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Stop Doubting and Believe – Reset by Jesus

By Atherstone

In this message Ovi shares all about Thomas – a character in the story of Jesus that we may be familiar with. He is often referred to as ‘Doubting Thomas’ and he can represent someone who is debating whether something is true or not. After seeing Jesus on the cross, Thomas withdrew from his fellow disciples and became isolated. Isolation is the perfect environment for pessimism, doubt and scepticism to grow! But Thomas was reset by Jesus when he said “My Lord and my God”. Hear more about this story in today’s message.

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The Good Shepherd’s Voice

By Atherstone, The Attributes of God

Watch/listen again to this Sunday message from Ian Jones in Atherstone. You can find more messages and other videos at youtube.com/livingrockchurch. You can also follow our Sunday Messages podcast on your preferred podcast platform. For more information about Living Rock Church visit www.livingrock.church.

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The Kindness of God

By Atherstone, The Attributes of God

Kindness is often looked at as a weakness, kindness is for those that are pushovers! But God is kind, we see that time and time again in the life of Jesus. In this message we’ll consider what kindness, how God is kind and how Jesus displays God’s kindness

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The Attributes of God: Introduction

By Atherstone, The Attributes of God

Jesus said that if we knew Him we would know God the Father (John 14:7-9), because He and His Father are One (John 17:21). Taking this is as our starting point, we look briefly at the seven miraculous “signs” described in John’s Gospel, and consider what they tell us about Jesus and what they tell us about God.  Bottom-line?  He is a Wonderful, Loving, Powerful, Caring Father!  And He wants us to know Him. 

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Love Builds Up: Unite in Foolishness

By Atherstone, Love Builds Up

There will be no division among you” said Paul to the Church in Corinth, and the same message applies to us today. It can sometimes be easier to create division than unity; to reject people that we don’t like or agree with and only spend time with people who are just like us. As Christians we are called be united around the message of the cross, even if this may look foolish and unimpressive to those around us. In this message, Ovi explores what this looks like; the difference between ‘foolishness’ and the ‘power of God’, and how we can unite around the foolishness that the Bible describes.

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