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Live - Bible Reading Week 2: Tim Chester - Tuesday 27 July - Keswick Convention 2021

Tim Chester leads the morning Bible reading "Exodus: A Portrait of God’s Faithfulness in Five Meals" from Exodus 16-17.

We’re going to look at five meals in the book of Exodus that together tell not simply the story of God’s liberation of the Israelites from slavery, but our story, our liberation and our future.

A Faithful Provider (Exodus 16-17): How can we find a life worth living – a life free of grumbles and gripes? We’ll find some clues in the provision of manna.

This session will be live streamed and available for catch up.

The theme of the 2021 Keswick Convention is Faithful.

The Convention is being held between the 17th July and 6th August in Keswick. You can also watch the events on our dedicated website or subscribe to the Keswick Convention YouTube Chanel. Watch either livestreamed or catch up.

The programme for each day (Mon – Fri) is:
08:45 AM - Prayer
09.30 AM - Seminars
11.15 AM - Bible reading
7.30 PM - Evening Service

The evening Youth event will also be livestreamed in week 3 (2-6 August). So too is the evening concert each week at 9.15 (wk1 Wed, wk2 Tue and wk3 Tue).

The Keswick Convention is organised by Keswick Ministries

The central vision of Keswick Ministries is to see the people of God refreshed, inspired and equipped to fulfil that calling, directed and guided by God’s Word in the power of his Spirit, for the glory of his Son. So that they Hear God’s Word, Become like God’s Son and Serve God’s mission.

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Matthew 7:1-5 - Can We Call Anything Wrong? - Jesmond Parish - Sermon

11 July '21 Jonathan Pryke - Oftentimes the voices of our culture and society are confused, contradictory and incohenrent. Can we say anything is wrong? Jonathan Pryke explains there is only one who can decide what is right and wrong.

Length: 17mins

Jesmond Parish Church is a large evangelical Anglican church in the heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. People of all ages and many nationalities attend, and many students find a home at JPC while in Newcastle upon Tyne. The Bible is at the centre of all we do, as we aim to know and serve Jesus Christ and to make him known, here and world-wide. Why not try any of our Sunday services to find out more about JPC – and about Jesus? For more info, how to find us and masses of other resources check out

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