This is a talk given at Jubilee Community Church, Cape Town, South Africa
If you are a pastor/teacher I am sure you are continually aiming to enlarge your library of helpful commentaries. One that I am currently working through with the greatest of enjoyment is James Edwards’ commentary on the Gospel of Mark.
Robin Parry particularly highlights our lack of Trinitarian worship in that he discovers that our focus is often narrow, self-centred and perhaps lacking the kind of depth that many traditional hymns have formerly provided.
This excellent book provides eye-opening background to Jewish, Greek and Roman slavery and provides strong arguments for our re-thinking the word ‘servant’ in most modern Bibles where the word ‘slave’ should be used.
Jesus left the Sea of Galilee behind him as he went up the mountain (Matt. 15:29). The story tells us that large crowds came to him and brought with them the lame, the crippled, the blind, the mute and many […]
This is part 1 of 3 messages recorded at the Vineyard UK Leaders’ Conference in January 2007