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23.4.17 – Living With Our Living Lord – Rachel Judge

  Searching God, You keep on looking for us when we feel lost. You find us in the most unexpected places, and you draw us to find you, easily, openly. Take the scales from our eyes now, Lord Jesus, we … Continue reading

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16.4.17 – 7 Resurrection Transformations – Peter Cheyne

When Jesus appeared to the disciples, they were utterly transformed. The fact that Jesus was alive made a massive difference. I think there are seven transformations in this passage that reveal what happens when people meet the risen Jesus. Seven … Continue reading

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9.10.16 – What Is The Gospel? – Peter Cheyne

This sermon refers to a diagram. You can find a pdf copy of that diagram here. What is the gospel? A wee while ago I got an email that said, “Promote the core message of our gospel”. What do you … Continue reading

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5.4.15 – Resurrection is The Point – Peter Cheyne

Read John 20:1-18; 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has issued an Easter message in which he says he wants to be clear about his belief in the importance of Christianity. In part, he said, “I am an … Continue reading

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20.4.14 – Losing Jesus – Peter Cheyne

Think of the women and the disciples on Easter Sunday. They must have experienced all sorts of emotions. But do you think one of them might have been embarrassment? They had lost Jesus. They didn’t know where He was and … Continue reading

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31.3.13 – Live The Resurrection Life – Peter Cheyne

The apostle, Paul, when he wrote to the Corinthians about what he had preached among them, said, “I resolved to know nothing… except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.” (1 Cor 2:2) I read one time that every sermon, no matter … Continue reading

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