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2 hours ago

Sandal Magna Parish

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Good morning. Having difficulties with IT at our end. X

Thank you blessed always ❀️

Thankyou x

morningxx

Morning!!

Good morning

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Thank you ❀

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Goodmorning

Good Morning and welcome to our 11am service.

Thank you for joining us this morning, please join us for coffee on zoom at 12.

very difficult to hear & Phil always preaches so well

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3 hours ago

Sandal Magna Parish

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Good morning everyone x

Thanks to all involved in the worship. Good to feel close to my church family.

Good morning everyone.x

Thank you for this mornings service. Sound was so much better and yet I have done nothing different to the equipment at home.

God bless everyone this chilly morning.

morning all xx

Good morning everyone

Thankyou, Thankyou all for the service today. X

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Good morning. Hope you are all well.

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Good morning everyone

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Good morning Everyone

Thanks again everyone.

Thank you for joining us this morning. Please join us for zoom coffee at 12

Good morning and welcome to all joining us online.

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1 week ago

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All I am is yours ❀️❀️

Beautiful ❀️

Morning everyone!

Morning ❀️

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Good morning everyone

Morning!!

God bless everyone here

Good morning everyone πŸ’•

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Thank you for joining us online, please join us for coffee and chat over zoom at 12 noon.

Good morning and welcome to all joining us online.

Tips for getting the best experience online: 1. Try to find a strong Wi-fi signal 2. Check the livestream is un-muted. 3. Use your local volume controls to adjust the sound as required. 4. Using headphones will often improve the quality of sound when using a smartphone. 5. If you continue to experience poor sound, drop off the livestream and rejoin. I’ve checked the sound and we’re broadcasting loud and clear.

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1 week ago

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Pam,my sound is better on phone than Chromebook even though less than 2ft.apart.May be worth a try.

hello all.. Lovely to join this moring. Sat eating my breakfast at the table. Well done Joyce. Good message. Blessings Val

Sound not too good on my laptop so went onto my iPad and had to turn up to full volume but it was okay then.

Good morning everyone x

Morning, have to agree, volume not very good for me either.x

Thanks again for all the effort put into both services, especially to Joyce for plucking up courage for what I believe was her first talk.

Lovely to see you all and hear you.

Can hear clearly down south!

Thank you Rupert, Sally, Joyce and John; very comforting and encouraging in these difficult days.

Amen!! ❀️

Yes, thanks to Joyce, excellent talk

Brightest and best of the sons of the morning one of my favourite hymns. Thanks to John for playing the organ for us and to all involved.

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Morning blessings to you all

Good Morning

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Good morning everyone.x

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Good morning and welcome to all joining us online this morning.

Thank you for joining us this morning. Our second service will start at 11am. Please join us for coffee and zoom at 12 noon.

Good morning Sorry we can`t hear again. John and Pam Payling

Tips for getting the best experience online: 1. Try to find a strong Wi-fi signal 2. Check the livestream is un-muted. 3. Use your local volume controls to adjust the sound as required. 4. Using headphones will often improve the quality of sound when using a smartphone. 5. If you continue to experience poor sound, drop off the livestream and rejoin. I’ve checked the sound and we’re broadcasting loud and clear.

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2 weeks ago

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This quotation comes from the African theologian, bishop and writer Tertullian who lived from 155-240AD.
Thinking of the connection between hope and patience reminds me of these wonderful verses from Isaiah:
Do you not know?
Have you not heard?
The Lord is the everlasting God,
the Creator of the ends of the earth.
He will not grow tired or weary,
and his understanding no one can fathom.

He gives strength to the weary
and increases the power of the weak.

Even youths grow tired and weary,
and young men stumble and fall;
but those who hope in the Lord
will renew their strength.

They will soar on wings like eagles;
they will run and not grow weary,
they will walk and not be faint."
Isaiah 40:28-31

Those who have seen the film Chariots of Fire will remember these words being read out by Eric Liddell over a montage of athletes falling or losing their races.

The line "those who hope in the Lord" can also be translated as:

"they that wait upon the Lord". King James Version.
"those who trust the Lord". Contemporary English Version.

Waiting, hoping, trusting is very much where we are.
We wait to be vaccinated.
We wait for lockdown to end.
We wait for Spring to arrive.

We hope that the NHS will not be overwhelmed.
We hope for people to be kept safe.
We hope for children not to lose to much ground in their education and for families to cope with the extra stresses they face.

We trust that all will be well.
We trust that businesses will recover and jobs return.
We trust that we will be able to meet again and enjoy summer with those we love.

The key to all these translations is the person we are waiting upon, hoping and trusting in.
God is the ultimate source of hope, the one we put our trust in and who give us strength to wait patiently.
God is the source of light which Tertullian is referring to.

The beauty of waiting, hoping, trusting in God is that we will be carried aloft, we will soar beyond these present problems not in our own strength, with our own busy efforts, but "on wings like eagles." the image is of big bird with wings outspread, gliding upwards on invisible but powerful currents of warm air. We can be carried by the invisible but powerful currents of the Holy Spirit, who is the means by which we receive God's love.

With that love and in that strength, we too will be able to "run and not grow weary, to walk and not be faint."
Rupert
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This quotation comes from the African theologian, bishop and writer Tertullian who lived from 155-240AD. 
Thinking of the connection between hope and patience reminds me of these wonderful verses from Isaiah:
Do you not know?
    Have you not heard?
The Lord is the everlasting God,
    the Creator of the ends of the earth.
He will not grow tired or weary,
    and his understanding no one can fathom.

He gives strength to the weary
    and increases the power of the weak.

Even youths grow tired and weary,
    and young men stumble and fall;
but those who hope in the Lord
    will renew their strength.

They will soar on wings like eagles;
    they will run and not grow weary,
    they will walk and not be faint.
Isaiah 40:28-31

Those who have seen the film Chariots of Fire will remember these words being read out by Eric Liddell over a montage of athletes falling or losing their races.

The line those who hope in the Lord can also be translated as:

they that wait upon the Lord. King James Version.
those who trust the Lord.  Contemporary English Version.

Waiting, hoping, trusting is very much where we are. 
We wait to be vaccinated. 
We wait for lockdown to end. 
We wait for Spring to arrive.

We hope that the NHS will not be overwhelmed. 
We hope for people to be kept safe. 
We hope for children not to lose to much ground in their education and for families to cope with the extra stresses they face.

We trust that all will be well. 
We trust that businesses will recover and jobs return. 
We trust that we will be able to meet again and enjoy summer with those we love.

The key to all these translations is the person we are waiting upon, hoping and trusting in.
God is the ultimate source of hope, the one we put our trust in and who give us strength to wait patiently. 
God is the source of light which Tertullian is referring to.

The beauty of waiting, hoping, trusting in God is that we will be carried aloft, we will soar beyond these present problems not in our own strength, with our own busy efforts, but on wings like eagles. the image is of big bird with wings outspread, gliding upwards on invisible but powerful currents of warm air. We can be carried by the invisible but powerful currents of the Holy Spirit, who is the means by which we receive Gods love.

With that love and in that strength, we too will be able to run and not grow weary, to walk and not be faint.
Rupert

2 weeks ago

Sandal Magna Parish

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Forever all my days

Our God reigns

the sun will shine again for humanity

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Thank you Jesus πŸ’₯

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Welcome to all those joining our service online this morning. Tips for getting the best experience online: 1. Try to find a strong Wi-fi signal 2. Check the livestream is un-muted. 3. Use your local volume controls to adjust the sound as required. 4. Using headphones will often improve the quality of sound when using a smartphone. 5. If you continue to experience poor sound, drop off the livestream and rejoin. I’ve checked the sound and we’re broadcasting loud and clear.

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2 weeks ago

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Morning all. Glad it's a bit warmer.

Lovely organ playing

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Good morning everyone.Keep safe.x

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Good morning everyone

Thank you

Thank you for joining us this morning. Please do join us for coffee and chat on Zoom at 12noon

Tips for getting the best experience online: 1. Try to find a strong Wi-fi signal 2. Check the livestream is un-muted. 3. Use your local volume controls to adjust the sound as required. 4. Using headphones will often improve the quality of sound when using a smartphone. 5. If you continue to experience poor sound, drop off the livestream and rejoin. I’ve checked the sound and we’re broadcasting loud and clear.

Good morning to our service at Sandal Magna online.

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2 weeks ago

Sandal Magna Parish

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