Guilt: God’s Gift To Us

Read the whole article on the Latimer Minster website. Psalm 32 (vv. 1-6) 1. Blessed is the one whose transgressions are forgiven, whose sins are covered. 2. Blessed is the one whose sin the Lord does not count against them and in whose spirit is no deceit.3. When I kept silent, my bones wasted away through my groaning all day long. 4. For day and night your …

Our Strength and Our Shield: Psalm 28

Psalm 28 1. To you, Lord, I call; you are my Rock, do not turn a deaf ear to me. For if you remain silent, I will be like those who go down to the pit. 2. Hear my cry for mercy as I call to you for help, as I lift up my hands toward your Most Holy Place.  3. Do not drag me …

The King of Glory: Psalm 24

Sojourners In Our Own Land 1. The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it; 2. for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters. Have you ever felt like you just don’t fit in to a place? As children of God our true home is not in this world. But …

Before The Throne of God Above

As part of our daily devotional series at Latimer Minster we’re exploring a ‘Hymn of the Week’. This week I had the opportunity to reflect on one of my favourite hymns, The Advocate (Before The Throne of God Above) by Charitie Lees Smith. I love declarative hymns. Hymns that sing of the wonderful attributes of God, which I can enthusiastically endorse …

Walking With The Psalms

Latimer Minster have recently launched a new devotional series on the books of Psalms. For the next 6 months we will be taking a Psalm a day and reflecting on it. My first reflection, on Psalm 5, is below. Why not add this to your daily devotional? Sign up to the Latimer Minster mailing list to receive an email with …

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Launching Missional Community: Latimers Oxford

Latimers Oxford

In February last year, whilst visiting Oxford for the day, I paused for coffee at G&D’s with a friend. Over the light chit-chat my friend, Tom, found out that I was leaving my job to study full time. “Why not come and study in Oxford?” he asked. And so, in October I found myself in Oxford starting the one-year programme …