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Here you can find the latest talks and other audio from The Bethel - Old Trafford Christadelphian Church. The six most recent talks available online are listed below, and an archive going back two years can be found on the left. For anything older than two years, please refer to the Feedburner link below, or the iTunes Podcasts link.

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Knowing we often suffer from a scarcity of joy, Andrew's encouragement came from Romans 15 and 16. To expand our joy, we can hold on to courage practically by not heardening our hearts and encouraging one another. We can rely more on God and we can practice resting - opening our awareness to God's blessings in our lives. In letting go and trusting in God, we can demonstrae our hope to others and partake in God's Sabbath.
What we do now matters! Jesus spoke many parables and they all related to right behaviour in some way. Mike looked at some of the hard teachings and tricky parables of Jesus and explored how they relate to us today.
God speaks to the people he cares about through the mouth of Jeremiah - that’s you, me and Israel - but they were stubborn and didn’t listen. Tony lays out the context for us and draws comparisons with the Pharisees that we read about in Matthew. He shows us that the messages echo between both Jeremiah and Matthew, that we need to dedicate ourselves to God and respond practically.
David begins this mornings thoughts on the recent news articles about some research that suggest we don't become wiser as we get older. So what wisdom are they talking about. What kind of wisdom should we seek, and how? God's wisdom is considerate, peace-loving and selfless.
David begins this mornings thoughts on the recent news articles about some research that suggest we don't become wiser as we get older. So what wisdom are they talking about. What kind of wisdom should we seek, and how? God's wisdom is considerate, peace-loving and selfless.
God’s ways are higher than our ways. How does this affect the way see the world around us?