Romans 11

Romans 11 looks at Paul’s continuing discussion about the Israelites and further reiterates his belief that salvation, whether for the Israelite or the Gentile, is by faith and not by works. He cannot say that God has rejected the Israelites, for he himself is...

Notices for this weekend

Just to let you know that things will be a little bit different this weekend. On Saturday (1st October) it will be the Macmillan Coffee Morning from 10 a.m. until 12 noon – all proceeds will go to the Macmillan charity, which provides nursing care for those with...

A case-study on Noah

Stephen gave us a case-study on Noah last night, looking at Genesis 6:9-22. Noah was a righteous man, blameless, who walked faithfully with God (like Enoch.) He was a family man with three sons and three daughters-in-law. He was a unique man, for he was a man of...

Inner beauty

Mark preached on Ecclesiastes 3:11 this morning, looking at the question of beauty: “He has made everything beautiful in its time.” The beauty industry is thriving at the moment. And whether it’s beauty products:… or jewellery:… or...

Proclamation and response

Romans 10:14-21 continues Paul’s discussion of the gospel, particularly in the light of the Israelite’s refusal to believe it. We sometimes use these verses to advocate preaching the gospel to the whole world – and this is undoubtedly something we...
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