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Intended for children 11 to 14 years old, The Story of the Middle Ages relates a little known period of history in an interesting and entertaining way. The author terms the Middle Ages as that period in the history of Europe between the fifth and fifteenth centuries. Its beginning is marked by the decline and fall of the mighty Roman Empire and its end is generally thought to be the dawn of the Renaissance or the Age of Discovery. The Middle Ages are also divided by historians into the Early ...
 
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Wrapping up our series, Bruce goes through the final line in the Lord’s Prayer “For yours is the kingdom, the power, and the glory forever and ever. Amen.” and encourages us to live the Amen.โดย The Village Church, NZ
 
This is our final episode of UNHURRY. We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this evening meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
Brennon covered the next line in the Lord’s Prayer “and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.” He pointed out three things: Expect tests Process tests through the love of Our Father Remember, the real enemy is Evilโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this evening meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
“as we forgive those who sin against us.” Bruce talks about our need to embrace both Being Forgiven and Being Forgiving so we can live healed and shine the light for others.โดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
As we reach the end of a contentious election season, we must continue to pray for our leaders and get back to the most important work there is: making disciples of Jesus Christ. Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/477191299โดย The Village Church
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this evening meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
Continuing on with our series looking at the next line in the Lord's Prayer, "Forgive us our debts", Brennon fleshes out that God wants us to be honest about our sin and not displace the cost and impact it has.โดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this morning meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
We are in no rush, so please make sure you’re somewhere comfortable, where you won’t be distracted, and settle in to make this evening meditation your own. Music credit: Adam Kimpton, Rivers & Robotsโดย The Village Church, NZ
 
This sermon we finish the story of Moses by looking at what the hope of eternal life means in a world that always ends in death. We look to the hope of resurrection instead of trying to extend our existence by other means.
 
For the month of November, a few times a week, our podcast will have some extra episodes added which we are calling on “Unhurry” The name says it all. These short episodes will simply be a scripture reading, and a prayer to help us slow down a little and order our days around God rather [...]โดย The Village Church, NZ
 
Jesus is teaching us to fight off entitlement and expectation, and we fight it off by asking God to provide our bread for today, even though we know he will already provide it.โดย The Village Church, NZ
 
Brennon highlights two risks when we approach God in prayer, to get to this petition too early, consumed with worry for physical needs. Or coming to this request too late, having forgotten we are dependant on God for everything we have.โดย The Village Church, NZ
 
This week we see God’s humble love directed towards Moses and the Israelites as the God of the universe is willing to bend his will to Moses’ will. Not that God is forced or coerced, but freely chooses to do this out of love.
 
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