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Hope for a waiting world: The call of the ProphetsChristine Bailey
9.15am St George's
Length: 18 minutes
References:Jeremiah 33:12-16
Mark 14:1-11
Christine sets the background to the call of Jeremiah and his message to the people facing a difficult future. His message here is one of hope in the face of uncertainty. And in our own uncertain times, Advent is a time of hope and of promise from a God who loves us and can be trusted.
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Living Faith Out - Living with opposition.Christine Bailey
9.15am St George's
Length: 18 minutes
References:1 Peter 4:12-19
Matthew 25:1-13
Christine considers the opposition to and suffering for their faith that the listeners to Peter's letter were facing. We do not face anything like the same threat for our faith, more likely to be suggestions of irrelevance. However Christine is clear that we need a strong relationship with Jesus to face whatever comes our way - be prepared is the message.
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Living Faith Out: Godly Lives (Part 1)Christine Bailey
11am St George's
Length: 25 minutes
Reference:1 Peter 3:8-22
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Living Faithfully (3): God's Building ProjectChristine Bailey
11am St George's
Length: 20 minutes
Reference:1 Peter 2:4-10
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The Songs Jesus Knew (4): A Psalm of WisdomChristine Bailey
11am St George's
Length: 25 minutes
Reference:Psalm 1:1-6
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Psalms: The Songs that Jesus knew - A Psalm of PenitenceChristine Bailey
9.15am St George's
Length: 19 minutes
References:Psalm 51
Luke 5:17-26
Christine focuses on Psalm 51 and gives the background of David's penitence after he has been confronted about his adultery. David turns to rely on God's mercy and admits his fault and unworthiness. His knowledge of God's abiding love and forgiveness comes through and he turns to thanksgiving as this knowledge brings relief. Christine indicates that this knowledge of God's love is even more clear for us in Jesus and we can trust God's mercy when we get it wrong and turn to Him in penitence.
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When God seems unfair (3): How do I make sense of it all?Christine Bailey
11am St George's
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
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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Pilgrim People (1): To be a PilgrimChristine Bailey
11am St George's
Length: 23 minutes
References:Genesis 12:1-5
Hebrews 11:8-16
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To be a PilgrimChristine Bailey
9.15am St George's
Length: 15 minutes
References:Genesis 12:1-5
Matthew 7:7-12
Christine considers the popular image of life's journey as something of a pilgrimage and then looks at the idea of pilgrimage to spiritual places as a useful insert into the whole journey. She commends the idea of going to places where we have time to be with God, and some of the experiences of the journey getting there. Abraham listened to God and then set out, we should do the same and be prepared to be changed by the experience.
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