Church Alarmed ≠ Church Terrified

“As I look back upon my course, I seem to myself as one who, ascending the dark staircase of a church tower and trying to steady himself, reached for the banister, but got hold of the bell rope instead. To his horror he had then to listen to what the great bell had soundedover him and not over him alone.”Karl Barth.

Hello!

**This podcast is longer than usual because it is an edited morning of teaching from two sessions**

Welcome to Into the Pray and our weekly Bible teaching session. (There are 46 previous “City of Temples” sessions to catch up with from 1 Corinthians).

Today we were due to be continuing our study in 1 Corinthians chapter 14 but Nick was speaking at an event yesterday and didn’t have time to prepare two sessions. 

Being alarmed is not equal to be terrified.

What you’re about to hear is his edited morning of teaching from Luke 21 about the need for the Church to be alarmed (not merely alert), to lift up our heads in prayer and see our Redemption drawing near.

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Come, Lord Jesus!

Love,

Nick & Mairi xx

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