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When God seems unfair- Why does God tolerate evil?Jane Hiley
10am St Giles
Downloads:8
Recorded:09/07/2017
Length: 24 minutes
Reference:Habakkuk 1:12-2:20
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When God seems unfair: Why won't God do something?Nico Hilding Ohlsson
10am St Giles
Downloads:12
Recorded:02/07/2017
Length: 19 minutes
Reference:Habakkuk 1:1-11
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"When God seems unfair - How do I make sense of it all?"Nico Hilding Ohlsson
6.30pm St George's
Downloads:21
Recorded:16/07/2017
Length: 31 minutes
Reference:Habakkuk 3:1-19
Reading Habakkuk ch 3 v 1-19 (NIV) followed by a talk from Rev Nico Ohlsson given during the St Georges 6:30pm service on 16th July 2017. "Lord, we have heard of your deeds, we know that you do amazing things. We have seen with our own eyes what you can do. Please do them again." Let us pray together and share the Gospel to stimulate revival.
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When God seems unfair (3): How do I make sense of it all?Christine Bailey
11am St George's
Downloads:25
Recorded:16/07/2017
Length: 25 minutes
Reference:Habakkuk 3:1-19
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When God seems unfair - How do I make sense of it all?Christine Bailey
9.15am St George's
Downloads:59
Recorded:16/07/2017
Length: 16 minutes
References:Habakkuk 3
John 17:15-18
Christine closes our series on Habakkuk by setting out a more modern world view of the disasters that may assault us rather than the more agrarian ones that he mentions. Whatever, we are through faith in God's love for us and his creation, to praise Him for his goodness and trust in His outcomes. We have the knowledge of God incarnate in Jesus to empower us.
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"When God seems unfair- Why does God tolerate evil?"John Cooper
6.30pm St George's
Downloads:33
Recorded:09/07/2017
Length: 35 minutes
References:Habakkuk 1:12-2:20
1 Corinthians 3:16-17
1 Corinthians 6:19
Reading Habakkuk ch1 v12- Ch2 v20 (NIV) followed by a talk from John Cooper given during the 6:30pm service on 9th July 2017. God's answers come at His timing, not ours, and He will overthrow any nation that rivals Him when Jesus returns. Meanwhile, keep faithful in all situations regardless of long waits for answers to prayer, and listen in silence to God.
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When God seems unfair- Why does God tolerate evil?Richard Jones
9.15am St George's
Downloads:54
Recorded:09/07/2017
Length: 18 minutes
References:Habakkuk 1:12-2:20
Luke 4:1-13
Richard continues with Habakkuk's dialogue with God. There is evil in the world and God appears to tolerate it; today, just as in Habakkuk's time. God responds to Habakkuk not with an explanation but an assurance of his loving presence with us at all times. There will be reckoning but in God's time not ours. We are to live by faith, with the sight of God's glorious presence around us, and with the sure knowledge of God's abiding presence - for us the knowledge of Jesus and the presence of the Spirit.
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When God seems unfair: Why won't God do something?Tim Long
9.15am St George's
Downloads:50
Recorded:02/07/2017
Length: 17 minutes
References:Habakkuk 1:1-11
Mark 9:30-32
Tim begins our new series on Habakkuk by outlining the situation in 7th Century BC Judah with the rise of the Babylonian empire. Tim says that "lamentation" is found elsewhere in the OT, but it is unusual in one of the prophets. Tim states the questioning of God is a valid form of development of faith but often shied away with in the Church. Habakkuk's dialogue with God starts with complaints of injustice, but gets a reply about the devastation to be caused by the Babylonians - watch out!
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When God seems unfair (1): Why won't God do somethingRichard Jones
11am St George's
Downloads:46
Recorded:02/07/2017
Length: 24 minutes
Reference:Habakkuk 1:1-11
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"When God Seems Unfair : Why Won't God Do Something?"Rosemary Bull
6.30pm St George's
Downloads:36
Recorded:02/07/2017
Length: 24 minutes
References:Habakkuk 1:1-11
Psalm 13:1-6
Reading Habakkuk ch1, v1-11 (NIV) followed by a talk from Rosemary Bull given during the St Georges 6:30pm service on 2nd July 2017. Be honest before God - although God knows our hearts, by voicing our thoughts He is able to speak back into our mind. So we need to spend time listening, quietly expectant for His response. God's priority is to win the lost (including the wicked) and punishment and judgement are not His top priority. He always knows best!
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