Tag Archives: Holy Spirit

Who writes in your diary?

On Sunday 24th February I again had the privelege to preach at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church. As this was an all age service the talk could not be in as great a depth as if it was for the adults … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

I preached at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church on Sunday 25th November 2018. We dealt with the subject of “Lost and found” and as part of my talk for the children produced a list of items left behind on London Underground … Continue reading

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Living bread

On Sunday I preached at Nelmes United Reformed Church in Hornchurch. They use the Revised Standard Lectionary and the gospel reading for Sunday was John 6: 51 – 58. So as usual I give you the reading  before we get … Continue reading

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Off with his head

Today I preached at Nelmes United Reformed Church in Hornchurch. They follow the “Revised Common Lectionary” so I worked the Bible reading scheduled for today which you can find here: Mark 6:14 – 29. The life of a prophet in … Continue reading

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I will not leave you orphaned

Today I led worship and preached at Nelmes United Reformed Church in Hornchurch. The church uses the Revised Common Lectionary and so I based my talk on the gospel reading for today. John 14:15-21 15 “If you love me, you … Continue reading

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Alternative facts and Fake news

Today I spoke at Becontree Avenue Baptist Church and as we are still within the Easter period I spoke about the Resurrection. Last week our minister Sue Millar talked about the events of that First Easter day. Today our Bible reading … Continue reading

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At just the right time

On Sunday 22 May I preached at Nelmes United Reformed Church in Hornchurch. It was Trinity Sunday and I chose the “epistle reading” for that Sunday as given in the Revised Common Lectionary. The reading does show the Trinity, one … Continue reading

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