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They said to Jesus, “If you are the Messiah, tell us plainly.” Jesus answered, “I did tell you, but you do not believe.” They probably wanted Jesus to say something so they could mock him or even get him arrested for blasphemy! In today’s confusing world, with so many words coming at us daily from the media so obsessed about so much, you’d be forgiven for being confused or even depressed at all “they” want you to worry about. I am always aware that those who make the news might have agendas I don’t approve of, and that the quest for power or money usually seem to have precedence over the well-being of individuals, wherever they are in our world. Surely in such circumstances, in today’s world, as at any time over the past 2000 years, the words and teaching of Jesus make perfect sense? Life is short, will we pin our hopes on anyone in the media, or despair for want of knowing what to do about it? Jesus really did come to save the world, the evidence is in His own words and it’s never too late to turn to Him. Ian
“ Forty Reasons to Trust the Bible" is a new book co-authored by Dr Martin Johnson, who often visits Gosberton and is known to some of you. We recommend this book (available on Amazon and from good bookshops) as a thrilling way to discover the Bible!” Click here to read more. Also available from the Vicarage at a discounted price of £10.
Spiritual Well Being as a key to good health and a positive life. A daytime series of sessions beginning soon. Groups of 3 to 8. Phone 840694 for information.
Remembering those who need help:
If you know of anyone in our community in need of help or who would appreciate prayers for healing or encouragement, or simply a visit, whatever their circumstances, please contact Ian the Vicar on 840694 or email: vicar(AT - use the usual symbol)gosberton.org
Revd. Ian Walters
6 Wargate Way
Email vicar(AT - use the usual symbol)gosberton.org