Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 7:21, NIV).
Jesus Takes the Worry Out of Worship
By: Stephen McAlpine
I’ve taken the opportunity during an extended, and gloriously sunny, beachside holiday to plough through the Pentateuch.
Made For Heaven
When I go to prepare a place for you, I will return and take you to be with me so that where I am you will be too (John 14:3, CEB).
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By: Neri Morris
Who doesn’t love a little creative writing? I haven’t written this way in a while so it came as a bit of a surprise when I sat down to process something that had resurfaced in my life and this is what flowed. May its ambiguity and symbolism connect with your own story, those moments where something you thought was well and truly dead, resurfaces and you are paralysed by the loaded question of “one step forward or one step back?”
The Gospels and The Lord’s Prayer
By: Dr Desmond Ford
“This, then, is how you should pray: Continue reading “The Gospels and The Lord’s Prayer”
Don’t Be Half-Baked!
Ephraim compromises with the nations; he’s a half-baked cake (Hosea 7:8, ISV).
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You Can Be Completely Saved
How fully do you think you are saved right now? Do you think you’re 50% saved? Or perhaps you think you’re doing very nicely, and you think you’re 80% saved: almost there, really!
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I Am With You To Deliver You
Do not be afraid of their faces, For I am with you to deliver you (Jeremiah 1:8, NKJV).
Tandoori Spice Mix
By: Susan Joy
Tandoori spice mix is used to marinate chicken pieces for the very popular Indian dish, Tandoori Chicken. This spice mix consists of a variety of warm, smokey, aromatic spices. Continue reading “Tandoori Spice Mix”
The City and The City: Living In Formational And Worshiping Distance
By: Stephen McAlpine
In his novel The City and The City, English author China Mieville sets a murder mystery in two cities, Beszel and Ul Quoma. Bezsel is run down and grimy (think Eastern bloc 1970s), while Ul Quoma is all Singapore glitz and glam.
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