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GITC With Richard Willett

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Glitch In The Code is a weekly podcast hosted by content creator, BA Honours documentary filmmaker and researcher Richard Willett. GITC is about opening up your world view to fracture a glitch in the code of the matrix so you are able to see the world beyond the vail that was draped over us from the day we were born. You can find the video versions of this show on ickonic.com and Bitchute. You can find the entire back catalogue and older episodes not on Spotify by searching 'Glitch In The Co ...
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What can Liberal Conservatism do for you? The Seventy-Sixth Mile End Group event was given by David Willetts MP on the nature of Liberal Conservatism. David Linsay Willetts (born 9 March 1956) is a British Conservative Party politician and the Minister of State for Universities and Science. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) representing the constituency of Havant in Hampshire. This memorial lecture is a tribute to the life and work of John Ramsden, an eminent historian, politician and memb ...
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It is no easy task to be an elder in the church of Jesus. The church is not another club or organisation, it alone in all the world is the body of Christ, His bride for whom He is very jealous. He loves us dearly, warts and all. In the life of Moses we see how great the love of God is for His people, a love to be reflected in the love, compassion, …
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Prayer is a central part of the Christian life. So why is it so hard? We know the Lord’s Prayer. We sometimes pray around the dinner table or when we need him. But is this enough? This Sunday, we will look at the end of Ephesians - following on from the previous verses on the Armour of God. Here, Paul gives us his explanation of why we should pray;…
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It seems that we’ve had a good number of sermons this year on personal afflictions & suffering. Last Sunday we had John’s encouraging sermon from Hannah & the “pouring out of her heart” regarding her childlessness - a major affliction in her days & still today. It’s such a regular part of all our lives - grief, pain, anxiety in all forms. Do you st…
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Life can be great and most of us would know fun times, wonderful experiences and fantastic holidays. But it’s not always like that. At times there are tears in our eyes and we are left wondering, “why is this happening?” or “how long can this go on?”. It begs the question: Who of us gets through life without tears? What do you do then? Tough it out…
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As it is still early in the new year, wisdom says that it is good to revisit regular aspects of our Christian life to know that we are not slipping in our devotion to our great Saviour. One vital & regular aspect is TEMPTATION - Ah! Yes! The dreaded word. Dreaded largely because we fail miserably in dealing with the temptations of our sinful hearts…
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The armour of God is a very well known passage in Scripture. But what is it all about? What does it mean for us to put on God’s armour? And why do we need to do this? This Sunday, we will explore what Paul has to say about the spiritual war that rages in our world today and how we can best stand as soldiers for Jesus.…
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Rebuilding is no easy task. It's hard enough to start a project and see it through to completion the first time around, so to have to do it all over again can feel like a waste of time. In the Bible, we see on numerous occasions that this isn't just true of physical buildings either. In fact, buildings seem to represent our own lives, and our relat…
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It’s that time of the year again. The world seems to get obsessed with their new resolutions for the New Year. Maybe they want to lose weight; drink less; make new friends; or learn a new skill. Whatever it is, most of the time, they’ve given up by the time February rolls by! In today’s service, we will take a look at Paul’s letter to the Philippia…
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There's something about darkness that just seems wrong. Whether literal or metaphorical, darkness hides and conceals all kinds of threats to our lives - physical, mental, and, above all, spiritual. The problem, though, is that the more we look at the world around us, and the more we look at our own lives, the more darkness we seem to find; things w…
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It's hard to escape all the lights around us at this time of year - it's Christmas, after all - but there is one light who stands above all others, who we'll be considering over a short Christmas series for the next couple of weeks. This week, we'll be thinking about what the apostle John means when he calls Jesus 'the light of life for all mankind…
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We know the world needs to hear the gospel, but how do we get involved? Romans 10 gives us a logical process of how people are able to call on the name of the Lord and be saved, and it begins with people being sent to preach the good news. Isaiah 52:7 and Romans 10:15 tell us that beautiful feet bring good news. Let us think about our own feet, wha…
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What do we think of the kings we read in 1 & 2 Kings? In my experience, we use the same summaries we were taught at Kids@Church: this king was good; that one was bad. This one was wise; that one was fat…and so forth. In 1 Kings 12, we learn about the kings that split Israel into two. On first reading, we might say they are just ‘bad kings’, but per…
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The world is a REALLY SCARY place at the moment. The war in Ukraine with Putin’s threats of nuclear war was unsettling enough. Now Israel is in a all out war with Hamas in the Gaza strip and at any time this could engulf the entire Middle East… then who knows what China might do with Taiwan? For some, these foreboding events and threats are enough …
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Picture this: As Mum's birthday approaches, anticipation fills the air, and the kids, determined to make this year truly special, forgo the usual gimmicks. A spirited debate ensues among them, each vying to contribute the perfect idea. Sensing the escalating tension, they converge on Mum's bed one morning, collectively seeking her birthday wish. Wi…
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Sermon Description: Can we be assured that when all is said and done, God will welcome us into his Kingdom for eternity? It’s a critical question – not just for Christians but for all people. As we look at the Apostle Paul’s comment about his own future and the confidence with which he speaks about it in 2 Timothy 4, we see that biblical assurance …
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In Proverbs 8, we have Lady Wisdom calling out to all mankind to listen to her and follow her instructions. She calls us to choose her over gold and silver. Riches and wealth do not guarantee that we will flourish in God’s world. It is only through wisdom that we can flourish because wisdom teaches us how to do that in this world that God has made.…
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When reading through the Biblical minor prophets, there are a number of themes and phrases that keep appearing, such as sin and judgement, repentance and mercy, restoration and hope, all of which are connected with 'the day of the Lord'. As it so happens, that phrase and these themes all feature prominently in Zephaniah, which makes it a great book…
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The late Reverend Tim Keller wrote that most visitors to his church [in New York] would say that “they know there are many great stories and sayings in the Bible, but today you can’t take it literally. What they mean is that the Bible is not entirely trustworthy because some parts – maybe many or most parts – are scientifically impossible, historic…
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Psalms 42 and 43 could be described as Psalms of the Struggler. They describe the experience of someone who longs for God on the one hand, but who is honest enough to admit that they don’t feel God's presence. Someone who isn’t experiencing God’s love, although they long to. And, someone who doesn’t want things to stay this way. They desire things …
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We all make promises in our lives - promises to do certain things, to behave a certain way, or to be certain places. And Psalm 132 is full of promises - promises keep, promises broken and promises ignored. But above all, Psalm 132 is about the best promise of all - God’s promise to us of a Saviour, Jesus Christ.…
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The epistle of James is concerned with living faith. A Faith that has come as the result of our new birth through the word of Truth (1:18). This word, that has given us new birth, is to govern the whole Christian life - James says we are to “humbly accept the word planted in you” and to “do what it says”. James spends much of his letter unpacking w…
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Have you ever noticed how the Christian life is the antithesis of what Society says? This morning we are confronted with God’s view of “happiness” contrasted with the world’s view. Indeed everyone wants to be “happy!” The media is always advising us of the steps to be at peace with ourselves; winning lotto, holidays - whether cruises, tours or just…
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We all want to live a good life; a life of peace and security, of comfort and prosperity, of life's pleasures, of relationship and community. Even if we don't expect to have all these things, we still desire them, because we recognise that they are good. But where do we turn to receive them? Where does the good life come from? In this passage from …
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Australia is a wealthy nation & Australians are rich people by the world’s standards. James is writing to poor refugee Christians - the contrast could hardly be stronger! So is this passage of God’s Word unnecessary for us to give attention? Definitely not! There is great danger for rich Christians in this world which sets its goal of earthly happi…
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In Psalm 33 we’re challenged to consider our picture of God and to ask whether it’s really big enough! In the Psalm we’re called to praise God for his power and his majesty, to remember that he is an all-powerful, all-seeing God who rules over all things. But we’re reminded that even though God is so big and so powerful he is still a God who watche…
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God has done great things for us through Christ. Despite our sinfulness, he has chosen to send Christ as a propitiation for our sins, so that we are justified by faith alone in Christ alone. This God is for us! This means that there is no one that can condemn us before God because he himself has declared us righteous through the atonement of Christ…
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When turning to the book of Revelation how confusing do you find it? Do you know it is not meant to perplex us, but rather be a blessing by which as God's people on earth, facing overwhelming threats, we have COURAGE to go on an do the work Christ has commissioned us to do. So as we now turn to Revelation 4, we are taken up into Heaven to see God o…
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The psalmist calls the people of God to trust in God instead of idols. Idols promise much but cannot deliver. The God of the Bible, on the other hand, delivers what the idols cannot. Therefore, we trust in God because he is our help and shield, and will bless us. The greatest blessing that God has poured out for us is secured in Christ. Therefore, …
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This Sunday we spend our time at the feet of the apostle John, listening and seeking to understand his account of the life of the Lord Jesus Christ. This was the third sermon from chapter 6 – the first of which focused on Jesus being the true bread, the second on Jesus being in the boat. In both studies we considered the miracles of Jesus feeding t…
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God is light! When we encounter God, we are exposed to His glorious light, and as believers, we're called to walk in that light. But, In the first chapter of 1 John, the apostle drops a warning about those who claim to be in the light but are actually walking in darkness. Why would anyone claim to be in the light while still walking in darkness? An…
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Do you ever feel abandoned by God? In the early part of Exodus, God delivers Israel with a mighty hand. The people saw the ten plagues in Egypt, and they were miraculously delivered through the Red Sea in Exodus 14. But already in chapters 15-17 they start grumbling and by the end of chapter 17 they ask the question “Is the Lord among us or not?". …
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How healthy is our church community when it is measured independently by the Lord Himself? Perhaps we would open such a letter with trembling fingers knowing there is nothing Jesus does not know. He sees right through us and from Him nothing can be hidden. Perhaps we may have a view of ourselves as a congregation that has us opening such a letter w…
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I’ve always been fascinated & encouraged with the U.S. dime with its bold statement of faith - IN GOD WE TRUST!Wow! A confessional nation! It’s straight out of the Bible! What a great testimony! A nation whose leaders place their trust & hope in Almighty God! Surely it will be blessed & enabled to face its challenges with peace & calmness! That is …
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It's as if God knew that unbelieving Man would do everything he could to disprove the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. Hence He gave us four accounts of it through the eyes of four different characters - Matthew, Mark, Luke & John. We note the variations in their accounts but all are in accord with the astonishing fact - that Jesus had risen fr…
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The world’s major religions all have a symbol which sets them apart from the others. Buddhists have the lotus flower, Jews the Star of David and Muslims the crescent. But why do Christians have the cross? It hardly seems fitting. A cross was the most terrible and painful means of capital punishment ever devised. No Roman citizen could be crucified.…
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Palm Sunday presents the account of Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey. However, we don’t just use this passage because this event actually occurred a week before His death and resurrection…nor is it because of all the palm leaves! It serves as a timely reminder to reflect and ponder the question: Who is this Messiah, Jesus? Is He a nice guy who …
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They are questions that require an answer. For many people the idea that God is a God of love does not make sense when they see so much suffering in the world. Why did He allow the fifty thousand plus people to Perish in Syria and Turkey with the recent earthquake and now flooding? Why doesn’t He do something about Ukraine? Why do little kids die?”…
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Some of you may have read the book or seen the film “The Getting of Wisdom.” Briefly it relates the story of a young girl from a sheltered background, attending a private girls’ school and learning about life - that is, “Getting Wisdom.” To the author, learning how to live in an often hostile world was important. For Christians, it is a similar sto…
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