Part two of a two part series on the Lord's Prayer
“Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.” Matthew Chap 6v10-13
Prayer is the most amazing privilege and blessing given to us. Jesus gave a short model of prayer to help us as we approach God. We looked at the first part of the prayer. We saw who it is we pray to-“Our Father”. Although His presence fills the whole earth, yet heaven is His home-“In Heaven”. We also saw the attitude and spirit of awe, respect and reverence we should have as we come into His presence-“Hallowed Be Your Name.” Finally we saw that before presenting our own personal requests, we must seek the extension and growth of God’s kingdom-“Your Kingdom Come.”Read more about 'Pastoral Reflection for Thursday, April 23rd'...
Rev Kenneth I Macleod
Sermon Title: Jesus in the Dark
6.30pm Service: Facebook Livestream (click here)
Rev James Maciver
Sermon Title: When God Dealt with a Rising Death Toll.
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11am Service: Facebook Livestream (click here)
Rev James Maciver
Sermon Title: A Living Hope through Christ’s Resurrection
Rev Kenneth I Macleod
Sermon Title: Christ's Triumph Over the GraveRead more about 'Service Details - Sunday 12th April'...
Part 1 of a two part series reflecting on the Lord's Prayer.
“Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as is it is heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts as we also forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.” Matthew Chap 6v 9-13
Prayer is at the very centre of our Christian lives, and along with the reading of His Word, is the most wonderful privilege God has given to us. Jesus has a lot to say to us regarding prayer; both by example and exhortation. In Matthew Chapter 6, before He gives us a great example of prayer, in what has become known as the ‘Lord’s prayer’, He emphasises the importance of getting alone with God. Secret prayer should be part of our lives. Of course we should pray with others, but being alone with God in prayer is essential for our own spiritual health, and the good of the church and society at large. Private secret prayer is at the heart of what we become as Christians. Our spiritual growth is largely determined by the amount of time you spend alone with the Lord. All the great giants of faith in the Bible were men and women who spent a lot of time in the presence of the Lord. The expression, “You get like those you live with,” can equally be applied to our quiet times in the presence of the Lord. The more time we spend with Him the more like Him we become. When Moses spent a long period on top of the mountain alone with the Lord, His face shone so brightly when he returned that he had to cover his face with a veil when speaking to the Israelites.Read more about 'Pastoral Reflection for Thursday, April 9th'...
Morning Service is available now here - https://stornowayfreechurch.com/sermons/
We plan to livestream two services on the Lord's Day, God willing, at the usual times of 11am and 6.30pm. Like last week, these will be around 30 minutes long, with prayer, Bible reading, short sermon and one item of praise.Read more about 'Sunday Services: Details for Sunday 5th April'...
The Record: As those who subscribe to the Record are not able to collect their copy at church services, it's been decided not to issue paper copies to congregations while the current restrictions are in place. As an alternative to paper copies, the Record is being made freely available online and the April edition can be viewed on the Free Church website https://freechurch.org. It featured on the home page until Friday but it can still be accessed under the News tab. A PDF copy is available and can be accessed and downloaded using the following link: https://freechurch.org/assets/documents/2020/The_Record-Apr-20-WEB.pdf
Read more about 'Update on The Record, Giving and Foodbank Donation'...