Sep
9
2015

Thirsting in the presence of water

This week’s post attempts to answer the question – are we truly seeing what is around us and what God has made available to us? The encouragement is taken from the story of Hagar in Genesis 21. Abraham had sent Hagar and Ishmael away with bread and water. Once this provision finished, the boy cried out to God: God heard the boy crying, and the angel of God called to Hagar from heaven and said […]

Aug
6
2015

Be a river, not a reservoir

I just couldn’t get these words out of my head, so I decided to write a post about them. I am not even sure whether I heard someone say this phrase or whether I read it in a book, nevertheless, I found myself meditating on it, so I decided to explore its meaning. Let’s start by considering the dictionary definition of these words before we think of the spiritual application. A reservoir essentially holds water […]

Jul
17
2015
God // God // Life

What are you taking to the throne room with you?

Towards the end of last year, I completed a self-evaluation questionnaire on discovering one’s purpose. Once I completed the questionnaire, there was one question that kept coming back to me over and over again. It was ‘what will you take to the throne room with you?’ In fact it was the background against which I wrote the first post of the year ‘2015 is a gift’. Over the past few months, this question has come […]

Jul
2
2015

Are you qualified to handle God’s wealth?

This week’s newsletter is a bit different. Its focus is not so much an article that will bless you but a call to action. Let me explain. For the past few years, I have studied many scriptural references to biblical wealth. In addition it is usually mentioned in one form or another on Sunday morning. There is a sense in which I had become over familiar with the subject. After some personal prophetic words last […]

Jun
2
2015

The connection between the blood of Jesus and good works

Sometimes you come across a scripture and you are either not sure you have read it before or you might not have paid much attention to it. I am not sure what category today’s scripture comes under – possibly both. I was researching the benefits of the blood when I stumbled across this scripture. Like many people, I understand the importance of the blood as it applies to forgiveness, redemption, protection, healing and even deliverance […]

May
20
2015

Nevertheless at your word…………………

We are all probably familiar with this scripture. This is an incident that took place during the time between Jesus’ resurrection and ascension when He appeared to His disciples who had been fishing all night and had caught nothing. Jesus instructs them to cast their net back into the sea. They explain that they have been fishing all night without success, but then say “Nevertheless at your word….” They would obey for His name’s sake. […]

Apr
24
2015

Do not share in the sins of others

And keep yourself pure and by default avoid the consequence of sin’. I have read my bible many times and know all about sin and its consequences but the scripture above was tucked away in 1 Timothy (5:22) – a book I had read many times before. We know about the consequences of sin and the fact that corrupt company corrupts good character (1 Corinthians 15:33) but I was amazed to see that the New […]

Mar
26
2015

The blessing of Obed-Edom

The blessings of Obed-Edom In the last post, we examined how God blessed the house of Obed-Edom during the three months that the ark of the Lord was in his house. The scripture is not silent on the type of blessings that Obed-Edom experienced, but first a little bit more history. When we first hear about Obed-Edom, he is living in a place called Kiron. By the time we read of him again, he is […]

Mar
18
2015

God blessed the house where the ark was

Today’s post is about a biblical character called Obed-Edom and his story is found in 2 Samuel 6. David wanted the ark of the Lord returned to Jerusalem, after it had been stolen by the Philistines. He sent some men to collect it from where the Philistines had left it. One of the men, Uzzah, in an attempt to stop the ark from falling, touched it and was struck down by God. Previously God had […]

Mar
3
2015

God looks beyond your mistakes into your destiny but……………

There are many things in the scriptures that make me aware of my humanity and this week’s post focuses on some of these. It amazes me how God speaks into our destiny though He knows we make mistakes, but there is a role that we need to play. Jesus knew that Peter was going to deny Him three times and even told Peter so (Matthew 26:34, 69-75). Even after Peter disowned Jesus, Jesus still came […]

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