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Gospel Message 17th April – Easter Sunday

Gospel Message 10th April – Palm Sunday

When we consider Palm Sunday we consider that Jesus told the disciples to go to a place where there were crossroads to collect the donkey that he was going to ride up to Jerusalem on.

Are we at a crossroads in our life? Whereby we are considering which way to turn. The Bible reminds us of two ways. A Narrow way of Life or a broad Way that leads to destruction. Sadly many choose to remain on the broad way to face God’s wrath in a coming day instead of coming to the one who went into Jerusalem to be taken and crucified to enable us as sinners to be saved. The Easter story is of hope to those who trust in the Lord Jesus knowing that he Died for them and Rose again. As you consider the crossroads of Life make the wise choice. Turn to the Lord Jesus. Consider the words of the chorus:

“I met Jesus at the crossroads, where the two ways meet. Satan too was standing there and he said come this way, there’s lots and lots of pleasure I can give to you today. But I said NO, there’s Jesus here, let’s see what he offers me. Down here my sins forgiven, up there a home in heaven, praise God that’s the way for me.”

Christmas Messages 12/12 – 26/12

Christmas is a time for remembering the birth of the Lord Jesus. Whether we take time to consider the words of Christmas Carols at this time of the year, or whether we consider the Bible verses re-telling the birth of the Lord Jesus, the question remains what have we celebrated this Christmas time.

It is important for us to take time to reflect upon the reason for this season.

Long after the presents have been opened, the food has been eaten and the Christmas tree has died; I wonder if God’s Gift of Eternal Life is still left unopened, unclaimed not wanted.

Follow the attached Powerpoint, that asks us whether we have received the Gift on offer to us from God this Christmas


Wise Men Seek

As we enter the Christmas season, we were reminded about the fact that wise men seek answers.

The wise men in Matthew ch 2 saw a Star in the sky that told them that a King had been born, they came seeking answers.

Are we wanting to find out more about Jesus? If we don’t search for him and acknowledge him as our Saviour we will face Him as a judge in a coming day. The Bible tells us that if we seek we will find.

Surprised and scared shepherds witnessed the message from the angel that a “Saviour had been born” They responded to the message and found baby Jesus lying in the manger. Are we going to accept the message of Good News from God that we can trust in the Saviour.

Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners (that is you and me) by asking for our sins to be forgiven we can have eternal life.

Simeon in Luke ch 2 was satisfied, he got to hold baby Jesus in his arms. He said mine eyes have seen God’s Salvation.

It would be great at this Christmas time for you to accept the Lord Jesus Christ as your Saviour.


What do you think about what is going on in the world?

In Genesis ch 11 we were reminded that when mankind wanted to live without God it brought confusion, calamity and catastrophe. The tower that was built to enable mankind to live without God was never finished. Have you ever wondered how languages came into this world? The Bible has all the answers. A Godless society can never prosper.

Jesus came into this world to provide clarity, certainty and comfort. When you accept Jesus as Saviour and ask for your sins (the wrong that you have done) to be forgiven you can know exactly this. How long are you wanting to try and go through life without God? Jesus says “He is the Way the Truth and the Life” (John ch 3 v 16)


The question posed was which of the two men in Luke ch18 are you? Follow the powerpoint slide below.

The Bible makes it clear, that we need to consider how God views us, not our own estimation or even what others think about us. The Gospel message of Good News helps us realise that through believing and receiving we can be changed from needing God’s forgiveness to receiving it and have Hope and the promise of Eternal Life.

14/11/2021 Remembrance Sunday

As we remember those who lost their lives for our freedom, we were reminded that God demonstrates his love to this World through the giving of his own Son.

We considered the colours of the poppy; we are reminded that the black represents the sin in our lives that separates us from God. The Red represents the blood of Jesus that was shed to enable our sins to be forgiven. The green is new life that is provided through Faith in God’s Son the Lord Jesus. We might remember the fallen soldiers but forget to remember that Jesus died for you and me on the cross of Calvary nearly 2,000 years ago. What a shame to never consider that his life makes it possible for us to be free from the consequence of our sin against the creator God.

Gospel means GOOD NEWS and that is the very thing we want to share. In a world of disappointment and confusion the Bible provides hope no matter what our situation may be.

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