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"A Psalm of Praise - Psalm 111"Richard Jones
6.30pm St George's
Length: 25 minutes
Reference:Psalm 111:1-10
"Reading Psalm 111 v 1-10 (NIV) followed by a talk from Rev Richard Jones given during the St Georges 6:30pm service on 23rd July 2017. By regularly reading the scriptures we can remember God's hand in history to give us confidence in His character to shape our lives today. We can then live fully in a way that honours God as revealed by Jesus, praising Him through the rhythm of each day. We can write a personal psalm of awe, wonder, joy and peace based on our past experience of the presence of God in our
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Psalms:the songs Jesus knew - A Psalm of Praise 111Richard Jones
10am St Giles
Length: 21 minutes
Reference:Psalm 111
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When God seems unfair- Why does God tolerate evil?Richard Jones
9.15am St George's
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 (1): Why won't God do somethingRichard Jones
11am St George's
Length: 24 minutes
Reference:Habakkuk 1:1-11
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"Living in the Fullness of the Trinity"Richard Jones
6.30pm St George's
Length: 32 minutes
References:John 3:1-17
Luke 3:21-22
Matthew 28:19-20
Reading John ch 3 v1-17 (NIV) incorporated into a talk by Rev Richard Jones given during the St Georges 6:30pm service on the 11th June 2107. Our greatest need is to be loved by another and to share that love with others. Father, Son and Spirit have always existed in perfect relationship and through our belief in Jesus we are accepted as part of that Trinity family too. It is a relationship of loving presence, peace, purpose, meaning and joy.
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Trinity Sunday: Living in the fullness of the TrinityRichard Jones
11am St George's
Length: 22 minutes
Reference:John 3:1-17
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Resurrection Living - GenerosityRichard Jones
9.15am St George's
Length: 19 minutes
References:Psalm 65
Mark 12:41-44
Richard considers our generous God in providing good things for us and draws an analogy with the flow of water to supply the rice fields that was restored when he was helping a missionary in India. The Gospel story of the widow's mite encourages us to be generous in our response to God, so that others may blessed by the waters of God's love.
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Resurrection Living (2): Caring for the EnvironmentRichard Jones
11am St George's
Length: 25 minutes
References:Genesis 1:26-31
Genesis 2:15-18
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Resurrection Living - Caring for the EnvironmentRichard Jones
9.15am St George's
Length: 14 minutes
References:Genesis 1:26-31
Genesis 2:15-17
John 3:16-21
Richard looks at God's creation and traces the theology of God's care for this creation from the Old to the New Testament. Humankind is given a task of care and is to have a joyous relationship with the created world around us. Jesus has redeemed us and the creation from the past and we are therefore to act in ways that honour and protect God's wonderful and beautiful world.
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APCM 2017 Rector's AddressRichard Jones
Length: 32 minutes
Address given by Richard Jones at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting 2017
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