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

Is there purpose in Suffering?

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Why do we suffer in this life even after we have given our lives to the Lord? This is a very common question that not only non-believers have, but also believers. At times we can be tempted to ignore these questions or even avoid them, because (let’s face it) it’s hard. It is easy to fall into the...

13 June 2024

Our Defender

by Tanya Person

I was reading Jeremiah 26. Jeremiah and Urijah were two prophets of the Lord. They were both prophesying the same message from the Lord of the coming destruction of Jerusalem. Each of them was confronted with people who wanted to kill them because of their message. But as we read in Jeremiah, they had...

12 June 2024

The God of All Comfort

by Tracy Bankuti

When God called you forth from your mother’s womb, comfort was meant to be waiting to greet you. It should have been there in your mother’s voice while you were in the womb, her tears of joy and your father’s proud glistening eyes and strong embrace at delivery and even the smiles of delight on...

11 June 2024

Overcoming Fears

by Liz Griffin

King David wrote Psalm 27 for the people of God to sing whenever they were afraid. I call it ‘the overcoming-fear psalm’. It starts out so boldly as David says ‘The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?’ (Psalm...

10 June 2024

Truth and Freedom

by Graham Slattery

I have a confession to make. After all these years of travelling in hot climes, I still haven’t got my head around sun protection. This sounds ominous, but the worst happens in England, where sun doesn’t always make a regular appearance. Last summer, we spent some time snorkelling in a hot place....

9 June 2024

Cracked Pots

by Christel Baxter

I’m often amazed at the fact that God chooses to use imperfect human vessels in His Kingdom, and entrusts man with the greatest treasure – the Good News of the Gospel. The scripture in 2 Corinthians 4 speaks of us being fragile clay jars. I had a conversation with the Lord about this, pointing out...

8 June 2024

God’s Restoring Heart

by Dean Gardner

Jesus had been using Peter’s fishing boat as a pulpit, moored a little way from the shore of Lake Galilee so that he could teach the crowd that had gathered to hear him. After He’d finished speaking He instructed Peter to put out into deeper water and cast his nets. Despite having fished all night...

7 June 2024

Our Majestic God

by Patricia Lake

Nature enriches our lives beyond measure, although on the whole, we tend to take it for granted. It’s beautiful, and we’re in awe when we stop to a take second look at the wonders of creation, for we know, that it’s the handiwork of God. In our experience, the changing and the passing of the seasons...

6 June 2024

Rose Bush

by Tanya Person

In thinking of our Christian walk recently, I started to think about a rose bush. When it’s planted, it’s just a stick basically, with maybe a few leaves. But it’s still a rose bush. As it grows, it gets more leaves and more branches. It’s just as much a rose bush as it was when it was planted,...

5 June 2024

Receiving Help

by Peter Brokaar

In the story our verse is taken from, we see Jesus helping His friends in a wonderful way. He helped them to catch an incredible amount of fish, and, through this miracle, He was setting them up to start thinking about their real destiny in God: to become fishers of men. In the midst of this process...

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