5 July, 2020
As Luke recounts Jesus parable of the sower, we can ask ourselves the following: “Am I sowing the good news of Jesus?”.
28 June, 2020
Jesus advances His kingdom through the preaching of the good news. Those who were saved became loyal supporters of His ministry, of which were many women.
21 June, 2020
As a sinful woman pours out her love on Jesus by anointing his feet, Jesus reveals that those who are forgiven much, love much. If understand how much we need forgiveness, we will pour out our love on Jesus.
14 June, 2020
John the Baptist had a ministry of preparing the way for Jesus. We have people in our lives whom God has used to speak into our lives, to refine us and purify us. Let us receive what God has for us and allow Him to refine us to be more and more like Jesus.
6 June, 2020
John the Baptist sends his servants to go and ask Jesus if He truly is the Messiah, and Jesus responds by demonstrating His power in front of them. “Blessed is the one who does not fall away on account of me”.
31 May, 2020
The day of Pentecost is the third vital historical event following Christmas and Easter that reminds us of the wonderful truths that make up the new covenant, which God has established through his son the Lord Jesus Christ. Today we reflect upon Jesus’ encounter with a widow whose only son has died, and discover the […]
24 May, 2020
As the Centurion saw who Jesus really was, he was able to respond with faith, even faith that Jesus marvelled at. We need to set our eyes on Jesus, so we can see who He really is, and have faith in Him.
17 May, 2020
As Christians, we are called to come to God, listen to what He says, and then put it into practice. When we don’t put what God says into practice, we fall short of obeying God. James puts it this way: “Faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.” James 2:17
10 May, 2020
God created the most beautiful world simply by speaking. He made us all in His image and purposed us to use our words for the advance of His kingdom. The words that come out of our mouths are powerful. As sinners, we all have spoken in destructive ways. God sent Jesus so we could be […]
3 May, 2020
Often we find it easy to see other people’s sin whilst remaining oblivious to our own. Jesus recognises this and calls us to remove the “logs” from our own eyes, for only when we have dealt with our own issues can we see properly to help remove the “specks” from others.