Monthly Archives: October 2013

Blessed are the poor

Matthew 5:1–12 Let’s quickly set the scene for today’s Scripture. Jesus is up north near his home town of Nazareth in the region of Galilee. He is walking from town to town with his disciples. Great crowds come out to … Continue reading

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The Almighty Love of God

1 John 3:1–11 Good evening. On behalf of the International Fellowship I want to thank you this evening for your prayers for us. We are humbled by your encouragement and support. We want to say thank you. Thanks to all … Continue reading

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God calls us to return to him

Malachi 3:6–18 Our reading today is from the last book of the Old Testament, the book of Malachi. Malachi is a Hebrew word that means ‘messenger’. We don’t know who wrote the book of Malachi. The book of Malachi is … Continue reading

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No judgement in Jesus

1 Corinthians 3:1–17 Do you remember from last week how many trees God placed in the middle of the Garden of Eden? He put two trees there. Adam and Eve were told not to touch one of them and not … Continue reading

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No life apart from Jesus

John 6:47–63 The Gospel of John begins with a passage that is strikingly similar to the first verses of the Bible in Genesis chapter one. They both start with the phrase ‘in the beginning’. Genesis says in the beginning ‘God’, … Continue reading

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