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If you live for eternity - you live differently!

If you were told that you only had a few days to live - what would you do? how would you react? Patricia King, in one of her broadcasts reminds us that "God is Love; the Devil is Hate and his agenda is to steal, kill and destroy." Some people would write out a bucket list of things they would like to do; others would want to put their affairs in order; some would cry out to God and stand on His promises. So often in the psalms we read "I cried out to the Lord and He answered me." If you are in a situation where there is no hope, why not cry out to God, you have nothing to lose. "Lord if you are there, help me! reveal yourself to me, I need you, I don't know what to do." believing in something or Someone you cannot see is called Faith!

"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."  (Hebrews 11:1)

Because He Lives

Uncategorised Posted on Mon, December 07, 2020 00:46:40

Whatever you are facing you do not have to do it alone. The last few months have impacted people in different ways. The loss of loved ones, unable to visit loved ones, loneliness, operations cancelled, loss of businesses, jobs, incomes, homes and much more are all things people have been through and are still going through. One song that encourages me and brings some comfort and hope is “Because He lives, I can face tomorrow. Psalm 121: 1-2, says “My eyes look to the hills, that’s where my help comes from; My help comes from God, who created the heavens and the earth.”

Sung by Jenterzen Franklin

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The Lord is My Shepherd

Uncategorised Posted on Sun, March 22, 2020 23:52:00

Self Isolating and social distancing have become the new buzz words as COVID19 grips the world and mercilessly destroys life as we know it. It is no respecter of nations or persons and many thousands have succumbed to its deadly grip. Today, as churches met via the internet and believers worshipped in their homes, our thoughts went out to families who have lost loved ones; to those who are struggling with the disease; to those who are on the frontlines, and to all those involved in keeping us fed and protected. We lit candles in our windows at 7pm to remember you all and pray for you and for God’s love and mercy to embrace our nation.