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  • Bramwell Hayes

    Contributing sermons since Aug 9, 2004
Bramwell 's church

The Salvation Army, Welwyn Garden City Corps
Welwyn Garden City *Province/Other , AL7
+44 1707 320448

About Bramwell
  • Education: BSc in biochemistry from St Andrews University Qualified as a medical doctor (MB ChB) from Manchester University in 1995 MSc in Psychiatry Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Worked as a junior doctor in psychiatry prior to being called by God to become a Salvation Army officer Trained as a Salvation Army officer in William Booth College, London 2000-2002 (Crossbearers session)
  • Experience: Working as a doctor in psychiatry and general medicine and surgery. SA officer since 2002. In my second appointment. Previously appointed to Greig House detoxification unit as unit doctor and to Poplar corps as Associate Officer.
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: When preaching, I tend to deviate from these manuscripts, althought they are written out in full, they are basically just notes.
  • Family: Married to Rhonda since Feb 2004
  • What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: She thinks I go on to long and sometimes ramble She also thinks I mention her to often!
  • Best advice given to me about preaching: If you aim at nothing, you will hit it.
  • Books that have had an impact: The bible
  • If I could Preach one more time, I would say...: There is salvation for you!!!!
  • What I want on my tombstone: Promoted to Glory
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  • You Make Me Sick!

    Contributed on Oct 17, 2011
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    Christ's letter to the Church in Laodicea urges us to see ourselves as Christ sees us, which might not be very pleasant, but he also longs to restore our lost fellowship with him.

    They thought they were doing very well. They had a high opinion of themselves, their Church and their town. The town was famous and wealthy. So wealthy that, when much of it was destroyed by an earthquake in 60AD, they turned down an offer of money from the government to help to rebuild it, ...read more

  • Why Pentecost

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2011
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    To show that the Holy Spirit was given for the good of the gospel and the Church, not us as individuals. Being controlled by the Spirit is essential in our Christian life, but might make us unpopular.

    For many generations, it seems, the coming of the Holy Spirit, his person and his work, were all but ignored by the Church. What the Bible taught about him was believed, but not put into practice very well. Certainly the idea that he is still active in the world and in the Church was not an every ...read more

  • I Will Follow But....

    Contributed on Sep 25, 2010
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    Christ requires complete commitment from his disciples, that is why he put off 3 half-hearted would be followers.

    Last week, in the Parable of the Sower, we looked at three different types of people who hear the Word of God, but who do not allow it to any lasting effect on them. Today we are looking at three people who said that they would follow Jesus, but who ended up who ended up by not following. In each ...read more

  • He Only Got As Far As Haran

    Contributed on Jan 25, 2010
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    How Terah's partial obedience cost him dearly

    There is a popular saying that goes “It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive”. We often hear it quoted in various circumstances. But is it true? Is it sometimes better to arrive than to travel hopefully? Terah lived in the great city of Ur. This was a large, important and ...read more

  • A Long Time

    Contributed on May 16, 2009
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    When God seems to have abandoned us for a long time we need to trust, looking forwards and backwards to times of blessing, as David did.

    What is a long time? A year? Ten years? A hundred years? A thousand years? The answer to this question is ’it all depends’. We live in an increasingly impatient world; we want and expect everything NOW, just like spoiled children. I was like that on Thursday afternoon when I was in a huge hurry ...read more

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