Because I am currently in Tarbert, Harris, the internet is not too good and I am not able to upload last weeks services – but if you follow this link you will be able to get the full services online or just the sermons. In the morning we looked at Romans 10:5-13 “Salvation Guaranteed” and in the evening Sinclair began a mini series on “What’s … Continue reading Romans 10 – Guaranteed Salvation; Matthew 28 – Whats So Great About The Great Commission; A Gaelic Psalm…
Last Sunday morning I had intended to look at the first 13 verses of Romans 8 – as it was we only got the first four done! But it is a remarkable passage which makes the Gospel very clear: Songs: 1) I will enter his gates 2) Light of the world 3) Saviour of the World 4) Ps 119:17-24 5) Just as I am Scripture: … Continue reading The Four Verbs of Salvation (Romans 8:1-4); God’s Charge Against the Church (Jeremiah 2) – Worship from St Peters, 20th Jan 2019
The Christian Church in Wales is not in a healthy condition. The Church in Wales (the Anglicans) has gone from 90,000 members 20 years ago to 45,000 today. It’s largely dying. Ah, but what about the Welsh Revival, and all these singing chapels…..? The Presbyterian church of Wales (the heir to the Calvinistic Methodists) only has 24,000 members and is also declining. The Baptist church … Continue reading Peace in the Valleys? The Revival of the Church in Wales?
Last year I received the following lovely e-mail…. On 21 November 2018 at 13:41:06, firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) wrote: Hi, David If you’ve recently been much more careful, you would not have received this message. I really do not consider that cheating is a rare issue, but if your partner discovers regarding it, and also all your family, buddies on The facebook in conjunction with images and … Continue reading Blackmail and the Gospel
How can I use the Bible to reach those who don’t believe it is true? “Every single country, town, village, community in this society has been impacted by the Bible.” How Can Christians Engage Non-Christians? Continue reading How Can I Use the Bible to Reach Someone who doesn’t Believe its True?
The first Quantum of the New Year is based on the predictions that I made earlier this week. You can get all the links there. Ten Predictions for 2019 – Confusion, China and Christ. You can catch up on last weeks here – Quantum 22 – 2018 – End of Year Review Continue reading Quantum 23 – Predictions for 2019
Last New Year I tried to look ahead and predict what would happen in 2018 – https://theweeflea.com/2017/12/30/war-poverty-the-rise-of-the-machines-10-prophecies-for-society-in-2018/ I think I got 9.5 right! So let’s have another go for 2019. 1) ) We will continue to live in a confused culture – on sex and gender Our society has the MeToo movement – supposed to be a protest against mistreatment and sexual abuse of women. … Continue reading Ten Predictions for 2019 – Confusion, China and Christ.
The Christmas ‘Fake News” and Ladbaby’s ‘We Built This City on Sausage Rolls” As we come towards Christmas its time to reflect on two different pictures of this ‘special’ time of year. Tomorrow we will look at what the Real Christmas is about – but today let’s go with the fake. Santa’s Husband Of course Christmas as a ‘good’ thing is always being appropriated by … Continue reading The Christmas ‘Fake News” and Ladbaby’s ‘We Built This City on Sausage Rolls”
How do I communicate the Gospel at work? Here is a short answer to that question which I gave at the European Leadership Forum. There is obviously a lot more to be said! Persuasive Economics Continue reading How Can I Communicate the Gospel at Work?
This is an article which was published in the last ever edition of The Australian Presbyterian. It is a transcribed interview with Mark Powell which in the light of yesterdays post – A Bittersweet Day helps explain my thinking. We contrast the situations in the UK and Australia. On the Precipice Australian churches, 10 years behind Scotland’s decline, must return to basics. David Robertson talks … Continue reading An Interview with the Australian Presbyterian