Sue is one of the Readers at St Editha’s Amington.

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The story of Mary and Martha is probably a very familiar one Positive: comfort of familiarity Negative: danger of complacency, not remembering depth of meaning The set-up Jesus and his friends (many? few?) on their way to Jerusalem call in at the home of friends Mary and Martha Mary sits at Jesus’ feet Martha gets […] continue »

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May we be open to the direction of God, as both the demon and the man he possessed were.  May we follow the example Jesus sets for us for our earthly lives, ready to receive the enriching God has for our lives through following him, and open to the gift of heaven with the Lord for all eternity which he offers to us all continue »

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Are the sheep who hear Jesus’ words actually listening to him, and looking to follow him when he calls like his followers did, or are they sheep with earmuffs, not wanting to hear what he has to say, like the Jews seemed to be? continue »

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So be encouraged,
make sure your focus is on God, repent,
tell out the Good News in word or deed.
The sentiments may have come from hundreds of years ago,
but they are relevant for us today, and incidentally,
will mean that when the Lord comes again at the second coming,
we will be able to stand before him,
knowing we are one of his, repentant, accepted, forgiven, saved continue »

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And that’s what Jesus would have us have, in the midst of difficulty, the absolute assurance that he is there, that he has us in his hands, and that whatever happens, he will be with us, and we will be with him, not just for this life, precious as it is to us, but for eternity as well, and that is the ultimate goal for us as Christians.  continue »

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Be encouraged, be excited, not to stop at a point and think you’ve arrived, keep looking out for what new thing God has to show you!  continue »

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Instead of the actions and teachings being individual and not having a central point, now they do – the fact that Jesus is the Messiah continue »

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May the Word of God may be determined in our place here in Amington, as it was in the days of the apostles two thousand years ago in Jerusalem. continue »