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RemembranceSimon Allaby5th November 201710,861 Kb
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A reflection on Psalm 77 in this season of 'remembering' that includes All Saints Day and Remembrance Sunday.
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A Total VictorySimon Allaby29th October 201720,609 Kb
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Colossians 2:13-20
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A Life of FreedomSimon Allaby22nd October 201716,144 Kb
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Colossians 2:6-12
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A Powerful CommissionBob Harrison15th October 201717,487 Kb
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Colossians 1:24 - 2:5
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A God who rescuesDave Sweetman8th October 201715,801 Kb
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Colossians 1:21-23
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The Difference Jesus MakesVarious1st October 201717,487 Kb
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Three people share their first hand experiences of the difference Jesus makes when: you're on your own in a difficult situation; when you need to overcome your fears; and when you're faced with the loss of a loved one through illness. And of course the greatest difference Jesus makes is on the day this this life ends and we stand before Him knowing that we have trusted in Him and accepted His offer of forgiveness and salvation.
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A God made visibleSimon Allaby24th September 201719,342 Kb
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Colossians 1:15-20 Three contemporary questions: If there is a God what is he/she/it like? Why is our world so full of chaos, conflict and suffering? What can be done to make the world a better place? These few verses provide the answers: God is like Jesus; Jesus holds all things together - remove Him and all things fall apart; reconciliation with God through Jesus leads ultimately to the restoration of creation.
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A Life Worthy of GodSimon Allaby17th September 201721,165 Kb
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Colossians 1:9-14. With the story of Exodus in the back of his mind, Paul reminds the Colossian Christians that Jesus has won for them a new exodus from the slavery of sin to freedom of life in the Spirit. He prays that they may know the will of God, but perhaps more importantly, that they will know God Himself.
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A faith worth hearing aboutSimon Allaby10th September 201713,635 Kb
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Colossians 1:1-8 This term we are studying this letter from Paul, written from prison in Ephesus to a church he never actually visited. In our passage today he reminds them of the hope they have 'stored up in heaven' and commends the example of Epaphras 'a faithful minster of Christ' who brought the Gospel to them.
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The Bolts of LifeSimon Allaby3rd September 201716,688 Kb
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At the start of a new term we look at the two 'bolts of life' that we need to have in place to live life to the full. The two 'bolts' are the answers to the questions 'Who am I?' and 'What is my life for?'. Get those 'bolts' in the right place at the beginning and the rest of life will hold together.
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How Hard it is to Build the Kingdom of GodSimon Allaby27th August 201720,041 Kb
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Luke 10:1-20. If building the Kingdom of God is a matter of following Jesus, listening to what He says, watching what He does and then doing the same, how come we so often find it so difficult? This morning we explore five reasons why we stumble and make things difficult for ourselves.
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How Easy it is the Build the Kingdom of GodSimon Allaby20th August 201723,417 Kb
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I Corinthians 2:26- 2:5 and Mark 1-3. Jesus steps into history, announces that the Kingdom of God is coming, and invites people to follow Him. As they do they listen to what He has to say and watch what He does. Then he issues a second call to follow Him, but this time the call involves not just learning about who He is, but also about becoming like Him and doing the things He does. At all points it is Jesus who takes the initiative and our part is simply to listen, observe and then obey. Easy!
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Judges 6: Getting a proper perspectiveSimon Allaby30th July 201714,345 Kb
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Gideon has misunderstood who God is and who he is as a child of God. As a result he finds himself hiding in a winepress rather than taking on his enemies. The recovery of a proper perspective in both of these areas lead him to a great victory in the power of God. The story is a challenge and encouragement to us who often make the same mistakes.
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Letter to the Church at LaodiceaSimon Allaby16th July 201718,942 Kb
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Revelation 3:14-22. The last of the seven letters is addressed to a church without any redeeming features, but one which has succumbed to self-sufficiency and pride. Jesus loves this church but finds Himself on the outside knocking to be asked back in.
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Letter to the Church at PhiladelphiaSimon Allaby9th July 201721,050 Kb
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Revelation 3:1-13. In Philadelphia we find a small church community under pressure from Hellenistic culture and Jewish traditionalists, and yet which is commended for keeping Jesus' word and not denying His name. He promises them that there is an open door for sharing the Gospel, that He will sustain them through times of trial, and that He is coming soon.
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Letter to the Church at SardisSimon Allaby18th June 201719,934 Kb
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Revelation 3:1-6. Like the city in which it exists the Church at Sardis seems to have become overly complacent and comfortable, troubled neither by heresy from within, nor opposition from the pagan community without. The challenge is for her to wake up before it is too late. Like the other letters this one serves as a powerful mirror in which to examine ourselves and our own church communities.
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Letter to the Church at PergamumSimon Allaby28th May 201718,958 Kb
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Revelation 2:12-17. The church at Pergamum is in the home of the Roman capital of Asia with a proconsul holding the power of life and death, and the centre of worship for the Greek pantheon of gods. They are holding firm against enormous pressure but some have succumbed to the temptation to compromise with the world around. Jesus gives a challenge to them to repent - or judgement will be forthcoming.
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Letter to SmyrnaSimon Allaby21st May 201718,559 Kb
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Revelation 2:8-11. The Christian community in Smyrna is being crushed under the weight of opposition, most notably from the Jewish community. But Jesus commends them for their faithfulness. Reminding them of His sovereignty and victory over death, He reassures them and us that there is nothing to fear and nothing that others can do to us that will deprive us of the crown of life that is ours in Him.
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