To know the will of God for your life – surely that’s every Christian’s aspiration? But how many of us really feel that we know what God wants us to do? Peter gave us some tips in today’s talk – download or listen to it here.
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Today Jonathan spoke about the importance of avoiding complacency in our Christian (and church) lives, and therefore the corresponding significance of ensuring that we continue to listen to God. Listen to or download his talk here.
Today Barry picked up on our occasional series looking at the Lord’s Prayer, to speak on the opening phrase: “Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name”. What does it mean to address the creator of the universe as “Father” — and what are the meanings of the many names ascribed to God in the Bible? Listen to or download his talk here (his Powerpoint slides are here).
Today was another of our “Question Church” meetings — following up on the previous session where we talked about the Holy Spirit (sorry, the sound quality of that recording was not good, so it is not available here). This time, four panel members responded to four questions: What does it mean to be filled with the Holy Spirit? Are those filled with the Spirit somehow “better Christians” than others? What is the gift of tongues? Does the Holy Spirit work in non-believers? Roger Street introduced the session and kept everyone in order, while Peter Nodding provided a summing up. Listen to or download the recording here.
Today Siobhan talked to us about how God’s people are expected to be filled with justice and righteousness. But what do those terms mean? And more particularly, what do they mean for us? Listen to or download Siobhan’s words here.
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