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A wonderful day of many visitors, worship, prayer, fellowship and challenging preaching at NBBC yesterday.

We also welcomed Cllr Horace Prickett (plus three generations of his family!) to fix another poppy on the War memorial as we commemorated the life of another local man, Walter Webb.

In the morning Steve Whitaker from Atworth spoke on 'Contagious faith' from the healing of the officials son in John 4. He asked do we base our faith on the sufficiency of God's breathed word revealed through scripture? When we live in the truth of its light our faith is contagious to those around us. Or are we guilty of putting conditions alongside our faith or contaminating our faith by adding or removing the truth from it?

In the evening one of our elders Walter spoke on 'The Hidden Challenges' from Luke 5:12-26 the healings of a man with leprosy and a paralysed man. Walter emphasised that we are transformed by listening to God's spoken word and asked what lengths are we prepared to go to, to bring someone to Christ? What do we cling to in dependence instead of depending on Christ?

The power and purpose of God's inspired word through scripture as being entirely sufficient for all we face in life was emphasised throughout the day. What a blessing it is to have the freedom to be able to turn to it daily and sit under faithful preaching from it.

'So is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it' Isaiah 55:11

Next week we look forward to hearing from Paul Williams from Swindon Evangelical Church (am) and Tim O'Brien from NBBC (pm). Hope to see you there!
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