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Tag Archive for ‘Simon Peter’

Thursday 5 September

Colossians 1:9-14; Psalm 98; Luke 5:1-11 Let go and let God Simon Peter is a lot like many of us. So often we feel dejected because our best efforts do not seem to bear fruit. Sometimes it takes a crisis or what seems like a failure to remind us that we need to surrender ourselves, […]

Friday 18 May

Acts 25:13-21; Psalm 103; John 21:15-19 Restored and forgiven When trust has been betrayed it can take a long time to restore and sometimes the relationship is never fully the same again. Jesus shows that he fully accepts the contrition of Simon Peter by trusting him with the greatest of responsibilities. How do I relate […]

Wednesday 4 September

Colossians 1: 1-8, Psalm 52, Luke 4: 38-44 Healing within the family In this passage Luke gives a lovely picture of family relationships. Simon Peter’s mother-in-law is seriously ill and her family ask Jesus to do something for her, which he does by leaning over her and saying the fever had no place in her. […]