Genesis 4 – Like a cancer, sin spreads and destroys. Cain kills Abel. Yet God’s promises stand.
Isaiah 42:1-9 – God introduces a servant who will obey Him perfectly and bring salvation to all nations.
Genesis 3:15 – Does human sin ruin God’s plan? No. Through His covenant of grace, God declares war and promises victory.
Philemon 1:1-7 – Pioneering church planter Justin Hutts encourages us from the book of Philemon. Partnership in gospel ministry is a blessing and privilege.
Ephesians 6:4 – Our children aren’t “one size fits all,” but thankfully God’s Word gives hope and direction to parents.
Psalm 31 – Where Christians are to turn in times of suffering and hardship.
Galatians 2:20 – You can be “alive” physically, yet dead spiritually. Because Jesus is alive, you too can be.
Genesis 3:8-24 – Why is our world such a mess? Why such beauty and joy yet sorrow and death? Genesis 3 explains our sad state and leaves with with a faint hope.
Genesis 3:1-7 – Genesis 3 describes the revolt of humanity against God.
Genesis 2:16-17 – How do we relate to God? Covenant. God kindly gives us covenants, but do we keep them?
Genesis 2:4-25 – In the Garden of Eden, we had it all: a home, a purpose and a bride.
Revelation 8-9 – The book of Revelation gives incredible insight into our world today. We face two monsters, but Christ is Lord over all.
Revelation 13 – Throughout history, the system of man has raged against Christ and His kingdom. Pastor John Smuts helpfully explains what this has to do with us.
Revelation 1:1-20 – Life is so hurried, and the world so mixed up. What do we need most? A fresh glimpse of the glorified Saviour and Lord – Jesus.
Genesis 1:1-2:3 – Wonder. Awe. Hush. All good responses to God creating all that is.
Genesis 1:1 – Heaven and earth are a magnificent theatre. As God creates all that is, we see the grand drama of history unfold to the glory of God.
2 Peter 3:10-13 – Peter reminds us that “the best is yet to come” indeed. How does the certainty of Christ’s return and the victory of God impact us today? Our view of tomorrow affects our view of today more than we might realise.
2 Peter 3:1-9 – Almost as long as there have been leaders, movements and organisations; there have been scoffers. Jesus and His church are no exception. Will Christ be vindicated one day? Peter gives us 2 encouragements amidst the scoffing.
2 Peter 2:10b-22 – Peter was concerned about the impact false teachers would have on the churches he helped plant. He aims to equip his readers in how to spot and respond to false teaching. We should be similarly concerned today! In 2 Peter 2, we learn how to spot false teachers and how not to be […]
2 Peter 2:1-10a – False teachers are about. Be prepared! Churches should expect false teachers both around us and amongst us. It’s a real help to know false teachers are there and what their fate will be.