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Weekly Reflection

Why Should God Allow You Into Heaven…?

If someone asked you why God should allow you into Heaven, what would you say? When you think of standing in God’s presence, what case would you make that would give you the greatest confidence before Him? What items would … Continue reading

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Learning From The Prophet’s Prayer

LORD, I have heard of Your fame; I stand in awe of Your deeds, O LORD. Renew them in our day, in our time make them known; in wrath remember mercy. – Habakkuk 3:2 Habakkuk’s prayer is motivated by his … Continue reading

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Grace Stewardship Is More Than Money

There is more than money involved in the story of the Widow’s Mite (Mark 12:41-44). It is a principle of life. It is the very heart of stewardship based on grace. All I am is His. As a redeemed person … Continue reading

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On Being Sent

Jesus and His disciples come to Nazareth after a series of amazing healing miracles. The disciples of Jesus must have been in a state of euphoria. What an amazing tour this was! There was the calming of the sea when … Continue reading

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Wait To See What God Will Say

“I will climb my watchtower and wait to see what the Lord will …say…” (Habakkuk 2:1, GOOD NEWS TRANSLATION) The short book of Habakkuk opens with the prophet pouring out his complaint to the Lord about wickedness and injustice in … Continue reading

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Privileges

We shower daily, while others bathe in dirty rivers occasionally. We eat three meals a day, plus unneeded snacks, while others starve. We sleep warm and soundly while others can never rest. We have closets filled with unworn clothing, while … Continue reading

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Rejoicing In Suffering

It is clear from this that Christians are expected to experience suffering. Those who think that becoming a Christian will remove them from suffering have been seriously misled, for the Scriptures themselves teach that we are to expect suffering. The … Continue reading

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Fear And Faith

In Mark 5:21-43, we have one story and two miracles. One miracle is in favour of a socially and religiously prominent official, the other for a ‘nobody’. One of our characters in the miracle story has a name (Jarius) the … Continue reading

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