Jesus welcomed the people, taught them about the Kingdom of God and healed those in need. Luke 9:11
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21 May 2018

Living with Imperfection

by Dean Gardner

I’ve had to face the reality over the years that, at times, I have struggled somewhat obsessively with wanting either things, or myself, to be perfect. With possessions, that has shown itself in wanting and trying to preserve them in their new condition, somehow struggling with the reality that they...

20 May 2018

Prevention Better than Cure

by Julie Smith

Last year a lady at our church invited a group of us to a garden party at her home. As soon as I walked through the gate I was stunned – I have never seen such a beautiful private garden. It was spectacular! There were delicate pink and white climbing roses cascading in abundance with fragrant, open...

19 May 2018

The Cross to the Crown

by Jim Person

"Bear your cross as you wait for the crown..." As we sung these words from the song “O Come to the Altar” by Elevation Worship last Sunday in church, I was struck by the simplicity yet the complexity of them. To bear our cross signifies the loss of our old ways of dealing with adversity that comes...

18 May 2018

Emmaus

by Ron Scurfield

Have we ever had our hopes shattered? Sometimes, even over a long period of time, we can be sitting on an issue that we don’t fully understand, holding on and trusting that everything will work out well in the end. Yet often the situation doesn’t change. In many cases it appears to get worse. We...

16 May 2018

Test, Hold On and Avoid!

by Peter Horrobin

Paul writes these words as an instruction – not just good advice! We are commanded to be sure to test all things so that we can avoid the dangers of being deceived. If we fail to test things we could be in danger of falling into deception. And one of the commonest deceptions is to think that it’s...

17 May 2018

Anxiety

by Annalene Holtzhausen

Battling with anxiety is a feeling of being engulfed in a thick mist. It takes away your vision, your direction and your hope. It’s as if you’re standing alone in a vast open space with no idea which way to go and no one in sight. In the midst of your turmoil, you call out to the Lord, even though...

15 May 2018

Are You A Butterfly or A Bee?

by Philip Asselin

Both butterflies and bees are incredibly beautiful creatures. My wife is a beekeeper, and I’ve learnt a lot about them from her. Both are attracted to, and enjoy, flowers. But why do I ask whether you are a butterfly or a bee? What is the difference between them? The answer is that butterflies fly...

14 May 2018

Stubbing My Toe

by Ruth Hawkey

A week or two ago, I was cleaning my bedroom floor (not something I do very regularly), when I happened to walk into the foot of my bed which has a hard corner. I didn’t have any shoes on at the time. I thought nothing about it except to notice the intense pain I experienced at that moment and realised...

13 May 2018

How is Your Hearing?

by Malcolm Wood

Our hearing, like so many other faculties of our mind and body, is something we often take for granted, that is until it begins to deteriorate, or is affected by illness or an accident. It’s then we begin to value what it is we’re missing. We’re surrounded these days with so much noise of one form...

12 May 2018

Enter In

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

There is a beautiful worship song by Paul Wilbur, which says: I enter the Holy of Holies I enter through the blood of the Lamb I enter to worship You only I enter to honour I Am. I was pondering on these words recently and wondering how often we do actually enter the Holy of Holies. Many of us fail to...

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