1: Follow God – there is nothing you can do that is bad enough to make God hate you. His love does not depend on your actions 2: Keep short tabs with God – Communicate with God every day, read the bible, tell Him the things you have done wrong, try to get to know… Continue reading The Bad Boy Turned Good 8 Step Survival Plan
Good Afternoon Suicide is rarely a spur of the moment decision. In the days and hours before people kill themselves, there are usually clues and warning signs. The strongest and most disturbing signs are verbal – ‘I can’t go on,’ ‘Nothing matters any more’ or even ‘I’m thinking of ending it all.’ Such remarks should… Continue reading Suicide – Not A Spur Of The Moment Decision
Learning so much today while on the train… love getting into the word. The kingdom of heaven is a precious gracious gift, yet it is so costly. It can cost us one or all of our earthly possessions (see Mark10:21) our friends our families or even our lives (see Luke 14:26) but whatever the cost… Continue reading Priceless Value – The Pearl of Great Price
Luke 15.11-12 Parable of the Prodigal son Was reading this parable again tonight and probably realised this point for the first time…. The reason the son returns home is to EAT not to reconcile with his father. The son is not repentant at this stage. The spiel he was preparing to give to his father… Continue reading The Prodigal Son
Living in average life is easy but it is not fulfilling. God created you to live a life of purpose, much more that what you think you are capable of. He also promised you the strength and tools to fulfil your purpose. I am thinking some of you are saying “that’s not me, I am… Continue reading Are you Living Courageously or Cautiously?
God will not allow a storm to come into your life, unless He has a purpose. God doesn’t send them. Although it may seem like a difficult time, this storm will help you grow. During the times of trial, we often don’t see this, but God has a way. God will bring out the potential… Continue reading The God Who Never Fails