The book of Hosea is quoted more times in the New Testament than any other Minor Prophet, and introduces us to the concept of God as a bridegroom, married to his people.
We know very little about the prophet Habakkuk, but he opens with some honest questions to God; questions which he knows are from a man’s perspective, limited in knowledge and understanding.
Acts, part 6. Looking at the story of Ananias and Sapphira and the fear of God that gripped the community in its wake.
Joshua Generation, part 6. Chapters 7 & 8 are tough and have to be walked through carefully. Through them we see the mercy and grace of God to those that are willing to repent. But we also see the holiness … Continue reading “Nothing is Hidden”
Joshua Generation, part 2. Looking at how the story of Rahab reveals the mercy, grace and forgiveness of God.
Colossians, part 2. The Lordship of Christ always produces new life to you as a believer. He doesn’t leave you as one that is dead—he causes you to be alive in him.
Colossians, part 1. Everything is built on the fact that Jesus is our Lord. It’s something we should never fall away from, and is the very essence of our community.
Incomparable, part 9. Jesus came to bridge the gap between God and us, to restore what was once a perfect relationship, but was broken by sin and rebellion.
Incomparable, part 8. Looking at Exodus 17 where God’s people are attacked. They are called to remember all the past victories God has won, and realise that only He can deliver them.