We all know where to go to get what we need to take care of the external part of our body, right? But, what of our spiritual wellbeing? Where do we go to take care of our soul?Read More
There is a line in the song ‘I am Thine’ that goes “I long to rise in the arms of faith”, and we happily sing it wholeheartedly. But if you want to be in His arms of faith, you must give up control, and rely upon Him for every aspect of your life. Easier said than done, right?Read More
Have you ever been at the place where you need to lose a couple of kilos … ok, many kilos, and you set out on that path with good intentions? You’re rocking it on the first day, or couple of days – possibly a week. But then there’s that day…Read More
In my first instalment, I laid down a challenge. I asked that you contemplate the words of your favourite song and consider what you are asking God to do. I’d also challenged myself. I wasn’t expecting anything to make me think too hard. It turned out to be the opposite. Did you take up the challenge?Read More
Yahuah tells ‘His love for me’ in many ways. The hardest one to see is when His love leads Him to correct me. We know that “…whom the Lord loves He corrects” (Prov. 3:12) - but to receive His love in a stinging rebuke? No way!
This post considers the real cost of belonging to Elohim. Yahusha speaks about this cost in Luke 14. The Message Bible puts it like this: “…Simply put, if you’re not willing to take what is dearest to you, whether plans or people, and kiss it good-bye, you can’t be my disciple”. Luke 14:26 & 33.
This is the true cost of belonging.Read More
You know the scene. You’re in church, and the worship team kick off your favourite tune.
And you belt it out with everything that’s in you, not necessarily stopping to think about the actual words you’re singing.
We’re all guilty of it but Yahuah wants us to stop. Not stop singing, indeed the reason we sing is to give Him the worship that He deserves - but to stop singing songs thoughtlessly. Instead He wants us to consider the songs we sing. He also wants to correct misconceptions that we may have with these songs.
He wants us to MEAN the songs we sing and SING the songs we mean.Read More