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Monthly Archives: September 2021

30 Sept 2021

Israel had desired a king like their neighbours and they pleaded with God for one. Saul was anointed as king. Tall, strong and handsome, he fitted the bill especially by human standards. But stubbornness and a strong self will made him stumble. These are fed by ego and pride. May […]

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28 Sept 2021

For Saul and Israel, victory over Amalek was assured. All Saul needed to do was follow God’s instructions. He did, but not 100%. May we learn from his mistake. And may the Lord give us a Samuel who can walk this journey of life with us. May we also be […]

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24 Sept 2021

The chief priests and the Sanhedrin needed to fabricate evidence to have Jesus convicted. How hard it must have been for Jesus to endure the humiliation, beatings and false accusations, yet He bore it all for our sake. This is the cup He had asked the Father to take away […]

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23 Sept 2021

Our plans are not as detailed as God’s are and because we don’t operate in His time and we are not like He is, our plans are not based on the eternal perspective. Peter wanted to save Jesus from arrest and took matters into His own hands. What would his […]

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22 Sept 2021

In Matthew 26:35, Peter assured Jesus that he would never disown Him, even if it meant dying for Him. In the same chapter from verse 69 to 75, Peter denied Jesus thrice. But the Lord still used Peter to impact the world as we read in Acts. So, even when […]

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21 Sept 2021

I woke up with gratitude in my heart to God. I’m grateful for His mercy and love towards us. He has given us life and promised us eternal life. He forgives us and restores us back to Himself. Father, receive our praise and thanksgiving. We bless your holy name. There […]

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17 Sept 2021

Are you listening for the voice of God? Are you determined to hear Him? He sees the desire of our hearts and honours earnest prayers. Samuel followed Eli’s guidance and waited on God, and he heard Him. On this occasion the Lord spoke to the child, not to the Priest. […]

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