Today Peter Nodding covered the whole gamut of ways in which God by his Spirit makes his presence known to both believers and, sometimes, unbelievers. One thing is common across them all, however – God is sovereign and never subject to our control. Our responsibility is to be attentive to God’s initiative and prepared to go wherever obedience may lead. Listen to or download his talk here.
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Although she took the account of Nathan’s dressing down of King David as her text, Siobhan emphasised that often God does not speak so directly to most of us. Sometimes it can be an almost offhand remark from someone we know, but usually together with other indications that it is God who is trying to get a message through! Listen to or download her talk here.
Despite the title, Jonathan’s chosen passage (1 Kings 19) dealt more with depression than silence, as God revealed himself to Elijah in a non-verbal manner at Mount Horeb. This story has lessons for all of us who find ourselves not always on the mountain tops. Listen to or download his talk here. The song from Kari Jobe that was played at the end of Jonathan’s talk cannot be included for copyright reasons, but may be found on YouTube.
Today Jonathan talked about the ways that God has spoken to him through the natural world – or more accurately, the created order. It’s important to remember that no part of Creation is self-sufficient – everything exists only because God is paying attention to it. And if this is true, then nothing we encounter can be truly accidental. Sadly technical problems prevented our recording his talk, but you can download his sermon notes here.
As a result of technical problems with the projection this week, sadly we have no audio recording of Peter’s talk on the topic of prayer. He drew a number of useful points from Jesus’ lesson on prayer to the disciples, recorded in Matthew 6:5-13. Happily he was able to provide us with a copy of his sermon notes, which you can read or download using this link.
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