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- Book – Who is this who is coming?
- Book – God’s Plan for the World
- Theology – Why bother?
- The Thinking Christian
- Labels and Paradox
- Equality, Differences and Levelling
- Attitudes in Prayer
- Labels, Categories and Belief
- How do I live my Christian life?
- Statements of faith
- Following Jesus versus teaching, doctrine and theology
- Christian Worship Meetings
- Study/Teaching Meeting
- Holiness meetings
- E-Book – Evelyn Underhill – Mysticism
- E-Book – John Ruysbroeck – Three works
- The authority of the Bible – Lecture by Tom Wright
Tag Archives: Sharing
Labels, Categories and Belief Labels, categories and concepts – We all need them. We all use them. They provide a kind of shorthand that enables us to communicate with each other without having to go into detailed explanations every time … Continue reading
The aim of this group resides in the personal, individual aim of each of its members to ‘mean business with God’ such that they ‘get right with God’. As part of this, they seek the outpouring or infusing of the Spirit of God on themselves, on the fellowship and on its overseers. They are not seeking to ‘work up’ an emotional experience. Rather, they are seeking to submit or surrender to the Spirit of God, who guarantees to be present where two or three are gathered together in the name of Jesus. These people are not coming together as ‘those who have already attained’, just the opposite – they are coming together as those who are poor, needy, disobedient, rebellious, dry, lukewarm and so on. They come together recognising their own failures, disobedience and poverty of grace. This is where they start. Right where they are. They believe that God will meet them ‘where they are’. Continue reading