Archive for May, 2007

Don’t forget Him

May 29th, 2007

Hello all, I was awake in the night and I was prompted by God to get up and read a book. It was a Bible study book by Jack Hayford called, “Gifts, Fruit and Fullness of the Holy Spirit”. As I flicked through the book I was not sure what I was looking for, but […]

My favourite tract

May 25th, 2007

One of my favourite tracts I use is the one called “Journey into life” by Norman Warren. I have to admit though that I am a bit biased as it is the one I read many years ago which brought me to Christ! One of the things I like about it is it touches on […]

Obedient puppy

May 22nd, 2007

Yesterday on my lunchtime stroll I walked past Kings Park tennis courts and saw the groundsman mowing the grass courts. There is nothing unusual about that, but this time he had his dog with him as he sat on his ride on mower. It was great to see the joy and excitement this Kelpie had […]

Potter’s wheel

May 21st, 2007

One of our associate Pastors at church spoke on God working in our lives. Part of his message touched on Jeremiah chapter 18 which looks at the Potter’s wheel. This passage talks about God shaping a clay pot into something else that suited Him. During his message he asked some questions… How long has it […]

Thoughts on worship

May 19th, 2007

I’ve been thinking about worship lately. I think it was first sparked by a post on Ra’ah. A number of people I have spoken to feel that the words of our Aussie songs from the last five years or so, have changed focus from God and magnifying Him, to what we can get from God. […]