Video & Worship @ Home, 2 August, Revd Phillip Dixon

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Video, 2 Aug

My Dear Friends,

Welcome to the 3rd week of our preaching series on Matthew chapter 7. This week we are engaging with two short yet very challenging verses: "enter by the narrow gate..." found in verses 13 and 14. The accompanying song, beautifully sung for us by Margaret and Elaine, fits exactly with the passage we are looking at.

Some of you have asked to hear the full and complete song, that is being saved for our final week on Sunday 23rd August as a recap of all that Jesus has been teaching us. Following this week's preaching please continue with the clip and listen and praise God to a wonderful rendition of: "I have decided to follow Jesus" from Derek and Janet.

I pray that you are blessed by these resources,
Yours in Christ,
Phillip

Worship at Home sheets are HERE

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