has rescued, when they come back to Him – they are utterly amazed at His forgiving and healing love. Love which causes joy to rise from the formerly broken heart and singing to be expressed by lips that were previously locked together by hurt,...

15 September 2019

The Pursuit of Happiness

by Dotty Cockcroft

It struck me recently that the world believes that we have a right to happiness. Modern technology means ideas can be promoted around the world in moments. Advertising depends on the idea that we must pursue happiness at all costs, with suggestions that if we just get this holiday or that new sofa or...

14 September 2019

The Word

by Ron Scurfield

Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert to do battle with the evil one. He had just been baptised in the river Jordan and the Holy Spirit had descended upon Him like a dove. God had publicly declared His pleasure in Him: ‘My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.’ Then He was led into the wilderness...

13 September 2019

The Fear of the Lord is the Key

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

I read an article recently about a high-profile Christian who had fallen into sin. Someone who was trying to understand what had happened asked him, “When did you stop loving the Lord?”, assuming that this was the reason the person had not resisted the temptations that came his way. The reply was...

12 September 2019

No Compromise

by Malcolm Wood

In these days of ‘political correctness’, when so many traditional values, definitions, attitudes, practices and life styles are being challenged for fear of causing offence, the experiences of four young men we read of in the book of Daniel presents us Bible-believing Christians with a great challenge....

11 September 2019

Growing in Faith

by Sue Cronk

Many of you will have heard today’s scripture expounded from the pulpit at some time in your life. It is one of those famous faith verses from Hebrews 11, wedged between a commendation of Enoch and Noah, that easily catches your attention. ‘Without faith it is impossible to please God’, we read,...

10 September 2019

Nothing Stops Jesus

by Denise Cross

I can’t help but wonder how the disciples arrived for the meeting in that room. I imagine them hurrying through the streets looking over their shoulders, faces down and suspicious of people passing by them. Perhaps they jumped at small noises or dark shadows. I imagine the first few warmly greeting...

9 September 2019


by Richard Griffiths

It’s that familiar trio: faith, hope and love. We often get teaching about faith and love. But hope sometimes seems to be the poor relation. And this is a shame, because you really can’t live without hope. The great Russian novelist, Fyodor Dostoevsky wrote, ‘To live without hope is to cease to...

8 September 2019

In the Name of Jesus

by Ron Scurfield

Jesus said, ‘Whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you’ (John 15:16). What does this mean - ‘in My name?’ When we pray, we often include ‘in the name of Jesus’ at the end, presumably because we feel this verse encourages us to do so. Why then are our prayers not always effective,...

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