Reverend Hazell’s call

Those worshipping today at Good Friday service, held at the Christ Church Parish Church, were urged to remain steadfast in their faith.

The encouragement came from Anglican Reverend Sandra Hazell as she delivered the sermon during a three-hour devotion entitled – Seven words from the Cross.

“We fear commitment to our jobs, to our relationships, to our marriages, to our church and even to our God. Commitment demands all that we are and all that we hope to be; commitment demands our very selves. We are to honour God with all that we are by surrendering our will unto His will. Committed living, which is surrendering to God gives birth to resurrection, it gives life beyond death as well as life in the midst of life,” she explained.

Reverend Hazell who is the rector at St Lawrence Church also reminded worshippers of Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross and urged them not to give up in times of trail.

“We will fall, we will come up short but we have the love of Christ to bring us back to His bleeding Son . . . . We can never say ‘I am finished’, nor can we think ‘I have no hope’. We cannot believe that our sin is just too awful for God to forgive,” she said. (KK)

9 Responses to Reverend Hazell’s call

  1. jennifer April 15, 2017 at 3:15 am

    Recktor – more brainwashing junk, boy that sponge woking.

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    • Coralita April 15, 2017 at 11:12 am

      You have earned the distinction of being the most NEGATIVE PERSON on this earth. Every single article that is published, one can count on you to come with some negative spin, and I mean every single time no matter the topic.

      You also dominate the blogs and always have to comment on other blogger’s comments. Cheese on bread man, give it a rest.

      You must live a very sorry existence. You need a life man.

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      • Jennifer April 15, 2017 at 11:26 am

        Now christian take your head out of the sand and comment on the article.

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        • Jennifer April 15, 2017 at 11:48 am

          Get this strait I do not have any time for any woman petty garbage/BS. We are a people who soak up and adore wickedness. The Christ said “just as Jonah was in the belly of the Whale 3 DAYS and 3 NIGHTS he too would be in the heart of the earth 3 DAYS and 3 NIGHTS. The scriptures clearly states in the gospels that Christ was crucified on the sundown of PREPARATION DAY, the day before the holy sabbath (Friday). Now let us do some mathematics. How can you get 3 DAYS from Friday sundown to Sunday morning????? NOT mathematically possible. So someone is fibbing. Now keep burying your head and hope to see the face of the god head.

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  2. jrsmith April 15, 2017 at 5:14 am

    @, Jennifer , hail, hail, good shot, would you agree we need our own black Jesus , (NELSON MANDELA) then we would be able to find our black history which is hidden from view to pass on to our young people , this would stop the brainwashing and confusion , that this blonde haired , blue eyed man is travelling all this distance to save black people from their sins…..taking them to heaven ……
    They know how to play the game , sitting around they pools and smiling………………………………. thinking we are all fools….

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    • Jennifer April 15, 2017 at 6:14 am

      @jrsmith – Can you please explain this. Now you have a vehicle which is clearly in a driving condition. However, some entity has taken off the wheels and got the vehicle JACKED UP. Tell me what will happen to the engine of that vehicle eventually.

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  3. Peter April 15, 2017 at 2:13 pm

    Dat church look real empty doh, nobody upstairs in de uppa level seating. Colections mus be real low. ef wunna want good fun, wunna cud guh down de road to Oistins and watch de fish festival where Minister Low will be showing he face… Low fish catches. wunna get dat? Also wunna will get a chance tuh see Jennifer climb de grease pole. Somebody tell me she won’t wear panties so she cud get a tighter grip pun de pole. she like dah de. She axe fuh rit in an earlier artickle dat BT tek out.

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  4. jrsmith April 15, 2017 at 2:56 pm

    @, Jenifer, hail, hail, good one, but remember the engine isn’t faulty ,, You could replace the wheels, try finding who took them you still have something to work with……
    You could sell the engine to the highest bidder , but who would be the highest bidder…. you must be always alert……………

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    • Jennifer April 15, 2017 at 3:24 pm

      jrsmith – good comeback. Then we people assist in the selling and try to muzzle the alert ones.

      Reply

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