'MMI.London is a mission based healing ministry led by evangelist Dr Fergus Buchan and his wife Joanne. They have served the Lord throughout Africa, the UK and beyond. Their heart is to serve the Lord Jesus Christ, reach the lost, and are anointed to pray for healing for the sick. Kingdom Come will see Dr Fergus Buchan share a personal testimony of his walk through tragedy, trials and missions each week with an opportunity for listeners to send questions in and receive prayer for healing.'

You can hear Dr Fergus Buchan this coming Wednesday 23 September at 8 pm. Listen again Saturday 26 September at 8 pm.  The program will then be available to download as a podcast.

Dr Buchan will then broadcast every Wednesday, Listen again Saturday at 8 pm.

In this edition,

Covid 19 Scottish Government Guidelines

First Aid Advice from St John Ambulance  - Severe Bleeding


Power Hour is about applying God's Word in Prayer. 

Today our theme is Live your Life as if...this was your last day of life on earth.  What might you think?  What might you do differently?

Matthew 13 - Jesus speaks both in parables and directly to his disciples about both The Kingdom of Heaven and hell as very real places.  

We pray about this scripture for clarity and impact into people's hearts.


Live Your Life as If?

Live Life as if?


What is our goal in life?


What do we believe?


Do we believe in a God.


Many people say all roads lead to God.

Many do not believe in any God - On a garment - I saw today were the words ‘ Mega Death, So What?’


Christians believe that God so Loved The world that he sent his one and only Son

That whosoever believes shall not perish but shall have ever lasting life. John 3:16


We believe in Jesus Christ as Son of God to be our Lord and Saviour.  We believe that there is no other way apart from Jesus what Christ did by dying on the Cross at Calvary for all the things we as humans have done wrong our Sin , said wrong,  our wrong attitudes and the things we have failed to do.  We believe that we are sinners saved by Grace.


We believe that God’s Love extends to all who believe in their heart and confess with their mouths that God sent Jesus Christ to die on the Cross for all people for all have sinned and fall short of God’s standards.  John 3:16 says that For God so Loved the world that He sent his One and only Son.


We Believe that Jesus Christ died on the Cross for all who believe and confess and that He rose again from death and now sits at God’s right hand and is constantly interceding for us.


That means that because of His Sacrifice that He made Christ has been deemed worthy of being able to intercede on our behalf,  when God sees those who believe,  He sees his Son’s sacrifice and accepts us as part of His family in His Kingdom.


This means that Christ Jesus has paid the price of our sin on our behalf.  There is nothing we can give or do on our own to make us right with God.


What does God require of us is that first we Love The Lord our God with all our heart, mind, soul and strength and our neighbour as ourselves. Part of Loving God is believing and Trusting in God’s promises.  If we have Love then the Good works we do in Faith proceed from this love.


The way of the Christian leads to God on the throne of mercy and Grace.

Other roads lead to God on the seat of judgement.


What if we lived today as though it was our last? What would happen to our souls after death? That depends on our choices and actions today.

Do not Hold Back

On a day which promised much with quiet confidence...it turned out differently into a day of frustration, grinding teeth and technology seeming to operate contrary to expectations.  

Prayer led Rob to consider the following words - Do not hold Back.  This ended up with an impromptu live broadcast from the upper hall at Victoria Gospel Hall.  Even that did not go quite according to hope.  Somewhat distorted audio.  

Nevertheless, the words and sentiment are still clear enough.  Not one of Rob's best recording efforts but be challenged, inspired and given hope, passion and fire.

Power Hour is about applying God's Word in Prayer.

Today we apply the words of John 3:16 -  For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. - King James Version.

We have to believe and understand that God Loves us without limit.  

In this edition, Brian's Good News

We are into our third week of local lock down in Aberdeen but what restrictions are in place

One's that affect most people are 5 mile limit on leisure travel but commuting for work, essential travel and transiting only are unaffected

Bars and many hospitality establishments are open for take aways only.

Schools are open and pupils of certain ages do not have to socially distance.

Find out about Phase 3 measures in the rest of Scotland.

Our third Community Element - we highlight again the great work of The Parish Nurses


Jim Mitchell who is a retired PC and a cancer survivor has cycled and walked nearly 116 miles from Duthie Park to  Lochnagar and back.  In doing so he has raised almost £3000 for Friends of Anchor. Jim was joined on his trek by friends David and Ian for company.  The whole trek took 15 hours 12 minutes.  Donate to Jim's Challenge

An 8 year old school girl who attends Brimmond Primary in Bucksburn has been able to return to school 8 weeks after heart surgery.  Its thanks to loving parents and especially the staff at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. 

Brian's scripture reading today is John 8:12 -

Again, Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows Me shall not walk in the darkness, but shall have the light of life.”

Power Hour is about applying God's Word in Prayer.  Today, we welcome Pastor Erastus Sorobi from Hope Family Church, Nairobi, Kenya

Mark 5: 25-34

25 And a certain woman had a hemorrhage for twelve years, 26 and had suffered much under many physicians. She had spent all that she had, and was not better but rather grew worse. 27 When she had heard of Jesus, she came in the crowd behind Him and touched His garment. 28 For she said, “If I may touch His garments, I shall be healed.” 29 And immediately her hemorrhage dried up, and she felt in her body that she was healed of the affliction.

30 At once, Jesus knew within Himself that power had gone out of Him. He turned around in the crowd and said, “Who touched My garments?”

31 His disciples said to Him, “You see the crowd pressing against You, and You say, ‘Who touched Me?’ ”

32 And He looked around to see her who had done it. 33 But the woman, fearing and trembling, knowing what had happened to her, came and fell down before Him and told Him the entire truth. 34 He said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well. Go in peace, and be healed of your affliction.”


As well as praying, we should believe and Never Give up.

Aberdeen Cyrenians has thanked all who have generously given to the AC2U campaign which was run in association with Foyer, Social Bite and CFINE.  Since the end of March, it has delivered 14,000 parcels of food, clothing, toiletries and blankets to those in need. This will continue over the summer months and into the winter also thanks to the Scottish Government's support to the FareShare network.  To contribute  food, toiletries and money, call the fund raising team on 0300 303 0903.

7 Year old Ethan from Pitmedden set off on a 10 km trek from Udny to Ellon with his dad Lewis .  Ethan was inspired to make the walk to raise funds for The Storehouse Foodbank which is run through Integrate Scotland  and Catalyst Vineyard Church by another youngster who ran a marathon over a month.  His mum Carly said that she hopes that that this will inspire others to raise money.  Over £900 has been raised by Ethan so far.  To contribute visit  paypal.me/Ethanswalk

Brian's scripture selection today is Matthew 22:37-39

37 Jesus said to him, “ ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and great commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’[b]

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