God’s Plan Never Fails

Date 25th November 2012  by KJ Tromp - Paster of Nerang Community Church  Bible passage Ruth 1 : 1 - 23

God doesn’t make mistakes. In fact he corrects ours. Tonight we look at how God took the desperate situation of Ruth and Naomi and transformed it with amazing provision. We discover a man called Boaz who is able to look after them. God is sovereign, meaning He is in control. He can redeem any situation,

Do Justice

Date 25th November 2012  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Matthew 25: 31 - 40

Do you ‘Do Justice’? This is not asking whether you want justice, but whether you act justly. Just think for a moment about how mad you got when somebody treated you unfairly. I’m sure you all have a story to tell and you might still get angry just thinking about it. God says…get that angry…not

The Ultimate Ridicule

Date 18th November 2012  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Isaiah 44:6-23, Habakkuk 2:18-20

‘The Lord is in his holy temple’. This is the deeper reality to a life and world that seems so unfair. It is a picture that God is sovereign, that he is in control no matter how dark things seem to be. It is a picture of imminent judgement. There is a great day of

From NO WAY to OK

Date 11th November 2012  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Luke 5:1-11

Every so often, life dishes up a challenge for us that makes us respond with the good old: NO WAY! There is NO WAY that I can jump out of a plane! Or do a project this big! Or shake this or that behaviour or habit! Or whatever it may be for you. Often we

Getting Wisdom

Date 11th November 2012  by Jim de Witte  Bible passage Proverbs 1:1-7

The fear of the Lord is beginning of wisdom…How much better to get wisdom than gold. Today is GEMS Sunday when we hear about, and celebrate, the wonderful things that happen at GEMS. They have been learning about wisdom and the point of the message is that we should all ‘get wisdom’. We should make

Yeah!

Date 04th November 2012  by Ettiene de Wilzem  Bible passage Philippians 1:3-6

We all have had victories, gifts or blessings in our lives which caused us to exclaim in an exuberant tone of joyfulness the word ‘YEEAAAH!’ or just the simple old, but very loud and emotionally charged ‘YEESSS!’ We all know the feeling when we experience this on the sports field, at work, school, uni or

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