DON’T LOSE HEART

Saturday: November 14, 2020 Luke 18:1 Then He spoke a parable to them, that men always ought to pray and not lose heart, To lose heart is a phrase associated with 'to despair, to become discouraged, or to lose interest in something and so stop believing because it may not be progressing at the pace... Continue Reading →

IT’S SIMPLY CALLED LOVE

Friday: November 13, 2020 A precious memory 2 John 1:5 Dear lady, I am now requesting of you that we all continue to love one another. It is not as though I am writing to give you a new commandment, but one that we have had from the beginning. Often times, we want to do... Continue Reading →

IF THEY WERE YOUR LAST

Thursday: November 12, 2020 I woke up this morning with a question in mind and hearing about the unexpected demise of one of the past presidents back home, this question even sounded louder. Here goes: 'if you were aware that time would permanently come to stop after the next action you take, will there be... Continue Reading →

A PLACE FOR GRATITUDE

Wednesday: November 11, 2020 Luke 17:18-19 Jesus spoke up, "There were ten who were healed; where are the other nine? Why is this foreigner the only one who came back to give thanks to God?" There were encounters where people who offered to follow Jesus after being healed were turned away to return to their... Continue Reading →

WHAT COUNTS AS SUCCESS?

Tuesday: November 10, 2020 Plymouth athletics track In the same 100m race, criteria for success may differ from athlete to athlete. For an athlete with a personal best of 10.8 seconds, a 10.2s time would be success.For another whose best placed has been 5th, placing 3rd would be successFor another, increasing their foot speed from... Continue Reading →

DISCERN PLACE AND PURPOSE

Monday: November 9, 2020 Church of Saint Anthony of Padua, Prague John 2:16 To those selling doves He said, “Get these out of here! How dare you turn My Father’s house into a marketplace! While sometimes it isn't so obvious, the names of certain places often give an indication of what ought to be occuring... Continue Reading →

LESSONS FROM THE FOOLISH FIVE

Sunday: November 8, 2020 Matthew 25:1-2 "At that time the kingdom of heaven will be like ten virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom.  Five of them were foolish and five were wise" Many people upon reading today's text lean straight away to the 'wise team of five' because of... Continue Reading →

CHECK THE BUILDING BLOCKS

Solo Flight (sculpture), First avenue-Harlow Saturday: November 7, 2020 Luke 16:10 Anyone who can be trusted in little matters can also be trusted in important matters. But anyone who is dishonest in little matters will be dishonest in important matters. Regardless of how grand a structure is, very few if any, stand as one piece.... Continue Reading →

DON’T BURN BRIDGES

Friday: November 6, 2020 Sydney Harbour Bridge Luke 16:4 I know what I'll do so that, when I lose my job here, people will welcome me into their houses.' It is interesting how the steward in today's Gospel chose to act after he was given notice to render accounts which was to be followed likely... Continue Reading →

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