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Principles of healing

Sickness is not from God.  God is very clear on this, in Exodus 15:26 He said, “I am the LORD, who heals you.”  Jesus is the same:

At sunset, the people brought to Jesus all who had various kinds of sickness, and laying his hands on each one, he healed them (Luke 4:40.)  Read on...

Living as His chosen people

Yes, you are God’s chosen people; yes you are holy; yes you are dearly loved. These three things are true, not because of your own righteousness or your own perfection. These three things are true because of the unmerited grace of God.  Read on...

A Word of encouragement for all churches

In a time of worship today during the meeting, seeking God for direction for the church, we sang a song called “You raise me up”, which finishes with the line, “You raise me up to more than I can be.”  I felt God ask the church the question, “You sing those words, but why do you not believe them?”

God was clearly saying that we limit what He wants to do through us, by what we believe we can do.  His ways are not our ways and His thoughts are not our thoughts, so why do we believe that our ways are the best.  His scripture in Jeremiah 29:11 says, ‘For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.’

Instead, we limit ourselves to what we can imagine and reject the things that He wants to perform through us.  I believe that God wants us to free our minds from our man-made limitations and set ourselves on a path to see the goodness of the Lord in our lives.  In short, we need to be more like King David who said, “I would have lost heart, unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living.”  Psalm 27:13.

Psalm 40

This Psalm begins with tremendous instruction to the children of Israel that is easy to miss because of the way that some modern bible translators lay out the words.  Read on...

Psalm 23

There are times in my life when a piece of God’s scripture becomes alive and I live with it day by day getting inspiration and fresh revelation of its deep relevance to everything I do. Then God asks me to share what He is saying to me so that others can be inspired as well. Our God is not a selfish God. He loves sharing His word so that you and I might know Him better.  Read on...

From one unique person to another

This is a letter from one unique person to another.  Whether only one person reads it or a hundred, a thousand or a million every single reader is a person whether male or female, pastor, preacher, member of a congregation, old or young it makes no difference everyone is uniquely made by God. There are no replications.  Read on...

The first miracle

There is something very special about the first miracle that Jesus did and we can find out about this in the Gospel of John beginning in chapter 2.  Read on...

Yes, you can lose your salvation

I think, probably just like you, that I would like to believe that my salvation is secure in the hands of Jesus Christ and cannot be lost.  However, when I read the bible, I have not yet found anywhere that tells me I cannot lose my salvation but I have found many places that tell me I can.  So in truth, my answer to you is, Yes! I do believe we can lose our salvation. 

I do not think it is so much a question of our Father revoking our salvation, rather a question of us losing it.  Read on...

Why are there four Gospels?

Have you ever wondered why there are four Gospels in the bible? I have heard many people come up with reasons why the four versions of the life of Jesus are there. The most reasonable answer is that people see things different ways and therefore, they would naturally tell the stories differently, from their own perspective.

In truth, I can find nothing wrong with this reasoning and it is, in fact, wholly true. However, there is more to this than just how people see things and tell their stories. Read on...

Serve God in sincerity and truth

This is what Joshua said in his final address to the people. This was not something to be said before he had done anything; before he had built a reputation as a good leader of people. Rather, at the end of his life when he had led his people and demonstrated his ability, his humility, and his faithfulness in serving God. This was a man, one hundred and ten years old, giving a farewell address to his people and giving them instructions of how to continue to live in the presence of God. Read on...