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28th May 2022

Forth coming Activities June 2022

Please feel free to join us for the clear presentation of the Gospel message (God’s Good News to you and me) at 4.30pm every Sunday.

On a Wednesday evening at 8pm we have either a Bible Discussion (currently studying the book of James) or we have a passage of the Bible explained to us.

5th June Stephen Buckeridge

12th June Daniel Butler

19th June Luke Butler

26th June Martin Hall

22nd October 2021

Back OPEN to the public – Please join us at our new time of 4.30pm on a Sunday (from 24/10)

Updated October 2021 – We have now been open for the public to return to our weekly Gospel Meeting for several months, we have decided that through the winter months to move the time of the meeting to 4.30pm on a Sunday.

We would politely ask people to maintain social distancing whilst within the hall. The wearing of a face mask is at the preference of the individual. We are also singing hymns during this service which will last approximately 30-40 minutes.

As recommended we are keeping the hall ventilated so please ensure you are dressed appropriately. We look forward to your visit.

27th May 2022

Short Seasonal Video

As we celebrate the 70th year of Her Majesty the Queen on the Throne the below video reminds us of the Faith of the Queen in God.

https://youtu.be/EQfj_Gs7NgY

This Easter Time – Have you considered Why Jesus needed to Die and the fact that He is ALIVE. Please take time to watch this short video.

A message of meaning Tribute to HRH The Prince Philip

Obituary: HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh - BBC News

With Christmas just around the corner – please take time to consider the REAL reason for the season. The Birth of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the World. Click on the below image to watch the video

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Remembrance Poem – Remembering those who gave their lives for us and reminds us that the Lord Jesus gave himself for us. Please click on the poppy below to watch this seasonal video.

Did you have a pumpkin this year? Click on the below pumpkin to watch a short video (this is a link on Facebook)

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9th April 2022

Happy Easter

Please join us over Easter to hear the wonderful message of Jesus death and resurrection for you.

Sunday 17th April at 4.30pm

The Bible tells us that Jesus died, was buried and rose again the 3rd day and because He Lives we can have Eternal Life.

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Does the Cross of Calvary mean anything to you?

The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead gives us the promise of Eternal Life with Him in heaven if we ask for our sins (the wrong things we do) to be forgiven. Accepting that Jesus paid the price for our sins on the cross of Calvary. A price we could never pay ourselves.

If you would like a free Easter Book please get in touch

E mpty Tomb – The Bible tells us that following the Death of the Lord Jesus Christ on the Cross at Calvary and his Burial that on the Third Day, Jesus rose from the dead. There was an empty tomb that demonstrated that Jesus was –

A live – When the Disciples went to the empty tomb they received a message to tell them that Jesus was not there for he had Risen and was Alive. Over the subsequent hours and days Jesus was

S een by many – Those who trusted in Him got to see the Risen Lord. Mary, the disciples and other who had been Sad were now Glad that Jesus was alive as he said would happen.

T homas, one of the Disciples doubted that Jesus was alive unless he saw with his own eyes. Jesus said blessed are those who have not seen but have believed. Unless we ask for our sins to be forgiven and Trust that the Lord Jesus is alive we can’t receive God’s Gift of –

E ternal Life – This is what we can have this Easter time. It is not about receiving Easter Eggs – it is about knowing our sins forgiven, a relationship restored with God. We need to do this Today as Jesus is –

R eturning – The Bible tells us that we need to be prepared for the future. If Jesus returned today would you be ready to meet him as your Saviour. Jesus is the central point of EASTER is he part of your life.

4th April 2022

What was Good about Good Friday?

It is an interesting concept to think that we can celebrate and suggest a day was GOOD when someone was:

Falsely accused, beaten, tortured, mocked, spat upon and then condemned to death; and yet for the Christian as a result of Jesus dying at Calvary more than Good is experienced.

It was necessary for Jesus to come into this world. “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” (1 Tim ch 1 v 15)

Whether we like the message or not, the message is still true, we are sinners in God’s sight and as a result we will face God’s judgement in a coming day.

But what happened at Easter time, is that Jesus allowed himself to be taken by the Jewish religious leaders who should have known better, who then condemned him to death. Ultimately the religious rulers didn’t like the message of God, they wanted to do their own thing? We don’t like to be told what to do, we definitely don’t like to be told that we are wrong, but the Bible is telling us that our ways end in death and destruction and we need to turn to God.

Jesus dying at Calvary was to pay the price for our sins, the wrong things that we do. Due to God being Holy, He can’t turn a blind eye to sin and therefore required a sacrifice and sin to be punished. Jesus the eternal Son of God was perfect and therefore could be the sacrifice for sin.

This is what is GOOD about Easter, you and I can know the forgiveness of our sins due to Jesus dying on the cross at Calvary.

The Bible tells us to “repent of our sin” to “believe in our heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.”

Don’t search for Easter Eggs this Eastertime, don’t search at an empty cross or even at an empty tomb, search for the Saviour the Lord Jesus.

“Seek ye the LORD while he may be found, call ye upon him while He is near:” (Isaiah ch 55 v 6)

May you find the Lord of Life this Easter time.

2nd January 2022

Happy New Year

As we enter into a New Year, many will start the year anticipating many different things.

It is also a time for reflection as well as looking forward. The Bible challenges us to reflect and also to look forward.

Some of us will be glad the last year has passed. Some will have lost loved ones, maybe even lost jobs and businesses and are hoping that a New Year brings better, happier times.

The Bible brings us a message of Good News, that we can know God’s presence and help day by day. God has provided an opportunity for us to know Him through His Son the Lord Jesus.

God knew that as we look back we can regret things we have done and said, in face the Bible calls the poor choices we have made, Sin. Ultimately this sin will result in us not being in Heaven once we have passed from this earth.

God’s love is demonstrated in the giving of His Son the Lord Jesus, through trusting in Him and asking for our Sin (our wrongs things) to be forgiven, we can know God’s salvation.

At this time of year, many people make New Year’s Resolutions. There are things they want to change in their lives which they “resolve” to change as they enter into a New Year.

I wonder if you will resolve to live for God? Accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as your Saviour is the first step in a changed life for God.

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation, old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.” 2 Cor. 5 v 17

30th November 2021

Christmas Services

Are you looking forward to Christmas?

For some, they may be on their own for the first time. It great to be able to celebrate Christmas with friends and family.

Jesus is the true reason for the season and we would love to be able to share something of the real meaning of Christmas with you.

Please join us for any of the following Christmas Services

Sunday 12th December at 4.30pm

Sunday 19th December at 4.30pm

Sunday 26th December at 4.30pm

All of these services will be followed by light refreshments, it would be great if you could join us.

We have the following FREE book available for Children this Christmas. Please let us know if you would like one sent to you. (please get in touch via the contact us tab)

The following FREE calendar is also available, again please get in touch if you would like one sent to you. (please get in touch via the contact us tab)

5th June 2021

Feeling isolated?

How would it feel to have to tell people not to come close? To tell people you were unclean? To have to leave your family and not be allowed to be close to them or see them?

In the Bible we read of people who are called lepers, they are pronounced unclean and have to leave their family and typically would have to remain isolated and alone until their leprosy kills them. How sad to have a disease that has no cure.

If you were diagnosed with leprosy you would feel really helpless and hopeless and alone.

In the Bible in Luke ch 17 we read of ten lepers, all condemned to death with their incurable disease, but then they hear that the Lord Jesus, (God’s Son) was passing through where they stayed on the outskirts of the village. They cried to Jesus; “Master have mercy on us.” Jesus responded by telling them that he had cleansed them and to show themselves to the priest. In faith they went to the priest realising on the way that they had been miraculously healed.

We then read, that only one of the ten returned to say Thank You. Could you imagine being isolated with a death sentence upon you, being healed and not saying Thank You.

The Bible tells us that our sins, (the wrong things we do, say or think) have isolated us from God, and more than this we have a death sentence upon us.

“The wages (result) of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Romans ch 6 v 23)

Did you realise that Jesus came into this world for you? Jesus came into this world to deal with our death sentence. Just like he healed the lepers he is ready, willing and able to cleanse you from your sin. Dying on the cross at Calvary, Jesus paid the penalty for our sins so God can forgive you “cleanse you from all unrighteousness” (1 John ch 1 v 7)

We read “for by grace are you saved through faith and that not of yourselves it is the gift of God” (Ephesians ch 2 v 8)

The healing from leprosy was a gift from God through the Lord Jesus, similarly we can know the gift from God of Salvation, or being rescued from the consequence of our sins, if we believe that Jesus died for us. Have we ever Thanked the Lord Jesus for dying for us?

It would be such a shame to know that we can have a relationship restored with our creator God through faith and trust in Jesus, but to ignore it and face God’s judgement (death sentence) in a coming day. We might be feeling alone in this world, but there is no need to be alone for eternity.

“For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” (John ch 3 v 16)

21st December 2020

Links to Christmas Activities 2020

CHRISTMAS CAROLS

If you would like to understand the Story and Message of Six carols please visit www.hebrongospelhall.org

1) Joy to the World – 2) While Shepherds watched their flocks by night – 3) O Little Town of Bethlehem – 4) Mary Did you know? – 5) Hark the Herald Angels Sing – 6) The Hallelujah Chorus

THE CHRISTMAS STORY

On Youtube.com – Present At Christmas

LISTEN TO YOUR FAVOURITE CHRISTMAS CAROLS – click the link below for a recording of Matthew Hall playing people favourite Christmas Carols.

https://www.facebook.com/100048401467385/videos/211619463794768/

Nativity Extravaganza (live 13.30pm 20/12/20) watch the replay (via links below)

https://youtu.be/1vqircHKdnk

https://www.facebook.com/MJGospelHall/

19th December 2020

Christmas Observations around New Haw

As I walk around New Haw, I have been amazed at the variety and creativity of the Christmas displays on offer.

I have loved seeing the Father Christmas’ the Angels, Snowmen, Reindeer’s, along with the many different Christmas wreaths, the Candy Cane’s, Stars, Bells and of course the different twinkly lights and the Christmas trees.

As I observe the different symbols of Christmas it got me thinking about messages in the Bible, (God’s word) that can help us truly celebrate Christmas this year.

LIGHTS

Not many of us enjoy the dark and yet the Bible says people enjoy the dark because it enables the wrong things they do to be hidden. Jesus came into the world to be a Light for the world. He brings light and hope this Christmas time, but we need to see ourselves for what we really are. Lets’ no longer live in the dark but ask Jesus to forgive us of the wrong we have done (our sins) enabling us to have Eternal Life

CHRISTMAS WREATH

The Christmas wreaths are made of evergreens to represent everlasting life brought through Jesus, with the circular shape of the wreath representing our Creator God who has no beginning or end.

“God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.” (John ch 3 v 16)

I wonder if you had to weave your wreath together. It reminds me that the Jewish religious leaders platted a crown of thorns together and thrust it upon the head of the Lord Jesus mocking Him being the King of the Jews. The Star at His birth indicated that a King had been born. Jesus is going to reign in a coming day. But first he had to die as a sacrifice to God so our sins could be forgiven.

CHRISTMAS TREE

We all enjoy a beautifully decorated Christmas tree, but when you take everything off of it, you are left with just a tree.

The Bible tells us about a tree at Calvary where Jesus suffered bled and died to enable us to be saved from the consequence of our sins. This is the message of Christmas, that Jesus willing came into the world to be the “Saviour of the World.”

As we try and enjoy Christmas as best we can this year with the challenges of the restrictions around us. Remember that God is speaking to us through the symbols of Christmas. He has given the ultimate gift. His Son for you and me.

“For by grace are you saved through faith and that not of yourselves it is a Gift of God.” (Ephesians ch 2 v 8)

How wonderful that you can enjoy God’s Gift this Christmas time of peace with Him and knowing you have Eternal Life.

A songwriter once wrote “I wish it could be Christmas everyday!” knowing Jesus as your Saviour is like having Christmas everyday.

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