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Thought for the Day by Phil Moon (Vicar)
We ARE Blessed
Psalm 144:15 Really sums up Psalm 144, and it’s a great verse:
“Blessed is the people of whom this is true; blessed is the people whose God is the Lord”
Fact: we are blessed. We are a people whose God is the Lord. Not anyone or anything else. Our God is not a god of career, house, looks, popularity, health, income….. but the Lord. That is the Trinitarian God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
He is our God. Not just yours personally, but ours. Together. Corporate. And so we are a people who will walk with this God of ours and encourage one another to do the same.
And as we do that, as God’s people, we are blessed. We have been blessed and we are, currently blessed, more than you could imagine, more than you could get your arms around, more than you can comprehend, more than you could enjoy, even. Our past is paid for, our future is secure, we have our God’s engagement ring (the Spirit) and we will one day meet with our God face to face in glory.
In the meantime, there are problems, there are pains and now, a pandemic. People are concerned, some are grieving, some are afraid, some are beginning to panic.
But one thing does not change, even in the world of Covid 19.
We ARE Blessed.
Sunday Services today
Join us on line at 10:00 and 18:30 and please remember that the clocks have gone forward.
We are all having to get to grips with new technology. Who had heard of Zoom 3 weeks ago and now it is part of our everyday vocabulary. Many of the BH Small groups, Youth Groups and Feast are continuing using Zoom. Lots of people are using Zoom to keep in contact with family. If you want to know more about Zoom there are lots of resources on YouTube for you to look at.
Please find below links to two resources that you might find helpful:
1. A simple guide from Christ Church Kensington
2. A slightly longer, more in-depth guide
Mental Health Awareness 2021
Please follow the link below to our Resources page for more information.
We have church services on a Sunday at 8.00am, 10.00am and 6.30pm.