Alleluia! Christ is risen!
He is risen indeed! Alleluia!

EASTER continued …

Many of you enjoy a walk. Some can’t go as far as we used to, or as steeply as we used to. Some of us simply cannot walk these days.

Today we are thinking about walking with Jesus … meeting Him as we go along. Did you know that He wants to draw near to you, wherever you are, however you feel, whatever you are doing?

In our Bible passages on Sunday, Jesus helps people make sense of what they’ve seen and heard, then helps a man regain what he had lost and gives him new purpose.

In the second story, two disciples act as channels for Jesus’ healing. As we walk with Jesus we never know how we can be a help to others in His Name.

How do you walk? Who do you walk with?

God Bless,

– Rev Mark Smith, Dunscore Parish Church


What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We are those who have died to sin; how can we live in it any longer?


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Risen Lord Jesus,
You drew near the confused and uncertain,
You walked alongside them,
You made Yourself known to them.

Risen Lord Jesus,
You walked with Peter and John,
through them You healed the lame
so he could walk and declare You to others.

Risen Lord Jesus,
walk with me today,
work through me to heal and free others
to show Yourself in this world.

Prayer theme: Ask Jesus to draw near, walk beside you, and make Himself known to you.


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