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Weekly Word: The Rock that gives living water

12th October 2018
When you are in the wilderness and very thirsty, you’ll drink anything. There are two occasions when the people of Israel are in the wilderness and complain of being thirsty: In Exodus 17:6 God tells Moses to strike a Rock, and water flowed out for people to drink. Then in Numbers 20:8 God tells Moses […]

Weekly Word: The Dam in Kingdomland

5th October 2018
To start with it was just an idea. ‘Why don’t we build a dam across Eternallife River? Then we can make it go wherever we want it to!’ They got to work with plans and diagrams. At one time you would have seen bands of merry little people singing and dancing in the morning sunlight […]

Weekly Word: Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

28th September 2018
It’s hard when someone we love discards something truly precious for something cheap. Their bad choice is a travesty, it hurts. If we consider the beauty of God’s holiness: His justice, mercy, goodness and forgiveness, that’s exactly what idolatry is like to God. It breaks His heart. Romans 1:18-27 describes how our failure to honour […]

Weekly Word: Keep it Simple

21st September 2018
  Keep it simple. Do the important things well.

Weeky Word: Weep with those who weep

14th September 2018
“He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.” Revelation 21:4 One day, when God has created a new heaven and new earth, He will wipe away all of our tears. […]

Weekly Word: Redeem or Restore?

7th September 2018
Our current teaching theme is ‘Christ the redeemer’. It got me thinking: what’s the difference between ‘restoration’ and ‘redemption’? To restore is to re-establish, to bring back into existence. To redeem is to recover ownership by paying a price. So, should we be praying for restoration or redemption? Let’s pray for God to retake ownership […]

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