Today’s thought “Until I find a place for …” (March 16)

Today’s thought “Until I find a place for …” (March 16) “Remember O LORD in David’s favour, all the hardships he endured, how he swore to the LORD and vowed …” (Psalm 132:1,2). The prayer and petition in that Psalm has a very significant lesson for us. What particular thing did David vow to do… Read More Today’s thought “Until I find a place for …” (March 16)

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Today’s thought “But with you there is forgiveness” (March 15)

Today’s thought “But with you there is forgiveness” (March 15) Our Psalms and Luke readings today link together to encourage us to think and live positively in a world that surrounds us with false values. There are times when these greatly affect us and they can threaten to be overwhelming. We have all had times… Read More Today’s thought “But with you there is forgiveness” (March 15)

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Today’s thought “My help comes from the LORD” (March 13)

Today’s thought “My help comes from the LORD” (March 13) Psalm 121 today begins with a question and sometimes this is not recognised. The Psalmist is lifting up his eyes to the hills and asking, “from where does my help come?” The pagan people around and all too often the Jewish people also, looked to… Read More Today’s thought “My help comes from the LORD” (March 13)

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Today’s thought “My soul longs for …” (March 11)

Today’s thought “My soul longs for …” (March 11) The Hebrew word (nephesh) sometimes translated into English as ‘soul’ means a ‘a creature’, something alive. Genesis 1:21,24 are examples, thus when man was created (2:7) he was a “living creature”. Thus, when we read today in Psalm 119:81, we see the sense of the words,… Read More Today’s thought “My soul longs for …” (March 11)

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Today’s thought “I will … fix my eyes …” (March 9)

Today’s thought “I will … fix my eyes …” (March 9) Today we started reading the longest ‘chapter’ in the Bible – Psalm 119. And what an inspiring testimony it is to the wonder of the relationship we can develop with our Creator. “In the way of your testimonies I delight … I will meditate… Read More Today’s thought “I will … fix my eyes …” (March 9)

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Today’s thought “Therefore I will call on him as long as I live” (March 7)

Today’s thought “Therefore I will call on him as long as I live” (March 7) How inspiring are the Psalms we read this morning. Psalm 115 starts: “Not to us, O LORD, not to us, but to your name give glory …” God’s name, that is, his reputation for all he has done, beginning with… Read More Today’s thought “Therefore I will call on him as long as I live” (March 7)

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Today’s thought “Not afraid of bad news” (March 5)

Today’s thought “Not afraid of bad news” (March 5) The Psalms abound with challenging and positive thoughts in them. But our lives are often invaded by situations that provoke negative thoughts. We need the positive inspired words of the Psalms, Israel’s hymn book that David began to compile more than 3,000 years ago. They are… Read More Today’s thought “Not afraid of bad news” (March 5)

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Today’s thought “In wisdom you have made them all” (February 28)

Today’s thought “In wisdom you have made them all” (February 28) In today’s Psalm (104) we read, “O LORD, how manifold are your works! In wisdom you have made them all; the earth is full of your creatures” (verse 24). Today, as naturalists and others explore more of the earth, they are discovering more and… Read More Today’s thought “In wisdom you have made them all” (February 28)

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Today’s thought “For you O LORD, have made me glad …” (February 22)

Today’s thought “For you O LORD, have made me glad …” (February 22) Today’s Psalm 92 tells us “It is good … to declare your steadfast love in the morning” (verses 1,2). It is important to begin each day with taking at least a little time to focus our thoughts upon God, to declare to… Read More Today’s thought “For you O LORD, have made me glad …” (February 22)

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Signs of the times – “Israel’s security”

As we embark on a new year, by God’s grace, security remains a pressing issue for Israelis. At a recent visit to Jerusalem by US officials, headed by the National Security Adviser John Bolton, one matter discussed was the forthcoming “US withdrawal from Syria and the implications for Israel, particularly on the Golan Heights. ‘The… Read More Signs of the times – “Israel’s security”

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Prayer Journal

The beginning of a new year presents an opportunity to reflect on our spiritual well-being. For several years the Office has been selling a Prayer Diary which has just been relaunched as a Prayer Journal. Throughout the journal suggestions are made to help improve our prayers and sections at the back provide guidance and ideas.… Read More Prayer Journal

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January’s issue of The Christadelphian

The January issue, published on December 21, 2018, commences with a New Year Editorial encouraging us to consider what pleases God, followed by two pages of “Letters to the Editor”. “Sunday Morning” focuses appropriately on “beginnings” – the book of Genesis. In the “Exposition” section we conclude Brother Paul Aston’s helpful series, “In the Volume… Read More January’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Petersfield Afternoon of Fun and Fellowship June 15th 2019

The Petersfield ecclesia is inviting you for an “Afternoon of Fun and Fellowship” at Petersfield Road, Greatham, Liss, GU33 6EY. Mike Jameson has offered to give two talks on the following subject. “Also seen by me” – Resurrection Realities for Today. They plan to start at 2pm with the first talk, followed by some fun… Read More Petersfield Afternoon of Fun and Fellowship June 15th 2019

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Handel’s “Messiah” at Warwick Hall

Birmingham Christadelphian Choral Society & Orchestra plan to present Handel’s “Messiah” at Warwick Hall, Warwick School, Myton Road, Warwick CV34 6PP on Mar. 16 & Apr. 27 (both at 3.30pm). There will be no charge for entry but collections will be taken to help with our substantial costs. Free booking is essential (preferably via their… Read More Handel’s “Messiah” at Warwick Hall

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