What does the Bible teach us? – Westminster Shorter Catechism #3

In the third part of the WSC we look at what the Bible actually teaches us. Why is it important to look at the Bible – don’t we just know it all already?

This is part of the weekly Thought for the Week series. This series is designed to give a short, 10-15 minute ‘thought’, including a Bible reading and a prayer. Currently I am working through the Westminster Shorter Catechism. You can see all videos on the catechism on this playlist.

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How do we know God’s will? – Westminster Shorter Catechism #2

In the second part of the WSC we think about how we can start to live out our purpose: how do we know what it means to glorify God and enjoy him forever?

This is part of the weekly Thought for the Week series. This series is designed to give a short, 10-15 minute ‘thought’, including a Bible reading and a prayer. Currently I am working through the Westminster Shorter Catechism. You can see all videos on the catechism on this playlist.

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What is the meaning of life? – Thought for the Week

In this Thought for the Week, we look at the Big Question: “What is the meaning of life?” This is the start of a new series on the Westminster Shorter Catechism, a famous protestant catechism which was written in the mid-1600s.

This is part of the weekly Thought for the Week series. This series is designed to give a short, 10-15 minute ‘thought’, including a Bible reading and a prayer. Currently I am working through the Westminster Shorter Catechism. You can see all videos on the catechism on this playlist.

Do subscribe to the mailing list if you want to get these delivered by email, or subscribe directly on YouTube if you want to see them there.

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