Eph 2v8-9 – The sighting!

We were recently blessed to spend a week in the Kruger National Park. On any safari, the most sought after experience is a cat sighting. And so we studied the maps, plotted the best routes, rose at dawn, and drove to dusk, all in search of illusive felines. However, our efforts were to no avail.… Continue reading Eph 2v8-9 – The sighting!

Phi 3v9 – My good list

What makes us acceptable in the eyes of God? The apostle Paul thought he had ticked every box. “I was circumcised when I was eight days old. I am a pure-blooded citizen of Israel…a member of the Pharisees, who demand the strictest obedience to the Jewish law. I was so zealous…I obeyed the law without… Continue reading Phi 3v9 – My good list

Jam 2v17 – The bicycle

They don’t make logical sense. It is designed to not balance by itself, yet people will sit on it, not fall and have fun. It’s the bicycle. A bicycle is useless when stationery but amazing when moving. If you ask experts why a bicycle doesn’t fall over when moving, you will get a range of… Continue reading Jam 2v17 – The bicycle

Jam 1v25 – Living Values

I recently had the pleasure of attending a graduation. The students all came from difficult personal and financial circumstances, so it was a cause for great celebration. Each student was introduced with a beautiful summary of their year before they came on stage. When it came to Sindi’s turn, her lecturer sang her praises. Most… Continue reading Jam 1v25 – Living Values

Pro 16:3 – God’s thoughts

I enjoy reading different Bible translations, as they can give me new insights into a verse I might have read many times. I recently listened to an audio Bible being read in the New King James version. When Proverbs 16:3 was read, I saw the verse in a new light. “Commit your works to the… Continue reading Pro 16:3 – God’s thoughts