Rev Steve Haskett, vicar from St John’s Church in Blackpool joins us this morning and shares some thoughts on the theme we have been exploring recently on new wineskins for new wine and being fit for purpose for the new outpouring of God’s Holy Spirit. Reading: Matthew 9:14
This study examines the nature of people as body, soul and spirit and how the battle ground is in our souls and in our minds. This is central teaching to understand how that although all things change when you become a Christian and are born again but at the same time there is a battle going on.
The parable of the wheat and the weeds in Matthew 13 shows us that there clearly are two kingdoms operating in the world as we know it but that at a point in the future every person will need to stand before God’s judgement. There is good news for everyone who will put Christ as their Lord and Saviour!
This first session of six addresses a foundation for understanding spiritual warfare, where the battle takes place and starts to encourage Christians how they are best engaged in it. This is a clear Biblical teaching in this arena.
Jesus taught all the time about the Kingdom of God, so in this series we want to explore what it means and the implications for a believer. This week we are encouraged to pray simply and openly, “Let your kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.”
Why did people go on missions? Who cares? Turn in your Bibles to Matthew 28:18-20 and we will also refer to Acts 1:8. 18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely, I am with you always, to the…
Our local councillor Fred Jackson describes his motivation and reason for serving as a local councillor – namely that Jesus was a servant and so we should be too. He also answers questions from the floor.
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