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
Tag Archives: Psalms
’Mar a thogras am fiadh a‑chum nan sruth uisge, mar sin tha m’anam a’ togairt ad ionnsaigh, a Dhè. Tha tart air m’anam an dèidh Dhè, an dèidh an Dè bheò; cuin a thig mi agus a nochdar mi am … Continue reading
I hope that this letter finds you and yours well during these strange days in which we find ourselves. This year is one that no-one living through it will forget, and will most likely be spoken of and taught in future history classes. These are unprecedented and challenging times for all of us. Continue reading
In such challenging days as these, we look for direction and help in God’s word. This morning we look at Psalm 27 where the Psalmist affirms his confidence and trust in God. This wonderful psalm is a song of great assurance and comfort. It is also a war song, a song of celebration and a song of final and certain victory.
For David the Psalmist, The Lord is His focus in all His trials. The Lord is the one in whom he trusts. The Lord is His Confidence and assurance. Continue reading
This morning we look at the wonderful personal relationship David the psalmist has with the God he knows as the Lord his Shepherd’ Continue reading
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Wednesday 25th March
We have moved our video stream to YouTube.
Tonight we come together to pray about and look at the first part of Psalm 91 Continue reading
There will be a non-denominational event of Gaelic psalm-singing, entitled Psalms on a Summer Evening, held in Manish Church on Tuesday, 2nd July at 7pm. The event will be based on the traditional singing of sections of the psalms, in Gaelic, interspaced by interesting insights into the history of Manish Church. The historical narrative will be in English, and the psalms will be sung in Gaelic with the Gaelic script and English sub-titles displayed on a screen. Continue reading
Those who go to the prayer meeting and also those interested in the work of this meeting may remember that before my operation, I invited all those in the prayer meeting to submit their favourite psalms, so that we could be mutually enriched and encouraged by studying and singing some personal favourite psalms on these Wednesday nights. Continue reading