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Important announcement: In response to the current UK Government advice around social distancing and to do all that we can practically to prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have taken the decision to suspend all Kingdom Faith Church activities in Horsham, Burgess Hill, Crawley & Worthing until further notice. For more information click here.

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We’re Christians from loads of different cultures and backgrounds with one thing in common...we love Jesus Christ!

We’re passionate about Jesus and worshipping Him and for us that’s what life is all about! Our desire is to know God more and to help everyone discover how amazing He is!

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Horsham

Kingdom Faith Church
Foundry Lane
Horsham
West Sussex, RH13 5PX

horsham@kingdomfaith.com

+44 (0) 1403 275025

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Crawley

Holy Trinity School
Buckswood Drive
Crawley
West Sussex, RH11 8JE

crawley@kingdomfaith.com

+44 (0) 1293 854601

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London

Dragon Hall Community Centre
17 Stukeley Street
London, WC2B 5LT

london@kingdomfaith.com

+44 (0) 7976 724 189

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Scarborough

The Summit
St Nicholas Street
Scarborough
Yorkshire, YO11 2HF

yorkshire@kingdomfaith.com

+44 (0) 1723 374516

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Taunton

Crescent House
3-7 The Mount
Taunton
Somerset, TA1 3NR

info@kingdomfaithsw.com

+44 (0) 1823 664186

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Worthing

Exhibition Hall
Worthing College
Hill Barn Lane
Worthing, BN14 9FD

worthing@kingdomfaith.com

+44 (0) 1903 253105

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How to know Jesus

going deeper ...to go further

Daily Bible reading strengthens our relationship with God, nourishes our spirits and equips us to live a fruitful, effective life for Him.

If you’ve never read the whole way through the Bible before why not follow our plan this year? As we read the Word it’s important that we apply what we read and pray it out over our lives.

  • ROM 5 Romans 5
  • 1SAM 14 1 Samuel 14
  • PSA 59 Psalm 59
  • Forgiveness, eternal life and grace1We come, then, to this wonderful conclusion. We have been brought back into right relationship with God, and made completely acceptable to Him, through our faith in Jesus Christ.2Through Him we now have peace with God, and all the blessings of His grace are made available to us by means of our faith. We stand daily in the flow of God's free gifts to us and we can rejoice that a greater revelation of His glory awaits us. This is our sure and certain hope.3-4At the same time, we can also rejoice in whatever cost, or even suffering, that is involved in being faithful to the Lord. Affliction teaches us perseverance and perseverance builds character. And it is part of our character to be people of hope, looking to the future positively.5Such hope does not end in disappointment because God has already filled our hearts with His love through His Holy Spirit, whom He has given to live within us.6You understand that at God's appointed time Christ died for all the ungodly. He did this while we were still powerless to please Him because of all our sins.7It is a rare event for anyone to die for another, even for someone who seems a good person, living a righteous kind of life.8How great the love that God has demonstrated in sending His Son to die for us, while we were still sinners and unacceptable to Him!9We can be sure of our acceptance because of the power of that sinless blood that Christ shed for us. We should be equally confident, then, that the process of salvation will continue in the future, that at the judgment that is to come we will be saved from God's anger, because of Jesus' great love for us.10We used to be God's enemies but now we have been reconciled to Him through the death of His own Son. His death has brought about our reconciliation; so we can be confident that the life He has given us will continue the work of salvation within our lives.11Such wonderful truth causes us to rejoice in God because of this reconciliation we have with Him through our Lord Jesus Christ. Now we are one with God!Adam and Jesus Christ12Understand, then, that sin entered the world through one man, and the consequence of that sin is death; all will die because all have sinned!13Sin existed long before God gave the law to His people. If there had been no law, then men would not be aware of what God regarded as sinful.14From Adam to the time of Moses, death reigned because people were living in sin through ignorance, not because they were deliberately disobeying God's commands. Adam was guilty of doing this, and everyone else followed him in doing what they wanted. Yet God was awaiting the time when He would undo Adam's sin by sending His own Son.15Many died because of one man, Adam. Now through the grace of one Man, Jesus Christ, God's grace flows to many and we can receive His gift of eternal life. One man brought sin and death. Another Man brought forgiveness and eternal life – for all who believe in Jesus Christ!16One man's sin brought judgment and condemnation. God's gift is entirely different in its consequences. Despite all our sin, His gift has restored us to a relationship of righteousness and total acceptance with Him!17Through the sin of one man, death reigned for all through that man. Now consider the contrast! Those who receive this wonderful grace that God has supplied and the gift of righteousness He imparts to those who believe in Him, are able to share in His Kingdom now, here on earth. They can share in the reign of the one Man, Jesus Christ; yes, even in this present life!18One man's sin led to condemnation for all mankind. Yet one act of righteousness, the sacrifice of God's perfect Son, has brought about more than acceptance; He has made His own life available to everyone who believes.19Through one man's disobedience many became sinners. Through one Man's obedience many are made righteous and totally acceptable in God's sight.20So why was the law given? In order that men would know clearly what was sinful and their sense of guilt would increase. Only then would they see their need of the grace that God made available to deliver them from the consequences of their guilt. And God's grace is so much greater than our sin.21Because of that grace, sin no longer reigns in our lives, resulting in spiritual death. Now grace reigns in us instead, because of God's gift of acceptance that makes us able to receive the gift of eternal life, made possible through Jesus Christ our Lord.
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  • 1One day Jonathan son of Saul said to his young armor-bearer, “Come, let’s go over to the Philistine outpost on the other side.” But he did not tell his father. 2Saul was staying on the outskirts of Gibeah under a pomegranate tree in Migron. With him were about six hundred men, 3among whom was Ahijah, who was wearing an ephod. He was a son of Ichabod’s brother Ahitub son of Phinehas, the son of Eli, the Lord’s priest in Shiloh. No one was aware that Jonathan had left. 4On each side of the pass that Jonathan intended to cross to reach the Philistine outpost was a cliff; one was called Bozez and the other Seneh. 5One cliff stood to the north toward Mikmash, the other to the south toward Geba. 6Jonathan said to his young armor-bearer, “Come, let’s go over to the outpost of those uncircumcised men. Perhaps the Lord will act in our behalf. Nothing can hinder the Lord from saving, whether by many or by few.” 7“Do all that you have in mind,” his armor-bearer said. “Go ahead; I am with you heart and soul.” 8Jonathan said, “Come on, then; we will cross over toward them and let them see us. 9If they say to us, ‘Wait there until we come to you,’ we will stay where we are and not go up to them. 10But if they say, ‘Come up to us,’ we will climb up, because that will be our sign that the Lord has given them into our hands.” 11So both of them showed themselves to the Philistine outpost. “Look!” said the Philistines. “The Hebrews are crawling out of the holes they were hiding in.” 12The men of the outpost shouted to Jonathan and his armor-bearer, “Come up to us and we’ll teach you a lesson.”So Jonathan said to his armor-bearer, “Climb up after me; the Lord has given them into the hand of Israel.” 13Jonathan climbed up, using his hands and feet, with his armor-bearer right behind him. The Philistines fell before Jonathan, and his armor-bearer followed and killed behind him. 14In that first attack Jonathan and his armor-bearer killed some twenty men in an area of about half an acre.15Then panic struck the whole army—those in the camp and field, and those in the outposts and raiding parties—and the ground shook. It was a panic sent by God. 16Saul’s lookouts at Gibeah in Benjamin saw the army melting away in all directions. 17Then Saul said to the men who were with him, “Muster the forces and see who has left us.” When they did, it was Jonathan and his armor-bearer who were not there. 18Saul said to Ahijah, “Bring the ark of God.” (At that time it was with the Israelites.) 19While Saul was talking to the priest, the tumult in the Philistine camp increased more and more. So Saul said to the priest, “Withdraw your hand.” 20Then Saul and all his men assembled and went to the battle. They found the Philistines in total confusion, striking each other with their swords. 21Those Hebrews who had previously been with the Philistines and had gone up with them to their camp went over to the Israelites who were with Saul and Jonathan. 22When all the Israelites who had hidden in the hill country of Ephraim heard that the Philistines were on the run, they joined the battle in hot pursuit. 23So on that day the Lord saved Israel, and the battle moved on beyond Beth Aven.24Now the Israelites were in distress that day, because Saul had bound the people under an oath, saying, “Cursed be anyone who eats food before evening comes, before I have avenged myself on my enemies!” So none of the troops tasted food. 25The entire army entered the woods, and there was honey on the ground. 26When they went into the woods, they saw the honey oozing out; yet no one put his hand to his mouth, because they feared the oath. 27But Jonathan had not heard that his father had bound the people with the oath, so he reached out the end of the staff that was in his hand and dipped it into the honeycomb. He raised his hand to his mouth, and his eyes brightened. 28Then one of the soldiers told him, “Your father bound the army under a strict oath, saying, ‘Cursed be anyone who eats food today!’ That is why the men are faint.” 29Jonathan said, “My father has made trouble for the country. See how my eyes brightened when I tasted a little of this honey. 30How much better it would have been if the men had eaten today some of the plunder they took from their enemies. Would not the slaughter of the Philistines have been even greater?” 31That day, after the Israelites had struck down the Philistines from Mikmash to Aijalon, they were exhausted. 32They pounced on the plunder and, taking sheep, cattle and calves, they butchered them on the ground and ate them, together with the blood. 33Then someone said to Saul, “Look, the men are sinning against the Lord by eating meat that has blood in it.”“You have broken faith,” he said. “Roll a large stone over here at once.” 34Then he said, “Go out among the men and tell them, ‘Each of you bring me your cattle and sheep, and slaughter them here and eat them. Do not sin against the Lord by eating meat with blood still in it.’”So everyone brought his ox that night and slaughtered it there. 35Then Saul built an altar to the Lord; it was the first time he had done this. 36Saul said, “Let us go down and pursue the Philistines by night and plunder them till dawn, and let us not leave one of them alive.”“Do whatever seems best to you,” they replied.But the priest said, “Let us inquire of God here.” 37So Saul asked God, “Shall I go down and pursue the Philistines? Will you give them into Israel’s hand?” But God did not answer him that day. 38Saul therefore said, “Come here, all you who are leaders of the army, and let us find out what sin has been committed today. 39As surely as the Lord who rescues Israel lives, even if the guilt lies with my son Jonathan, he must die.” But not one of them said a word. 40Saul then said to all the Israelites, “You stand over there; I and Jonathan my son will stand over here.”“Do what seems best to you,” they replied. 41Then Saul prayed to the Lord, the God of Israel, “Why have you not answered your servant today? If the fault is in me or my son Jonathan, respond with Urim, but if the men of Israel are at fault, respond with Thummim.” Jonathan and Saul were taken by lot, and the men were cleared. 42Saul said, “Cast the lot between me and Jonathan my son.” And Jonathan was taken. 43Then Saul said to Jonathan, “Tell me what you have done.”So Jonathan told him, “I tasted a little honey with the end of my staff. And now I must die!” 44Saul said, “May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if you do not die, Jonathan.” 45But the men said to Saul, “Should Jonathan die—he who has brought about this great deliverance in Israel? Never! As surely as the Lord lives, not a hair of his head will fall to the ground, for he did this today with God’s help.” So the men rescued Jonathan, and he was not put to death. 46Then Saul stopped pursuing the Philistines, and they withdrew to their own land. 47After Saul had assumed rule over Israel, he fought against their enemies on every side: Moab, the Ammonites, Edom, the kings of Zobah, and the Philistines. Wherever he turned, he inflicted punishment on them. 48He fought valiantly and defeated the Amalekites, delivering Israel from the hands of those who had plundered them.49Saul’s sons were Jonathan, Ishvi and Malki-Shua. The name of his older daughter was Merab, and that of the younger was Michal. 50His wife’s name was Ahinoam daughter of Ahimaaz. The name of the commander of Saul’s army was Abner son of Ner, and Ner was Saul’s uncle. 51Saul’s father Kish and Abner’s father Ner were sons of Abiel. 52All the days of Saul there was bitter war with the Philistines, and whenever Saul saw a mighty or brave man, he took him into his service.
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  • For the director of music. To the tune of "Do Not Destroy." Of David. A miktam. When Saul had sent men to watch David’s house in order to kill him.1Deliver me from my enemies, O God; be my fortress against those who are attacking me.2Deliver me from evildoers and save me from those who are after my blood. 3See how they lie in wait for me! Fierce men conspire against me for no offense or sin of mine, Lord.4I have done no wrong, yet they are ready to attack me. Arise to help me; look on my plight!5You, Lord God Almighty, you who are the God of Israel,rouse yourself to punish all the nations; show no mercy to wicked traitors. 6They return at evening, snarling like dogs, and prowl about the city.7See what they spew from their mouths— the words from their lips are sharp as swords, and they think, “Who can hear us?”8But you laugh at them, Lord; you scoff at all those nations. 9You are my strength, I watch for you; you, God, are my fortress,10my God on whom I can rely. God will go before me and will let me gloat over those who slander me.11But do not kill them, Lord our shield, or my people will forget.In your might uproot them and bring them down.12For the sins of their mouths, for the words of their lips, let them be caught in their pride.For the curses and lies they utter,13consume them in your wrath, consume them till they are no more.Then it will be known to the ends of the earth that God rules over Jacob. 14They return at evening, snarling like dogs, and prowl about the city.15They wander about for food and howl if not satisfied.16But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love;for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble. 17You are my strength, I sing praise to you; you, God, are my fortress, my God on whom I can rely.
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  • S.O.A.P.

    In order to go further in the mission God has given us, He said we need to go deeper in our relationship with Him. As with any tree or plant, the fruit is determined by the health and depth of the root. One way we have been going deeper is by reading and journaling through the Word every day. We’ve called it S.O.A.P.

    [S]cripture - Read the Word
    [O]bservation - Write down what God is saying/showing you
    [A]pplication - How do we apply this in our lives?
    [P]rayer - Pray through and over your life

    As we read the Word (Scripture), listen to the Holy Spirit (Observation), discover how to apply that to our lives (Application) and pray these things over our lives and those in the Church (Prayer) we’re going deeper in our relationship with God so that we can go further in the mission He’s given us.

    Throughout the rest of the year we’ll be continuing our Bible Reading Plan to press deeper into God so that we can go further in His purposes. Get yourself a Bible, a journal and a pen and SOAP your way through the scriptures!

    You can see which chapters we’re reading today above this section.

freedom

Freedom is a 12 week Small Group Bible study followed by a 24 hour Freedom Encounter that is designed to help believers live in freedom every day. It’s the second step of our Discipleship Pathway and being part of a Freedom Small Group is designed to help believers move forward on their journey with God.

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