Dear Friends,
Jesus quoted from the above passage in Deuteronomy in response to Satan's first temptation in the wilderness. "But Jesus answered and said, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.’ ” (Matthew 4:4, Luke 4:4). Jesus quoted this text to the devil in the midst of his forty-day fast to make the point that spiritual nourishment is incomparably more important than mere physical bread.  

Manna was a symbol of that spiritual nourishment. The Lord provided it for some forty years in the wilderness for the Israelites. Manna means "What is it?". The question remains unanswered to this day. Manna is said to be “white like coriander seed” with “a taste like honey cakes” (Exodus 16:31; Numbers 11:7). The text says it was a new thing and, one that appeared and disappeared miraculously (Exodus 16:21–27). Jesus is our manna from heaven. He appeared miraculously, and then after His resurrection from the dead, ascended miraculously to heaven as our Redeemer and Advocate.  Jesus is the spiritual nourishment we need every day in our lives.  Such spiritual nourishment is for now and includes the promise of eternal life.  

Our Family Service will be on Zoom and Facebook this Saturday/Sabbath at 11.15am. Dean Campbell will be speaking. There will also be a children's story.  Blessings to you all in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

- Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft Seventh-day Adventist Churches
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Church Services and Events
Friday Night Adult Sabbath School at 7pm on Zoom. Pastor Michael Walker will lead out. 

Friday Night Earth's Final Conflict by Mark Finley at 8pm on YouTube. Tonight's Topic: Lesson 6: AN URGENT CALL TO ACTIONClick here for the Study Guides

Saturday Children’s Sabbath School at 10am on Zoom.  We are looking forward to the lesson by Beth and Errol Victorio. Make sure your children join for fun and bible learning!  

Saturday TeenStudy@GYL at 10am on Zoom. Janna Wilkinson will lead the discussion in a break out Zoom Room.

Saturday/Sabbath Service at 11.15am on Zoom. Dean Campbell will share a message. There will also be a children's story.  

Monday Night Bible Study and Prayer Meeting at 7.30pm on Zoom.  We will  have a second look at Mark Finley's sixth episode on Earth's Final conflict using the Study Guide (see Friday Night). Pastor Michael Walker will lead out. 
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Prayer Requests
“Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God” - Phil.4:6.
  • Continue to pray for protection of all those serving on the frontline. 
  • Pray for our elderly and infirmed members - also vulnerable at this time.
  • Pray for our young families, children & young people, to stay close to the Lord and each other.
  • Pray for those looking for work or struggling in work.
  • Pray for Omen, the brother of Luka Mhishi, and his health. 
  • Pray for Phillip Franklin and his health, both mental and physical. 
  • Pray for David Nichols, who is having treatment for cancer.
  • Pray for Colin who has undergone a leg amputation, and for his rehabilitation.   
  • Pray for those who have shown interest in the church.
  • Pray for our ongoing return to our church buildings. 
  • Pray for the leadership of our church & for our Government for wisdom in directing the affairs during this critical period.
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Thank-you for your giving to the South England Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and to the Local Churches. As you can see from the figures below giving is down in tithe compared to last year.  We ask for your prayerful consideration in this matter. You can give at the Lowestoft church on Saturday/Sabbath or on-line at  Please include your gift aid number.  You can also send cheques to our Church Treasurers or contact the Pastor or Elders if any help is needed. Tithes and Offerings are an act of worship and an act of faith. 
2020 Tithe Report - January through September
Great Yarmouth.  £16,577. 26.7% down from same period last year.
Lowestoft.  £5,317.  23.1% down from same period last year.

2020 Local Giving Report - Great Yarmouth
                       2019              2020
July                 547.90           346.20
August            834.34           529.81  
September      693.61           1192.00
October           581.23.          1590.45

Totals             2657.08          3658.46

2020 Local Giving Report - Lowestoft
                       2019              2020
July                 239.13           310.00
August            134.37           50.00  
September      344.97           110.00
October           155.21           634.00

Totals              873.68           1104.00
Click on the picture for the latest Pastoral Newsletter from Dr Emmanuel Osei, President, South England Conference (SEC) of Seventh-day Adventists.
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