St Brendan was an Irish monk who was born 460 AD. It is believed by some historians that the monk was eager to spread the Gospel to unknown lands. With the winds of the Holy Spirit in his sails, he travelled by boat. It was believed that he reached north Scotland and even went as far as Iceland, and rumour has it, he made his way to America.
We don’t know all the facts – but St Brendan was keen to take a risk and follow his God whatever situation he faced. Through his life, we believe that he would have experienced hardships but was faithful to his journey. This is no different to the life of Paul, as we navigate our way through St Brendan’s prayer, we can see similarities with Paul. Over the next few weeks, we want this prayer to inspire us, as move in to the place where we to seek what God is calling us to do. Maybe you are exploring the next step, maybe you have taken the next step in your journey, maybe you are facing hardships. Lets allow God to speak to us through the life of Paul and use this prayer to inspire us to take the next step.
Rev Matthew Huckle
and somehow, make my obedience count for You.”
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|24th July||Baptismal Service||Matt|
|31st July||St Brendan’s Prayer – Road to Damascus – acts 9:1-22||Scott|
|7th August||St Brendan’s Prayer – Calling – Breaking new ground.
|14th August||St Brendan’s Prayer – 2 Cor 12:1-10 Paul’s thorn in the side.||Matt|
|21st August||St Brendan’s Prayer – Acts 16:25-36
Even while in prison, God still used Paul.
|28th August||St Brendan’s Prayer – Acts 28:17-30,
Paul’s obedience meant that in spite of all that he went through the gospel was still preached. v22 and v30