Love is Always Patient – Part 2
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Love is Always Patient – Part 2

In my last article I was talking about patience. Our scriptural basis was in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7.  The bible talks about love being patient but in different versions for example in the New King James version it says that love suffers long. Exodus 34:6 says “And the Lord passed before him and proclaimed, “The Lord,...

Love is Always Patient – Part 1
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Love is Always Patient – Part 1

The way we see love and the way God sees love is VERY different. Reading 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 is a reminder of real love and it’s also a checklist of how we should treat others. Love has many attributes; “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is...

The Best Defence Against Offence
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The Best Defence Against Offence

Every person, young or old, man or woman get offended. Not just once or twice but many times. It is something that will definitely occur, but my question is ‘what do we do with it?’ Do we surrender it at the feet of the Lord and Master Jesus Christ? Or do we allow it to...

Encouragement
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Encouragement

For those of you reading this article Happy New Year and welcome to 2014! I pray that this year will be like none you have ever experienced before and that your relationship with Christ will grow closer and closer. Please I urge you don’t set this as a new year’s resolution but rather as a...

The Special Gift!
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The Special Gift!

The 25th of December is marked down in every diary of a new year as Christmas Day; a day of celebration, jubilation and excitement. I remember growing up so excited for that special day. I would count down the days until it finally arrived with my eyes beaming and thinking of all the wonderful delicious...

Give, Give and Give a bit more
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Give, Give and Give a bit more

John 3:16 says “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life.” (NKJV) What a verse! What love shown! Whenever I ponder over this verse, I just marvel and begin to think about the two characteristics which I’m drawn...

The Family Project – Part 2
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The Family Project – Part 2

In my last article I finished mentioning Acts 4:32 and commented that “We are family, we are one.” I began to think and picture how the church looked in Acts 4 – meeting in different houses, sharing with one another and walking in one accord, but I remembered one thing, they too were humans they...

Diverse Nations United
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Diverse Nations United

United is a word used to describe collective togetherness. When Jesus gave out the command of the Great Commission, He urged the disciples to go out into every nation making disciples (Matthew 28:19). Churches around the world are filled with a diverse multitude of members coming from different nations. From the wet and windy England...

The Family Project – Part 1.
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The Family Project – Part 1.

In school I loved projects, whether it was science, history or geography; I was intrigued by the idea of drawing information from different sources and outlets and putting it all together to produce a grandmaster piece. Just like when a horologist is finished with his great design (by the way a horologist is just a...

The Ongoing Journey
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The Ongoing Journey

This summer, many of us will be jetting off to various exotic countries to enjoy a well deserved summer holiday, alone or with the family. It could be a day trip to Blackpool or a weekend away in France. When travelling, we always ask ourselves the age old question, “did I remember my passport?” For...