Tag Archives: Salvation

Holy Interruptions – Worship @ Home Sunday, 30 May 2021

The Salvation Army, Prestonpans CorpsMajor Steven Turner Song: Holy, Holy, Holy Holy, holy, holy,Lord God Almighty!Early in the morning our song shall rise to thee;Holy, holy, holy, merciful and mighty,God in three persons, blessed Trinity! Holy, holy, holy; all the … Continue reading

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Don’t get caught napping!

Faithwriters.com challenge – 27 July 2017 – Advanced – Topic: Snooze When I got an alarm clock with a Snooze button, I thought I was in heaven! Years earlier, my wind-up alarm would ring at 6:30am, to wake me for … Continue reading

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The ultimate royal wedding

Pulpit view for Hawick News 29/04/11 By Captain Steven Turner (Published on the day of William and Catherine’s Wedding) Have you got your invitation? No, neither have I. Maybe it got lost in the post. Or perhaps there were so … Continue reading

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Put your head in God’s lap?

I was caused to think this morning of the Mercy Seat – both in the Tabernacle and in a Salvation Army Hall. The Jewish mercy seat was the space above the Cherubim, on the lid of Ark of the Covenant, … Continue reading

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God’s presence

Monday passed in a bit of a blur. General tiredness, exhaustion from ministry and an over long walk in the sun on Sunday afternoon left me rather dopey on Monday morning. The night before we heard Heidi Baker describe amazing … Continue reading

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Hope for the Hopeless

Thought for the month – November 2008 It’s been a favourite pastime of sports fans around the UK for most of my lifetime. A few famous victories cannot disguise the indifferent, poor and occasionally atrocious performances of the “home nations” … Continue reading

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The Rainbow and the Cross

(Thought for the month – March 2008) A couple of weeks ago I was driving back from Edinburgh. As I left Peebles, the rain began to fall. Driven by strong winds, it lashed the car, making driving difficult. Minutes later … Continue reading

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