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Here you can find the latest talks and other audio from The Bethel - Old Trafford Christadelphian Church. The six most recent talks available online are listed below, and an archive going back two years can be found on the left. For anything older than two years, please refer to the Feedburner link below, or the iTunes Podcasts link.

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In the letter to the Romans, Chapter 12, Paul explores some improtant qualitites. We are taught abot equality, dignity and diversity. Charles explores how we value ourselves and others and what we can do to combat the instant gratification, superficial short-cuts that seem to be hard-wired into our society.
In the letter to the Romans, Chapter 12, Paul explores some improtant qualitites. We are taught abot equality, dignity and diversity. Charles explores how we value ourselves and others and what we can do to combat the instant gratification, superficial short-cuts that seem to be hard-wired into our society.
David walks through an exploration of the questions and points that are thrown up by Acts 13 and Paul’s journeys and interactions. The good news reached us in the end due to the tenacity and courage of him and others. And gratitude is our response.
Jacob wrestled with God and was strong enough to stand up against the representation of God that he met. In his struggle, he was only stopped by divine intervention. David explores this and proposes that in equipping us properly, God often gives us a tough workout. It is the faithful endurance of Jacob that wins through and is proven as a result of his wrestling. Whilst it isn't always easy to see our path when we are in the thick of the struggle, zooming out to see the bigger picture can show us the tools that God has given us to cope with whatever we are wrestling with.
We've all fallen asleep at inappropriate moments. There area many lessons we can learn from these experiences but even more that we can learn from the unfortunate-fortunate plight of Eutuchus. Jonathan walks us through some basic steps to stop us being at risk of falling out of windows and dying. Stay Close to God and Christ, Don't let ourselves fall asleep and stay close to other people that stay awake and watch out for others at risk of sleeping.
Time is something we struggle with and learning to allow God to work in His own time rather than in our time will help us to live in peace. This morning’s take-away: we are called to not only be humble, but to also be bold in our faith.