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Rev's Ramblings

Sun 31 May

The Holy Spirit is the third person of the trinity or godhead. Is it any wonder that Christians are often accused of being polytheists – worshipping more then one God. We talk about God the Father. We talk about God the Son. And now we talk about God the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is personal...

Sun 24 May

If we were able to time travel and place ourselves back in the first century Israel, what would people be saying of Jesus? We know what they did think when Jesus asked his followers that exact question. Check it out in Matthew 16:13ff. Was Jesus a miracle worker? Was He one of the prophets? Was He...

Sun 17 May

In Psalm 8 we find David, a writer of many of the psalms, pondering the question, “What is man?” David is pondering in his own mind just who is man or what is man? Where does man fit with the rest of creation? Is man above or below the angels?As we turn to Genesis 1 and 2 we find that man or human...

Sun 10 May

For the Christian if asked the question, “Tell me about your God?” would be an opportunity to witness. However, we must not forget that we live in a secular society where many gods are worshipped. Sometimes the description of god comes couched in Christian terms. How often do hear of the MCG as the...

Sun 3 May

The present virus crisis has seen you lose your income, but you have managed to find some casual work. It means getting to know a new group of people you will work with. It is not always easy to get to know people.How then do we get to know someone you cannot see? How do you get to know God? The God of...

Sun 26 Apr

We could all think of Christians who have been given a very unique gift by God. Normally we think of gifts such as healing or evangelism or leadership or hospitality or prayer. And there are many other gifts listed in the Scriptures. Not many would think of martyrdom as a gift. The gift of giving one’s...

Sun 19 Apr

There are events taking place all around us which are often unexpected. It could be a storm. It could be an accident. It could be your internet disconnecting when you are in the middle of a conference call. The unexpected does happen. The question for us is how do we respond when the unexpected takes...

Sun 12 Apr

One of the most significant events on he Christian calendar would be Easter. And if you had to pick a particular day over the Easter season it would have to be Resurrection Sunday. The day Jesus Christ was resurrected and rose from the dead. And yet as we scan our TV screens the resurrection barely...

Sun 5 Apr

It is around this time of the year that Christians celebrate Easter. There is Good Friday – a time to remember the death of Jesus on the cross. There is Easter Sunday – a time to remember the resurrection of Jesus in those marvellous words – “He is not here, He is risen!” And there is today – Palm...

Sun 29 Mar

Over the past few weeks we have observed what people value when a crisis hits. For some it has been fights in supermarket aisles over scarce necessities or at least what is deemed as a necessity. For others it is stocking up on alcohol as lockdowns appear inevitable. For others it is the display of care...
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