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Kingdom glances (1)

Sometimes (most of the time?) the Kingdom of God is only dimly discernible.  We might ponder, or glance, or peer through the earthly haze.  Personally, I have the attention span and the depth of a hummingbird, so it can take a written passage or a word spoken directly to make me take notice.  511 more words

Allegiance & Motivation

Why Study Sanctification?

When is the last time you sat down to ponder the doctrine of sanctification? Have you ever given much thought to understanding how God grows a Christian into the likeness of Christ? 537 more words


April Resources Personal Spiritual Development

Hearing The Voice of God

Do you have a tough decision which you are struggling to make?

A key part of developing our spiritual lives is learning to hear the voice of God or recognise the voice of God. 491 more words


What Will You Dwell Upon?

Today is Saturday, April 7, 2018. Day 21,940.

Dallas Willard (not his birthday) said, “The ultimate freedom we have as individuals is the power to select what we will allow or require our minds to dwell upon and think about.” (Life Without Lack, and other places) 869 more words


A New Way to Walk in the World

Jesus came to ‘seek and to save the lost’. He wasn’t referring to just some individuals here and there, but to the seeking and saving of an entire world that had lost its way.  1,077 more words

Daylight Savings Time

Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, making the best use of time, because the days are evil.  Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord is.   760 more words