Daily Prayer – Thirst for the Gospel!

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God’s Word Is Real!

For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures. 1 Corinthians 15:3-4

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Heavenly Father, Grant us a greater obedience to Your will, a more fervent love for our neighbour and a stronger thirst for your word. Lord, our response to the Gospel has not always been what you would like it to be. Forgive us we pray, and as we rejoice in our own experience of accepting the Gospel message, give us a renewed understanding of what the Gospel message truly is, an adventurous spirit as we try to share it effectively, courage and love as we engage with those who need to hear and experience it, and the satisfaction of a job well done as more and more people come to know, trust, love and serve you, the source and end of the Gospel. In Jesus Name, Amen.

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The Gospel of John – Walk on Water

Advertisements This is the by far one my favourite signs and wonders Jesus performs. In this part of John’s account of the Gospel, Jesus walks on water, we’ll get to the details in a bit. There are similar accounts of this story in the Gospel of Matthew 14:22-33 and Mark 6: 45-52, but it isContinue reading →

The Gospel of John – Supernatural Overflow

Advertisements This is the only miracle recorded in all four Gospel accounts (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-15), which shows it is very significant to Jesus’ mission and so we won’t forget how much the Lord can do with the little things that are given to Him. The feeding of the 5 000Continue reading →

The Gospel of John – Testimonies about Jesus

Advertisements Jesus continues his response to His critics in Jerusalem. Up to now, Jesus has healed a crippled man on the Sabbath and He has claimed to be equal with God in works, love, judgment and honour. Now, Jesus speaks about the evidence to His claims. Jesus does not just say: “Have faith” or “believeContinue reading →

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Posted by Stephen Baragwanath

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