3 vital steps to ensure a healthy heart

2017-09-22T00:54:45+02:00 July 25th, 2016|Categories: Forgiveness, Heart Issues, Spiritual Growth|Tags: , , , |

I love being with happy people! There is something so contagious about their joyful and fun filled lives. On the other hand, I avoid the company of miserable and bitter people. They are not pleasant to be around. Why? Because generally they are full of complaints, their countenance is dark and they exude an atmosphere [...]

Bible reading—a vital spiritual discipline

2017-12-08T10:43:32+02:00 March 11th, 2016|Categories: Bible Reading, Bible Study, Hearing God, Spiritual Growth, Time with God, Waiting on God|Tags: , , , , , , , |

All occupations have certain disciplines that go with being good at what you do. For example, anyone involved in the medical profession develops the discipline of regularly washing their hands! (One should hope so!) There are personal disciplines too, which if not developed, can result in disastrous consequences; the discipline of brushing your teeth before [...]

5 exercises to help build your spiritual muscles

2016-08-10T18:22:42+02:00 January 22nd, 2016|Categories: Christian Service, Devotionals, Goals, Heart Issues, Mentoring, Ministry, Prayer, Serving, Sharing Your Faith, Spiritual Growth, Time with God, Waiting on God|Tags: , , , , , , , |

“I’m beginning to think it’s impossible to live a successful Christian life!” Jennifer exclaimed after a long, stressful day. “I get so discouraged. When I worship with other believers, I feel joyful and right with God. Then a new week begins with work, kids, problems, and ‘poof!’ – I’m back to the old Jennifer. Why [...]

The dark side of me!

2016-07-13T13:20:17+02:00 March 13th, 2015|Categories: Forgiveness, Heart Issues, Obedience, Overcoming, Relationships, Spiritual Growth, The Sinful Nature|Tags: , , , , , |

I know what people generally see in me and I am acutely aware of what they don’t! As a rule people don't see the dark side of my life. It is not that I am intentional about hiding aspects of my life—I simply don't want people to see the dismal side of me that sometimes [...]

Weak hands and feeble knees

2016-07-29T00:32:40+02:00 March 10th, 2015|Categories: Confidence, Devotionals, Spiritual Growth|Tags: , , , , |

What one word whispered to God would overcome my weak hands and feeble knees—one word that would represent my relationship with God and the people around me? What word would be painted on the waving banner held high as I march forward? What would help me cope with anything that crashes into my path, leaving [...]

Old-fashioned words

2016-07-23T22:35:33+02:00 September 17th, 2014|Categories: Devotionals, Faith, Heart Issues, Spiritual Growth|Tags: , , , , , , |

Isn’t it strange how words are used for a long period of time, and then become unfashionable and are seldom heard of again? Words like chaste and cavalier, abomination and zealot. 2 Peter 1:5 says: Make every effort to add to your faith moral excellence, and to moral excellence knowledge. 'Excellence' is a word we hear [...]

A living, loving relationship

2016-07-23T01:20:21+02:00 July 25th, 2014|Categories: Friendship, Heart Issues, Relationships, Spiritual Growth|Tags: , , , , |

 We cannot go through life without good relationships. We are born into a family, and our relationship with our parents is our mainstay as we grow from childhood to adulthood. Through our formative years we make friends with those we meet at school, or Sunday School, or through our sporting activities. We may bond with [...]

How to journey with God (and why you should)

2016-07-22T20:39:41+02:00 June 29th, 2014|Categories: Bible Reading, Devotionals, Spiritual Growth, Time with God|Tags: , , , , |

From the moment we feel a stirring in our hearts towards God a lifelong journey of discovery takes hold of us I encourage you to seek God, for His love for you, His child, is the most exciting, life-changing discovery you can make. Life is meant to be lived to the full, though many of [...]


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