'The Lamb Wins'
(Benefice and LEP Lent Course 2015)

For our Lent Course this year we will be tackling the Book of Revelation. We will base our learning on a book by Revd Richard Bewes, one time Rector of All Souls Langham Place, entitled 'The Lamb Wins'.

The victory of Christ the Lamb is what Richard Bewes sees as the central theme of Revelation as, using images from the Old Testament, it expresses the implications of that reality in the broad sweep of future human history.

We hope that through dwelling on this portion of scripture together God will work in us so that we will:

  • Sharpen our identity as followers of Christ
  • Reflect on the importance of a distinctive Christian life style
  • See events in the world in the light of God's bigger plan

If we allow the study to impact us in these ways, then we will be further invigorated for Mission.

Each session will have the familiar mix of teaching, discussion, worship and prayer led by members of the Ministry Team. 

Time & Place

There will be a Wednesday evening and a Thursday morning course.

Wednesday evenings: St Mary’s Church Centre, 7.45 for 8pm - finish by 9.45pm

Thursday mornings: St Mary’s Corner room, on Feb 26th & March 26th 11am – 12.15pm (after Mid-week communion), and on March 5th , 12th , 19th 10.30am – 12 noon

Date Topic Chapters Led by
Feb 25th /26th God is on the Throne 4, 5, 6 & 7 Simon Howard
March 4th /5th The Trumpets are sounding 8, 9,10 & 11 Geoff Pugh
March 11th /12th The Victory of the Lamb 12,13 & 14 Richard Sabberton-Coe
March 18th /19th The overthrow of evil 15,16,17,18 & 19

Paul Minton

March 25th /26th The new order 20, 21 & 22 Simon Howard

There will be worship, a talk, a chance to ask questions, and either a group discussion or a prayer exercise each session. You’ll get the most out of it if you read the chapters beforehand! Although we will cover the whole book we will focus on the underlined chapters.

Please click here for the recordings of the talks and the session notes. (Note: for a recording, click on 'Download', then choose between saving the file or opening it in an application)

Last modified: Thursday, 26 February 2015, 8:37 PM