Monthly Archives: August 2015
Jesus provided two principles that apply to end-times that He consistently taught that can appear to be in tension with each:
- That no-one knows the day or the hour of His return, therefore date-setting is forbidden
- We were not unprepared when Jesus does return and that He has provided many signs and conditions in the world that mean His return is imminent
In fact, these complement each other perfectly – we must treat each day as though we expect our Master back at any moment and recognize the signs of His imminent return whilst never setting a date for the Second Coming. There are many who study Bible Prophecy who… Continue reading
The short clip below presents a clear and concise summary of the gospel. We don’t need to add too much to this except to ask what will your response be? Will there be another tomorrow with God for you personally?
You see, God will tap on the heart of every individual and give them an opportunity to respond. If they choose to refuse to accept God’s forgiveness, God may well give up on them and hand them over to an eternity with the consequences of rebellion. If you feel God tapping on your shoulder, please respond in repentance and let God do the transforming – God is just and has… Continue reading
We are witnessing rapid changes in our local communities and across the globe! Economically, politically, and militarily, the world is changing fast whether we like it or not. You may not agree with the changes that are affecting your life but we’re sure you find yourself wondering what the best thing to do – go along with the majority or take a stand for what you think is right and face possible alienation? For the Christian, this often results in tough choices.
For the church, same-sex marriage is a major topic now -society is heaping on the pressure to accept this or risk possible repercussions. There are already attempts to… Continue reading
At times, we all doubt! It’s human nature to doubt, the important thing is our response to that doubt!
In human relationships, we can feel really close to one person, which in turn means you could feel further away from others – this is same with God. Christians have a personal relationship with God, but if we don’t make an effort in that relationship we can find ourselves moving away from Him (remember God doesn’t move away from us!). This can be when doubt comes in and if not dealt with, Satan will seek to gain a foothold and hijack that relationship!
Doubting leads to questions and we can sometimes… Continue reading