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20 Oct 2014

Ukraine in Bible Prophecy

Last night Don Pearce, from Rugby, spoke to us on Bible prophecy.  The recent events in Ukraine and the middle east demonstrate the ongoing fulfilment of God's plan and purpose for this earth laid out hundreds of years ago in the Bible.  This is a recording of the talk that Don gave on another occasion.


18 Apr 2014

Read the Bible every day!

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, 

that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and 
perfect will of God. (Romans 12:2, NKJV)

Our salvation depends on bringing our minds into harmony with God – how He thinks, how He feels, what is important to Him. Believing the Gospel is only the beginning. It takes a lifetime of tireless effort to achieve.

Naturally, the mind is estranged from God and all His ideas (Romans 8:7; 1 Corinthians 2:14).Transforming it to reflect God does not happen all at once. The only way is to busily apply ourselves to what God has provided for this very purpose – the Scriptures of Truth. Our minds need to be brought into line with the mind of the Spirit as we see it in those writings.


27 Oct 2013

The Fall

autumn tree and leavesAutumn spreads her panoply of glorious colours across the land. A pageant of tones assails the eye, from gilded yellows though fiery amber to the richness of gorgeous reds. Spring’s fair blossom flowers find fulfilment in abundant fruitfulness, ripe windfalls a harvest abundance awaiting collection.


3 Oct 2013

A prayerless life can never be a God-guided life

Deep in our hearts all of us know that prayer is vital for our spiritual development; without it there can be no true fellowship with God, power for effective witness or holiness of character. The more we pray, the opposition of the flesh becomes weaker, communion with God becomes sweeter and the presence of the Lord sheds its radiance throughout our lives.

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29 Dec 2012

The Real Christmas

Christmas TreeThe big day has come and gone! We may well have eaten too much, enjoyed giving and receiving lots of nice presents and seen family and friends this time of year. It's a time of fun and festivity for many people, it's also a time when shops make a lot of money in the mass commercialism in the run up to the event, and in the sales afterwards.

But why? What's special about Christmas? Many people, in answer to this question, will say it's to remember the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of God. But how many of us are remembering Jesus when we battle through the last minute christmas shopping, or are rushing around preparing the Christmas dinner, or over indulging in food and drink?


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