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Welcome to Derriford Church Blog

Editorial

On the night of the last supper with his disciples Jesus spent time reassuring his disciples. He knew what would happen to him tomorrow, he would be falsely accused, he would be mocked, whipped and endure a horrible, painful death. Yet his focus was on his disciples and preparing them for what was coming. His first words “Don’t let your heart be troubled”, uttered in those circumstances, have to be the most challenging to those who are going through difficult times. Yet he did not allow for any “get out”, his command to not allow our hearts to be troubled still stands. (John 14 v1-3) Proverbs 4 v23 tells us to “guard our hearts”, how do we do this? By applying the truth of Scripture to our lives, by prayer, by praising God for who he is. Try reading Psalm 23, out loud, every day this week, believe what it says and thank God for what he has done for you, just in this psalm.”

– Lynne James

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Dear Friends
Anyone who has had the joy of watching children grow up will never forget that special moment when they first start walking. It was probably no more than a few stumbling steps. For such steps to happen something is usually needed, a caring adult close at hand to catch the child when they fall. The knowledge that someone is there to offer support is all important, giving children the confidence they need as they move forward on the journey of life. So it is with God. He is always there watching over us, ready to offer a helping hand in times of need, to lift us up when we stumble, to comfort us in sorrow and reassure us in times of fear. Even in death, those arms are there, enfolding us as we are led to life eternal.
God delights in us as much as we do in our own children, and whether we see it or not, we rest secure in his everlasting, ever supporting, arms.
With love in Jesus
Stuart

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Do you realise that God knows everything there is to know about you, including your past, present and future? He doesn’t miss a thing. He knows your name: ‘…”Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; you are Mine”‘ (Isaiah 43:1). He also knows your address: “I know…where you dwell…” (Revelation 2:13). And here’s the most amazing part. With full knowledge of you, He loves you! He doesn’t say, ‘I love you, if.’ There are no ‘ifs’ in God’s heart. His love for you existed before you were born and it will exist after you’re gone. ‘How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! (1 John 3:1)” Does that mean God doesn’t care what we say or do? No, to love without condition doesn’t mean to love without concern. Sometimes we confuse unconditional love with unconditional approval. God doesn’t approve of betrayal, selfishness, pride, dishonesty, lust, resentment or any other form of sin. These are the opposite of the love God wants to instil in our hearts. God’s unconditional love just means He continues to love us even when we blow it; that He waits for us like the father waited for the return of his prodigal son. It’s important that we hold to the truth that God never stops loving us even when He’s grieved by what we do as God’s love is the magnet that will draw us back to Him every time.

– Phil Brewer

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Dear Friends
A very short one today! Just to say that after worship we will be praying in the new kitchen for the work that will go in there and ask that God will continue to bless us by making it a place of welcome, hospitality and love. Please do join us as we pray with thanks for God’s on-going provision to us and for those who will work in this ministry.
With love in Jesus
Stuart

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Dear Friends
As we watch the Paralympics, we can’t help but be stirred by the passion, commitment and drive of these athletes. Some of them, at some time must have felt beaten, hopeless and perhaps useless. Yet they have achieved things that many able bodied people could only dream of. The reason is that many, in the face of their darkest fear or hopelessness clung onto a dream or vision for their future. They just couldn’t give up because they had something better to aim for. For some this was and continues to be a journey of sacrifice and pain and yet, when they represent their country, and hopefully have the medal around their neck, they will know that this is what it was all for. Likewise, we need that same faith and courage in our service for God; that may mean a willingness to accept apparent failure and not be deflected from our path, to attempt great things for Jesus, even though they may seem beyond us.
With love in Jesus

– Stuart Nixon

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The work on the Hall Kitchen is due to start on Monday and demonstrates a great answer to prayer. Please remember that there is a prayer meeting in the Church after music practice tonight, and if you are unable to attend, we still value your prayers so please join us in spirit even if not in body. Topics to consider prayerfully include all the practical elements such as getting the materials and units on time, communication, the builder and his team and the GAP Committee as we coordinate activities. We will also be considering plans for opening the Kitchen and Coffee Bar afterwards on Monday too, so we will value ongoing prayer for this. This is just the start of bringing the Church Buildings into a suitable state to reach out into our community so the job will not end as soon as the kitchen is complete but it is actually only the start! God has made it possible to start this project; He wants us to stick to His agenda; He will provide the necessary resources. Our task is to continue to listen to Him, have faith and obey. This job is now underway and, on a personal note, I urge you to think about ways that you can participate in Bridging The GAP.

-Phil Brewer

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