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For information on the meetings planned for the next few Wednesday nights at the Lochore Institute, please click here to go to the Scotland Needs The Gospel site.
Hope to see you there!
Craig Munro has started his series of Friday night meetings exploring the prophecy of Zechariah using this chart:
The meetings will cover the following subjects:
January 19 – Zechariah and Haggai
January 26 – The Man Among The Myrtle trees, The Four Horns And The Man With The Measuring Line
February 2 – The Cleansing Of Joshua And The Lampstand
February 9 – The Flying Roll, The Women In The Ephah, And The Four Chariots
February 16 – The Coming of the Messiah
Each meeting commences at 8pm in our own hall and everyone is welcome to join us.
As the meetings progress, copies of the recordings will be posted below.
Many thanks again to all who joined us at our New Year Conference in the Rothes Halls. Here is a video clip taken during one of the hymns.
Below are full recordings of the ministry given at the conference, including David Gilliland’s ministry on Friday 29th. You can also find these and many more at treasuryofbibleteaching.com. Many thanks to those who run this site for providing these recordings.
Following the good response to our first 30 minute meeting in the town hall in Lochgelly on 21st February we have managed to secure the same venue for a couple of Tuesday nights in March. Come along and hear a simple explanation of Christianity done and dusted in 30 minutes on 14th and 28th March at 8.30pm. See you there.
See the map below for details of how to find the town hall.
Craig Munro’s series of meetings each Friday night through to 3rd March on the subject of Egypt to Canaan continue to be very well attended. If you haven’t been able to join us for all of the meetings Craig has kindly agreed to allow us to post recordings on this blog as they become available.
Please note that for the first meeting in the series the scripture reading is omitted from the recording. Craig read extensively from Exodus chapters 12 and 13.
Here are a few hymns from the last night of the meetings.
Many thanks to all who joined us at the Lochgelly Centre for our New Year Conference on the last day of 2016.
For those who joined us back at the Gospel Hall in Glencraig afterwards, here is a reminder of the singing after supper. For those chatting in the background … you know who you are!
For anyone with an interest in getting a deeper understanding of the Word of God, you are very welcome to join us any Friday night over the next few weeks at 8pm where Craig Munro will be looking at the subject of “Egypt to Canaan”, the historical journey of the Jews from captivity in Egypt to the land of Israel. In particular Craig will be applying the lessons they learned to our own experiences as Christians.
For recordings of the meetings as they take place, please go to our separate blog post.
For full details of the meetings please refer to the schedule below.
Egypt to Canaan – 7 Steps in the Journey With Christ
A series of Friday night Bible teaching meetings at Glencraig Gospel Hall (DV)
Speaker: Craig Munro
8.00p.m. each evening | Refreshments after meeting
January 20th Redemption in Rameses
Leaving it all behind
January 27th Rejoicing at the Red Sea
Learning God in a crisis
February 3rd Murmuring at Marah
Lessons from the start
February 10th Majesty in the Mountain
Living with God at Sinai
February 17th Complaining at Kibrothhattaavah
Looking back with lust
February 24th Carcases at Kadesh
Lost through unbelief
March 3rd Joy at Jordan
Laying hold of the Land
It’s that time of year again! God willing, we look forward to welcoming you to our New Year Conference on 31st December. The meetings will start at 3pm.
As we did last year, the conference is being held in the Lochgelly Centre, Bank Street, Lochgelly KY5 9RD. There is a car park beside the Centre that you can access off Landale Street and when that is full there is reasonable on-street parking on the surrounding streets.
Here is a map to help you find the Centre: