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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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How would Jesus’ disciples have behaved differently if they’d realised that the Last Supper was the last one? And how different would the Church be if it believed that Jesus was coming again?
We find many examples in the bible of different people having contrasting skills and therefore different roles. In exploring some examples, Charles shows us that becoming a Christian is not about creating uniformity as we are all saved for an individual purpose. God doesn't need our love but we need to love God and this is apparent as that love spills over into the rest of our lives, affecting our interactions and informs what purpose we are saved for.
The opening of Ephesians reminds us our lives must be centred on Christ. Paul’s making it clear that Jesus isn’t a twist in the story or the latest gimmick. Jesus is the Centre of what God is and will always be about. In the same letter, we are told that we are the completeness of Christ: as essential parts of the body we make up the full complement of the church of Jesus.
We are far more blessed than the material possessions that we accumulate through life. Colin discovered, after recently acquiring an electric bike, that he had a mouse problem in an outbuilding. This led him to realise just how he had become lazy, and forgetful of his real treasure. Refocusing on our real blessings, Colin reminds us that where our treasure is, our heart will be also.
Taking spiritual challenges is a big part of our relationship with God. We have got to challenge ourselves otherwise we won’t grow. Reflecting upon his own recent mountain challenge, David shows us some examples of characters from the Bible who had their own mountain challenges and the impact this had on their faith.
At the time of Zechariah the temple in Jerusalem was ransacked and the nation of Israel were dragged from their land. Ashamed, the ordinary people seek to rebuild their extraordinary temple. We ourselves are ordinary, but we have been given a real religion, a faith that makes us extraordinary. Zechariah shows the ordinary people that with prayer an extraordinary restoration can take place. Our God is extraordinary, and all he wishes is for us to turn our ordinary faces to Him.