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Whose Hand on Your Shoulder?

Heard on the last One Show BBC TV programme before Christmas: The presenters went to the church next door and asked the vicar for his message to the viewers this Christmas. His message was very short but so much to … Continue reading

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Your Third Word

This post is based on a Bible study, which I unfortunately forgot to note so I could credit them. Apologies. I Am _____ God introduced Himself to Moses with just two words: “I AM.” Typically that phrase needs a third … Continue reading

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Living as a Citizen of God’s Kingdom

For the last two posts we have been looking at God’s plan for our lives. First we looked at Jeremiah 29:11 and saw how it cannot be applied to us. Second we looked at the Beatitudes and how they describe … Continue reading

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How Do I Fit Into God’s Plan?

Last week we looked at Jeremiah 29:11 and discovered that this is not a promise we can take for ourselves. We ended with some questions. If God doesn’t have a plan specific to my life what does he have? Is … Continue reading

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What is God’s Plan for Your Life?

What do you think of when you hear those words, ‘God’s plan for your life’? Where does this idea for God’s having a plan for your life come from? Many Christians cling to the verse in Jeremiah:“I know the plans … Continue reading

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Better Than a Hallelujah

A song to think about this week, by Amy Grant, with a heartrending video – keep a tissue handy! God loves a lullaby In a mothers tears in the dead of night Better than a Hallelujah sometimes. God loves a … Continue reading

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Responding to the Love of God

God loves you, no buts. How should we respond? We understand that our understanding of the love is limited by our experience. We are limited by our vocabulary – I love my wife and I love curry. Other languages have … Continue reading

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