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Creation 4 V

Dear Friends,

We have arrived at the fourth and final week of our series "Creation Time". For our worship this week we are using as our core text Revelation 22:1-7. It is a text that connects us with the creation as described in Genesis 2, the prophecies of Jeremiah (17:7), Joel (3:18). Ezekiel (47:1-9,12), Isaiah (43:19) the Psalms (1:1-3) and the words of Jesus (notably John 4:14 and 7:37-39). I encourage you to look at these verses and make the connections for yourself -you will be blessed by doing so.

Deacon Glenda Sidding is our preacher this week, her husband Ken reads the scripture verses and we conclude the video with Derek Morgan of Highcliffe and Elaine Gilhespy of Bransgore singing "I am a new creation". Thanks to Win George who has contributed the prayers for the Worship at Home sheets. Jean Davies has written the Bible study for this week, please make some time during the week to use it, it has been written to benefit and bless you and help you go deeper into the text, with all of the current anxiety and concern about our current situation I'm sure you will find this excellent study thought provoking, perhaps share it with a friend.

This series of four videos covering "Creation Time" and their accompanying Bible studies and preaching notes are all available for you to view and read again on our website and I encourage you to use them as many times as is beneficial for you.

Thank you to Derek and William for their technical and creative skills in bringing these resources into our homes and to all those who are prepared to put themselves in front of a camera for the sake of the Gospel.

May you be blessed in our worship of God together and see you next week for our Harvest Festival service.

See the Worship at Home sheets by clicking HERE

See the Bible Study notes for the week by clicking HERE

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