Tag Archives: resurrection

Through the Cross

Hi everyone, Rob here. Why don’t Christians wear an empty tomb around their necks? Admittedly it’s probably a bit tricky to manufacture and represent, but for the early Christians Jesus’ empty tomb was the defining symbol of their faith, not the cross. … Continue reading

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Coming Alive to the Kingdom

Hi, Rob here. Easter is fast approaching and I’ve been preparing for it in two different ways. One way has been to focus on Lent and we are doing a series at church on dying to self, dying to the world and dying … Continue reading

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Holy Freedom

Hi, Rob here. One of my favourite verses in Scripture is Psalm 119:32, “I run in the path of your commands, for you have set my heart free.” I love the connection between the freedom of the heart and the … Continue reading

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Set Your Hope

Hi everyone, Rob here. Last Sunday was the first Sunday in Advent; the four weeks before Christmas where we prepare ourselves for the coming of the Lord. It means we remember that “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling … Continue reading

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He Has Overcome

Hi, Rob here. In John 16:33 Jesus says to his disciples, “I have told you these things so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” … Continue reading

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