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What can we learn from Rahab? She was a woman as flawed as we could imagine. Yet, in the coupling of her faith and actions, she was saved. Tony encouraged us to demonstrate our faith by how we live, lettin gour faith inspire us to change and be different.
This morning Alex takes us back to the days of the reign of David, a man who's faith was strong, but parenting skills were weak. One of David's sons kills another son and in so doing banishes himself. Alex uses this to illustrate that we banish ourselves from God, and it is up to us to allow ourselves to let God draw us closer to him again.
This morning Malcolm brings into focus the life and work of Isaiah. With lots of lovely one-line wisdoms from Malcolm and poetry from the Prince of Prophets, Isaiah, we are taught to seek God, endure change, and look to a bright and glorious future centred around the wondrous example of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Jesus said 'Why seek the living among the dead'. Andrew drew thoughts FROM the beginning of Luke 24, considering where the focus of our lives lie.
Charles walks us through the parable of the bad stewards, reminding us the we have the same forces at work in us as in the bad stewards. If we can combat those forces and nurture the fresh branches, we will look after the Jesus connection to the rest of our lives.
Reading the bible without open hearts and minds will inevitably lead to a dulling of the experience of God's presence in our lives. When did the bible last set your heart racing? Opening up to God and looking for the surprises he has for us will sharpen our sense of God's personal involvement.