Video & Worship @ Home, 16 August, Revd Phillip Dixon

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Service, 16

My Dear Friends,

This Sunday we reach the penultimate week in our journey through chapter 7 from Matthew's Gospel, verses 21-23 that are variously sub titled: "I never knew you", "true and false disciples" and our chosen subtitle "self-deception". First and foremost we gather either physically or virtually to worship God and I pray that we enter His presence with a renewed and fresh desire to know Him with all of our being and all of our hearts and for Him to know us.

The video concludes with a beautiful rendition of "Majesty" sung for us by Mike and Margaret Carless. This week's Bible study is written for us by Local Preacher and Circuit Steward Liz Ward, I'm sure you will find it a real help to go deeper and reflect on what Jesus may be saying to you in these verses.

Yours in Christ,
Phillip

Worship at Home sheets are HERE

Bible Study Notes on Matthew 7, 21-23; by Liz Ward are HERE

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