Winners never stop

Reading ‘You can, You will’ by Joel Osteen taught me something very important- winners never stop. They don’t stop reading, learning, growing and improving themselves. They’re always reaching for new skills or aiming to improve the ones they have, so ask yourself: are you? Many prayers are around the theme of “God bless & prosper…

Fighting temptations

This title reminds me of my favourite gospel movie- fighting temptations- and I don’t just like it because Beyoncé is in it! So, yesterday, I was listening to my friend’s account of freshers week (the first week of university involving lots of parties, clubs, activities etc) and how there was a *lot* of temptation to…

Let his will be done

I’ve covered some of this topic before but I still feel like there is so much more to explore. Many christians can slip and fall into the trap of letting their desires override their prayers for God’s will to be done. I have personally experienced this and the realisation that what I was dreaming &…

A servant’s heart

-Come work for the lord. The work is hard, the hours are long and the pay is low but the retirement benefits are out of this world- When Jesus was around, he surprised people by his heart of servitude. When most Jews were expecting a King to ride in with an army and fight agains…

Trends

To follow them or not to follow them? This topic is actually quite interesting to talk about especially from a believer’s perspective. We have the useful trends that sweep through the nation like the ALS Ice bucket challenge that help promote a good cause, but we also have the not-so-great trends such as the wiggly…

God’s love

So, I was reading Hosea 1 & 2 last night and I was moved to tears by the display of God’s love within those chapters alone. So, brace yourself it’s going to be a long and heart-felt one. Hosea was a prophet that was told by God to marry someone promiscuous- he was going to…

Faith is believing

We live in a world where people need proof in order to really believe something; theories have to be tested in order to be validated and used by the general public. Well, Christianity is different. We believe in the gospel- the good news of Christ. The saviour lived, died and rose again in order to…

Not by might…

When we are in a position of servitude in church or in our communities, it can be easy to lose God in the process. By this I mean that when we decide to serve, we can get so hooked on the activities and what we’re doing that we end up forgetting who we’re doing it…