1 John 5:6-12 – what is it that we truly fear?
How do you know if you are filled with love?
Here is the third in our series with a look at 1 John 2:1-6. What does fear have to do with repentance and forgiveness?
Here’s the next in our series on “Love that conquers fear.” Today we are looking at the role forgiveness plays (1 John 1:5-10)
How do we face the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic together? How do we respond to the climate of fear that we see around us? In our latest YouTube video we start to see how the Love of God casts out fear. Point 1 -it’s all about an actual event in history.
In Sunday’s sermon I said that having peace with God means that we can face our fears. In this article, I want to talk through the practicalities of doing that. The first step of course is to recognise exactly what it is that we are afraid of. This also helps us to properly assess theContinue reading “Facing your fears”
“I just wish things could get back to normal.” Have you heard other people saying that? Have you found yourself saying it too? If I were to take you back to February and March, how did you feel then? Perhaps you were anxious but there was also the adrenalin of being in this together tooContinue reading “Peace (Matthew 8:23-33)”
The big theme in Matthew 8 is “Faith”. There is a leper who comes to Jesus pleading to be clean and to be healed. A centurion comes and begs for his servant, many come to Jesus looking for healing. Finally, two demon possessed men are set free. However, in and among these stories of faithContinue reading “Fear and Faith in Matthew 8”
What is one of the most significant root causes of anger? I want to suggest that it often comes down to my desire to be in control. We often get angry when things happen that we hadn’t planned for and that we can’t do anything about. We become frustrated because our plans for life areContinue reading “Angry at God? (4) The trouble with me”