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It is our intent, Lord willing, to return to a “regular” Sunday service at the church hall tomorrow. This post gives some preliminary information about this reopening, for those attending. Coronavirus is Serious I want to emphasise that we are … Continue reading
I’ve written this to our church family but thought parts of it might be useful to others. The Scottish government’s current advice isn’t entirely clear for us in this matter. But, at-risk people (those over 70 and with conditions) are being … Continue reading
The first twenty verses of Luke chapter 2 is one of the most beloved passages of Scripture. Our family memorised it together, and we still recite it together every Christmas morning. Who does not love the story of Mary and … Continue reading
Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.
This is a summary (for the sidebar menu) of a series of posts on some of the details of the prophecies in Isaiah related to Cyrus the Great, the Persian emperor who would be used by God to return the … Continue reading
Some thoughts from last Sunday evening, for those who weren’t there. The name “Jesus” with His title “Christ” occurs exactly seven times in the Book of Revelation. Five of those seven are in the first chapter. The last is in … Continue reading
Free Baptist Church now has a Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/Free-Baptist-Church-Glenrothes-112349003476308), a Twitter Page (@GlenFreeBaptist), and (Lord-willing) an active-again pastor’s blog. I even use PowerPoint in my sermons now. Old dogs can learn new tricks! Anyway, we’ve decided we need to increase … Continue reading