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July - Message from Elizabeth
At the risk of talking politics, thoughts, conversations and the news have been dominated by the recent EU referendum. The main question that has been asked in the last few weeks is 'stay or leave?'
That was a question being asked by some followers in the time of Jesus. Following Jesus was not easy. It would go against worldly riches and fame, it involved leaving family behind. Sometimes it meant sacrifice. Some followers found the cost too great and drifted away. Jesus then asks the 12 disciples if they too wanted to leave (John 6:60-68). And Peter responds for them all, 'Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life'.
Following Jesus is not always easy and sometimes does bring us up against worldly values and ideals. But in Jesus we find the life-changing, life-giving blessing of a relationship with Him. As a country we face a time of uncertainty and change, and continue to ask for God's guidance. And as we prayerfully watch things unfold, may we commit ourselves again to the one who has the words of eternal life. When Jesus asks the question, this church votes stay.