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Colossians 3:1-2 “Therefore if you have been raised with Christ [to a new life, sharing in His resurrection from the dead], keep seeking the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. Set your mind and keep focused habitually on the things above [the heavenly things], not on things  [ Read More ]

by Pastor Warren Chalice. As I pondered long and hard, exploring many avenues in an attempt to answer this question with contextual accuracy, reading and re-reading Paul’s letter to the Romans repetitively, I found myself coming back to the introduction of this letter, found in the 16th and 17th verses of chapter 1: “ I  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. INTRODUCTION. Is there such a thing as the essential Commandment? There is and it is sometimes referred to as the “Eleventh Commandment”. It is a statement that contains the essence of the whole Decalogue: “Love is the fulfilment of the Law” (1). Love is the purest expression of the character of God.  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. He looked, and desired to take that which was not his to have. None-the-less he went on to take what did not belong to him. Finally, to hide his guilt and gain exclusive possession of his spoil, he resorted to murder. David coveted his neighbour’s wife (1). Tragedy and pain followed, for  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. Mudslinging has become an art form today. A passing comment is taken as fact and “presto”, a fine reputation is damaged beyond repair. Prejudicial reporting is making it difficult for some people to obtain a fair trial, with many media outlets preferring profit before integrity. Trust is yet another casualty of character-theft.  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. From Somalian pirates to political fraud, computer scams to shoplifting, robbery with violence to extended lunch breaks, tax evasion to withholding from the needy, robbing one’s neighbour to robbing God – in so many ways and at so many levels, our society is dishonest. Acquisition by any means, without detection, is acceptable  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. A tragedy walks the streets and haunts the homes of our nation. It is costing us dearly in terms of broken people and the provision of social rescue services. Few remain untouched by this social malaise in some way or another. It impacts every life it directly touches with dreadful consequences, leaving  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. Violence is fast becoming an accepted way of settling disputes across our society.   We are fed a daily diet of genocide, war, violence and murder – all symptomatic of our neglect of that word from God which says: “You shall not murder” (1). This, the Sixth Commandment, stands to remind us that,  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. Selwyn Hughes relates how he caught the vision of faith and devotion one night during a miner’s strike in the late 1930’s, a time of grim hardship and recession. Passing his father’s room he overheard a heart-breaking prayer. Selwyn wrote: “I saw through the little crack in the door more than just  [ Read More ]

by David Shalley. INTRODUCTION: It has become harder to tell the difference between a weekday and a Sunday. Once, a generation ago, the streets were empty on a Sunday. Now the shops are open, the street jammed with traffic and the pavements full of hurrying people. One week runs into the next. No break, no  [ Read More ]

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