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Lynda Rose

A good day for Deliverance – APRIL 25

DATE : April 20, 2020 AUTHOR :

WATCH THE LIVE STREAM for this event. The link will be posted HERE late Friday 24th / Early Saturday 25th VfJUK calls for repentance and prayer  In 590 AD, Rome was suffering from a terrible plague that killed off vast swathes of the population.    Amongst the first to die was the Pope.    He was immediately replaced, by [...]
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God is NOT Father Christmas

DATE : April 20, 2020 AUTHOR :

“What’s happening proves there’s not a God.”  This was a comment left in reply to one of VfJUK’s recent postings on Facebook.  The assertion, when I read it, struck me as both strange and misguided.  First, it implies that if God exists He would only ever allow things that we enjoy.  Yet at a very basic level this is nonsense.  For example, […]

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In the darkness, a ray of light – but let’s pray it’s not a false dawn

DATE : April 15, 2020 AUTHOR :

On Easter Sunday, which some might regard as auspicious, the Birmingham Mail carried a report that Warwickshire County Council has dropped All About Me – a highly controversial sex education programme for primary schools that has been criticised for its explicit teaching on sexuality, masturbation and pornography, together with its promotion of gender fluidity (https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/council-axes-controversial-sex-programme-18081206 […]

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In the shelter of the Most High

DATE : April 14, 2020 AUTHOR :

According to media reports, 15% are finding the nation’s lockdown extremely difficult.  For those isolated in a confined space – whether alone or jam-packed with family – and with no garden, that’s hardly to be wondered at.  But one suspects that everyone, even those with large houses and gardens, are finding the time challenging, separated as we […]

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Carpe diem – seize this day

DATE : April 13, 2020 AUTHOR :

In the midst of the crisis, what lessons can we learn?  None (or at least very few) of us are immune to the risk of infection, of course and, for Christians, perhaps the most basic need is to learn trust in God.  But I would venture to go further.  In this time of enforced isolation, which could easily […]

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