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


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


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...

11 April 2024

My Place

by Lindsey Hanekom

For years now I have been going to the same stony beach for a bit of personal head-space, quiet time and to just ‘be’ with God. It is an effort to get there – a thirty-minute drive each way and the weather isn’t always nice, but it is ‘my place’ and I never regret going. I was thinking about...

10 April 2024

The Samaritan Woman

by Sue Griffiths

I so love the way Jesus sees right through the facades any one of us might put up to appear acceptable to others. The Samaritan woman whom Jesus meets just outside her own home town in Samaria is one such person. She has come to the well at midday to avoid the silent treatment from the other women she...

9 April 2024

The Antidote to Disappointment

by Patricia Lake

In the busyness of our days we sometimes forget that Jesus the King of kings is waiting to be invited into all our momentary decision making. If you haven’t yet spoken personally with Him today, He’s standing in the doorway of your day, waiting for an invitation to come into the busyness of your...

8 April 2024

David and Goliath

by Graham Slattery

We too may quite often be ‘dismayed and terrified’, when we are faced with something scary. In the past for me this has included when I have had to speak up in a meeting of the Heads of Department at school, when I was about to do a practical exam as a trainee lifeguard, and when there was any spot...

7 April 2024

Beyond Deliverance

by Andy Taylor

Imagine if, every time you met me, I shouted insults and obscenities in your face. Or worse still, if I was violent towards you. Unless you are Mother Teresa, I would think you would fairly quickly avoid me. I wouldn’t be someone you’d invite over to watch the football, and if I turned up at your...

6 April 2024

A Fresh Look at the Cross

by Margaret Silvester

For me personally, this Easter has been a unique time as I have followed the journey of Jesus from the Passover meal in the upper room to the cross. I have been filled with new wonder at the suffering of Jesus for me, an undeserved sinner. I’ve been reminded of my first meeting with Jesus, in my early...

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