Morning worship on Zoom Sunday 22nd November looking at Mary Magdalene in the Women of Faith sermon series.
Edited version of Prayer meeting study from Judges 4
Sunday evening Gaelic service via Zoom
“ Oir cha do gabh sibh a riamh roimhibh air an rathad seo” ( Iosua 3:4)
MORNING SERVICE VIA ZOOM SUNDAY 15TH NOVEMBER 29020
Tomorrow night sees the first Gaelic service to be held in Tarbert Church since the lockdown began...
Tag Archives: leprosy
Naaman’s Confession in 2 Kings 5:15 does in some senses read like other similar confessions in the Bible. “Behold, I know that there is no God in all the earth but in Israel; so accept now a present from your servant.”
This is a statement of Naaman’s Faith, but we must notice it is a fledgeling faith. It is an immature faith ( vs 17). He is so impressed by this God who is able to heal, as no other could that he determines that he will worship this God, ( read vs 17) Two mule loads of earth seem to show Naaman’s ignorance of this God. He knows this God, but very little. He seems to have a mixed Polytheistic view that this God is like other gods, who would prefer the earth of his own land, believing that God could only be worshipped on his native soil. His God is small, and his knowledge of him imperfect. Continue reading
Yet Naaman should be thankful for the wise counsel of his servants. They are sensible and wise when their master is not, and they give him this prudent advice
“My father, if the prophet had told you to do something great, would you not have done it? How much more then, when he says to you, ‘Wash and be clean’?” ( vs 13)
Thankfully for Naaman, he heeded their advice and was healed of his leprosy Continue reading