Seirbheis Ghaidhlig airson Sabaid 25 An Dàmhair 2020
’Mar a thogras am fiadh a‑chum nan sruth uisge, mar sin tha m’anam a’ togairt ad ionnsaigh, a Dhè.
Morning Worship ( on Zoom) 25th October. The story of Esther "Come to the Kingdom for such a time as this" ( Esther 4:14)
Sunday morning 18th October 2020 in our " Women of Faith " sermon series, we look at the moving and inspiring story of Hannah - a story of Godly discontentment."
“Iarraibh an Tighearna , am feadh a tha e ra fhaotainn; gairmibh air, am feadh a tha e am fagas”. ( Isaiah 55:6)
11 An Dàmhair 2020
Morning Sermon ( Via Zoom/ YouTube Live) First of a new series Women of Faith - Today Ruth
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ASK, SEEK, KNOCK
In this morning’s sermon we look at this well known verse from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you’ Matthew 7:7
Although this might seem so basic and straightforward. So many though find it very hard to take Jesus at his word. Continue reading
I believe that the way God works in the case of the Shunammite’s son is a pattern of how personal God’s care is of hurting people. And also a model for the church to follow in its caring for hurting, grieving people too. There is genuine concern for the woman and her son, in Elisha’s actions. Shutting the door, closing out all distractions, Elisha takes it to the Lord in prayer, in the room the woman had set aside for him. Praying to God seeking the help of the God whom he served, and physically touching the child, giving him the kiss of life. Elisha isn’t acting in ignorance, or with apathy, but with determined purpose, that the woman whom he had given the promise to before would not have her hopes cruelly dashed again. Continue reading
In 2 Kings 4, we encounter one of the best-known miracles in Elisha’s ministry. The widow’s oil.
We are confronted in the Bible with a God of supernatural miracles, and miracles are indeed a big part of Elisha’s ministry. There is the temptation to dismiss this account from 2 Kings 4:1-7 as some would as being simply a Saga, a Novella, folklorist motif a part of oral tradition assoc with ancient times. That is how some see this passage. Indeed if we go along with the scholars, this didn’t happen. To go with some scholars is to hold that Elisha didn’t exist except in the imagination and the stories around the campfire of the Hebrew people. Continue reading
In this last week, much that we have known has been turned upside down by the Coronavirus outbreak. This unseen but potentially deadly virus is threatening our way of life in many different ways. As a society, Coronavirus (or COVID-19) presents an unprecedented challenge to us all. The impact on the nation as well as our community has already been profound. Continue reading
Last Sunday morning, we began a new sermon series entitled “Blessed,” looking at the Beatitudes in Matthew chapter 5. The Beatitudes is the name commonly given to the first part of what we know as the Sermon on the Mount. Continue reading
One of the main focuses that we have is prayer within the congregation . We have looked at and talked about various ways in which prayer could be kept front and centre of Congregational life. And so with this in mind we hope to have a series of special summer prayer events, over the next while. These will be in the form of open, focused prayer meetings/ fellowships.The first one of these will be held tonight in the MacRae Centre on Tuesday the 4th of June at 7.30 Continue reading