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Service Review: 13th August 2017

On Sunday we welcomed the return of Sarah Booth as she shared with us her infectious enthusiasm for her subject - comparing Peter's attempt to walk on water in the New Testament (Matthew 14) with the traumas of the Prophet, Elijah, in the Old Testament (Book of Kings) and looking at how we might learn from these stories.

Both men had faith (as we hope we have) which was sorely tested and found wanting (as ours often is) but they came through.

And this is the lesson - we all have doubts, worries, crises of confidence, but through it all we just need to keep our eye on Jesus and listen for that 'still small voice of calm' that will show us the way. Very few of us will have a 'dramatic' encounter with God, but we should all be aware that he is nevertheless guiding us and sustaining us on life's journey and preparing us for the world to come.

God Bless, Stuart

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Do Nothing To Change Your Life

Call to worship: Jesus said “Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.

HYMN: 20 “Be still”

Prayer Reading: Psalm 46

Spiritual de-clutter

Les has always said that when I die on my grave stone it’s going to say “She cluttered!” I do clutter it’s quite true. I don’t like to throw things away and I’m the magpie that collects everything because you never know when it will come in useful! Everything can be turned into a sermon illustration!

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