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God meets with Jacob 15th October, 2017 - A study on Genesis 28:10-22. Breakfast with the Bible, Chelmsford Cathedral (15th October 2017). Esau was breathing fire and brimstone against his brother. We read: “Esau hated Jacob, because of the blessing which has father had blessed him, and Esau said to himself, ‘The days of mourning for my father are approaching; then I will Read more »
Isaac blesses Jacob 24th September, 2017 - A study on Genesis 26:35-27:80. Breakfast with the Bible, Chelmsford Cathedral (24th September 2017). A drama in four scenes: The father prepares to bless his older son (27.1-4) The mother schemes for her younger son (27.5-17) The younger son deceives the father (27.18-29) The father grieves with his older son (27.3-40) The drama is preceded Read more »
Two parables encouraging us to pray (Luke 11.5-8 and 18.1-8) 30th July, 2017 - Breakfast with the Bible, Chelmsford Cathedral (30th July 2017). Before we look at these two parables, we need to listen to some general teaching of Jesus on prayer which follows the parable of the friend at midnight: “Ask, and it will be given to you, search and you will find; knock and the door will Read more »
The challenge to do (Luke 10.25-37) 23rd July, 2017 - Breakfast with the Bible, Chelmsford Cathedral (23rd July 2017). 1. SAMARITANS BE DAMNED! ‘Samaritans be damned!’ summed up the attitude of most Jews to Samaritans. The Samaritans were regarded as half-breeds, traitors to the Jewish race. The roots of this bitterness went back to the return of Jews from exile in 539 BC. Almost a Read more »
Preaching Good News evokes a mixed response 21st May, 2017 - Breakfast with the Bible, Chelmsford Cathedral (21st May 2017). As our passage for this morning – as also the New Testament in general - shows, the preaching of good news always evokes a mixed response.  People are won to Christ – but many are resistant to Christ. William Larkin: “As in physics every action spawns Read more »

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