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Wednesday, 31 October 2007 22:00

In Chains for Christ

Chains, are we talking about some kind of spiritual analogy? Does this mean that at one time we were in bondage to the world, the flesh, and the devil, and now have become the bondservant of Christ Jesus with all that might entail? Sure, but what if we were called to endure physical chains because of our faith?

Although in some nations the Christians are insulated from even the slightest forms of persecution there are many cultures as you might be aware, that are suffering tremendous trials for the namesake of the Holy One. Yet upon the horizon in the nations where we may not as of yet seen the assault on the church that is witnessed in other places, there may be noticed the harbinger of a time to come when that situation will change.

Thursday, 27 September 2007 22:00

The Qualities of Those Who Judge

The Situation

pastor_gerry.jpg Israel had just defeated Amalek by the hand of God – Joshua had battled while Moses held his hands high in supplication to the Lord (Ex 17:8-13). After this Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law came with the man of God’s sons and his wife and met him where he was camped in the wilderness at the foot of the mountain of God (Ex 18:5). Moses bowed down before his father-in-law and kissed him and according to custom, they enquired of each other’s welfare before they entered the tent (Ex 18:7).

It was in that tent that Moses related to his father-in-law all that the Lord had done: The plagues of Egypt – The defeat Pharaoh for Israel’s sake and God’s deliverance from the hardships of the wilderness – this caused Jethro to rejoice for the Lord’s goodness – this was Jethro’s response…