Sunday Service - 2nd August 2020
Hi everyone, this is Kevin.
Over the last weeks We have been looking at Gods promises to us and the covenant relationship that he has established with us. We are ending this short series by considering God's love for us.
In Romans 8: 38-39 Paul writes
"For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Jesus Christ our Lord."
When I think about God’s unconditional love for me and what it looks like, I think about friendship, relationship, companionship. When my heart is troubled, God is there, and he feels my troubles. When no one else understands, the Creator of my heart does and he sends the Comforter, the Holy Spirit, to help me. When I feel left out, isolated, or rejected, I remember the wounds on his hands—wounds that understand pain and love.
Do you really understand and do I really understand the magnitude of God’s promise to never leave me? Have you and I tasted and experienced His love? I invite you in these turbulent days to receive afresh or for the first time the promise of His amazing love
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Hi, it's Pete again. Sometimes it is good to go back to the old hymns, explore their depth of theology and perhaps challenge ourselves. A while a go I found a guy called Nathan Drake (aka Reawaken Hymns) who has been producing simple, modern arrangements of hymns. I use his chord charts from time to time.
I thought it might be a nice change of pace to have Nathan lead worship... in a virtual sense of course, as it is still a YouTube playlist! I hope we are soon back to worshipping together, but in the mean time I hope you enjoy these hymns and Nathan's heartfelt arrangements.
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