The two brothers are opposite sides of the same coin. While the younger son thought his identity was lost by his bad works, the older thought his identity was preserved by his good works. Both were wrong. Identity is independent of works. Identity is a matter of grace.
We will now share our vision board for 2021, and as the Holy Spirit leads you, hold fast to any or all of the words, promises and instructions we received for this year!
Excellence and holiness must become synonymous to us. We excel not only in our work, but in acts of charity towards our neighbours. Daniel stood before Kings. So did Abraham, Moses, Joseph, Paul and Jesus. They could not have done this if they did not strike the right balance between inward character and outward actions.
Truth is the daughter of time. If we knew it all, there would be no need for faith. We know in part, for God alone is all-knowing. We must be content in paths He chooses to reveal whilst trusting Him to lead us through paths unknown.
This is the appetite of excellence.
If God were to interview you for the job of working His Kingdom, would you pass the test? Join us as we study Daniel, one of the few well-known biblical characters about whom nothing negative is written. His life was characterized by faith, prayer, courage, consistency, and lack of compromise.
We’re wishing you all a happy new year on the first of February because we lowkey know January was a trial month right? yes or yes! And NOW that we’re all fully subscribed to the year that is 2019, I bid you welcome…
When Paul told the brethren in Thessalonica to “prove all things; hold fast that which is good,” it was groundbreaking advice, and it is more needful than ever for the Church of God in these end times! We have to test our beliefs individually and as a community, continually and rigorously against the only standard that counts—the Bible (Acts 5:29).
I don’t know what challenge you’re facing, but I do know Christ, and He is greater than any challenge. Perhaps, you need to be reminded of this…
It’s a fact that there’s no religion without prayer. While many religions have set and definite times for prayer, Christianity does not. Instead, we are given the command to pray without ceasing.
No matter where you are in the world I’m sure it isn’t 100% free of violent crime and mass deaths. There’s always that minimum of 0.1% suffering affecting someone’s life somewhere.