Philemon 4-6. After his greeting, Paul next mentions his prayers for the recipient. In his words we hear indications of the way he will write in the rest of the letter. He thanks God for his friend’s faith and the
Paul is on a doomed ship in the middle of the Mediterranean sea. However, he cannot see these circumstances as others see them. The rest of the ship is in panic and the sailors are plotting a way of escape,
A talk given by our pastor, David Last, at our evening carol service on Sunday 22nd December 2019.
A talk given by our pastor, David Last, at our morning carol service on Sunday 22nd December 2019.
‘It is finished’ said the Saviour as he closed his eyes in death (Jo 19:30). To reach the point at which a task is done can be precious to us, especially if it is on our conscience as a duty
The death of Herod Agrippa is the tragic tale of a king who will not listen. It takes place at a scary time in old Israel’s history, roughly 17 years after Jesus first appeared in public as the king whom
Saul, converted and healed, goes into the synagogues of Damascus no longer to arrest (Ac 9:2) but now to preach Jesus as the ‘Son of God’. That important phrase, which hasn’t been used before in Acts, contains many rich Bible
Click the left arrow (“Good news”) at the bottom to go to the next in the series God was behind it all: at work in the events of Christmas. Really? Maybe you doubt that. You have a different religion, a