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Welcome. We hope you will come and join us this Sunday morning at 10.45am for worship and again for the evening service in the church building at 6.00pm.
Please still pre-register on the ‘Contact Us’ page for both services as we continue to observe all the previous restrictions until further notice.
Both the morning and evening services will be live streamed and available on our You Tube channel from Monday. As usual the audio for both sermons will also be available on our website from the Monday.
Today our services are led by our brother Tom Reston.
Although working for the BBC meant being moved around quite a few times during his 30 years career, Tom still managed to take an active role as a Youth Leader and Elder. When he took early retirement he became the full-time Pastor of South Tenerife Christian Fellowship for ten years. Tom is a member of DEC has since taken on the role of Itinerant Preacher travelling with his wife Eileen.
Can we( and do we) confess our sin?
Over 60 years ago I repented of my sin, and I knew I had been wonderfully saved from the penalty for my sin, there and then. BUT since then I have needed to confess my ongoing sins, to restore my relationship with God, who hates me sinning. Because I know Jesus died for my sins, I know I should not continue sinning. But I do and therefore I need to confess my sin.
Do you have a problem confessing your sins to God?
Are we able to FORGIVE?
Overflowing love is the natural response to forgiveness and the appropriate consequence of faith.
But only those who realise the depth of their sin can appreciate the complete forgiveness God offers them. This is the point that Jesus is making to Simon, the Pharisee.
Luke 7:47,”Therefore, I tell you her many sins have been forgiven- for she loved much. But he who has been forgiven little loves little.”