Signs of the times – “An object of scorn and ridicule”

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is held every year on January 27, chosen because on that day in 1945 the Nazis’ largest concentration and death camp, Auschwitz–Birkenau, was liberated by the Red Army. This year, around that date, there were a number of articles in the press commenting on the ongoing problem of anti-Semitism today, most… Read More Signs of the times – “An object of scorn and ridicule”

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Theistic evolution refuted in the Bible

Saturday March 3rd at 3.00pm, God willing Theme: “Theistic evolution refuted in the Bible” Speaker: Bro Mark Guntrip (Barrow-in-Furness) Refreshments will be available at the end of the meeting.There will also be separate classes arranged for children aged 3 to 11. Morecambe Christadelphian Ecclesia (Main Road, Slyne, LA2 6AZ) Please note that the new Lancaster… Read More Theistic evolution refuted in the Bible

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Spirit in the New Testament

Spirit in the New Testament Originally published as a series of Articles in The Testimony from March 1973 – July 1975 the articles were expanded and eventually published in book form. The book provides a comprehensive exposition of “spirit” in the New Testament. Rather than simply refuting error the various chapters develop the Bible teaching… Read More Spirit in the New Testament

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Today’s thought “As it has been shown …” (February 16)

Today’s thought “As it has been shown …” (February 16) In Exodus we are reading all the details of the construction of the tabernacle. This was to be the centre of worship for the Israelites for hundreds of years to come. All the detail of its construction and its measurements are given; this may seem… Read More Today’s thought “As it has been shown …” (February 16)

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Fundamenten van het Geloof: De goedertierenheid van God

Vooral in het Oude Testament wordt gesproken over een specifieke uiting van Gods liefde: goedertierenheid. Dit is de vertaling van het Hebreeuwse chesed, waarmee verbondsliefde of verbondstrouw wordt bedoeld. God toont zijn liefde voor zijn uitverkorenen, in zijn trouw aan zijn voornemens, door te doen wat Hij hen heeft beloofd, en bekrachtigd met eden en… Read More Fundamenten van het Geloof: De goedertierenheid van God

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Today’s thought “God spoke all these words” (February 15)

Today’s thought “God spoke all these words” (February 15) What is at first most surprising as I read the book of Exodus is the detail Moses is given of the way to construct the tabernacle. I note that, starting with chapter 20:1 “God spoke all these words” to Moses. Today in chapter 26 we have… Read More Today’s thought “God spoke all these words” (February 15)

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Saturday 17th February 2018 (DV) Solihull Christadelphian Hall UK Christadelphian Choir

Saturday 17th February 2018 (DV) Solihull Christadelphian Hall Bless the LORD, O My Soul! Choir Rehearsals: 10am – 5.30pm Praise Evening (All Welcome): 7pm The UK Christadelphian Choir has been established for brothers and sisters of any age and musical background who would like to sing in a Christadelphian choir. An ability to sight-read is… Read More Saturday 17th February 2018 (DV) Solihull Christadelphian Hall UK Christadelphian Choir

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Today’s thought “And they feared greatly” (February 6)

Today’s thought “And they feared greatly” (February 6) Exodus 13 and 14 describe for us the dramatic deliverance of Israel from Egypt. Yet, as all the drama is unfolding so that “the Egyptians shall know that I am the LORD” (14:4), the escaping people of God led by Moses were unable to see the hand… Read More Today’s thought “And they feared greatly” (February 6)

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Today’s thought “A night of watching” (February 5)

Today’s thought “A night of watching” (February 5) We read today of the climax of the ten plagues that came upon Egypt. Can you imagine yourself as an Israelite and the awe you would have felt! The early plagues affected us – but then a distinction is dramatically made – while there is “pitch darkness”… Read More Today’s thought “A night of watching” (February 5)

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Today’s thought “Thus says the LORD …” (February 4)

Today’s thought “Thus says the LORD …” (February 4) We thought about this for some time. How do we understand the references in today’s Exodus 10 to the Lord hardening Pharaoh’s heart (Exodus 10:1,10,27). Can God blame man for what God does – if that is the way to understand this? Notice how Moses conveys… Read More Today’s thought “Thus says the LORD …” (February 4)

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Extra verses to remember by The Zeal for the Name to be proclaimed

“1  Brethren, my heart’s {1 } desire and my supplication to God is for them, that they may be saved. {1) Gr good pleasure }2 For I bear them witness that they have a zeal for God, but not according to knowledge.” (Ro 10:1-2 ASV) “33  O the depth {1 } of the riches {2 } both of the… Read More Extra verses to remember by The Zeal for the Name to be proclaimed

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Today’s thought “My name might be proclaimed” (February 1)

Today’s thought “My name might be proclaimed” (February 1) Yesterday we saw how our readings in Romans also referred to Israel in Egypt and God’s continuing purpose with them. Paul told the Romans, “For the Scripture says to Pharaoh, ‘For this very purpose I have raised you up, that I might show my power in… Read More Today’s thought “My name might be proclaimed” (February 1)

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Today’s thought “That my name might be proclaimed” (January 31)

Today’s thought “That my name might be proclaimed” (January 31) Exodus 3, Exodus 4, Psalms 56-57, Romans 9 Our readings today – in Exodus and Romans tie in together in their reference to the exaltation of Moses, now ready, in God’s sight, to serve him after forty years of preparation “in the land of Midian”.… Read More Today’s thought “That my name might be proclaimed” (January 31)

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