Today the prayer meeting will be led by Jodi Whitehouse.
Click below for the prayer points for today in PDF format. Please use these to pray throughout the day.
Today I will be expounding Psalm 6. 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) and as he weeps for sins and sinners. As we hope in Jesus, we learn to weep for our sins in him.
Join us for a panel discussion looking at the theme of Hope in and through the local church. It will hosted by Adrian Reynolds. He will be joined by Robin Ham, Sonia Crossley and Efrem Buckle. We will be considering how ministry has changed as a result of the lockdown and what we can learn and apply as we plan to get back to ‘normal’ over the coming months.
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&A.
Book recommendations: Healthy Faith and the Coronavirus Crisis edited by Kristi Mair and Luke Cawley.
Our final session will explore Psalm 6, a psalm of lament by David. He is cut to the heart by an awareness of his sin, he weeps over it. The Psalm points us towards Jesus, who wept at our sin, as he sets his face towards the cross to be our hope. Join us as we teach God’s Word in an engaging way that we pray will help children to know and love our great God.
Our final morning session will explore Psalm 6, a psalm of lament by David. Activities including a song, talk and panel discussion will be held as we look at the Bible together. Louise Silk will be hosting the session and Sarah Bradley will give the main talk.
Join us as we look at a Psalm 6. We see that David is cut to the heart by an awareness of his sin, he weeps over it. The Psalm points us towards Jesus, who wept at our sin, as he sets his face towards the cross to be our hope.
We’d love you to join us for this short daily session with Count Everyone In.
Romans 5 is a passage that fills us with hope. Paul says that because we have been justified (declared righteous) by God through Jesus, we have peace with our Creator, and now stand every day in his grace. Present peace fills us with the hope of future glory, a hope sustained even through suffering. Our suffering today cannot dilute our hope because suffering produces the kind of character that will bring praise to God on the final day. Let this great passage thrill your heart, and increase your excitement for the world to come!
The final evening of Virtually Keswick Convention will focus on the theme of Hope because Jesus wept. Our team will be looking at the following Bible verses: John 11.32-44.
Join Sarah Bradley and Ben Moon as they host, while Ben Tanner will be giving a talk. As we send young people out to love and serve the Lord in our broken weeping world, full of Covid, full of racism, political instability, corruption and untrustworthy leaders, or suffering pain and uncertainty, we can offer them incredible solid hope. Hope that Jesus “gets it”.
That same God is with you in whatever brokenness and loss you find yourselves in. He is not distant or uncaring. Not only can he understand our pain, he alone can defeat suffering and evil and death, Only Jesus can do that.