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A Clue

Readings for Easter Sunday

Acts 10.34-43, Colossians 3.1-4; and Matthew 28.1-10


Thursday 20 April

It was all very well for Peter and the other disciples. They lived in a world where most  people believed in God and were happy to talk about religion. Today most people haven’t got a clue about who Jesus was or what he is supposed to have done. Where do we even start? Well, we all have a story to tell and experiences to share – about what we did at the weekend or what we have been reading lately. Peter says that God “has commanded us to preach to the people” – we may not be so sure about that but can we not find ways to talk to others about what our faith means to us and could mean to them?

Question: In a world where people are reluctant to listen to experts and are suspicious of authority, how can we play our part to help  others discover what we have found in Jesus Christ?

 Prayer: Lord, help me to share with someone today a little of who you are and what you have done for me.


The Promise

Sunday 7 February

The promise of God, able and willing to make a difference. That is a theme I am looking for today and will comment upon in the next few days.

We have seven individuals being confirmed in St. Peter’s by the Bishop of Huddersfield.

Today is not about finished packages of perfection, but about a promise of Jesus, being named and recognised, he will be a part of their lives continuing.

The promise!