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Living for God's glory - From this day onTim Long
9.15am St George's
Length:15 minutes
References:Haggai 2:10-23
Mark 8:34-37
Tim summarises the Book of Haggai to give context to the - rather difficult - final section. Tim notes that the book has sudden changes of mood from somber to offers of blessing possibly reflecting the chaotic times that Haggai lived in. For Haggai, stability was to be found in re-building the temple and a return to a pure faith. Tim says that such promises of blessing are the hope that is always there for the Jews. It is similar to the Advent hope we have today for the second coming of Jesus.
St George Ashtead 9.15 ServiceListen Download MP3 Audio 7.1MB (15:25)
I AM - the way, the truth and the life.Tim Long
9.15am St George's
Length:19 minutes
References:Psalm 119:97-105
John 14:1-7
Tim shares his understanding of how St John's Gospel sets out both the divinity and humanity of Christ. The I AM sayings are at the heart of it. In reply to Thomas, Jesus points the way to God and claims to be the truth and the life. His perfect humanity and obedience to the Torah is the way that we, as humans, are to follow for he is the pattern of humble service for a true relationship with God and a hope for the future whatever our standing in the church or society and/or our uncertainties.
St Georges Ashtead 9.15 serviceListen Download MP3 Audio 8.8MB (19:08)
I AM - the resurrection and the lifeTim Long
9.15am St George's
Length:15 minutes
References:Exodus 3:13-15
John 11:17-27
Tim describes the wider use by Jesus of the I AM name of God in John's Gospel apart from the 7 well know ones. He says that the words in Hebrew have a future as well as a present day meaning. Jesus claims to be the resurrection in the context of the raising of Lazarus and this is typical as all the I AM sayings are totally embedded in John's narrative of Jesus' ministry. The promise for us is that resurrection living is for now as well as the future when we physically die and move into our eternal life.
St Georges Ashtead 9.15 serviceListen Download MP3 Audio 7.0MB (15:11)
Our CallingTim Long
Choral VI
Length:20 minutes
Reference:2 Timothy 4
6pm ServiceListen Download MP3 Audio 13.4MB (20:13)
Crisis of Confidence in GodTim Long
9.15am St George's
Length:18 minutes
References:1 Kings 16:29-17
Mark 8:34-38
Tim focuses on the issues that can become "Gods" for us and divert us from the worship and relationship with the One God. He sets out the conflicts in early Israelite history between polytheism and monotheism and how the editors of the Book of Kings condemn King Ahab for his accommodation of the local Baal god and how Elijah comes to the fore. The prophetic ministry challenges us, just as Jesus did in the Gospel - saying we believe and trust in one God means we have to act it as well as say it.
St Georges Ashtead 9.15 serviceListen Download MP3 Audio 8.2MB (18:00)
Embracing the TrinityTim Long
9.15am St George's
Length:18 minutes
References:Genesis 1:26-27
John 16:12-15
Tim notes the importance of our belief in the Trinity to our Christian faith. He gives a biblical background to the way in which the Trinitarian nature of God has been understood. He explains how some of the theology of the Trinity has developed, being forgotten, and come back to the fore. Love is at the heart of this dynamic and that spills over to the creation including humankind infused by the Holy Spirit. The love within the Church should have the same dynamic and spill over to those outside.
St Georges Ashtead 9.15 serviceListen Download MP3 Audio 8.6MB (18:42)
PentecostTim Long
Choral VI
Length:18 minutes
Reference:Acts 2:1-21
Choral VIListen Download MP3 Audio 12.4MB (18:55)
Transforming MissionTim Long
Choral VI
Length:15 minutes
Reference:Romans 12
6pm ServiceListen Download MP3 Audio 9.9MB (15:53)
The Life of Jesus: Jesus, the one who sends us.Tim Long
9.15am St George's
Length:15 minutes
References:Malachi 1:1-4:6
Luke 9:1-9
Tim sets the scene for the disciples to be sent out by Jesus to spread the Gospel - both in word and deed. Tim suggests that they had to travel light to have a dependency on their hosts. Herod wonders if John the Baptist has risen from the dead, but Tim points out that this a key turning point of history as prophesies are fulfilled. We are unlikely to be asked to by like those early disciples but we are to carry the same message in word and deed appropriate to our generation and society
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The Songs of Christmas: Mary's SongTim Long
Choral VI
Length:18 minutes
References:1 Samuel 2:1
Luke 1:46-55
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