Category Archives: Prayer

26.9.16 – Committed To Prayer – Peter Cheyne

I realise that the fact that you are here probably means that you are committed to prayer. Which means I feel like a bit of a fraud because I am not a great pray-er. I don’t pray nearly as much … Continue reading

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24.4.16 – Knowing Christ’s Presence – The Transfiguration – Rachel Judge

Luke 9: 28 – 36 & Exodus 24: 12 – 18   We’ve journeyed now for three months with some characters that Luke has introduced us to, with great compassion. We’ve met the poor, in the widow who had to … Continue reading

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17.4.16 – The Prayerful Attitude – Rachel Judge

Gracious God, we want what you desire for us. We long to pray in the ways you ask us to pray. We yearn to be the people you made us to be. Still our hearts now so that we can … Continue reading

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28.2.16 – How To Pray And What To Pray For – Rachel Judge

Over the past couple of weeks as we’ve become better acquainted with Martha and Mary, and much more aware of Christ’s call on our lives, His call for us to be totally devoted to Him, with God’s priorities at the … Continue reading

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21.2.16 – The Rhythm Of A Balanced Life – Rachel Judge

  Scripture Readings: Luke 10: 38 – 42 & Colossians 1: 21 – 23 Odd question, but what sort of a gymnast are you? How’s your balance? Would you now, or maybe a few years ago, have ever rivalled those … Continue reading

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14.2.16 – Listening Is Prayer Too – Rachel Judge

Read Luke 10: 38 – 42 & Isaiah 30: 15 – 21 Did you remember? Do you need to remember? It’s Valentine’s Day today. The day of ‘love’ (the day when florists prosper!) So it seems appropriate that today we … Continue reading

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7.2.16 – Prayer And Authority – Rachel Judge

Read Luke 7:1-10 The rain was relentless on our first family trip through the Buller Gorge. We took all day to travel from Hanmer Springs, after Alan had married a young couple we knew on a farm in a remote … Continue reading

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