Molly is almost fourteen months old now. She reminds me of Abraham. When God called Abraham to leave his home country and go to a land He would show him, Abraham didn’t know God but he went as God instructed him. It took him many years and many mistakes and times of mistrust to get to know God. When the …Continue reading →

Carefree, But Not Careless

CAREFREE, BUT NOT CARELESS Carefree is the attitude of a child. Why is it possible for a child to be carefree in the world we live in? Is it not because children leave all their cares to daddy while they simply enjoy life? Is it possible that God’s children can live carefree lives in spite of the turmoil around us? …Continue reading →

Prayer And Obedience

PRAYER AND OBEDIENCE This leads to our fourth important attitude towards God as we engage with Him in prayer – obedience. God rates obedience above everything else because obedience encompasses all the other right attitudes we need to have towards Him. Obedience is the ultimate evidence of our holy fear of the Lord. Again Jesus is our model. During the …Continue reading →

Like a Child

Dear Family Quite often in the Scriptures, we find patterns of thought which are so contrary to the way we see things. We read stuff and wonder what on earth God was thinking to say what He does. For example, read this crazy stuff from Luke 6:34 & 35: “And if you lend to those from whom you expect repayment, …Continue reading →

Persistent Faith

PERSISTENT FAITH “Jesus told them a story showing that it was necessary for them to pray constantly and never quit. He said, “There was once a judge in some city who never gave God a thought and cared nothing for people. A widow in that city kept after him. ‘My rights are being violated. Protect me.’ ….After this went on …Continue reading →

How Much Faith Do You Need?

HOW MUCH FAITH DO YOU NEED? “The apostles came up and said to the Master, ‘Give us more faith.’ But the Master said, ‘You don’t need more faith. There is no ‘more’ or ‘less’ in faith. If you have a bare kernel of faith, say the size of a mustard seed, you could say to this sycamore tree, ‘Go jump …Continue reading →