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3 December 2021

Earthen vessels

by Liz Griffin

After a person has died, I often hear lots of tributes to them saying how wonderful their achievements were and how superb their character was. Sometimes it can sound as if they were far and above what I know myself to be. I can end up comparing myself to them and feeling so inferior. At a recent memorial...

2 December 2021

Slave or Son

by Gilly Mathiesen

You’ve perhaps heard it said that the Bible is not a rule book, but a love-letter which displays the heart of God for His people. As the Lord’s children, we can call Him ‘Abba’, which means ‘Daddy’ or ‘Papa’. When I was in Israel some years ago, I heard a little boy calling out “Abba,...

1 December 2021

The Immeasurable Universe

by Peter Horrobin

Science has never been able to measure the extent of the Universe. The farthest identified star, known as Icarus, was spotted with the Hubble telescope and lies nine billion light years away from planet Earth! That’s the distance light will travel at 186,000 miles per second in nine billion years....

30 November 2021

Nothing New

by Bernard Kariuki

Solomon was wiser than any of the kings who ruled in Jerusalem before him. He had greater wisdom and knowledge than any of them. He was a man who devoted himself to search for understanding and to explore by wisdom everything being done under heaven. He was a powerful and highly intellectual man. When...

29 November 2021

Make Room

by Ron Scurfield

Do we have times in our life when we’re caught up with an issue or a problem that causes us a lot of concern? We can be so anxious about this that it seems to take over our whole mind. We know the Bible tells us not to worry (Philippians 4:6), but what can we do? It won’t go away, and it wears us...

28 November 2021

Do Not Love the World

by Gemma Gardner

When I was writing my last article for Seeds of the Kingdom, my old computer was behaving very strangely. I was relieved when I eventually completed it and was able to send it on to Ellel. I asked my husband, Dean, if he would look at the computer before I used it again, as I feared there was something...

27 November 2021

A Declaration of Truth!

by David Cross

A few days ago, Denise and I went to a performance of part one of Handel’s Messiah, frequently referred to as ‘the Christmas music’. It is such a clear affirmation of biblical truth, line after line of scripture sung out with passion, as Old Testament prophecies of the Messiah are interwoven with...

26 November 2021


by Richard Griffiths

I guess there can’t be many people who don’t have things they feel ashamed of. And, if someone says or does something that brings the shame to the surface, we feel a good deal of emotional pain. So, we tend to keep it below the surface – buried. The trouble is, it’s still there – lurking! Here,...

25 November 2021

Waiting Well

by Peter Brokaar

Everyone knows there are different ways of learning things. For example, we might be able to learn mathematics quite well from a book. Other things we can learn more easily through observation. Or we might watch someone cook a meal, and in this way learn how to prepare a new dish. But there are some...

24 November 2021

How Do You Feed Five Thousand?

by Sue Griffiths

A great crowd of people has followed Jesus because they have seen the miraculous signs He has performed on the sick. And here they are, thousands of them, all needing to be fed. Jesus already knows what He is planning to do. But He asks Philip, “Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?”...

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