The 16th Century controversy which engulfed Germany and Martin Luther may seem far removed from the tranquility of Lough Erne in the 6th Century. Appearances, however, are deceiving. Although 1,000 years of history separates the two locations, there is a rich vein of truth that unites 16th Century Wittenberg with Ireland and Lough Erne inContinue reading “A LIVING DOG OR A DEAD LION: Reformation 500 Blogs Part 2”
If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
A series of articles celebrating most influential event in Western European History; occurring 500 years ago on 31st October 1517.
The Books of 1st and 2nd Kings sketch the key events in the history of the Jewish people from the final days of David’s reign to the beginning of the Babylonian exile
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“Where were you? Why were you not a friend to one of your children. Why did you stand back and allow this situation to take place?” We often sing Joseph Scriven’s words and quote them in prayer: “What a Friend we have in Jesus All our sins and…
The rise of the Kingdom and Monarchy in the Books of Samuel have much to teach us regarding the age old human problems of sin, rebellion and our need of redemption.