Monthly Archives: December 2013

29.12.13 – The Gospel For The Person Who Has Everything – Peter Cheyne

Read John 3:1-21 One of the classic questions, when buying presents, is: What do you get for the person who has everything? I think Christians face a similar question when it comes to evangelism: How do you share the good … Continue reading

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25.12.13 – Annus Mirabilis – Peter Cheyne

An “annus horribilis” he believed it was called. He hadn’t known the phrase before the Queen had used it to describe her horrible year. He didn’t care much for Greek or Latin or whatever it was but it came to … Continue reading

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22.12.13 – Why Did Jesus Come? To Proclaim Good News – Peter Cheyne

Read Luke 4:14-21 In Mark 1 we are told that Jesus got up early one morning, left the house and went to a solitary place to pray. His disciples looked for Him and when they found Him they said, “Everyone … Continue reading

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15.12.13 – Why Did Jesus Come? To Give Abundant Life – Peter Cheyne

Read John 10:1-21 Why did Jesus come? Today’s reading was another that explicitly said why Jesus came. What was it? Jesus said that He came that we might have life and have it to the full. Sometimes we have the … Continue reading

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8.12.13 – Why Did Jesus Come? To Fulfil The Law – Peter Cheyne

Read Matthew 5:18-25 As we approach Christmas, we are asking: Why did Jesus come? In a number of places the scriptures tell us explicitly that Jesus came for such-and-such a reason. Today’s statement comes from the Sermon on the Mount. … Continue reading

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1.12.13 – Why Did Jesus Come? To Save Sinners

Read Matthew 1:18-25 As we head towards Christmas, I want to ask “Why did Jesus come?” That is an important questions if we are going to understand Christmas and Jesus’ life and death. Christmas could prompt a non-Christian friend to … Continue reading

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