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"I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways. I will delight in your statutes; I will not forget your word." Psalm 119:15-16
After Service At Dingley Neighbourhood Centre
4 Dec - Ps Rod Hole
11 Dec - Ps Rod Hole
18 Dec - Andy Utley
25 Dec - Ps Rod Hole
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Tuesday Evening- 6 December - 17 Brady Avenue, Clayton South - Contact Mark 0466 846 834
Sunday Evening - 4 December - 98 Stanley Road, Keysborough - Contact Jerome 0406 565 101
7am to 8am and 9am to 10am - Saturday 17 December - 7 Fiveways Blvd
Everyone is welcome to come and join in a time of prayer for each other,
our Church and our Community - 7 Fiveways Blvd
Learning Life's Principles From The Women In The Bible
Thursday 8 December - 7 Fiveways Blvd
'Grasping God's Word'
Friday 16 December - 7 Fiveways Blvd
Mens Group - Meets once a month on a Tuesday
6 till 9pm - 7 Fiveways Blvd
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“Ideal of a Christian” Romans 14
Should you ask me for the true ideal of a Christian - for the model whereby a man should fashion his conversation, if he would appear to be a child of God, and an heir of glory - I should desire you to read the eighth verse of this chapter: "whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's." The highest realisation of a Christian is to feel himself annihilated; that is to say, to lose all idea of self in the person of Christ, to forget his own individual existence, till he feels that 'It's no longer I, but Christ that liveth in me'. I do not think we early attain so high a flight of true devotion; it may come in after years. Happy is the man who, by habitual mortification of the flesh, by earnest prayer in the spirit, by continual groaning over his innate corruptions, and constant aspirings of his renewed heart towards God, at last comes to this. He can actually say:'Now for the love I bear His name, what was my gain I count my loss; I pour contempt on all my shame, and nail my glory to His cross'. Excerpt taken from C.H Charles Spurgeon's sermon delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle - circa 1855-56 (CH Spurgeon's Sermons Beyond Volume 63 Edition)
Excerpt taken from C.H Charles Spurgeon's sermon delivered at the Metropolitan Tabernacle - circa 1855-56 (CH Spurgeon's Sermons Beyond Volume 63 Edition)