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Importance of the serving in the Local Church

Posted by on Apr 25, 2019 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

One of the few things that the Lord has been impressing upon my heart recently has been a passion for the expression of His body through the local church. This is not something new entirely, it’s something I have always sensed as very important. If you read Stewarding the Love of God, the last chapter ends with a call for doing church as a team. But perhaps a fresh call is needed. It is important for those who have been called to God through His grace to understand that God is very passionate about the church and its expression through...

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Another Trick from the devil: Lower expectations on God’s blessings for your life

Posted by on Jun 6, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Another Trick from the devil: Lower expectations on God’s blessings for your life

Are we buying into cleverly crafted arguments that lower our expectations of what God is able to do in our lives? Is this a copying mechanism so that we should not be frustrated when our prayers apparently go unanswered? Which one would you rather be: try to shoot for the stars or simply not shoot for anything at all?    ...

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Your Responses to my two books on Amazon

Posted by on Jan 3, 2018 in Outreach | 0 comments

I wish to express buckets of gratitude and appreciation to all of you who are ordering my two books ‘Receiving the Love of God‘ and ‘Stewarding the Love of God‘ from the Amazon Kindle Store, and especially to those of you who are taking time to email to let me know what you have liked about them. Importantly, some of you have even taken time to let me know what has not worked well in the books and have pointed out some typos. I really do appreciate this feedback. Your comments help my team and I sharpen the delivery of...

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Growing in Grace

Posted by on Mar 15, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Growing in Grace

The Bible calls on us to grow in grace and in the knowledge of Christ (2 Peter 3:18). In effect, it calls on us to take charge in the process of our growth. In my reading, the Bible seems to assume that we have some measure of influence on how we can grow. And I have seen this principle repeated in various passages of Scripture. However, when I speak about this reality to Christians, some of them quickly respond that spiritual growth is something that is not in their sphere of influence; it is God’s doing all the way. They immediately warn me...

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Happy New Year

Posted by on Jan 17, 2017 in Uplifting | 0 comments

Happy New Year 2017 to you and everyone else. I have a short important announcement to make for this year. We are going to launch our two-book series in a few weeks time. Those long-awaited books: Receiving the Love of God and Stewarding the Love of God. It is our hope and prayer that the twin launch will revolutionise the spiritual lives of those whom God has called. The other day, I had been plagued by doubts. I had been asking myself about whether it is alright to launch our ministry in the face of so many other very good ministries. In...

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The real reasons behind ‘go and sin no more’

Posted by on Apr 18, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The real reasons behind ‘go and sin no more’

When you read the words of Jesus: “go and sin no more,” there is a temptation to summarise that the Gospel is all about telling people to stop sinning. At other times, it appears to be about believing that Jesus says this because God is holy and wants us to be holy so that we can dwell with Him. There are also undertones of the threat of going to hell.   When I looked at these verses, however, I see a different pattern emerging when I approach them from the perspective of understanding God’s love for humankind....

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Recognising God’s voice in your life

Posted by on Feb 10, 2016 in God's voice | 0 comments

Recognising God’s voice in your life

A few months ago, while coming back from a 3 day seminar, my late night flight was delayed by an hour due to bad weather. Thankfully, the flight itself was smooth, and by about 2:30am, I was speeding home in a taxi after clearing through all airport formalities, thinking nothing could go wrong now. I was just looking forward to getting home to relax and rest. I realised the taxi driver was a bit chatty, talking about the weather and that sort of thing. I politely answered his questions, and explained where I was coming from and how my flight...

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The Good Samaritan’s 12 Question Tool

Posted by on Jan 17, 2016 in Doctrine | 0 comments

The Good Samaritan’s 12 Question Tool

Although giving in the Church has been getting bad publicity lately due to the behaviour of a few preachers and tele-evangelists, it is still central to our faith. God demonstrated His love by giving. God gave His only Son, Jesus, to love us and reconcile us to Himself. Giving therefore is a great deal in Christianity. It is especially important when you would like to learn how to steward God’s love in the world. In this respect, what specific kind of giving fits into the framework of God’s love for us? Well, I am going to share with...

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How to receive God’s love

Posted by on Jan 15, 2016 in Doctrine | 0 comments

I grew up thinking that receiving God’s love was complicated requiring a special kind of person and lots of determination. I thought that only some type of people could receive God’s love, and only after they worked so hard at it or got some kind of a break. Like an angelic visitation. I have discovered since that receiving God’s love is the easiest thing to do. It is all about knowing how much God loves. I have written a book, Receiving God’s Love. In it, I go into greater detail about how to receive God’s love....

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How Jesus processes our suffering

Posted by on Jan 7, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

How Jesus processes our suffering

In the Bible, the instance Jesus first encountered Saul of Tarsus shows us God’s true character. Saul, on orders of the High Priest, was on his way to Damascus to deal with a group of people who had fallen under what the religious establishment considered a dangerous heresy – the first Christians. In Acts 9:4b (NIV), Jesus appeared to Saul and said: “Saul! Saul! Why do you persecute me?” Notice that, although Saul had never met Jesus until this point, Jesus did not acknowledge the Christians Saul was persecuting. Instead, without...

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