With Bible in Hand"Your kingdom come. Your wilL be done"The heading for our talk on 15th September, Will Man Destroy the Earth,is a grim question which, these days, may be asked with justifiableconcern. Though for years a nuclear arsenal has existed that mightachieve such a disaster, using it seems a pointless act of self-destructionSurely a more realistic threat lies in our polluting of the earth, sea, andair and in a soaring world population. These things are out of control andhappening now.The Bible is God's book. It tells of his plans for His creation and extendsan invitation to be part of them now. They involve the return of His son,Jesus Christ as king and the establishing of a government that wiltransform the world and 'will stand forever'. (Daniel 2:4)Even now the earth belongs to God. As the Bible says, 'the earth is theLord's and everything in it the world and all who live in it.' (Psalm 24:1)He did not 'create it in vain. He formed it to be inhabited' ((Isaiah 45:18)Public Bible talks in September (God willing01 What the Bible says about death08 The Bible and Humanism15 Will man destroy the earth?22 Forgiveness in the Bible29 Creation chance or design?Commencing at 12.15 pmThe Christadelphian Hall, 2 Harepath Rd, Seaton EX12 2RPwww.seatonchristadelphians.info With Bible in Hand "Your kingdom come. Your wilL be done" The heading for our talk on 15th September, Will Man Destroy the Earth, is a grim question which, these days, may be asked with justifiable concern. Though for years a nuclear arsenal has existed that might achieve such a disaster, using it seems a pointless act of self-destruction Surely a more realistic threat lies in our polluting of the earth, sea, and air and in a soaring world population. These things are out of control and happening now. The Bible is God's book. It tells of his plans for His creation and extends an invitation to be part of them now. They involve the return of His son, Jesus Christ as king and the establishing of a government that wil transform the world and 'will stand forever'. (Daniel 2:4) Even now the earth belongs to God. As the Bible says, 'the earth is the Lord's and everything in it the world and all who live in it.' (Psalm 24:1) He did not 'create it in vain. He formed it to be inhabited' ((Isaiah 45:18) Public Bible talks in September (God willing 01 What the Bible says about death 08 The Bible and Humanism 15 Will man destroy the earth? 22 Forgiveness in the Bible 29 Creation chance or design? Commencing at 12.15 pm The Christadelphian Hall, 2 Harepath Rd, Seaton EX12 2RP www.seatonchristadelphians.info

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With Bible in Hand "Your kingdom come. Your wilL be done" The heading for our talk on 15th September, Will Man Destroy the Earth, is a grim question which, these days, may be asked with justifiable concern. Though for years a nuclear arsenal has existed that might achieve such a disaster, using it seems a pointless act of self-destruction Surely a more realistic threat lies in our polluting of the earth, sea, and air and in a soaring world population. These things are out of control and happening now. The Bible is God's book. It tells of his plans for His creation and extends an invitation to be part of them now. They involve the return of His son, Jesus Christ as king and the establishing of a government that wil transform the world and 'will stand forever'. (Daniel 2:4) Even now the earth belongs to God. As the Bible says, 'the earth is the Lord's and everything in it the world and all who live in it.' (Psalm 24:1) He did not 'create it in vain. He formed it to be inhabited' ((Isaiah 45:18) Public Bible talks in September (God willing 01 What the Bible says about death 08 The Bible and Humanism 15 Will man destroy the earth? 22 Forgiveness in the Bible 29 Creation chance or design? Commencing at 12.15 pm The Christadelphian Hall, 2 Harepath Rd, Seaton EX12 2RP www.seatonchristadelphians.info With Bible in Hand "Your kingdom come. Your wilL be done" The heading for our talk on 15th September, Will Man Destroy the Earth, is a grim question which, these days, may be asked with justifiable concern. Though for years a nuclear arsenal has existed that might achieve such a disaster, using it seems a pointless act of self-destruction Surely a more realistic threat lies in our polluting of the earth, sea, and air and in a soaring world population. These things are out of control and happening now. The Bible is God's book. It tells of his plans for His creation and extends an invitation to be part of them now. They involve the return of His son, Jesus Christ as king and the establishing of a government that wil transform the world and 'will stand forever'. (Daniel 2:4) Even now the earth belongs to God. As the Bible says, 'the earth is the Lord's and everything in it the world and all who live in it.' (Psalm 24:1) He did not 'create it in vain. He formed it to be inhabited' ((Isaiah 45:18) Public Bible talks in September (God willing 01 What the Bible says about death 08 The Bible and Humanism 15 Will man destroy the earth? 22 Forgiveness in the Bible 29 Creation chance or design? Commencing at 12.15 pm The Christadelphian Hall, 2 Harepath Rd, Seaton EX12 2RP www.seatonchristadelphians.info

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