April 26, 2003

A couple of months ago I preached on meekness this was a message that certainly challenged me. I was reading in Philipians this morning the following passage which to me seems like a commentary on meekness. I love the bit about counting others more significant and concerning ourselves with their interests also. It is rightly a famous passage. If we all lived like this what a better world it would be! Bible Gateway : PHIL 2; 1So if there is… Read more

April 25, 2003

A nice thought, which according to quotesblog comes from G.K. Chesterton | “”Christianity has died many times and risen again, for it has a God who knows the way out of the grave.” Thanks QuotesBlog even if it wasn’t the man himself its a great quote for these times of closing churches (and new ones being started!!!!) Read more

April 25, 2003

I asked previously Will my faith save me? in response to this my email correspondent stated. Further to your reply – it still looks like salvation by effort to me. Unless you are saying the Pastor never accepted the work of Jesus on the cross as a substitute for all his past, present and future sins. It looks like this indeed may have been the case. After all when told he was going to hell his answer did not include… Read more

April 25, 2003

Well I feel cheated, although it has a certain irony about it My last patient in the end was the last in a long line of DNA’s ie did not attend. The amount of wasted NHS time that is spent by patients who cancell at the last minute often without telling anyone is significant. So if I wanted to find out what it was like not to see a patient then I did just that!! So off to the commercial… Read more

April 25, 2003

I am about to go to and review clinically a patient in what could potentially be my last ever clinical act. I am about to join a comercial company where my medical skills will be utilised in other ways than seeing patients. I guess it is possible that in a manner as unsuspecting as the poor first patient I ever spoke to as a medical student my last patient is waiting for me even as I blog. It is a… Read more

April 24, 2003

A while ago, I watched this film and as a result of hearing about the first black master diver in the US navy who also kept on diving after an amputation I initially thought ‘No way!’ But in fact the US navy tell Carl Brashear’s true story and in this picture we see the real man meeting his hollywood counterpart. What struck me most though in reading all this is that this very strong man who might have been expected… Read more

April 24, 2003

I thought I’d share some of my thoughts and quotes on preaching. 1stly here is a list of things I felt that I needed to focus on about a year ago on improving in my own preaching- 1. STRUCTURE I need to beclear + emphasise where we are going. I should anounce number of points at beginng and probably what the points are going to be. 2. BE JESUS CENTRED mention his name a lot. Bring people to him not… Read more

April 24, 2003

Following on from my post about Pastor Daniel Ekechukwu having been told by an angel that he would go to hell because of his unforgiveness, I was asked in a recent e-mail WHat happened to the cross forgivving me all sins past and present ? By my actions I shall always fall short on a day to day basis. This highlights a vital issue. When I visited another church recently I preached on Law and Grace from Galatians. I was… Read more

April 23, 2003

If you have a blogroll from www.blogrolling.com then simply drag this link to your favorites list to allow you to easily link to your favorite site as you fly around the internet. Read more

April 22, 2003

I know, I’m supposed to be a sceptical doctor, trained in the sciences to doubt things supernatual. But a few days ago I blogged I believe in the resurrection and I meant it! I stated a day or two before that in Why Good Friday? that I believed Jesus death had made a difference to me today. So why should I like so many other people have serious doubts when I hear of an account of a resurrection in Nigeria?… Read more

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