Milverton Christian Fellowship featuring speaker Rev. Hans Peters
I will not die! I am forgiven!
I pray that the Lord is keeping you healthy, that you are well even if isolated, that you can cope with our new at-home life, and that this Easter is even more meaningful for you because many of the distractions are gone and there is so much more time to focus on our Lord! … Yes?
Meditation The Way
The Way - What did Jesus do that last night He ate a meal with His disciples? With parts taken from Reflection by Max Lucado - Jesus Washes the Disciples' Feet and a short communion with parts taken from “The Bread and Wine of Remembrance” by Richard Bott.
Rescue me oh Lord!
Looking at Psalm 31:9-16
Today, we celebrate Palm Sunday… this is also the start of the church’s Holy Week… Our Scripture today is Psalm 31 and it’s one of three psalms that appear prominently in the story of Jesus’ final week on the way to the cross... This part of the story begins in Matthew 21 where the writer tells us of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem.., and tells us of the prophecy in the Old Testament where we can find the announcement that the King of Israel would arrive in Jerusalem… that’s in Zechariah 9.9 where it says he enters… not as a warrior on his horse, but on a donkey.
Lord You Sent Me
About Psalm 23: After reading Psalm 23, what kind of thought comes to mind? It’s really familiar… I just about know it by memory… what else? … We are most likely to hear Psalm 23 read at funerals, where it offers a powerful message of hope in the face of death. But this psalm offers just as much hope for facing life in all its uncertainty.
Transformed By The Lord
Psalm 95 - We always have a choice... will we walk away from God, or will we walk towards Him?
From Where Comes my help!
Looking at Psalm 121... a song of ascents... a song for the journey