Category Archives: Christianity

A regular new year

It is strange to think That while a big deal is made   Of the transition of one year to another It is nothing but a day turning to night to day. Just like it always has been and always … Continue reading

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1 Corinthians 13 for Mommies

If I give impressive advice, but have no love, I am only an annoying background noise. If I bake fancy cookies and cakes, distribute to my neighbors, but have no love, I am only a chef baker. If I attend … Continue reading

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Faith brings confidence when knowledge creates doubt

Key verse: “Then Jesus answered her, “O woman, great is your faith! Be it done for you as you desire.” And her daughter was healed instantly.” Matthew 15: 28 I wish Jesus could say to me “O Woman, great is … Continue reading

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In His Steps- Charles M Sheldon

What would Jesus do? The event of a young man asking help from the church community, receiving none, and subsequently dying, makes the pastor of a church rethink what it means to be a Christian. He realises that if he … Continue reading

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Hidden Sorrow, Lasting Joy- Anneke Companjen

The forgotten women of the persecuted church Vietnam: Hanh Ly was allowed to see her husband for 15 minutes a month, that is – if she was lucky. The prison authorities did their best to make anyone visiting their family … Continue reading

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Somebody lost a someone just now

“Man is like a mere breath; His days are like a passing shadow.” Psalm 144:4 He was a father, a husband, a friend. She was a sister, a believer, a soul mate. I hold the dead little sparrow that had … Continue reading

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Deliver us from Evil- Ravi Zacharias

Deliver us from Evil- Ravi Zacharias I literally picked up the book by its cover, which displays the famous painting by Edvard Munch entitled “Scream”. Why is there so much evil in this world? Is God at fault? I was … Continue reading

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It’s my turn – Ruth Bell Graham

I picked up this book out of curiosity. I wondered what this famous preacher’s wife said about managing a home of 5 children mostly on her own, while her husband was travelling the world. I expected serious, deep theological advice, … Continue reading

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Guilty and Charged

I completely realized that what I had done was wrong. I would have felt better if I hadn’t. It would have felt good to justify myself and blame the other person. But didn’t want to. I felt remorseful, pained and … Continue reading

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I wonder if you’re hurting tonight.

“not all scars show, not all wounds heal, sometimes you can’t see the pain, that someone feels.” – anon I couldn’t stand another story of miraculous healing, cured illness or transformed relationship. While those seemed to happen in other’s lives, … Continue reading

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