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Mars Hill Church Teignmouth

The bible calls for people to repent (Change mind and direction, not just at conversion but at other points in life I have been looking for real experiences of repentance, faith and Salvation and I believe 2020 is going to be about us experiencing this happen. About a sharpening of vision and therefore lives as God moves in his church.

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Jesus Comes As A Promise

| 10th December 2019 | Religion & Spirituality

PLEASE NOTE:  There is some static on the audio. God is not a man that he should lie, which means we can trust in him because he is always faithful to who he is. If God promises something he will see it through, it might take longer than we think and may even work out differently from what we expected, but God is always faithful to His promises. This was shown in the praise of Jesus given hundreds of years before he came, but he still came and fulfilled all the promises about himself....

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| 13th November 2019 | Religion & Spirituality

Spiritual Warfare is one of those areas that Christians often talk about but few fully understand. Many have heard about, but few engage with. For some it’s about screaming at the devil and rebuking everything that goes bump in the night. For others; Satan doesn’t exist so its not an issue. For many though it just doesn’t feature on our radar - we lead our lives through the situations we face and the decisions we make. We are naturally bound and the spiritual doesn’t feature from day to day. Yet the bible gives us a different picture - there is the physical and there is the natural and both exist in conjugation with each other, and the Spiritual although not seen with our physical eyes is more real than the natural. So we need to be a people who understand the Spiritual realm and how we are to wage war....

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