Jesus welcomed the people, taught them about the Kingdom of God and healed those in need. Luke 9:11
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21 April 2024

Fan the Flames

by Jim Person

One of my tasks here at Ellel USA is to burn the debris which storms bring down from the trees. Recently we had a huge storm which caused many trees to fall. When burning the massive stumps from those trees, I found out that they take a long time to burn. But I’m only allowed to burn things until dusk....

20 April 2024

Thankfulness

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Recently Sue and I have been watching a mini-series about the inspiring, real-life story of Miep Gies, who played a key role in hiding Anne Frank and her family during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam. It’s really well-made and helps the viewer appreciate not just how hard it was for the Frank family,...

19 April 2024

Patience

by Peter Brokaar

The Bible is abundantly clear. God wants us to be patient. I feel as if I have never given this the consideration it deserves. Why is patience so important to God? We need to learn patience partially because there are things outside of our control, beyond the limits of our ability. We need to learn how...

18 April 2024

He Gives Us the Victory!

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Some days ago, I was fighting against an unwelcome thought that over and over tried to occupy my mind. The Bible tells us to ‘take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ’ (2 Corinthians 10:5). Obviously, it is possible to resist an unwelcome thought, but it sometimes includes a fight...

17 April 2024

The Healing at the Pool of Bethesda

by Sue Griffiths

It’s a feast time. Jesus is on His own, wandering through the city of Jerusalem, and He comes to the Pool of Bethesda. He goes in. This is a place best avoided. People come here with their sick relatives: wounded people with broken limbs, sores, all manner of conditions not healing naturally. And sick...

16 April 2024

How Do You Smell?

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The sense of smell has the power to elicit powerful memories and emotions. I can still remember the scent of my grandparents’ home some fifty years after their deaths. I remember the food, the conversation, and the laughter. Most of all I remember the feeling of family, love, and belonging. But what...

15 April 2024

Lonely and Afraid

by Ron Scurfield

Do we feel lonely and afraid? We should be neither. As Christians we know Jesus is with us always. What better companion can we have? But the truth is we can feel quite lonely and isolated at times, perhaps the odd one out in a crowd. We may have lost a loved one or our family has left home. We can be...

14 April 2024

Strength In Waiting

by Annalene Holtzhausen

‘Our culture is training us in impatience. Every single piece of technology is teaching you that you don’t have to wait’ (Beth Moore). This is in such contrast with what we read in Isaiah 40:31 where the Word says ‘But those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. They shall run and...

13 April 2024

Strength in Our Weakness

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People don’t usually want to display an image of weakness or vulnerability. They don’t want to cry in public. They feel ashamed of having emotions. There are even people who will not ask for help, so that they don’t show themselves to be weak. But we read in the Bible that Jesus came in weakness....

12 April 2024

Testing

by Christel Baxter

Have you ever looked at someone going through a really difficult time and thought to yourself, “I don’t think I would be able to cope with those circumstances?” Our key scripture speaks about this. The word ‘temptation’ is translated from the Greek word, ‘peirasmos’, which means being tempted...

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