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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, 2014

Dare to be a Daniel!

by Paul Yeulett

Dare to be a Daniel! One reason why God gives us pictures of characters like Joseph, David and Daniel is to inspire and motivate young Christians. The way we determine to live as young believers – our resolve, our self-discipline, our clear and definite choices – will have huge consequences for the future. But even…

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1 Jan, 2014

Fading flowers

by Paul Yeulett

Fading flowers ‘The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever’ (Is. 40:8). At the beginning of 2014 it is good for the Lord’s people to stand back and remember what we are all about. Some verses of the Bible, like this one, stand out as texts for the…

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1 Nov, 2012

Milestones in the sexual revolution

by Paul Yeulett

Milestones in the sexual revolution Footage of the Queen’s Coronation in 1953 makes fascinating viewing. How Britain, and the world, has changed over six decades! Clothes, cars, shops, speech – all these, and more, were so very different back then. And, of course, it was all in black-and-white. It is difficult for people of my…

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1 Nov, 2012

‘As Christ loved the church’ – the model for every husband

by Paul Yeulett

‘As Christ loved the church’ – the model for every husband It is a fair bet that if you have recently been to a Christian wedding, one of the readings will have been taken from Ephesians 5:22-33. This section of Paul’s teaching is, of course, intensely practical for husbands and wives, whether newly-weds or those…

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1 May, 2012

Pentecost: a great and unique day   

by Paul Yeulett

Pentecost: a great and unique day Did you know that 27 May this year will be Pentecost? We all know the date of Christmas, and the date of Easter usually dawns on us some time during April. If someone told us that he didn’t realise that 25 December was Christmas Day, we’d give him rather…

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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 Nov, 2011

by Paul Yeulettby Peter Naylor

Can we really believe the Old Testament? Do you believe that Jonah was swallowed by a great fish? Do you believe that Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were cast into a furnace and came out alive and unhurt? Was Daniel actually thrown into the lions’ den and saved by the angel of the Lord? Do you…

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1 Sep, 2011

Blessed are the pure in heart

by Paul Yeulett

Blessed are the pure in heart Many of the ordinary, everyday things we do result in a mess, and a large part of our lives is spent in trying to keep things clean, or make them pure. How many of the items in your supermarket trolley are cleaning agents, in one form or another? But…

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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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