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We are a UK registered charity which, primarily, publishes a magazine to encourage the study of the scriptures, the practice of New Testament church principles and interest in gospel work in the UK and abroad. We hope you will find the content of these pages a help in your Christian life. We are constantly adding new content and features to our site, so please revisit periodically to check for updates.

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 22nd September

NICODEMUS, A RULER OF THE JEWS

John 3. 1-16

At any one time there were never more than six thousand Pharisees in and around Jerusalem, and Nicodemus was one of them. These were men who, before witnesses, had solemnly undertaken to commit their whole lives to the public observance of the most stringent requirements of the Law of Moses, as interpreted by the scribes. They were known as ‘the separated ones’. He was also a teacher of the Law and a member of the Sanhedrin—the supreme court of the ...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 22nd September

NICODEMUS, A RULER OF THE JEWS

John 3. 1-16

At any one time there were never more than six thousand Pharisees in and around Jerusalem, and Nicodemus was one of them. These were men who, before witnesses, had solemnly undertaken to commit their whole lives to the public observance of the most stringent requirements of the Law of Moses, as interpreted by the scribes. They were known as ‘the separated ones’. He was also a teacher of the Law and a member of the Sanhedrin—the supreme court of the ...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 22nd September

NICODEMUS, A RULER OF THE JEWS

John 3. 1-16

At any one time there were never more than six thousand Pharisees in and around Jerusalem, and Nicodemus was one of them. These were men who, before witnesses, had solemnly undertaken to commit their whole lives to the public observance of the most stringent requirements of the Law of Moses, as interpreted by the scribes. They were known as ‘the separated ones’. He was also a teacher of the Law and a member of the Sanhedrin—the supreme court of the ...

 

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