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Judgement can be about how we feel about something. God's focus is not on our sin but on us and how he feels about us, and so there is a link between mercy and judgement in us and in God. Mike explores these ideas based on scriptures from Jeremiah 31 and Luke 6
David explores some reasons why Jesus died and why it had to happen that way.
In 2 Kings 5, Naaman, the Assyrian army commander, comes up against the immovable force of Elisha, the prophet of God. It brings him up short and he has to change his direction. For us, coming into contact with the power of the presence of Jesus should have the same effect on our lives. Richard unpacks how this might look.
Taking a small section from Revelation 5, Maurice expands and umpacks what it means for Jesus to be worthy and how that should affect us in our everyday lives.
Charles proposes that the opposite of trust is superstition. There’s a story in Judges about someone claiming to trust in God, but who in fact followed superstitions. We are encouraged, that despite not being able to see Jesus, we put our trust in Him. This is because we trust his name and what it stands for. We don’t have a physical Jesus we can reach out and touch - but we do have each other as role models. Not to copy, but to learn from. And so - in everything you do set an example.
Richard takes a fresh look at the lost and found stories of Luke 15 and reveals some uncomfortable yet encouraging gems below the surface of Jesus' parables.