This week our studies continue we continue the theme of Lamenting from Sunday - As We Learn To Honestly Cry Out To God. Each day we are look at Psalm 10.
Some different versions of Psalm 10.
Why Mourning Can Be Good For Us
We are thinking about Lament on a daily basis, and in this article Paul Tripp writes about how the process of mourning can be very helpful.
Let’s Pray For Eleanor Drysdale (deaconess in Wellington, Ballymena)
Pray for the mental health of all involved in pastoral care during this time of lockdown as more people than before are now being impacted by Covid-19, directly or indirectly. Give thanks for the strength God gives us and that his mercies are new every morning.
Ballina, Ballymote and Killala Presbyterian Churches
Pray for these home mission congregations, for wisdom and strength for the minister Rev Molly Deatherage and the kirk sessions during the pandemic.
New City Catechism
Did God Create Us Unable to Keep His Law?
No, but because of the disobedience of our first parents, Adam and Eve, all of creation is fallen; we are all born in sin and guilt, corrupt in our nature and unable to keep God’s law.
Each day CARE are providing morning Devotions. I don’t get them in time four that day’s blog but I will try to include the previous day’s video
Today Matt talks with an Evangelical Free Church Pastor. (Remember this comes from an American perspective)
“Reading Between The Lines” a series working through the bible looking at the well known phrases.
Leaving and Cleaving
A five minute video from SU helping us think about the Pandemic. Helpful for all ages.
From SU -
“This is the second of our ‘Unrestricted’ video series
Again, to be used in Post Primary Assemblies, Church Services, SU groups, Youth Groups, RE Lessons and beyond. “ Do Not Be Anxious
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A podcast from Evangelical Alliance with Peter Lynas & Jo Frost this week looking at Choice, Contracts and Cancel Culture. This Podcast has an incredible discussion on marriage with some of the most surprising statistics on marriage and divorce I have ever heard.
Yesterday we had a where is it, it was a house being demolished for a new development just above the public toilets in Portstewart.