Peter continues the series looking at the first letter of the Apostle Peter. How the Apostle Peter has changed from a rough, impulsive fisherman to the wise leader he became - such is the transforming work of Christ.
In this Easter season, we have a series of readings following the teaching of the Apostle Peter. Have you ever wondered what Jesus explained to the Apostles after the Resurrection? We don't have to wonder because they preached it - they wrote it down for us! In today's readings we hear Peter preaching and read his encouragement to the early church about the impact of the resurrection which gives hope, inheritance, a shield and joy!
A prophetic word was given in the service. This is transcribed under the video below.
Prophetic Word brought by Helen Hardcastle. 16th April 2023 10am service.
Position in the video 1:04:56
“Trust in me with confidence. There are other things you have put your confidence in and they have failed, but I will never fail. You may trust me because I went to the uttermost to save you, I went to the depths so that you can go to the heights; I went to great lengths to come to you, to collect you, not to leave you, not to abandon you as orphans, not to leave you to the fate to which you were headed, but I come that you may have life and have it to the full. So stop looking at your life as it is right now and look to me. Look to me for the hope that I have for you. It is the solid and sure and certain hope.”
It is rightly with awe that we contemplate the events of Good Friday through to the resurrection on Easter Sunday. Join us in wonder and joy as we give thanks for the resurrection!
Follow the Palm Sunday here. Jesus kept quiet about who he was and he walked everywhere. But this day was different - he rode into Jerusalem and his actions spoke louder than words, declaring who he is. Join us as we worship, learn and hear the prophetic word Torgen brought during the service. It is written out below the video.
Prophecy brought by Torben Sorensen
Behold the man who knows me, the man who walks with me, the man whose hand is in mine - he has the answer to life. In him is the gift of life and he is the man for whom the world is looking. Bring life to the world, bring life while you know me, bring life while your hand is in mine. I have called you, you are mine, you are mine to serve. Serve the man who does not know me; seek the man who does not know me. Reach out; reach out with love; reach out; reach out and do not condemn; reach out and draw him in; draw him into my love that that which you have from me might be given to him to have fellowship.
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