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28 January 2023

Hard Times

by Richard Griffiths

Psalm 80 was written at a time of great difficulty for God’s people – almost certainly when Jerusalem was besieged by the Assyrians. The Assyrians had already overthrown Samaria and had conquered much of the land of Judah. Now they surrounded Jerusalem. Humanly speaking the situation was hopeless....

27 January 2023


by John Sainsbury

Whilst on holiday recently my wife and I attended a local church service and were completely blessed to hear one of the best messages I’d heard in a long time. At the heart of the message was a challenge based on Luke 9 to make Jesus absolutely central to every aspect of our lives. Here, Luke seems...

26 January 2023

Invitation to Collaboration

by Peter Brokaar

What is prayer if not talking to, or with, God? I think it must be the most inclusive privilege on earth. Anyone can try it, irrespective of age, race, social status, education, or even beliefs. Everyone can talk to God Almighty, though admittedly we probably do so with varying degrees of success. As...

25 January 2023

Free To Be Me

by Annalene Holtzhausen

One aspect of nature that often amazes me is the huge variety God created. He chose, for example, to create, not one particular butterfly, but hundreds of different ones. Just thinking about the different shades of green God created, and also the variety He brought into every tree and flower leaves me...

24 January 2023

Obedience and Availability

by Patricia Lake

The plans and purposes of God are at work in our lives long before we know it. However, it is only when the Word of God which seeks us out and initiates a personal response involving our free will, that those plans begin to take form, if we agree. When David the shepherd boy obeyed his father’s instructions...

23 January 2023

Do You Love Me More Than These?

by Jilly Lyon-Taylor

After His resurrection, the third time Jesus appeared to His disciples was by the Sea of Galilee. He gave them breakfast and then began a dialogue with Peter which was to reinstate him after his denial. The first question that Jesus asks is, “Do you truly love me more than these?” He was presumably...

22 January 2023


by Richard Griffiths

Yesterday, we were walking along one of our favourite stretches of coast. To our right, the grass gives way to a shelf of rock that gently slopes down to the sea. When the sea is at all rough, the surf comes thundering into the rocky shore. The sound is unique – a great, never-ending rumble. As you...

21 January 2023

Saving Grace

by Margaret Silvester

A young man went to his pastor for help. For over an hour he shared his inner battle that can be summed up in the words, “I should do more, I could do more, I honestly try but I never seem good enough.” The pastor felt that the young man was not as spiritual as he ought to be so suggested that he...

20 January 2023


by Tanya Person

These days we hear many things presented as truth. Many people have completely opposite ideas of what the truth is on any subject. Depending on which website you visit, or which news presenter you watch, you will hear different things presented as truth. We can find ourselves wondering what is really...

19 January 2023

Be Their Shepherd

by Liz Griffin

The Psalmist cries out in prayer ‘Oh, save your people and bless your heritage! Be their shepherd and carry them forever’. How much we need to pray this prayer today for all our brothers and sisters in the Body of Christ. There are times when we’re so weak we need to be carried. We’re certainly...

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