Tag Archive | "Blessing"

An Irrepressible Prosperity

Thursday, May 30, 2013


From the beginning, God has wanted his creation to prosper – to be fruitful and to multiply. And while there may be seasons of fruitfulness, prosperity ultimately does not need an appointed time. Or circumstance.

Healing 1: A Blood Bought Right?

Tuesday, March 12, 2013


Recently I had the privilege to pray for 2 people with cancer. Listening to both of them speaking about God and their disease, I really felt led to write about this topic: is healing a blood-bought right of a Christian, because of Jesus’ work on the cross? We read in Isaiah 53:4-5  (NKJV) v4 Surely He […]

More Than A Crumb

Tuesday, January 8, 2013


A centurion and a Canaanite woman were commended by Jesus as people who had great faith. These people were not Israelites – and Jesus was ‘sent only to the lost sheep of Israel’ (Mt 15:24, NIV) – yet they were able to obtain a measure of God’s favour. We, on the other hand, have so much more.



    A Question of Law

    Fri, Apr 12, 2013


    In a dispensation of grace, what kind of law – including penalties and punishments – should Christians apply among themselves?

    And with the separation of Church and State, what kind of law should Christians promote for their country, that would govern both Christians and non-Christians?


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