Pilgrims under Pressure

Posted : Wed, Oct 12, 2016 | In : Pilgrim Bible Notes

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Pilgrims under PressureChristians are facing greater pressure in the western world than for over 300 years There are perils coming from outside the church – persecution, militant atheism and mockery of our precious faith. There are also perils from within – false teaching, worldliness, and discouragement.

All these circumstances arise in the books that we are covering. The readings have been selected to encourage Christians like ourselves living in difficult times.

There is also the evangelistic challenge to any readers who are not yet believers. I have carefully selected daily Bible readings covering 366 days. Some of those who you will meet in these readings also faced hostility and persecution and triumphed in them.

Pilgrim Commentaries

Posted : Wed, Oct 12, 2016 | In : Pilgrim Bible Notes

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Pilgrim CommentariesThe first Pilgrim Bible Commentaries are now available to order:

  • Genesis – 90 pages £3 per copy
  • Exodus – 92 pages £3 per copy
  • Luke – 122 pages £4 per copy
  • Acts – 96 pages £3 per copy

Postage is extra on all of these books contact Alec Taylor pilgrim@ggoj.org.uk for more details and to order.

These commentaries are not available to download.

2016: Waiting & Working for Christ’s Return

Posted : Fri, Jun 10, 2016 | In : 2016: Waiting & Working for Christ's Return

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GGOJ 2016This year the conference will be held on:

Saturday 8th October
at
The Emmaus Church Centre, Warrington

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2016 Conference leaflet (PDF)

 

 

 

2015: Conference Review

Posted : Thu, Dec 10, 2015 | In : 2015: Preparing for persecution

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SpeakersPreparing for Persecution was the title for the sixteenth annual ‘God’s Glory: Our Joy’ Conference, held in Warrington on 10th October. The subject is rapidly becoming more relevant, and this was certainly demonstrated during the day. Persecution is far worse for many believers in other countries, but we shut our eyes to what is happening in the UK at our peril. All Christians need to be aware of the perils which evangelical believers are increasingly facing in the UK today. It is impossible here to give a sense of the unusual quality and depth of the teaching we received. God was speaking to his people. This teaching needs to be heard by all believers.