Tag Archives: Saviour

An anthem in Westminster Abbey

Early this summer I went to an evensong service at Westminster Abbey. I always maintain that although Westminster Abbey is the beautiful and historic site of such events as Kate and William’s royal wedding- it’s surely the dustiest building in all of England. You’d think they could run a mop around with the number of […]

A heart full of gratitude

My friend Harriet gave this talk in church yesterday. ____________ On His way to Jerusalem, the Saviour passed through a “certain village” and there met ten lepers. They cried out as they saw and recognised Him, “Jesus, Master, have mercy on us”. Doing as He commanded, to show themselves to the priests, Christ cleansed each […]

My Peace I Give Unto You

Last Sunday’s lesson was a lesson of promises! Howard W. Hunter’s legacy includes a great fondness for the stories of the saviour; a desire to be closer to Him, to walk where He walked. What has struck me is that he also warns as you would expect someone with a prophetic duty to do so. He […]