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Weekly Reflection

Jonah’s Anger

The final chapter of Jonah gives us a unique glimpse into a conversation between God and His prophet. The majority of prophecy depicts the prophets relaying God’s message. Here, we get to see the struggle between the reluctant prophet and … Continue reading

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Reflection: Things Behind And Ahead

The life and ministry of the apostle Paul was dominated by one supreme objective, and it is to this that he refers in Philippians 3:13-14: “But one thing I do. Forgetting what is behind and straining towards what is ahead, … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Suffered Tragedy?

“…Because of Him I have suffered the loss of all things and consider them filth, so that I may gain Christ and be found in Him, not having a righteousness of my own from the law, but one that is … Continue reading

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The Secret Of Contentment

Many people want to be content in all circumstances, but they don’t know how. Some people don’t even believe it’s possible. If you think about it, there are probably people in your life who seem to be on a never-ending … Continue reading

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FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS – A CHRISTIAN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

What is a Christian response to this Covid-19 pandemic that will shape our world for the months (perhaps years) to come and that is shaping our lives now? As Christians, how ought we to respond? To feel? To think? To … Continue reading

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A CHRISTIAN FATHER?

A Christian father’s first and greatest responsibility is to acquaint his children with God through Scripture. One of the reasons this is so important is because what children learn about God will put them in good standing throughout their lives, … Continue reading

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JESUS’ AMAZING FULFILLMENT OF PROPHECY

Accidental fulfillment of prophecies? The New Testament writers cite messianic prophecies from the Old Testament more than 130 times. By some estimates the Old Testament contains 300 prophetic passages that describe who the Messiah is and what He will do. … Continue reading

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Your Responses To Resurrection (Luke 24: 36-53)

There are four responses we can have to Jesus’ resurrection. 1) PEACE NOT FEAR (Luke 24: 36-39) What’s the first thing Jesus says when He appears to His followers? “Peace be with you.” Jesus is offering peace to a group … Continue reading

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