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House Group Questions on John 2:1-11 (The wedding at Cana)
Abundant Life

Housegroup Questions on John 2:1-11 A few questions to help us unpack the lessons Duncan taught from the story of the wedding at Cana. Feel free just to choose the ones which seem relevant to the group. What does the story of the wedding in Cana teach someone who is prone to compartmentalise their life, with a ‘holy’ part for church, and an ‘everyday’ part for the rest of life? Duncan said that Mary knew from experience that Jesus was ‘a

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Here are the songs we sang this Sunday
Taste and See

You’re the word of God the Father Take us to the river You are my refuge (This is Stephen Hutchison's lovely hymn – I couldn't find it on Youtube) Were I to cross from land to land O perfect love, o perfect sacrifice Praise Him you heavens and all that’s above

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Ways of wisdom

Love this, spotted this morning in th church hall. How different our lives can be as we seek this wisdom moment by moment!

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A new start for Brian

Brian Irvine starts work tomorrow in Inverness with a charity called Community Integrated Care. He'll be undergoing training at the Spectrum Centre this week, after which he will be 'shadowing' another carer for several shifts. Then he'll be working on his own, supporting two people in Hilton. Brian we pray that God will bless you in this new project, and others through you.

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The Ewing Family’s Big Year
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Simeon Ewing talked to the children this morning about The Ewing Family Big Year, 2018. The family have always been passionate about spotting species of birds, but their ‘Big Year’ was inspired by a book and a film called The Big Year about a bird-spotting competition held in America. There are 675 species of birds native to America, but the competition winner spotted 750 birds – all of the native species, and some which were ‘just visiting.’

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Mourners in Cana: John on abundant life and the mystery of suffering
John Brogdar

I really appreciated Duncan’s sermon about the abundance of life which Jesus offers. Over the years, I have come in a small way to enter into this joyful life, and to rely on God’s provision. I wholeheartedly testify from my own experience that God gives us the will, the impetus, the resources, the energy to do what God challenges us to in any given day. I try to begin each day with ‘Father God, help me to enter into your joy today, and to

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The wonderful joy of living with Jesus: Duncan’s sermon on John 2:1-11
Taste and See

This morning’s passage was John 2:1-11, about a wedding in Cana at which Jesus saved the day by turning water into wine when the original stock of wine was running out. Duncan began by talking about weddings. He told us about attending weddings in Tanzania ten years ago – weddings at which the whole community seemed to take responsibility for the arrangements and the cost. He spoke about the detailed protocols of weddings, for example the colour

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Bible passages for Sunday’s service

John 2:1-11 Jesus Changes Water Into Wine 2 On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, 2 and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding. 3 When the wine was gone, Jesus’ mother said to him, “They have no more wine.” 4 “Woman, why do you involve me?” Jesus replied. “My hour has not yet come.” 5 His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever he tells you.” 6 Nearby stood

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House Group questions on John 1:35-51
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House Group Questions on John 1:35-51 John the Baptist referred to Jesus as ‘the Lamb of God.’  Discuss how, by describing Jesus in this way, John was both referring back to a deeply significant time in Jewish history, and pointing forward to Jesus’ future work. Duncan posed a question to us all ‘What does this story of Jesus, the Lamb of God, mean to you?’  Folk in the group may wish to give their personal response to this. [This question

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Songs we sang yesterday

To God be the glory Hosannah in the highest The splendour of the king I cast my mind to Calvary When I survey Oh to see the dawn

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