A physical thirst never leaves us but are we ignoring our spiritual thirst? John Ch 4 tells us Jesus is the only one who can satisfy this thirst deep within us, do you agree? Why not explore this vital question….
Even Nicodemus must be born again.
We know who we are; how we tick; what are our strengths and weaknesses. Jesus challenges us to look again, to see not what we think we know about ourselves but what he can see. Then, he calls us to give up on what we think we can do, and to join in what God has planned for our lives.
Abstaining or building?
Abstaining or building? Is lent about giving things up or God building a deeper trust in us? Our different church backgrounds mean we may start in different places as we answer this question but why not explore your answer by listening to this talk.
The Heavens are telling the glory of God!
Jonathan Aitken says of psalm 19: 'The message our pressurised contemporary world can take from this psalm is that God is to be found in the beauty of nature, in the keeping of his Laws, and in the building of a personal relationship with him.' Creation is all around us. When we see it, do we remember the creator? Do we hear the heavens declare the glory of God? And will we remember that it doesn’t stop there?
- 1 of 5
- next ›