Contributed on Jan 5, 2011
The Parable of the Persistant Widow. God does not judge like the human judge. He does what is right and quickly, there’s no back log and no need for a bribe!
The Parable of the Persistent Widow; Luke18:1-8. Jesus taught his disciples how to pray, we have the Lords Prayer as an example of prayer. We also have in Luke’s gospel a little parable about prayer. Jesus uses the story of an un-just judge and a persistently annoying widow woman to make his ...read more
Contributed on Jan 12, 2011
The parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. Justification with God what does it comprise of? But wait it appears that Humility is foundational to right relationships with God.
Jesus had a way of getting to the heart of the matter; he had a way of taking a situation and telling a story to address matters that needed addressing, he used parables those stories about a made up situation, to get to a point that he knew his followers or would be followers could do with some ...read more
Contributed on May 5, 2012
The parable of the lost coin, what does it mean and what part do we have on behalf of God finding lost sinners so that they too can become citizens of heaven and found in Jesus? Read on!
Found in Jesus; or The Sheila what lost a silver coin! This week being Red Shield appeal week is an interesting one, it’s always interesting to see the generosity of the public as they respond to The Salvation Army as an organisation. This year some of the response has been about ...read more