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Prepare the Way

Paul Brown preaches on Luke 1:67-80 and John the Baptist. He asks if we are preparing to meet Jesus and also if we, like John the Baptist, are pointing others to Jesus and helping them to understand who he is.

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Encouraging Invitation

As part of his visit to Burwell, Michael Harvey preaches on John 1:35-51 and encourages each of us to become an active part of an inviting church.

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Worship with Authority

Chris examines the Apostle Paul’s call for interdependence between men and women and the ways in which we might express this in our worship today. The passage also highlights the differing ways in which the genders showed respect for God in Corinthian culture which prompts questions as to how we should respond to our changing culture today.

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Discern the Body of Christ

Chris continues the series in 1 Corinthians 11, looking at what Paul has to say about the communion meal and the way that it was being observed in the church in Corinth – particularly the need to bring God’s Agape love to the meal; to recognise others as part of the body; and hence to be in unity with our brothers and sisters in Christ.

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Decide to love

Continuing the study of 1 Corinthians in Chapter 13, Chris looks at God’s unconditional, undeserved, ‘Agape’ love for us and reminds us that it is our duty as Christians to show this ‘Agape’ love of God to others in the way we love them.

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Everything is Permissable

Everything is permissible but not everything is beneficial. In the final verses of 1 Cor 10 the Apostle Paul draws together his arguments in three powerful sound-bites: Everything is permissible but not everything is constructive. No one should seek his own good but the good of others. Whatever you do, do for the glory of God. Chris applies this advice to our worship and work today and invites us consider the coming week.

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Back to the Future

Chris applies the Apostle Paul’s warnings from Israel’s history to our lives and reminds us that we can not endure temptation without Christ.

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Whatever it takes

Chris helps us to identify God’s purpose for our church and challenges us to do whatever it takes to fulfil our calling.

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The Love of Knowledge or the Knowledge of Love

Chris continues the series of 1 Corinthians in Chapter 8, drawing parallels between our situation today and the culture of the day in which the early church found itself. He reiterates Paul’s conclusion that what matters is not our often inadequate and incomplete knowledge of God, but that God knows and loves us.

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The Future

David Taylor preaches on Mark Chapter 13 and encourages us to remain spiritually vigilent and confident to face the future in the light of His return.

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