Jesus, who was thirsty, sat by a well. He asks a lady who had a pitcher for some water to drink. Jesus uses the ensuing discussion to point out that he was the one who can deal with the thirst that the woman (and we) have deep in our souls.
Morning Service (Psalm 43)
The believer, who is dejected and in turmoil has remembered past blessings and that God is in total control, now cries out to God for deliverance. He asks God to send out his light (assurance) and truth, and to be led to the sanctuary: the place where there is assurance of God's presence & the forgiveness of sins.
Judges 17:6-13 Lucky Charm Religion
Human beings will sometimes refer to, use & believe in lucky charms hoping that they bring prosperity and stop bad things happening. In Judges 17 the worship of the true God is changed into a lucky charm religion, which is has a little bit of God in it but is there in the hope that Micah prospers. His confidence is misplaced. Out only hope is God himself & not religion that we modify to suit ourselves
Maescanner Chapel Blog
Next Sunday 22nd Sept @ 10.30 am
Proverbs: The Name of the LORD is a strong tower
10 - 11.30am
Tea, Coffee, Chat (Thought For The Day)
Explore the Bible,
Explore the Bible, Luke 14
@ 1.45 pm
Short Informal Service
(normally twice / month,
first and third Monday).
9th October @ 2.30pm
Details to follow