The Dishonest Manager’s Day of Reckoning
The parable of the dishonest manager is a thorny story to navigate. Upon close study, though, it is a story of reconciliation – of honesty, truthfulness and faithfulness.
Without me, you are nothing
In short, like the Israelites, we have become desolate – as individuals and as societies. Such desolation is the consequence of a people who have gone adrift from their purpose, from their true calling. The fruitful land has become a desert and our cities have lain in ruins.
The Potter’s Heart
As I submitted myself to the Potter’s hands, I felt the Potter’s heart being poured into me. Initially, I felt the pain of the losses that I had suffered. It stung! But then, I felt the warmth of the Potter’s hands when I was comforted and reassured that He was with me. The divine Potter…
Your Kingdom Come
‘If you then, who are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him!’ (Luke 11:13) People…we need to ASK!
I Made it Through the Rain
I help you Allay your fears, Be still and Concentrate. You Discern and Determine your God-given purpose and how it is to be fulfilled.
I know why the chicken crossed the road
The reason the joke ‘Why the chicken crossed the road?’ is never funny, is that it was never intended to be a joke. On the contrary, it’s a story about purpose – courage and daring to accomplish purpose. Cross the road, like the chicken and you too will see what awaits you on the other…
You have been infilled with what it takes to accomplish your purpose. You only need to believe. My friend, it’s time for you to stand up. It’s time for you to get up.
There will come a time in your journey towards purpose when you will be tested, not to be assessed, but for you to recognise that you have been well prepared and you are ready for your mission.
What do you do…for a living?
What do you do for a living? Hmmm…how about what do you do for a life? The answer just might surprise you!
I Have Seen the Lord
We see the Lord more often than we think. A journey to purpose requires it.