Newsletter 129 Autumn 2018

“Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear. For our God is a consuming fire.” Hebrews 12: 28 – 29.

Later in this issue of Trumpet Sounds I report on the response to my request to hear from readers about their experience of church, either being in or out of a church. I also make a few comments on my own church survey. Before that I have included with this edition of Trumpet Sounds the following two supplements:

Georgi Vins

The first supplement is a powerful and moving testimony taken from Georgi Vins book ‘The Gospel in Bonds’. Georgi spent many years in Soviet prisons because he would not renounce his faith in Christ. The testimony is a reminder that especially in the darkest hours our Lord will be right beside us and use it for His purposes. To read the click here Supplement

Wartime Miracles

When I first heard of this leaflet I didn’t think much about it. I thought that most Christians knew these things. It now seems that many do not. We need to be reminded of God’s mercy to this nation in the past so that in these critical days we turn to God and seek once again His mercy.

The author Rev. John Willans prays that this leaflet will be used by the Lord to stir us all up to intercede more urgently for our nation. We are facing tumultuous times. But in tumultuous times past the Lord has heard the prayers of our nation and been merciful to us. To read the leaflet click here Wartime Miracles Leaflet

To read the author’s testimony regarding how he was led by the Lord to write the leaflet click here Call to Prayer – Godly infrastructure

In this edition

What ever happened to the church?

Christ in history

Church Survey

Do not take the name of Mohammad in vain

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