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Paul Yeulett

12 Aug, 2016

Paul Yeulett – Aber 2016

by Paul Yeulett

Friday Evening at Aber 2016. Paul Yeulett speaking on Hebrews 13 – ‘Seek the City that is to Come’

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1 Mar, 2012

Our transcendent God

by Paul Yeulett

Our transcendent God What goes through your mind when you think about God?  There is no better subject to which you can give your attention, and there are few questions that will reveal so much about you. In my childhood I developed a deep and abiding interest in astronomy, and viewing the star-filled heavens continues…

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1 May, 2011

Why should I go to church?

by Paul Yeulett

Why should I go to church? Are you personally committed to following Jesus Christ? And are you personally committed to a specific congregation? If your answer to the first question is ‘yes’, then your answer to the second question ought to be the same. If it isn’t, then you are probably in great danger, so…

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1 Mar, 2011

What are you really looking forward to?

by Paul Yeulett

What are you really looking forward to? Richard Baxter, the famous English Puritan, spent much of his life enduring great physical pain. It made him more aware of the brevity of life and the certainty of death. From the age of thirty-five he began a habit of meditating for half-an-hour each day on the glories…

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1 Jan, 2011

Then all the people said ‘Amen’

by Paul Yeulett

Then all the people said ‘Amen’ It’s a most dispiriting feeling. You’ve come to the end of the service, having preached your heart out, and you’re pronouncing the benediction. As you near a conclusion, the pitch, volume and tempo of your voice rise, the adrenalin is pumping through every vessel, your body shaking, up to…

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1 Jan, 2011

Getting started in prayer

by Paul Yeulett

Getting started in prayer When Jesus’ disciples asked him ‘Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught his disciples’ (Luke 11:1) they were representing every generation of believers that has lived ever since. Which of us can say that we find prayer straightforward? How many of us have sat down or perhaps knelt to pray…

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