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When we close our eyes to who we are, or allow our open eyes to see who we are and endup wracked with guilt, we end up hurtiong ourselves and others. It is encouraging that God still forgives us even though he knows us better than we know ourselves. We slso have a responsibility to ourselves and others to seek out places to be encouraged and ways to encourage each other.
It is easy to wonder why people can not just get along and work together doing things the right way, until we remember that they may also be thinking the same. Our right way may not be right for someone else which is why the encouragment and tools to use to deal with conflict and disagreements given to us by JAmes are so valuable.
Life’s little things can be quite distracting at times, but this morning, Jack gives us an insight into a few of life’s ‘moments’ where just a little spark has ignited something big and illuminating in his mind. We travel from a lost sheep in Yorkshire, to the last supper with Jesus, from Pilate’s judgement seat to a baptism in Ashton-under-Lyme.
The Encounter Nicodemus has with Jesus was all about a man persistently seeking truth. This provides a good example and great model and foundation for baptism and faith. It is something we can do well to continue to follow. With great joy, we baptise and welcome a new yet not so new member to our family at The Bethel.
Was it really a group of hungry widows in the first century that meant the gospel message was spread to us in 2017 or was something else going on? When we are weak and vulnerable, we do stupid and wrong things unless we are truly rooted in God. Stephen was a man grounded in God with godly power running through him like a Van-De-Graff generator. His experiences demonstrate to us how religiousness is not necessarily christlikeness. To respond in a christlike manner when we are vulnerable and week requires Christ to be central in our lives. Stephen showed how Christ was central in his discipline, application, dedication and faithfulness.
Do we understand the language of the Bible, especially those words that we don’t use in everyday language? This morning, Pete asks this question of the word ‘glory’. What is glory? How does Jesus glorify God, and how do we bring glory to God and to Jesus? Pete explains why we should constantly acknowledge and confess, and give them greater importance in our lives.