Faithfulness

Which deal?

There’s a saying amongst many of my contemporaries: “The hustle is real”. It refers to the general struggle of trying to make a living. Unless you’re born with a proverbial silver-spoon, you’ll eventually have to earn a living to pay for bills, fees, hobbies, holidays, etc. Like me, you’re probably aspiring to a certain quality …

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Christians were never meant to follow Jesus in their own might. I say this because a Christian’s life is supposed to produce superior results which we can’t attain on our own. Additionally, the results we produce ought to be so spectacular that those who witness them glorify God [Matthew 5:16]. Furthermore, Paul explains that we’re …

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Are you a faithful messenger?

Picture the scene: Galilee is buzzing; Jesus had just miraculously fed over 5000 people with five barley loaves and two fish. Unsurprisingly, the next day, many people go looking for Jesus again. Upon finding Him, He points out to the crowd that they are seeking Him because they ate their fill the previous day [John …

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What will the Master say to you?

The last words in Matthew’s gospel are usually referred to as the Great Commission by Christians. At the end of His earthly ministry before His Ascension, Jesus passed the baton to His disciples, commanding them: “…All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me.  Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, …

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The thin slice of time

You have probably heard the expression: “it’s the hope that kills you”. It’s often used when a situation is so desperate and the outcome seems irredeemably certain. However, there is something about the human spirit that clings to hope. Interestingly, this narrative is repeatedly portrayed in many of the movies we watch. How often do …

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