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Revenge

In this passage, which continues into Genesis chapters 43 and 45, Joseph was placed in a position where he could take revenge on his brothers for what they did to him several years before. However, to fulfill covenant promises, God lead Joseph on a journey of forgiveness and restoration of broken relationships.
Listen to the talk to understand how revenge can never bring healing.

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Ascension Day 2020

As we commemorate Jesus’ ascension into heaven, listen to this talk and reflect on what ascension means for Jesus, and what it means for us.

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“God be with you”

God be with you…this is a very familiar blessing that we wish upon another.
But, what does it mean? Learn from the story of Joseph, as a prisoner in Egypt.

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Messiness in Covenant Families

Christian families are not perfect and are subject to the messy, brokenness of the world. In fact, messiness is a Covenant reality. But, listen to this talk to understand that God does have a plan for messiness, and how brokenness is redeemed ultimately in Christ.

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What does a Christian in lockdown really value?

In his letter, Paul writes to the church in Thessalonica about three of their needs that he is aware of. Those needs are very similar to what Christians need today.

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Happy endings…or not

At the end of Genesis 33, all seems to have ended well for Jacob. But then comes chapter 34. Jacob actually emerges as a villain! Listen to how God saves his covenant people, despite how much they fail. Understand also from Jacob’s eventual response, how we need to respond to God’s saving grace.

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How God changes his covenant people

This story about a wrestling match may seem strange. But in context, it is a story of how God changes his people to become worthy covenant members.

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The Power of the Resurrection in the Life of the Believer

We learn that when Jesus conquered death, it changed what death means for those who believe. Christ’s death and resurrection was a rescue mission that bought us citizenship in His Kingdom, and this should be reflected in the way we live our lives.

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Curing the pandemic (of sin)

In light of the Corona virus, we look at how sin entered the world through Adam, who was Patient Zero and, how we have inherited the genetic disease. We sin because we are sinful, and there is no cure. But through Jesus’ righteous act on the Cross, He makes us righteous before we do anything right, even though we do not deserve it.

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Paul’s Priorities in Prayer

It isn’t always easy to keep our prayer priorities in the right order, especially during a pandemic. Using Paul’s letter to the Thessolonians, we learn how to prioritise and focus on aspects that align to God’s plan for His Kingdom.

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