God has done everything for us to be part of his family and has given us every spiritual blessing in Christ. Our job is to live a life worthy of that calling. This is the central point of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. It’s fair to say it doesn’t always feel like that and that’s because, as the letter made clear, we’re in a spiritual battle. Thankfully, Jesus has won and he’s given us the armour of God to enable us to stand firm. Paul wrote the letter to encourage us to keep going. Jesus has won the ultimate victory and therefore we can, with confidence, live reflecting our eternal identity.
Ephesians reminded us that God has given us faith so we know the truth about Christ and are adopted into his family. We have a wonderful opportunity to share that truth over the coming weeks with the imminent onset of Christmas. This Saturday at 6pm please bring people along to the “Carols… in a pub!” at the Duchess of Cambridge Pub. Also, bring friends, family, neighbours, people you’ve only met once, whoever, along to the All-Age Nativity at the youth centre at 4pm this Sunday.
Carols… in a pub! – Saturday 10th December – 6pm – Duchess of Cambridge Pub, Windsor High Street
All-Age Nativity – Sunday 11th December – 4pm – Windsor Youth & Community Centre
Carol Service – Sunday 18th December – 4pm – Windsor Youth & Community Centre
Monthly Prayer Meeting – Wednesday 21st December – 7.30pm – 90 Frances Road, SL4 3AN
Christmas Day Celebration – Sunday 25th December – 10am – 90 Frances Road, SL4 3AN
New Year’s Day Ramble & Tea – From 1pm – tea 4pm—Beech House, Hermitage Lane, SL4 4AZ
Senior Minister, Windsor Fellowship Church