WHAT DO YOU HAVE?

During the lockdown, there has been several times I have noticed my son Jeremiah to be bored although he has lots of toys in his room. Sometimes, telling him to go and play with his toys could even seem to him like a punishment, whereas I would have loved to...

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THE POWER OF REPENTANCE

I have recently been reading through the book of Kings, and one of the consistent behaviour patterns of most of the kings after Solomon was their tendency to sin and turn away from serving God. Some of the kings of Israel who weren’t even of royal descent, meaning, they had...

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WAITING ON THE LORD

As you may all know, our son Joshua was born on Saturday the 18th of April; and it’s been such a joy to finally hold him in my arms. Odelia and Joshua are now home and are doing well. Thank you all for the prayers and the anointing needed for...

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COMMITTED TO THE LITTLE

A few months ago, I joined the gym as I felt quite sluggish and out of shape. The week I joined; I noticed another fellow about the same age as me who had recently joined. We were both struggling to exercise, and it felt somewhat comforting to know that I...

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HAPPY NEW YEAR – BETTER DAYS AHEAD

This morning, my dictionary app started me off with the definition of twenty-twenty. It read, “Twenty-twenty, “keenly or acutely perceptive”, as is often remarked of the advantages of hindsight, has its roots in vision”.   Reflecting on our past is always good, as we can look back with gratitude, seeing...

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PEACE IN THE STORM

Reading through the Gospel of Luke, I was reminded of the time that Jesus and his disciples made their way on a boat to Gerasenes (Gadarenes). The passage says that as they sailed, “a windstorm came down on the lake, and they were filling with water and were in danger”...

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