Monthly Archives: January 2019

27.1.19 – In Order To Reach Our Potential – Peter Cheyne

Read Jeremiah 6:16-20, Matthew 9:16-17. A large part of the reason I accepted the call to come to this church was because I believed it had great potential. I still believe there is huge potential. My dream is that we … Continue reading

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20.1.19 – Simply Jesus – Peter Cheyne

In the last part of last year, we spent a bit of time brainstorming words that describe Jesus. I said I would summarise it and bring it back to see if we could come up with a profile of Jesus. … Continue reading

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13.1.19 – Invitation To Die. Invitation To Live – Peter Cheyne

There’s a whole lot of words we could put in this gap: “I _______ Jesus”. You already know that I am going to put in the word “follow” but what are some of the other possibilities? The Bible frequently uses … Continue reading

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30.12.18 – They’re Playing My Song – Peter Cheyne

Over the years, I suspect I have given too little attention to this song that Mary sang in Zechariah and Elizabeth’s home. Maybe I have been a bit suspicious of it. That is ridiculous, of course, because it is biblical … Continue reading

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25.12.18 – Isaiah’s Titles – Peter Cheyne

Seven hundred years before Jesus was born, Isaiah spoke this great prophecy about Him. His coming would be a time of great joy like the joy of people bringing in the harvest, or the joy of victory in battle. In … Continue reading

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23.12.18 – A Clash Of Kings – Peter Cheyne

We have been focusing, this year, on titles given to Jesus, that were connected to His birth. Last week we looked at what the angel said to Mary about Jesus being both her son and the Son of God – … Continue reading

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16.12.18 – Following The God-Man – Peter Cheyne

The angel who came to Mary – was he three metres tall? Was he dazzling white? Was he dressed like a warrior? Clearly it was a traumatic experience for Mary. V.29 says that she was greatly troubled and in v.30 … Continue reading

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