Willing to do God’s will

Photo by Pixabay Following on in Jeremiah 42, as the story continues after the fall of Jerusalem, those who were still in Jerusalem (called as the remnant), sought out Jeremiah. They sought Jeremiah, not the other way around, the very same prophet of God whose words of warning they ignored – why did they do... Continue Reading →

A Heart of Obedience

Photo by David Frampton In Jeremiah 35, we read about a group of people called the Rekabites, whom God uses as an example of obedience and a rebuke to the people of Judah. Who are the Rekabites? They were a nomadic group of people related to the Kenites (1 Ch 2:55), some of whom lived... Continue Reading →

Honouring God with your Obedience

Reading Deuteronomy 28 can evoke a duality of feelings. The chapter has 68 verses, the first 14 verses talk about the blessings that God would shower on Israel for obedience towards Him and the rest of the chapter, verses 15-68 lay out curses for disobedience and reading that can sometimes truly feel overwhelming. In this... Continue Reading →

When God Says Go

Who doesn't love a good underdog story? The story of David and Goliath found in 1 Samuel 17 is one such story in the bible that we have often heard from the time we were little.It is a lesson of courage, faith, and overcoming what seems impossible. The Israelites under the command of King Saul... Continue Reading →

Not Without Effect

  "But by the grace of God I am what I am, and his grace to me was not without effect. No, I worked harder than all of them—yet not I, but the grace of God that was with me." (1 Corinthians 15:10). As I read this verse, I found myself pondering over Paul saying that who... Continue Reading →

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