How confident are you in the glorious Promises of God which Paul says are all Yes in Christ. Isaiah 60-62 contain a huge amount of promises which are good news to the exiles, good news for us and good news for the entire world. Check out my latest instalment from my Far From Home series…
There are times when everyone needs comfort and for God’s people, exile was most definitely one of those times. Isaiah 40-55 is full of encouragement, because it is filled top to bottom with the promises of God – promises which are still being worked out in and through our lives…
We love God’s promises in Jeremiah to give His people a future and a hope. These promises appear in the top 10 Bible verses in the world! What’s really interesting is that these promises were given to those facing 70 years of exile in Babylon. Check out my latest blog to find out more
Daniel & his friends are taken into exile and face a rigorous training programme designed to assimilate them into the Babylonian culture. But rather than conform, they resolve not to compromise on a raft of issues that conflict with their faith in God.
Exile is a part of the Bible from start to finish. In particular, the exile of Judah to Babylon stands as a pivotal moment in the history of God’s people. In the New Testament, God’s people are once again described as exiles in the sense that this world is not our true home
Reflections on the life of Edvin Bolstad who passed away last week aged 81. He was a dear friend, mentor, encourager and brother in Christ. We will miss him greatly and are are so grateful for all he poured into us.
In part 9 of #BreakingtheMould we tackle the question of what is the need of the hour. For Jesus the answer is all about people willing to step up and step out
NEW POST including reflections on what is now a decade since we lost our dear friend James Witham
Often we do not find it easy to believe in Jesus. In Matthew 8-9 we have all sorts of examples of people acting in faith, in fear and in doubt. These stories are hugely encouraging for us as we look to God to continue to work miracles in our own lives.
This final post examines Ezekiel’s vision of the river of life which will one day flow from the temple. It is the remarkable picture of how God brings life and vitality to His people