TDR: 31 March (Psalm 91:15)

‘I will be with him in trouble’ (Psalm 91:15) Sin is the parent of trouble; all sorrow originated in departing from God. It is generally occasioned by transgression, or sent as a preventative to a greater evil; it may be occasioned by good, for saints are sometimes persecuted for righteousness’ sake. It is intended...

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TDR: 30 March (Deuteronomy 33:3)

‘Surely he loved the people’ (Deuteronomy 33:3) Remember what the people whom God loved were like? – Poor, oppressed, rebellious, stiff-necked, hard-hearted, unworthy creatures. Similarly, such are His people by nature now. Such are we. Yet God loves us; pities us; and distinguishes us from others around. He spared not his own Son, but...

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TDR: 29 March (Isaiah 2:22)

‘Stop trusting in man’ (Isaiah 2:22) Never trust other men or women, for their heart is deceitful; never expect from them, for they are empty cisterns; never follow them, for they are false guides. Cursed be the one who trusts in man, and makes flesh their arm, and whose heart departs from the Lord....

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TDR: 28 March (Isaiah 44:5)

‘I belong to the LORD’ (Isaiah 44:5) Not only because He has chosen me, in Jesus His beloved Son; nor merely because I am redeemed from among all people, by the precious blood of Immanuel; but also because I have surrendered myself up into the Lord’s hands, with all I have and am, to...

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TDR: 27 March (John 16:24)

‘Ask and you shall receive’ (John 16:24) These are the words of Jesus. He addresses them to us this morning. They suppose want, and inability to supply ourselves. They intimate that provision is made and may be obtained. They invite us to ask with confidence, assuring us that we shall receive. Jesus has a...

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Easter People at Cambray!

Easter People at Cambray Easter 2015, and once again we meet together to remember the pivotal events in the life of Jesus that first Easter weekend. Along with Christians around the world, we will commemorate and celebrate the anniversary of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The events that first Easter are rooted...

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TDR: 26 March (Isaiah 40:29)

‘He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak’ (Isaiah 40:29) The Lord’s people often feel faint, being burdened with a body of sin and death, pursued and assaulted by Satan, tried and hindered by the world; but although weary and weak they continue to persevere. Waiting on the Lord...

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Cambray Away Day 2015

The Cambray Away Day at Gorsley Baptist Church with guest speaker Ian Steakhouse from Guildford Baptist Church. The day starts from 9:30am with tea, coffee and pastries before we enjoy a day of worship, bible study and fellowship as a church family. Lunch and pudding is available at a cost of £5 per person....

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Easter 2015

Come and join us this Easter! Download a pdf of our 2015 Easter Flyer. Maundy Thursday Communion Service 7.30pm The Last Words of Jesus from the Cross (part 1) Good Friday Service 10.30am The Last Words of Jesus from the Cross (part 2) Experience Easter at our Easter Sunday Services 10.30am The First Words...

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TDR: 25 March (Matthew 14:18)

‘Bring them here to Me’ (Matthew 14:18) Our compassionate Lord Jesus was surrounded by a starving, fainting multitude; His disciples had only five small loaves, and two little fish, and yet He had requested them to feed the crowd. The commands of Jesus are often intended to try our faith, and bring us as...

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TDR: 24 March (Luke 7:48)

‘Your sins are forgiven’ (Luke 7:48) Whose sins? Yours, if you believe in Jesus. The prophet’s witness is that through His name WHOSOEVER believes in Him will receive the forgiveness of sins. If we confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive all our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness....

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TDR: 23 March (Luke 8:23)

‘Where is your faith?’ (Luke 8:23) The disciples were in a storm, surrounded by danger and filled with fear; they apply to Jesus – this was correct. They doubt His care, they question His love, and cry “we are going to drown” – this was wrong. Jesus demands, “WHERE IS YOUR FAITH?” May He...

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TDR: 22 March (2 Peter 1:4)

‘Precious Promises’ (2 Peter 1:4) The promises of Scripture are the promises of our great God; they are all of free grace; they are confirmed by the blood of Jesus; and are exceedingly great and very precious. They are so plain that a child can understand them; and so great that no angel could...

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TDR: 21 March (Matthew 11:28)

‘I will give you rest’ (Matthew 11:28) There is no rest for the Christian in the world. There will always be something to disturb, perplex or distress us: it is an enemy’s land. But Jesus says: “I will give you rest.” He does so by enabling us to rely on His word, to recognise...

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TDR: 20 March (Luke 24:34)

‘The Lord is risen’ (Luke 24:34) Jesus died once for our sins, and He rose for our justification. He lay in the grave as our substitute, He rose as our representative. He died that we might live. He lives, and we shall live through Him and with Him forever. He is risen, having conquered...

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TDR: 19 March (Psalm 30:5)

‘In His favour is life’ (Psalm 30:5) That is, in the favour of God in Christ. If He has favour towards us, all will be well; And He has! As a proof of His favour He gave Jesus for us, and to us; He sent the Holy Spirit to quicken, teach and sanctify us....

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TDR: 18 March (Matthew 15:23)

‘But Jesus did not answer her’ (Matthew 15:23) Delays are not denials. Jesus delayed to answer, but He did not deny her request. He had said, “Ask, and it shall be given you. I will do whatever you ask in my name”. Heaven and earth may pass away, but His word must stand forever....

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TDR: 17 March (1 Timothy 3:16)

‘God was manifest in the flesh’ (1 Timothy 3:16) The manifestation of God is in the person and work of Christ, and we are therefore to learn what our God is, and what we may expect Him to do for us. What Jesus was to those about Him, such is God Almighty; what Jesus...

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