'We have so many
exciting things to do at Wenlock, I want to try them all.'

Year 3 Pupil 2011

6AB Assembly

Today, 6AB led the assembly. The children thought about what was impossible, almost possible and easily possible and there were many challenges for some fantastic volunteers to try. 

After thinking about these tasks, they thought about how God helps us to realise what is possible and can support us with what we feel is impossible. 

In one way the Bible is all about how God accomplished an impossible task: how he – a holy, pure God – found a way to make friends with humans, who had turned their backs on him and gone their own way, doing what was evil. In fact, man had turned away from God to such an extent that there was a huge gulf separating humans from God 

God seemed a million miles away and despite the fact that humans tried to reach God, the gulf remained.

What was impossible for human beings, was possible for God – but only by becoming himself, in human form, the bridge. By dying on the cross, Jesus was able to do the impossible, by becoming the bridge between man and God.

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