Scripture Saturday 23/05/20

Jen shares some encouraging verses for #ScriptureSaturday … The words of the song “Lord, I Need You” by Matt Maher keep coming to mind when thinking of a scripture to share. Especially in our current circumstances, we need to sing out these words. When saying “Lord I need you”, we...

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Scripture Saturday 16/05/20

Martin shares the Joy of his favourite verse this #ScriptureSaturday … Forgiven, wholly accepted, fully restored, highly favoured and loved.  I am mightily saved.  What a great place to be for any person! To be highly favoured and mightily saved is a position that I have long enjoyed with my...

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Thoughtful Thursday 14/05/20

This #ThoughtfulThursday Sue shares with us ‘Biblical Antidotes to Anxiety’… Philippians 4:6-7 tells us; “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything , by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds...

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Scripture Saturday 02/05/20

This week for #ScriptureSaturday we asked Sue what her favourite bible verse is and why … “It is very difficult to select a couple of verses when the whole of the Bible is full of beacons of encouragement and enlightenment. However, because of the uncertain times we now find ourselves...

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Thoughtful Thursday 30/04/20

This #ThoughtfulThursday Susanna shares her thoughts on Psalm 139… Sometimes we don’t let people get to know us completely, because we are afraid they will discover something about us that they won’t like. But God already knows everything about us, even the number of hairs on our heads (Matthew 10:30)...

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Scripture Saturday 18/04/20

This week for #ScriptureSaturday we asked Tony to share his favourite verse and what it means to him … Tony says “This verse is particularly relevant in these days when everything is being shaken. The material things that we have relied on can no longer be taken for granted. But...

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