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When the Rubber Meets the Road

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Several years ago when Sue and I decided the month and year we’d take our long service leave, we worked out what we’d like to do. Once that was locked in, I began putting together an itinerary. It was tedious work that involved a lot of moving parts. There was excitement in the air as […]

Obeying God in “Tricky” Situations

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Don’t you wish we had a manual from God that tells us explicitly what the right decision is every time we face a moral dilemma? Unfortunately, there is no such a manual. Whilst the Bible is very clear on some things, on other things it can be ambiguous and confusing. Only the naïve would say […]

God Our Greatest Treasure

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One of the things that put many Christians off reading the Old Testament is the complicated rituals with the priesthood & the sacrificial system. The book of Leviticus is a case in point. Even in Numbers 8, the text for our sermon this morning, there are abbreviated references to some of these rituals. While they […]

Grateful Offerings

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When I was a new Christian, I listened a lot to the songs of musician and evangelist Keith Green.  Songs of his that are still heard often today are “O Lord You’re Beautiful” and “There Is a Redeemer”.  I found all Keith’s music inspiring but also very challenging, as he encouraged people to give their […]

Being in God’s Family

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Two weeks ago Ian Hussey did an amazing job preaching from Numbers 1 to 4. If you missed it, go to our website and download the message. The book begins with a census list of all the fighting men in Israel twenty years of age and older along tribal and family lines. The Levites were […]