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A candlelit service of music and prayers, based on the liturgy used for centuries by monastic communities to end the day. It is both ancient and contemporary, with chant and newly-composed music sung by members of the Trinity Choir. =
 
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Revelation 19:17-21 April 11, 2021 Lord’s Day Worship Sean Higgins The sermon starts around 21:05 in the audio file. Series: Just Conquer #53 Introduction Is living by faith the easiest thing to do, or the most difficult? We are saved by faith alone; salvation is God’s work that we receive. The Father chose a people to save, the Son made the sacrif…
 
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PastorJames concludes our teaching series - 'Character' - looking at different characteristics of Jesus and how we can grow in them so that we become more like Him. This week, we finish by looking at Jesus' courage.We are TLC - a church based in Leicester, and you are welcome here.www.trinitylifechurch.org.uk…
 
In this episode I interact with an episode of the Church Grammar podcast by Baptist theologian Dr. Brandon Smith called “Did God Die on the Cross?“ Dr. Smith’s answer is: yes, “God” (i.e. the eternal, divine Son) did die on the cross. My answer is: no, it was not God but rather God’s human Son who died on the cross, and a fully divine Person can’t …
 
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