A mother’s love is immeasurable!

Never take your parents for granted I begin this post by talking about never taking your parents for granted, not because I did or that I ever will, but because there are so many out there that believe or think…

The Gospel of John – Do not be driven by selfishness

This section of scripture uncovers the true motivation of the crowd following Jesus: selfishness. This passage is part of a long dialogue where Christ clarifies the meaning of His miracles. Jesus has just explained that He, Himself, is the ''Bread…

The Gospel of John – I Am the Bread of Life

As we continue through Chapter 6 of the Gospel of John, we find that the people are still showing more interest in the spectacle of Jesus miraculous works rather than the message and meaning intended in His works. They are…

The Gospel of John – Walk on Water

This is the by far one my favourite signs and wonders Jesus performs. In this part of John's account of the Gospel, Jesus walks on water, we'll get to the details in a bit. There are similar accounts of this…

The Gospel of John – Supernatural Overflow

This is the only miracle recorded in all four Gospel accounts (Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-15), which shows it is very significant to Jesus' mission and so we won’t forget how much the Lord can do with…

The Gospel of John – Testimonies about Jesus

Jesus continues his response to His critics in Jerusalem. Up to now, Jesus has healed a crippled man on the Sabbath and He has claimed to be equal with God in works, love, judgment and honour. Now, Jesus speaks about…

What God says, goes!

How can we know who we truly are? We have to know what God says about us first! Thankfully, our identity in Christ - that is, who we are as followers of Jesus - can be found rooted in the…

Mom, have a gatskop lekker day!

Never take your parents for granted I begin this post by talking about never taking your parents for granted, not because I did or that I ever will, but because there are so many out there that believe or think…