Christ our King
As we move towards the end of the liturgical year, the lectionary helps us to consider our faith in Jesus Christ with an eye to the future.
As we look at passages from the letter to the Hebrews and from the book of Revelation, we consider Jesus Christ as the King of God’s Kingdom.
Also in this time we will remember loved ones, as well as join with the national commemoration of the end of World War 1 on Remembrance Sunday.
In our sermons over the next few weeks we will study the below passages together, but why not take the opportunity to read them all before time.
7 October: Joel 2.21 – 27
14 October: Hebrews 4.12 – 16
21 October: Hebrews 5.1 – 10
21 October: 2 Timothy 3.14 – 4.5
4 November: Revelation 21.1 – 6
11 November: Romans 8.31 – 39
18 November: Hebrews 10.11 – 25
25 November: Revelation 1.4b – 8
As we study together over the next 8 weeks, we are reminded that Christ is our King. Let us pray that as we read, God will reveal the Majesty of His Son to us as a Church and as individuals.
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