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Stan Evers retired from his church at Potton, after leading his congregation for exactly 25 years.

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Review – The Christian in an age of terror – New Wine Press

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May 2008
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Review – The Christian in an age of terror – New Wine Press

The Christian in an age of terror Martyn Lloyd-Jones (ed. Dr. Michael Eaton) New Wine Press; 280 pages; £11.95; ISBN: 978-1-903725-86-3   These sermons, though preached during or just after World War II, are relevant to our 21st century world divided by conflict and war. Each of the six sections consists of four or…

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Review – Walking as he walked

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November 2007
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Review – Walking as he walked

Walking as he walked Joel Beeke Reformation Heritage Books & Bryntirion Press 134 pages; £6.95 ISBN: 978-1-60178-010-2 Joel Beeke, a minister in Grand Rapids, USA, gave four messages on 'Walking as he walked' (1 John 2:6) at the Evangelical Movement of Wales annual conference at Aberystwyth in August 2006. This book consists of these…

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Praying for revival – Stan K. Evers

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July 2007
Articles > Biblical/theological

Praying for revival – Stan K. Evers

Praying for revival by Stan K. Evers Why are we not experiencing revival in the 21st century? The question was prompted in my mind when I was preparing a lecture on John Berridge, a friend of the 18th century evangelists George Whitefield and John Wesley. By revival, I mean an extraordinary sense of God's…

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Jabez – a man of prayer

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October 2004
Articles > Biblical/theological

Jabez – a man of prayer

Tucked away in a neglected book of the Bible are three references to a man named Jabez — who lived some time before the Israelites entered the Promised Land. Just two verses, in a chapter full of names, record all that is known about Jabez, but what we are told is both interesting and…

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Baptised by the Spirit

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January 2004
Articles > Biblical/theological

Baptised by the Spirit

There are different views concerning baptism in the Spirit, even among Reformed Christians. Some see this baptism as synonymous with conversion, while others interpret the baptism in the Spirit as a subsequent experience, giving assurance of salvation and power for service.The key text in this debate is 1 Corinthians 12:13: 'For by one Spirit…

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Come

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June 2003
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Come

'Come, all you who are thirsty, come to the waters; and you who have no money, come, buy and eat! Come, buy wine and milk without money and without cost ... Give ear and come to me; hear me, that your soul may live' (Isaiah 55:1-3).Five times in three verses God says, 'Come'. We…

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The gospel in Eden

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May 2003
Articles > Biblical/theological

The gospel in Eden

One bite of fruit taken from a tree in the garden seemed harmless enough. So Eve thought. However, one bite plunged the perfect world into chaos. One bite unleashed the disease of sin, which soon led to the first murder.Every child since Cain and Abel is born with a bias to sin. We all…

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