Amo 8v1 – The famine!

Famine. Most of us living in first-world countries only know what this means conceptually. For us, food is everywhere whenever we want it. Yet, despite this, we are starving. We are in the midst of the worst famine ever. A famine that is causing despair, suffering, and death, and we don’t even realize what’s killing… Continue reading Amo 8v1 – The famine!

Pro 5v3-5 – Poisoned food

Some years ago, a group of us went out for a meal at a seafood restaurant overlooking the harbour. The food was delicious. However, when I got home, I started to feel unwell. My stomach was churning, and soon I was racing to the toilet, where I would spend many hours of gastric reflection. Later,… Continue reading Pro 5v3-5 – Poisoned food

Joh 6:5 – The wrong answer

“When Jesus looked up and saw a great crowd coming toward him, he said to Philip, “Where shall we buy bread for these people to eat?”” (John 6:5). It’s a crowd of 5000 people. What would you have answered?“Philip replied, “Even if we worked for months, we wouldn’t have enough money to feed them!”” (John… Continue reading Joh 6:5 – The wrong answer

Psa 34:8 – Taste and see

I bet you know what the bark of a tree tastes like? Or a pebble? Or wool? We know this because most of us as kids would have put these and many other strange items into our mouths – often to the horror of our parents. It’s how we learn what’s good and bad for… Continue reading Psa 34:8 – Taste and see