Today’s thought “Counted worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 28)

Today’s thought “Counted worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 28) We ponder the reactions of the disciples, now called Apostles, that we read about in Acts 5 today. Their success in preaching and in using the undoubted and obvious powers of the Holy Spirit to heal was having a wide impact; “people also gathered from the… Read More Today’s thought “Counted worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 28)

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Today’s thought “They lifted up their voices … and said” (April 27)

Today’s thought “They lifted up their voices … and said” (April 27) The disciples of Jesus, now called apostles, have been transformed! They are full and overflowing with faith, they have clearness of vision! We are reading of this today in Acts 3 and 4. The “rulers, elders and scribes” in Jerusalem are perplexed, their… Read More Today’s thought “They lifted up their voices … and said” (April 27)

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Today’s thought “A new commandment” (April 20)

Today’s thought “A new commandment” (April 20) The two chapters (13 & 14) we read today in John’s gospel are two of the most thought challenging chapters in the whole of the Bible. Jesus is giving his disciples an intense personal exhortation. These provide us with hours of study and meditation. John, the “disciple whom… Read More Today’s thought “A new commandment” (April 20)

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Today’s thought “Who then is this?” (February 8)

Today’s thought “Who then is this?” (February 8) We all have probably had the experience of suddenly seeing another side of friend’s character that we did not know existed. We then wonder what kind of person they really are! Hopefully these are good things we see, but sadly, that is not always the case. Now… Read More Today’s thought “Who then is this?” (February 8)

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Today’s thought “Worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 28)

Today’s thought “Worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 28) Deuteronomy 15, Ecclesiastes 7, Acts 5,6 We continue reading the laws which Moses set out in great detail for the people who would become a functioning nation in the promised land they were about to enter. These laws challenge our thinking, seeing they are divinely ordained laws –… Read More Today’s thought “Worthy to suffer dishonour” (April 28)

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Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #5 Not law binding

Sabbath law binding on followers of Christ or not There are several Christians who say Christians should keep the 7th day holy and as such should be not working on Sunday and holding a service on Sunday. They forget that Sunday is the 8th day of the week or the 1st day of a new… Read More Why we do not keep to a Sabbath or a Sunday or Lord’s Day #5 Not law binding

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Maintaining unity of Spirit in the bond of peace becoming one with God

Before Jesus people had to do with the scrolls with the Torah (Law) Nebim (Prophets)and Kethubim aleph (writings). the followers of Jesus wrote new books or Messianic scriptures, the Kethubim Bet. They are given to us for making it easier to recognise the Messiah and to have a better insight in the Plan of God.… Read More Maintaining unity of Spirit in the bond of peace becoming one with God

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