“I am with you always!” Is Jesus handing out a blank cheque? Is Jesus simply dispensing a comforting word? Or is there more to this great assurance – “I am with you ALL Ways”? Alan Millar takes us to Matthew’s Good News Chapter 28 and verses 16 to 20.
God’s love is something beyond comprehension. To think he calls Jewish people and Gentile people to belong to his people. No wonder John Newton composed the hymn ‘Amazing Grace’. So what’s it all about?
Alan Millar takes us to Isaiah 40:1-5 and Luke 1:76-80 and shows how God prepares for the birth of His Son and how we too need to Make Way for Jesus.
Paul’s Mission to First Century Thessalonica has a cultural relevance for making Jesus known in 21st Century Scotland.
Alan Millar continues in Acts with Acts 5:1-11 and the account of Ananias and Sapphira.
Derek Campbell takes up Acts 2 and the Church as we consider those who meet with the the risen Lord Jesus.
Derek Campbell, a local school teacher, relates how John’s disciples and a number of un-named people, see who Jesus is . . . they saw ‘His Glory’.
On the third Sunday in Advent we look at what is for many a familiar Old Testament reading.