In Genesis 2, the Lord gives instruction that the 'tree of the knowledge of good and evil' is not to be eaten from.  There is deep mystery and meaning in this command.  There seems to be some kind of boundary being established, and it seems to be a ...

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"fruitful faith" - 5 new articles

  1. don’t hold on
  2. dual tension
  3. giving birth to life
  4. coats and ties off
  5. even greater
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don’t hold on

In Genesis 2, the Lord gives instruction that the ‘tree of the knowledge of good and...

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dual tension

Christian discipleship in the kingdom of God, is well known to be characterised by what they call...

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giving birth to life

In the most mysterious of all paradoxes, God seems to be the sort of God who – almost always...

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coats and ties off

Posting this here as it probably is too detailed for my thesis.  A member of Wanganui Central...

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even greater

Yesterday morning, our sermon was on Hebrews 7:1-7, about Jesus being like, and even greater than,...

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