In the most mysterious of all paradoxes, God seems to be the sort of God who – almost always – waits for our permission and cooperation to act in our lives.  The One who said 'Let there be' and gave birth to the life-cycle of all creation, will not ...

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  1. giving birth to life
  2. coats and ties off
  3. even greater
  4. rain and bows
  5. gospel response
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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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rain and bows

When it rains… look for rainbows.

Our son Tom quoted this message from a T-shirt today, as we...

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gospel response

I’ve always had a soft spot for soteriological Inclusivism, the theory of Christian ultimate...

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