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Of things in the past we know a lot. We can study the past and form an idea of what lies behind us. But what about the future? What can we say about it, with certainty? Although there is a lot unknown to us, there are things we can know. If you carefully read your Bible, you see that in the past, God always did what he said he would do. This may strengthen our confidence that he will also accomplish the things he said he would do, but has not yet done. The final thing he will do, is to bring the day of judgement. Though some say `where is the promise of his coming?’, we may be sure, that the day judgement – though postponed, is not abrogated. Upcoming Sunday we read a part of Numbers 31. A shocking chapter that can easily become a stumbling block for us. But, as we shall see, the whole chapter, gives a prefiguration of what the day of judgement will be like. You are very welcome to learn more!


Treasure Seekers

This week at Treasure Seekers, the children see an example of sin and repentance.Lesson Title: Caleb’s RewardText            : Joshua 14:6-15Big Idea    : Caleb trusted in God’s promise to give him a special portion of land; when Caleb asked for it in faith God kept his promise.Aim: To teach that God will reward the faithful obedience of those who continually trust his promises.



Date:6 November 2022
Time:12:30 pm
Location:New Church Delft
Speaker:Jos Slager

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