Author Archives: Peter Cheyne

24.5.20 – The King Returns Victorious – Peter Cheyne

Read Luke 24:50-51; Ephesians 1:15-23 I am not very good at maths. I worked out that 40 days after Easter Sunday took us to last Friday but I saw in my calendar that last Thursday was Ascension Day. Jesus appeared … Continue reading

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17.5.20 – How To Be An Infectious Church – Peter Cheyne

Read Matthew 28:16-20 Do you remember Easter this year? I barely do. It feels like a long time ago. It was actually 35 days ago. By Friday it will be 40 days – the period during which Jesus kept appearing … Continue reading

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10.5.20 – Foundations Stones Of The Church – Peter Cheyne

Read Acts 1:1-11 Since Easter we have been looking at the post-resurrection appearances of Jesus – to the two travellers on the road to Emmaus, to Thomas, to the disciples on the beach, to Peter. The first few verses of … Continue reading

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3.5.20 – I Have One Question For You – Peter Cheyne

Read John 21:15-25 This story is the sequel to Peter’s having denied Jesus three times. Three time, while Jesus was on trial, Peter was afraid to be associated with Him and so he said that he did not know Jesus. … Continue reading

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12.4.20 – Easter Sunday: The Sign Of Jonah – Peter Cheyne

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26.4.20 – Breakfast On The Beach – Peter Cheyne

This passage seems very straightforward. Jesus appeared for a third time to the disciples. They were out fishing. They caught nothing. He appeared on the shore and told them to throw their net on the right side of the boat. … Continue reading

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19.4.20 – Doubt: Catalyst or Catastrophe – Peter Cheyne

Read John 20:24-29 Last week I talked about the passage in which Jesus, when asked for a sign by the religious leaders, said, “A wicked and adulterous generation asks for a sign. No sign will be given except the sign … Continue reading

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