It might seem strange to have all these action narratives and then a song, but God has included it in Holy Scripture because it sets out the principle. The principle that the correct reaction to the acts of God are praise and worship. Reading: Exodus 15:1-21
Christianity is not about escaping but rather about renewing. Sin came into the world and corrupted that which previously had been perfect. Upon Jesus return sinners and everything related to sin will be destroyed in fire and banished as God re-creates a new heaven and new earth. Reading: Mark 13:21-37;1 Thessalonians 4:1-18
This passage deals with the big question of what happens to us when we die? When we look and understand the end of life, then the rest of the life makes sense. The passage touches on eternity and eternal punishment and eternal life. Reading: Luke 16:19-31
This year’s Woman for Mission Away Day will be held in Perth on Saturday 20th September. As the number of places is limited, it would be a good idea if those who would like to go could book in the next 2 weeks. The theme this year is Keeping on going. The main speaker is […]
The event is being held at the Capstone Centre (top of Alness, High St) and starts at 7.30pm. Coffee and cake will be served and copies of Magnificent Obsession will be available at £5 each. The book can also be bought direct from the publisher : Christian Focus Link to the Event
Samuel has judged the nation of Israel well, but his sons are corrupt. Instead of seeking better judges they seek a king.
Towards the end of his life the author John one of the disciples, brother of James, writes to expose false teaching, to put believers back on track and encourage the church to grow in genuine love of each other. Reading 1 John 1:1-10
Welcome from the Ministers A warm welcome from the Ministers of Rosskeen Free Church Welcome to the Rosskeen Free Church website! We are a Church in the Alness/Invergordon area of Ross-shire in the Scottish Highlands. We are a Church that revolves around the person of Jesus Christ as he is revealed in the Bible, and […]
The previous events of, Christ’s transfiguration and the healing of the demoniac, in this chapter are also recorded also in the other gospels, but this event is unquie to Matthew, perhaps since Matthew had been a taxman. Impetuous Peter replies that of cause Jesus would pay the temple tax, after all all good religious Jews paid the tax. But he had not thought it through what the implications of Jesus being the Son of God were – in this cause, since he was the Son of God he was exempt from God’s taxes. Reading: Exodus 30:11-16; Matthew 17:24-27
Jesus has promised that he will always be with us and will take us through the trials and difficulties.
The end of the world is going to come, and when it does, the great judgement will take place. Are you ready for judgement day? No-one knows when it’ll be, so you need to make sure you’re ready.
We live in a broken world, that is full of pain and suffering. The world is broken because we are broken, due to sin. This passage reminds us of our sinfulness and our Saviour, Jesus Christ. We are great sinners, but we have a might Saviour.
Jesus came to the world to become sin for us, so that we may have forgiveness and eternal life. As Jesus was nailed on the cross, He experienced the anger, wrath and judgement of God the Father, and as He cried out to God, there was no answer. He went through the agony and suffering so that scripture would be fulfilled, and He was able to say “it is finished”. He died and suffering for us. Have you trusted in Him? Trust and obey!