If people choose to do God’s will, they will see that Jesus’ teaching has authority and comes from God.
The Holy Spirit and the Words of Jesus gives us life. They are a reason to be thankful and hopeful. No one is beyond God’s reach.
Genesis 41:41-57 shows that dealing with success can be just as great a problem as dealing with trials and difficulties. The culture we live in seeks to pressure us to compromise. We need to remember that God is the source of all our blessings.
Dear Friends, John 6:41-60 is about the unbelief of the Jews. Last week, the crowds sought Jesus for the wrong reasons – for physical food and to make Him a political leader – but the reason the Jewish leaders reject Jesus is different. They understand His claims that He has come from God and they […]
Dear Friends, In Genesis 41:1-40, we see that, after a long wait of 11 years, the dreams from Genesis 37 stating that Joseph would be a leader and have prominence are beginning to come to fruition. It is a reminder of the need to be patient in regard to God’s timing. One of the highlights […]
In John 6:25-40, Jesus explains the need to work for bread that endures to eternal life. He is the source of this bread of life.
Dear Friends, In John 6:1-15, we encounter another sign of Jesus – the feeding of the 5000 – which is loaded with meaning. One of the interesting aspects of God’s Word is that we are given not only the event which happened but also the clues for how to understand the meaning of the event. […]
Dear Friends, In Genesis 38:1-30, we learn more about another one of Jacob’s sons: Judah. Judah is the father of the tribe to which Jesus is born. In Chapter 38 though, this dynasty is under threat because Judah is failing to fulfil his covenantal obligations to ensure his family produces an heir. This is one […]
Dear Friends, In Genesis 37:12-36, there are some important Christian truths which emerge that are very important to grasp. Joseph is sent by his father to see if all is well with his brothers. He goes to Shechem but doesn’t find them there. Instead, a stranger meets him who explains that his brothers have gone […]
Dear Friends, In John 5:19-30, Jesus responds to the rebukes of the Jewish leaders who think that He is overstepping the mark by calling God His own Father. They rightly saw that Jesus was claiming a unique relationship with God. He explains the uniqueness of this relationship in this passage. He and the Father are […]