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It seems to me there are three principal ways in which we can deny the Lord; i] First, it is possible to deny him first of all by explicit and forthright denial This is the kind of denial of which Peter was guilty here. In other words, there is a straightforward question, “Do you know […]

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Date September 13, 2005
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Peter’s denial in the courtyard is the most infamous incident in his life. What could have prevented it? The answer to that question is very simple. If Peter had heeded the words of Jesus he would not have fallen. If Peter had prayed, and if he had watched he would not have denied his Lord […]

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Date September 13, 2005
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The structure of the Aberystwyth Conference is unique. After the prayer meetings (which begin at 9.15) are over the crowds numbering 1200 people gather in the Great Hall of the University for the 11.00 main meeting. There is just one preaching session for the whole morning and that is the conference address. Everything hangs on […]

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Date August 18, 2005
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The Aberystwyth Conference of the Evangelical Movement of Wales always occurs in the second week of August. It is the primary preaching week for the church in Wales and daunting enough for the five men who preach each evening in the lonely centre of the stage of the Great Hall of the University to 1200 […]

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Date August 16, 2005
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We went to the Kijiji township one July morning at 8.45. Kijiji is one of the slums that are dotted across Nairobi and this is medium sized for this vast city where half a million people live; it is about a mile and a half from Trinity Baptist Church. Hannah Ebrahim the 19 year old […]

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Date August 12, 2005
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A brief spotlight was turned on Africa at the beginning of July. The G8 leaders (of the United States, Britain, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, Canada and Russia) assembled in Gleneagles to discuss Africa, climate change and that sort of thing. The Live 8 concert for 200,000 in Hyde Park, intended to attract attention to poverty […]

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Date August 9, 2005
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If you walked behind the Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town to the old cemetery any lunch time in the 1970s and 80s you would come across a fascinating gathering. A group of poor unemployed Africans, some of them alcoholics, and other HIV positive, were listening intently to another African reading to them from the […]

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Date July 20, 2005
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In mid-June Billy Graham preached for three days in New York. At first this was regarded as his last stadium appearance, but family and friends are not so sure. Graham, 86, is in declining health. In addition to having Parkinson’s disease, he broke his hip last year and was forced to postpone two crusades planned […]

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Date July 4, 2005
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There seemed to me to be more men this year in the Evangelical Movement of Wales Ministers’ Conference than for some years – about 70 men. As always the spirit amongst us preachers in all our gatherings in the UK is loving and supportive. The main speaker was Arturo Azurdia, a pastor from north of […]

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Date June 17, 2005
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The Back to God Hour is our favourite Christian Radio broadcast. For half an hour each week a message in agreement with the standards of the Heidelberg Catechism is broadcast across America and in many other parts of the world. For many years its brilliant speaker was Peter Eldersveld, followed by Joel Nederhood who once […]

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Date June 16, 2005
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On June 3, 1905, at Changsha, the capital of Hunan province in China, James Hudson Taylor, the founder of the China Inland Mission (now the Overseas Missionary Fellowship) died. Hunan was the last province of China to be opened to the gospel. He was taken and buried at Chinkiang beside his wife Maria and four […]

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Date June 14, 2005
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On Monday morning May 9 my wife and I were driven to the Speke airport in Liverpool (now sadly renamed the John Lennon Airport after that pretentious Beatle, the hypocritical author of ‘Imagine.’). We were there two hours before our departure to London City Airport. The only significant aspects of that flight were the sight […]

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Date May 25, 2005
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Gomer also needs the grace of redemption. See how God goes about this, “Come, let us return to the LORD. He has torn us to pieces but he will heal us; he has injured us but he will bind up our wounds. After two days he will revive us; on the third day he will […]

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Date May 6, 2005
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The prophet Hosea marries Gomer, a wife who proves to be unfaithful to him, going after numerous men. How is Gomer to be brought back from her sin? How is the land to be delivered from its wickedness? It’s no secret. The way back is written plainly on every page of the Bible. There are […]

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Date May 4, 2005
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The Banner of Truth Conference was as faith enhancing and encouraging an event as I remember. I attended my first conference in 1963 and there have been few that I have had to miss since that year. Ted Donnelly opened the conference with a sermon on the will of God from Ephesians 1. This theme, […]

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Date May 3, 2005
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