Lectio 365

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We can always pray and read God’s word more, right? I do love listening to different Gateway people reading the Bible and praying each day on our app (also on the website). And I’ve also just started using Lectio 365 from the 24-7 prayer crew. There’s a morning and evening devotional that you can read […]

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3 S’s for today

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As well as our New Testament readings, I read some of the Old Testament and Psalms/Proverbs to go through the Bible in a Year. Psalm 62:1-2 was such a blessing this morning! Three S’s pop out Soul rest In the midst of everything going on in our lives – even fears and anxieties, our souls […]

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Bless our NHS

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I was so chuffed with the response to our Bless our NHS campaign – we got enough to make up 150 packs with a £10 Costa card, Boost chocolate bar and a personalised note in each on. 51 of them are getting delivered to nurses and docs connected to The Gateway and King Centre over […]

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Check your gauges

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Sometimes we need to press pause and check how we are doing. Check our gauges to make sure we are firing on all cylinders! Just so blessed by reading Dane Ortlund’s Gentle and Lowly – it was like balm for the soul last autumn. The book is centred on Christ’s words in Matt 11:28-30 In […]

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Mustard seeds and massive impact

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Since I heard Nicky Gumbel’s comment on the parable of the sower that minimum fruit is 30x, I’ve been stirred to pay that we all get to bear that minimum fruit! That would be revival. In yesterday’s reading in Mark 5 a man with a lot of demons gets sets free. He asks Jesus if […]

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7 Steps to overcoming depression

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During the lockdowns of the last nearly 12 months, the BMJ reported that 64% of people were experiencing some of the symptoms of depression. Depression is described by Selwyn Hughes as a mood swing in which a person is cast into varying degrees of sadness, melancholy and hopelessness. It can be utter hopelessness, despondency, self-disgust, […]

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5 phases of Quiet Times

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Introduction When embarking on a journey the best time to get directions is before you begin! That for me is a great stir to spend time with the Lord first thing in the morning. It sets up with the day. It tunes us in to God – the challenge is to stay tuned in!It’s how […]

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