Posts Tagged ‘Saints’

Remembrance Sunday.

The World and the Church.

Many people will gather to rember their fallen this weekend from the British and Commonwealth armed forces from the great war (1914-18) to the present conflicts. These gatherings can have so many meanings for so many people from victory over an enemy to occupation and oppression.

For the believer every Sunday is a remembrance day of what Jesus has done for us! We press on in everyday battles, with our enemy the Devil who does not rest from attacking the Saints.

Romans 5:17,  Galatians 3:14,  Ephesians 2:7,  Philippians 3:14,.

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A month of Saints. Part-One.

Saint David and Saint Piran.

1st March Cymru-Wales, 5th March Curnow-Cornwall.

Very little is known about these two men, but what an impact as Christian believers preaching the ‘Good News message they have had over the last 1500 years in the western regions of mainland Britain.

Many people will jump up and protest that these were good Catholics, but how wrong you are. These men like Saint Patrick, the establisher of Celtic Christianity and mission was a born again Christian and His followers were the same.

They held no alligance to Rome but their Lord Jesus alone.

Exodus 15:2,  Psalm 18:46,  27:1,  Romans 8:26-27,  Philippians 2:12,  3:3.

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