Monthly Archives: May 2014

18.5.14 – When Godly People Lead Godly Lives… – Peter Cheyne

I want to say two very important things to you. I’d like to look you in the eye as I say them but I can’t do that to everyone at the same time. So, after I have said them, I … Continue reading

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11.5.14 – The Joy Of Suffering For Doing Right – Peter Cheyne

Is it not strange that Jesus puts side-by-side these last two Beatitudes? Firstly, blessed are the peacemakers, then immediately, blessed are those who are persecuted. Last week we thought about scriptures that call us to do everything possible to live … Continue reading

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4.5.14 – Whose Hands And Feet? – Kevin Ward

Luke 24.36-49. The lectionary is something rather knew to me, since Baptists where I spent most of my life and ministry have mostly never heard of it. But since becoming Presbyterian I have generally tried to follow it when preaching … Continue reading

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4.5.14 – Blessed Are The Peacemakers – Peter Cheyne

One of the biggest objections people have to Christianity is Christians. We don’t have a very good reputation. Some people say they like Jesus or they admire Jesus but they can’t stand His followers. Christians are commonly thought of as … Continue reading

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