Category A View From Dawlish

Here are some short devotionals or “thought for the days” that are emailed out with our notice sheets most weeks. They are titled, “A View From Dawlish”. We hope that you will be blessed by them and find them useful in your walk with God.

21st October

As we know the bible is divided into two distinct sections, the Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament was predominantly a history of the Jewish nation and written in the Hebrew language, while the New Testament was written in… Continue Reading →

14th October

I am sure that most people have heard of the story about the time when Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson went camping. Sherlock woke in the middle of the night and looked up into the night sky. He woke his… Continue Reading →

7th October

Over the past couple of weeks I have had the opportunity to drive on many different types of roads. I am sure you are all familiar with Devonshire country lanes. They are narrow, constricting and give no latitude in the… Continue Reading →

30th September

In Romans 12 we read about different ‘spiritual’ gifts for unity in the body of Christ, and blessing of others inside & outside the church. Romans 12: 6-13. (CEV) God has also given each of us different gifts to use…. Continue Reading →

23rd September

Living differently How should we live in relation to the gospel? What can we learn from Jesus in the way he lived? How does the good news of Jesus impact on ourselves and how do we impact on others? Some… Continue Reading →

16th September

Resurrection1 Corinthians 15 is a part of Paul’s writing where he lays out, in a logical way, the implications for our faith of the resurrection of Jesus. The basis of our faith is that Jesus was punished for what we… Continue Reading →

9th September

Last week we looked at Jesus as he reveals the character of God to us. He also shows us how things should be, and how we should act. Jesus came to this world to redeem the world. To make it… Continue Reading →

2nd September

In Mark 6 Jesus had told the disciples to go ahead of him across the lake to Bethesda. While Jesus did what he so often did and went up a mountainside to pray. This he did for the majority of… Continue Reading →

22nd July

Friendships old and new. This week we had the pleasure of welcoming some old friends to our house, and spending some time with them remembering past times, when we attended the same church. We had not seen them for over… Continue Reading →

15th July

I am writing this on Monday 12th July 2021. Last evening the thousands of people were in London to see eleven men kick a bag of wind from one end of a small field to the other, while another eleven… Continue Reading →

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