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Galatians: Manifesto of freedom Chris Scott


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Make a mark

While in Australia, Usha and I were able to go for long walks regularly along the beach. Strolling along the waters edge on the warm white sand early in the morning was really very relaxing and peaceful.
As we walked one particular morning I was intrigued by the many different …
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Theology

I believe theology is very important. Doctrine is crucial to our understanding of the Bible and the application of its truth into our lives. If its true that live from what we believe or at least that we should do, then we cannot live right, if we don’t believe right.  …
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judge well

My taste in comedy shows tends to lean more towards the off-beat rather than mainline. I am not so keen on the formulaic ‘sit-com’ shows interspersed with all that ‘canned laughter’ but prefer instead the satire based ‘mock-umentary’ shows, like ‘The Office’. I know the humour can be a bit …
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check mate

A while back I was preaching at Havering Christian Fellowship, and during the worship I was drawn to one of the banners at the front of the church. It was very simple image consisting of a black and white chequered pattern with a cross radiating out from the middle. I …
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Lens of Life

I enjoy messing around with photoshop and just out of personal interest I checked out a couple of tutorials on You Tube this week. Photoshop is a computer programme that allows a person to edit, adapt and improve digital images and photographs. In the old days (i sound like a …
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Autopilots

So there I was this morning on my way to the Bridge Office, just a couple of minutes away when I got a call on my mobile.  I was supposed to be in South Woodford at a meeting at 9.30am, and as I was a few minutes late they were …
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Truth or Fact

Did you know that truth and fact is not necessarily the same thing?
Fact comes from what we see around us, but truth comes from revelation.  Think about Elisha’s servant at Dothan in 2 Kings 6. He confused fact and truth. The fact was that the enemies of Israel had surrounded …
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Show the goods

One of the defining scriptures for me as we continue in our goal to shape the missional culture of our church has been Rom 2:4 ‘the goodness of God leads men to repentance.’
I believe it is crucially important for us to be an example of the ‘goodness’ of God rather …
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Change

One of my favourite rock songs of the 90’s is by Bruce Hornsby and the Range called ‘that is just the way it is.’ It’s a great song…but it’s a poor life perspective! Those seven words have probably been responsible for the de-railing of more destinies and breakthroughs than any …
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