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2018/06/13

At 4, I convinced my dad I was ready to cycle the big-boy bike. I sat on the cross-bar and peddled while he held the saddle and ran next to me. Faster and faster we went. This was a piece of cake, until I realised that he was no longer holding the bike and was way, way behind me. Only problem was the T-Junction ahead and I had not learnt about brakes.

See Matthew 14:22-33 (http://bit.ly/2pPqrv5)

What is important is not that Peter sank, but that even with a little faith, he was the only Disciple to walk on water. The others only watched.

#faithworks
#doctER

2018/05/31

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Matthew Mole – It’s Simple Child

We live in a world which complicates and confuses truth. Matthew Mole sings “Because I – I believe in such a faith, Strong enough that it will break these, Worldly intentions and make a change”. These are simple lyrics. He believes in a faith which makes change in the world!

Romans 10:9 (http://bit.ly/2r9F0dD) simplifies the core of the Christian faith to declaring Christ as Lord and believing it in your hearts. This morning I urge you to ask God to reveal this truth to your heart. Make this ‘heart belief’ of Christ as Lord the soundtrack of your life.

#yoursoundtrack
#MattG

2018/05/29

God sees us as Saints – who make mistakes.
Someone who is holding onto the life, death and resurrection of Jesus is a saint. God sees someone who believes in Him as a saint. Does God see you as a saint?

If you are a saint you will know that even saints sin. Saints make mistakes. This is true. But we are holy and blameless before God because of what He has done by living, dying and rising from the dead. This has nothing to do with us.

Read 1 Peter 1:2 here –http://bit.ly/2Hv6J3B

Even if I don’t feel like a saint, in Christ I stand justified, righteous, holy, blameless and pure.

#Godsviewofyou
#CrazyDave

2018/05/24

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Silence – Marshmello

The singer seems to find themselves without proper peace and a desperation for something more, a proper saviour: “peace in your violence and I’m in need of a saviour”.

In the Bible we read of Zacchaeus, a tax collector. He seems to have tried finding security for himself in money, yet when he encounters Jesus, he realises that money cannot be his saviour, only Christ can. Jesus came to seek and save the lost (Luke 19:10 – http://bit.ly/1QiQ8KK).

Remember Jesus came to be your saviour (and everybody else’s saviour) and will continually save you from sin.

#yoursoundtrack
#MattG