We’ve got a double-bill for you today. First is the message Andy brought us this morning, about the kind of person Jesus sought out for his disciples. Disciples were supposed to follow their Rabbi very closely, and do what their teacher did. But Jesus was unlike the other Rabbis in how he treated his disciples…
Second is Bob’s message from a week ago, telling the well-known story of the Prodigal Son from a different angle – that of the Son!
Click below to listen to both of these messages (scroll down for the second one, from a week ago).
Andrew Hutchinson brought a message to our church this morning, from the book of Micah. It’s incredibly simple really: act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with God. If we are doing these three things, then everything else will fall into place, and we’ll be able to follow Jesus’ command to not worry about tomorrow and to focus on what God has for us to do today instead. Click the link below to listen to the full message.
The feeling of guilt serves a purpose, when it is as a result of sin that has not been repented of – it prompts us to seek forgiveness and repent for what we have done wrong. But sometimes guilty feelings persist after we have repented, or we can be made to feel guilty for things that were really nothing to do with us. This is the work of the enemy, and left unchecked can discourage us and make us think we are not worthy and not able to do God’s will. We need to remember that we have a Father who loves us, and that His son Jesus has already wiped away our sin, and with it our guilt. Click below to listen to the full message Richard brought to us this morning.