Monthly Archives: January 2013

27.1.13 – Prayer: Problem Or Promise?

Bible reading: Luke 1:5-17 Alfred Lord Tennyson famously said, “More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of.” Was he right? How much is achieved through prayer? The reality is that most Christians struggle with prayer. There are … Continue reading

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20.1.13 – Seeking A Saviour: Simeon and Anna

Around Christmas, we, at this church, considered the theme: Seeking A Saviour. I suggested that the whole world is seeking a saviour. Everyone longs for a better world without sadness and crime and war and pollution. The message of Christmas … Continue reading

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25.12.12 – Seeking A Saviour: The Shepherds – Peter Cheyne

Read Luke 2:8-20 I am not sure if it has been apparent to you but in my mind there has been the theme of “Seeking A Saviour”. On Sunday I suggested that the whole world is actually seeking a saviour. … Continue reading

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24.12.12 – Seeking A Saviour: The Magi – Peter Cheyne

Read Matthew 2:1-12 I want us to do a little detective work. In the story of Jesus’ birth that we heard before we heard about some people who came looking for the baby. Who were they? There were the shepherds … Continue reading

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23.12.12 – Seeking A Saviour – Peter Cheyne

Can you identify these images from the news of the last few days? (Step through the images as people identify them. Stop on Syrian one) What do we see there? Pain, sorrow, death, evil. When God created the world, He … Continue reading

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