Around 70 people gathered at Oxton Village Hall on Tuesday 15th March, to hear Aaron Eime speak. There was a lovely buzz of anticipation and fellowship as people gathered and drank tea and coffee before the meeting began.

Through a Jewish person’s eyes Aaron asked us all to close our eyes and ‘transport ourselves’ back 2,000 years and imagine we were a group of Jewish believers discussing the word.

And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love. 1 Corinthians 13:13

Sometimes we need to realise what ISN’T said, rather than what is! The greatest of these is NOT faith. Nor is it hope. And yet hope is one of the distinctives of our faith.

Aaron has an engaging and inspirational way of making you look again at Scripture and see things in a different light.

Did you know … The Tabernacle was covered in skin. And its construction took nine months. Now what does that remind you of?

A recording of the talk is available from CMJ Headquarters. To order a copy, email Jacki at jackit@cmj.org.uk

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