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6 December 2023

Lavish Love

by Christel Baxter

Lavish is an incredibly rich word. It means ‘over the top, or more than you could imagine’. The dictionary defines the word, lavish as ‘bestowing something in generous or extravagant quantities on, or bestowing profusely’. This makes our key scripture in 1 John 3:1 so amazing. God is never stingy....

5 December 2023

A Fake Fire

by Matt Moore

Through the miracle of modern technology, I can dial up a beautiful wood fire in a lovely stone hearth, complete with crackling, glowing embers that even emanates gentle instrumental Christmas music. Best of all, my fire never dies down and never needs stoked. The catch? It’s streaming on my High Definition...

4 December 2023

Resounding Gong

by Bernard Kariuki

The Bible says, ‘If I could speak all the languages of earth and of angels, but didn’t love others, I would only be a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal’ (1 Corinthians 13:1). When I read this, I visualise a big heavy metal bell, like those commonly found in church bell towers, swinging back and forth...

3 December 2023

The Power of Praise

by Liz Griffin

Recently, I experienced daily times of praise and worship in an Ellel Ministries Centre which were so special and anointed. Everyone felt free to express themselves as the Holy Spirit led. It was like experiencing God’s Kingdom here on earth. So, I have been thinking about some things that Jesus said...

2 December 2023

Journeying With God

by Patricia Lake

In order to move into all that God has for us, all past successes and failures need to be placed in the wonderful hands of our Heavenly Father and left there, so that we can move forward unhindered. God chose Elisha to be Elijah’s successor and when the prophet obeyed the Lord and went to find the...

1 December 2023

The Snare of Shame

by Liz Rippon

Out for a walk one day in the countryside, I suddenly became aware of a fox staring at me, unmoving. It was frozen to the spot, completely alone with its leg badly entangled in a razor-sharp snare. If the fox had moved, the snare would have continued to cut deeper. That’s the problem with snares. They...

30 November 2023

Seeing Clearly

by Sue Sainsbury

I wonder what the world would look like if we really saw each other as Jesus does. We know from the very beginning of Genesis, when God created humanity, that we are meant for relationships. It’s how God made us in His image (Genesis 1:27). He gave us the capacity to love and be loved, to know and...

29 November 2023

A Culture of Complacency

by David Cross

This verse is part of a passage in Revelation where Jesus is speaking to the church in Laodicea. It appears to be a somewhat harsh rebuke in regard to the culture of that church, as Jesus says He will spit out the congregation on account of their lukewarm behaviour. But it’s important to note that...

28 November 2023

No Longer Slaves

by Annalene Holtzhausen

There is a huge difference between being a slave and being an heir. God meant for each one of His children to live as His heirs: ‘For we know that our old self was crucified with Him so that the body ruled by sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin - because anyone who...

27 November 2023

Where is God When I Am in Trouble?

by Peter Brokaar

One of the more challenging aspects of surfing is knowing just where to be in the water. You can usually tell the more seasoned surfers from the less experienced ones because they seem to always be in the right place at the right time. People new to surfing usually end up spending lots of time in the...

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