It was a very busy day, last Saturday. Apart from seven tours at the Natural History Museum and many other tours in the British Museum, we enjoyed conducting tour 9 – ‘Keep Your Eyes on the Prize’ in the British Museum for the following groups….…these groups from Gravesend…

..this group from Maidenhead, and finally…

..this nice group from Nice, France!

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On Tour 9 (‘Keep Your Eyes on the Prize’) with us – visitors from USA, Hungary, Jamaica, Ireland and elsewhere. This tour really added insight to this week’s Watchtower study – looking at the lessons to be learned from the first century athletes.

While these visitors from Islington, Hackney, Holloway and Ockendon did not have quite so far to travel, they enjoyed Tour 4 – ‘Problems Faced by Early Christians’ nonetheless.

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This delightful group of family and friends from Sweden enjoyed two tours with us on Saturday. They certainly seem to have enjoyed their visit to the British Museum!

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This group of visitors from the UK, USA and elsewhere were joined by some guides training on Tour 13 –  ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine’. We are working hard to try to keep up with the demand!

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This happy group from Stratford joined with some visitors from Trinidad were one of the many groups many we looked after at the British Museum on Saturday. This group had just completed Tour 9 – ‘Keep Your Eyes on the Prize’

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Tour 6‘Choose for Yourselves’ Examine ancient Egyptian customs and practices which are still popular in the 21st century.Tour 9 ‘Keep your Eyes on the Prize’ What prize? How to attain it?Tour 13 ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine’ What characteristics marked the Galatians, and what influence may they have on us? Tour 3‘This is History Written in Advance’. Amazing Bible prophecies brought to life!

We currently conduct 9 different Bible tours at the British Museum. Here are groups of visitors from all around the earth – from Canada to Australia enjoying the breadth of theocratic insight, as well as fine association with so many in the worldwide brotherhood.

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We have had so many visitors from around the world, some travelling to and from International conventions. This group really appreciated Tour 9 – ‘Keep Your Eyes on the Prize’

…and this group seem very happy after Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What Is Fine’.

We had visitors from USA (Texas and Warrick, New York), Canada, Australia, Surinam, Netherlands, Bermondsey (London) and many others on a very busy day.

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These two groups took Tour 3 – This Is History Written In Advance. They were fascinated to see powerful evidence of the Bible’s inspiration. Within the groups were visitors from Jamaica, Grenada, Italy, Botswana, Australia, New Zealand and more!

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This group look delighted to be departing for Galatia on Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine’ at the British Museum. One couple were visiting us from Malawi.

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Visitors from Malaysia, USA, Belize, Canada and London (Mill Hill) chose a great time to take Tour 4‘Problems Faced by Early Christians’. Here they are learning about Ephesus, and seeing some impressive artefacts that will help with background for this week’s Bible Reading.

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Here we are being greeted by the Wickford Congregation group, who have also welcomed some visitors from USA!

..and here are the East Ham, London, group. Both groups have taken the opportunity to take Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine’ while they have their Bible reading from the book Galatians fresh in mind.

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Here a great group from London Ealing and nearby congregations really enjoyed Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine’. We expect they will have much to contribute to the ‘gems’ part of their meeting this week!

While this group of visitors from all around the world learnt how many popular customs, traditions and doctrines mean that we have to ‘Choose for Ourselves’ what God we will worship, and what it means to serve Jehovah with integrity and faithfulness. Will you benefit from British Museum Tour 6 as they did?

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All our Bible Tours at the British Museum meet at this stone lion in the Great Court. Yes, it has been better days, but it makes for a great landmark!

This week we were pleased to guide a large group from BRD who took some well-earned time off the Chelmsford project, as well as a smaller group from Ockendon congregation along with visitors from around the world.

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It seems like we had a number of curious Roman Emperors join the group photo for tour 3 – ‘This is History Written in Advance’! It’s only fair – we do talk a lot about them!

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These groups avidly followed Tour 6 – ‘Chose for Yourselves’ at the British Museum, and were amazed at the ancient Egyptian customs that still affect our lives today. Of course, the young ones especially enjoyed learning about Egyptian mummies!

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These two groups from Amington in Staffordshire were among many enjoying our Bible Tours at the British Museum yesterday. They found Tour 13 – ‘Hold Fast to What is Fine” – to be very interesting and valuable. Have you been recently? An enjoyable and up-building day awaits you.

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These were some from the happy visitors at the British Museum on Saturday. They joined some of Jehovah’s servants from USA, Norway, Australia, Ghana, Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, Uganda, Cameroon, Germany, Brazil and England. What a happy and united international brotherhood we enjoy – all to the praise of our loving God! These groups enjoyed Tour 8 – Examples of Loyal Obedience and  Tour 9 – Keep Your Eyes on the Prize.

Will you enjoy a similar faith-strengthening experience at the British Museum soon?

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This lovely group from Middleton (Greater Manchester) are enjoying a London Weekend. After a trip to Bethel (both Mill Hill and Chelmsford) on Friday and a meal at the comfortable London Crown Plaza hotel, it was off to bed. Today (Saturday) they enjoyed a British Museum Tour, a cruise on the Thames (with commentary) and then a interesting Bible Tour at Greenwich. It is back to the hotel tonight with the City Tour to look forward to tomorrow. A busy but happy experience, which draws the congregation closer together as well as building faith in God’s Word.

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Here is the London Romanian group after completing the newest British Museum tour – “Hold Fast to What is Fine.” The groups from Hull and Hackney (shown below) enjoyed the same tour…

Have you enjoyed this tour yet? Please contact us to make a booking – we are sure you will enjoy the experience as much as these groups evidently did!

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