Tuesday, 10 June 2008

Liverpool, Cambridge, Bournemouth, Egglesburn, Northampton, Welywn, Knebworth, Honiton, South London...

What do these places have in common? Liverpool, Cambridge, Bournemouth, Egglesburn, Northampton, Welwyn Garden City, Knebworth, Honiton, South London...?

Well, like much of our country today they are full of churches of one form of another. Baptists, Methodists, Anglicans, Catholics, Evangelicals, and Charismatics. Much religion, but little of the Gospel.

Yet these places have something else far more encouraging in common. There are those in the area who have a love for the truth, a love for free grace, a love for that Gospel preached in the beginning, the "faith which was once delivered unto the saints" Jude 1:3.

Do you?

Do you love the preaching of Christ in the Gospel? Do you love the fellowship of God's people in one company?

If you do, drop me a line at ianpotts@graceandtruthonline.com. Perhaps there are those in your area who love the same Gospel you do.

But whether we gather in a large company, or are but one or two, we thank God for that food which He grants His people - that Bread of Life given to us in His Gospel. Have a listen to that Gospel in the messages on Where is Truth? and Free Grace Radio, or have a listen to this message by Chris Cunningham:

'Children of the Free' Galatians 4:21-31

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