In this morning’s Bible Reading I will be expounding Psalm 2. Under our theme of Hope this will point us to the great hope that comes from watching Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith (Hebrews 12:2) as he is assured by the Father of his worldwide rule. As we hope in Jesus, we learn to take refuge in him. I hope and pray this will encourage our hearts.
The gospel gives us a glorious hope to sustain us through all the difficulties of this life. Christ will return to destroy all sin and fallenness, to wipe the tears of his people away, and to renew his creation. This seminar will encourage us by looking at the biblical hope of a new heavens and a new earth, and will show how that hope can transform our lives now.
Join us for the Q&A sessions that follow the seminars each day. Text in your question to the following number 07380308859 for consideration in the Q&As.
Book recommendations: Christ Our Life by Michael Reeves
Join us at the Keswick 4 Kids programme. This week’s programme will feature talks, memory verse, craft time, singing and the ‘big question of the day’! In today’s session, we’ll be looking at Psalms 1 and 2. We’ll be exploring how the words of King David in the Psalms point us forward to Jesus, the true word of God.
Join us at the Virtual Keswick Youth sessions. This week’s programme, hosted by Louise Silk, will feature song, talks, panel discussions, reading and interviews. In today’s session, we’ll be looking at Psalms 1 and 2. Elfie Acheson will be speaking about the Bible passages. We will share how true blessing is found both in delighting in and hoping in the wisdom of the word of the Lord (Psalm 1) and in taking refuge in the Son (Psalm 2). We’ll be exploring how the words of King David in the Psalms point us forward to Jesus, the true word of God.
We’d love you to join us for this short daily session with Count Everyone In. This is a devotion for adults with learning disabilities to encounter God for the first time & for others to grow in their faith and understanding.
Hosts Sarah Bradley and Ben Moon will be taking you through a packed programme of songs, talks, spoken word, book reviews, games and discussions in the Virtual Keswick Youth evenings this week. Join us this evening as we look at the theme of Hope because Jesus Rules. Graham Albans will be speaking about Mark 13.24-27.
This passage will be immense comfort to those who are trusting in Jesus. He really does rule over everything, everywhere, always, and there will be a day when everyone discovers that (Philippians 2.9-11). This gives us wonderful hope that no matter how dark our days feel now, no matter how frightening coronavirus is, no matter how bleak our society seems, no matter how untrustworthy and corrupt our leaders feel that Jesus rules above it all.