If God is all loving, why do we have to wait in times of trial and suffering? Why does He ignore our cry, “How long will you forget me?”
If we say yes to Christ we open the door to the Holy Spirit. He moves within us enabling our transformation in Christ: the armour of God.
Paul, was transitioned from persecutor to persecuted when God transformed his identity from self-righteous Jew, to Servant of Christ.
A central icon for Christmas is the baby; an innocent gift to the world. But this gift threatens all we know.
Whether your working, walking or warring, make sure you haven’t just packed your boots of peace, fit them to your feet.
Blood, sacrifice and the ritual of Leviticus has changed, but the gravity of holy sacrifice remains.
Behind the tedious lists of Leviticus we find a contemporary instruction manual from a Holy God.
Our God does not play favourites, He offers an impartial invitation to all.
Another paradox of God; to live, first we must die. Every day … today, is a time to die.