Reconciliation And Peace

On Remembrance Sunday, we remember many millions who suffered violent deaths. We consider the meaning of their deaths. We think about the purpose of their deaths. "We will remember them." We remember not only the fact of their deaths. We remember also the meaning and purpose of their deaths. They died so that we might …

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The 100th anniversary of the end of the first World War

This sermon was preached on 11th November 2018 - the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. The Bible reading was 2 Thessalonians 2:13-3:5. --- On 11th November, David Lloyd George announced the Armistice - the ending of hostilities, the truce which, it was hoped, would lead to a better and brighter …

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Let us not forget the Lord our God – the God of our salvation …

In our remembering, let us not forget the Lord our God, the God of our salvation, the God whose “steadfast love endures for ever” (2 Chronicles 20:21). -- Before we can understand what it means to be a peacemaker, we must understand what peace is and what it is not. There is a ‘peace’ that …

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