Jan
17
2013

This is powerful and beyond comprehension!

I have heard many sermons on the authority of God and have in the main embraced a lot of what I had heard. However, I read something recently that expanded my knowledge of God’s authority and this made me realise that there is a lot more to the topic. My insight this week is from Zechariah 3:3-5. Now Joshua was clothed with filthy garments, and was standing before the Angel. Then He answered and spoke […]

Jan
8
2013

Do you question inspirational quotes?

A happy and prosperous new year to you and thank you again for the opportunity to service you again this year. Recently, I heard a preacher say  ‘I am not called to be successful but to be fruitful, as at the end of my life, I want to hear the words ‘well done, good and faithful servant and not ‘well done, good and successful servant’.  Initially I gave mental consent to the statement as a […]

Dec
12
2012

What is your cause?

This week’s post is familiar truth and falls under the category of things that we need to be reminded of once in a while. Recently, when reading a book on prayer, I was suddenly struck by these three words ‘For this reason’, written by the Apostle Paul and recorded in Ephesians 3:14 -15’. In fact the full reference is ‘For this reason, I bow my knees to the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ’. Paul […]

Dec
8
2012

This can be difficult sometimes!

Increasingly, I have found my thoughts returning to this scripture in Matthew 5:44-45 – “ I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you and persecute you, that you may be sons of your Father in heaven”. These scriptures illustrate four categories of what people can do to us and we all experience them at one point […]

Nov
23
2012

It’s one thing to pray, it’s another to hear God

In my last post, I discussed how David feigned madness before Achish, the King of Gath, as he was trying to get away from Saul. Achish, however sent him away (1 Samuel 21:10-13). As I began to read the story of David from the incident recorded in 1 Samuel 21. I noticed one significant fact. From this story onwards, we read the words ‘And David enquired of the Lord’, whenever he faced a difficult situation […]

Nov
13
2012

Did you know this was in the bible?

I had to double check that what I had just read. David, the hero of Israel, one of God’s mighty men had feigned insanity. Could this be the same David who had fought Goliath, the one described as the man after God’s own heart and who had spent years in the wilderness writing the psalms (1 Samuel 21:10-13) So what made such a great man behave like a madman! To really appreciate the impact of […]

Nov
4
2012

Why did it have to be daily?

  Over the past few weeks, my mind has been wrestling with a question: why was manna produced daily? I know what the obvious answer is – that God wanted the Israelites to depend upon Him for their daily provision. But still my mind wrestled until one day I stumbled upon the answer that satisfied and amazed me. Yes, it was to do with daily dependence upon God, but it also had another deeper significance. […]

Oct
15
2012

Welcomed with open hands!

In the last post, I discussed a personal revelation where God showed me that He is not far away as we sometimes think. I mentioned that we are assured of God’s presence every time we pray. If you haven’t had a chance to read that blog, I suggest you do to get a better context for this blog. Sometimes, we need to ask ourselves the question, why do we feel God is not near. Rereading […]

Sep
19
2012

Our Father, who art in…..

Our Father, who art in…..   This is one of those deeply personal messages that I wouldn’t have wanted to share publicly but the more I think about it, the more I am convinced that the truth shared in this article resonates with all of us. Whether this is a truth you already experience or not, I pray that this will be a fresh revelation for all of us. A few weeks ago, I started […]

Aug
31
2012

What I learnt from the Olympics (4)

It’s okay to give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done Last week, I posted 3 to 4 articles on what I learnt from the Olympics. I hope to post a few more over the next week or so. ‘Great, wasn’t it’ was the opening sentence of the special edition that London’s Financial Times following the end of the Olympics. That sentence pretty much summed up the mood of the nation […]

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