THE WITNESSING COMMUNITY.

In some situations, our attention can become so focused upon what appears to be happening; that what is actually happening is missed. I saw an example of this, one afternoon, in London.

THE WAY OF EVANGELISM - FRUITFULNESS. (BEING BASED UPON 'I AM THE TRUE VINE’, AT JOHN 15.1-17).

When Jesus illustrated his teachings, with well-known picture-language images; and did not alter the meaning of them; the crowds were happy - including the Pharisees.

The Way of Evangelism - Co-workers with Christ.The whole of Ephesians 1.

At a certain point, Jesus gave his disciples what must have seemed a rather surprising teaching; that greatness was to obtained only through lowliness; and he used his own life and ministry as an example. He said: ‘Whoever wants to be great among you, must be your servant…

THE FIRST DISCIPLES. Matt. 28: 16-end., Luke 6: 40 (the one verse only), John 13; 34-35

Few of today's Christians think of themselves as being ‘disciples’. Instead, most would consider that the title belongs to the very earliest days of the Church: particularly to the 'Twelve' who were closest to the Lord Jesus.

THE CHURCH’S MISSION TO ALL MEN.

Christ says: ‘Go into all the world, and tell of my love’.

Remembrance Sunday (1994) Peace.

All over this land, there are memorials which say: 'They died in war, that we might live in peace'.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY - 2006.

Most of the war-memorials up and down our land, relate to those who died in the armed forces; but the names recorded on them represent a far greater number of people who died in both world wars;  most of whom have no memorial at all, except in the hearts and minds of those who loved them.

Remembrance Sunday - 2000. Micah 4: 1-5., Matthew 5: 1-16., John15: 9-17.

Long ago, Martin Luther entered into a personal struggle, with the things that troubled him; and, quite unintentionally, he opened a doorway to radical change, out of which religious freedom became established.

Remembrance Sunday - 1984 ‘Somewhere a Voice is Calling’

Somewhere a Voice is calling. Do you hear it? Above the clamour of many other voices, it speaks. Do you hear what it says? ‘My peace I give to you.

PHILIP + How would we answer such ‘Greeks’ today?

Two men called Philip; get particular mention in the New Testament.
 

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