Greystone Road Presbyterian Church
Zoom midweekQuestions are posted on this website and access to the midweek is via a code found on our Facebook page each week.
This may seem a bit of a treasure hunt but why not come along and find some Biblical treasures for you in the Covid period!
Click here to book is the link to help booking into our services from the 11th October. There are two types of 'ticket'. One for families using the Main Hall and one for everyone else using the Church. You can also book for multiple services. If you do book using this link then that means you don't have to ring the office on a Thursday. However the office will remain open for booking into Sunday Mornings from 9:00am until 1:00pm
The Good Book Company are offering a free month of Bible Notes called Explore. You can go onto their Website, or there Facebook and click the links to receive these notes. https://www.thegoodbook.co.uk/free-explore
Instructions for Wednesday evening:
- Click this link after 7:15pm to join meeting:Zoom Meeting
- If the above doesn't work, open your internet browser
- Go to Zoom.us
- See top right corner the option to: Join a Meeting
- Click on this and in the Meeting ID Box write: 826 0745 6125
- Click Join meeting and follow on screen instructions
Questions from Sermon
- Where you able to do something that encouraged fellowship in Greystone Road?
- You may have heard of the Screwtape letters by C.S. Lewis. It’s a fictional book of letters between two demons. One is a more senior demon, trying to teach a junior demon how to derail a person from coming to Christ, and from persevering in Christ. If you wanted to discourage and divide Christians from trusting in Jesus, what lies would you tell them?
- Can you remember a time when you were encouraged most by another Christian, whenever it was at just the right time?
- Look at v1-2. What is Paul’s struggle (Contending)? How does telling us about it encourage us, knit us together in love and reassure us?
- In Christ are “hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” How does knowing this shape the way we think about Christ? And how does it influence the way we think about what other people believe?
- Look at v.4. The danger facing the Colossians is that some were seeking to “deceive you by fine-sounding arguments.” The key to good lying (which I hope you won’t use) is to make your lie sound true... What were the “fine-sounding arguments” threatening the Colossians? Why were they so attractive? (See 2v8, 2v16-23) And what “fine-sounding arguments” do we face today? Why are they attractive?
- Why does Paul show concern to those he does not personally know? How can this help us better show kindness and encouragement to other churches across the world?