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Faithful in the Master’s Service

“His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You were faithful over a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Share your master’s joy!’” ~Matthew 25:21 I have this sneaking suspicion that when Jesus tells this parable about the master who goes on a journey and leaves a…
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Ready at all Times!

Like people throughout the world, Aussies love to party. Whether it’s a baptism, wedding, birthday, anniversary, grand final win, graduation or housewarming, we love to celebrate. We love getting together with family and friends, sharing food and drink, eating cake, singing and dancing, giving our best wishes, and saying, “God Bless You!” People of Jesus’…
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Remembrance Day

Why is light given to one burdened with grief, and life to those whose existence is bitter… why is life given to a person whose path is hidden, whom God has hedged in? ~Job 3:20,23 It’s been a trying year. For many, we’ve tried to make it through the struggles and managing fear, doubt, stress…
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Transformation (Reformation Sunday)

Therefore, brothers and sisters, in view of the mercies of God, I urge you to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God; this is your true worship. ~Romans 12:1 We live in a world that is allergic to sacrifice. Saving for a rainy day is an Olympic sport. Taking the…
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More than Just Paying Taxes

They say there are two certainties of life? Death and taxes. I wonder, what are your thoughts and feelings about paying taxes? Please be honest! Times may have changed, but human hearts haven’t. Most Aussies expect the government to provide services, build roads, keep everyone safe, look after battlers, improve the health system, bring the…
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The Keys to Fashion

The third parable in a series directed to the religious elite of Israel is one so outrageous that it seems as if it could be summarily dismissed. It’s one thing to resist working in the vineyards, but to reject an invitation to the king’s wedding banquet? Unbelievable. In a moving allegory, Jesus connects with the…
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The Keystone of the Kingdom

Imagine you are renting out a property to some family friends you’ve known for years. It starts off well. But after a few months, there is a missed payment for the fortnightly rent. What do you do with that? Giving the benefit of the doubt, you might wait for few days, or maybe a fortnight.…
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Keys to the Kingdom

  ‘What do you think?’ It would have been quite easy to understand if Jesus would have been frustrated with the Jewish authorities. After entering Jerusalem triumphantly, Jesus goes to the temple and finds it rife with money changers and the chairs of those selling doves, preying off the people for their own gain. The…
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Unlocking the Mystery of God’s Generosity

In our 21st Century culture, we’re urged to strive for success, to win, to have the latest and best of everything, to make something of ourselves – and to not be left behind. We expect rewards for our efforts. If a sibling or colleague receives a greater reward than us with less effort, we are…
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The Master’s Key

The disciple Peter might have wondered if he was going to get a gold star for his comments in ‘Discipleship Class’: ‘Lord, How many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? As many as seven times?’ Peter’s question was magnanimous from a forgiveness perspective. In Jewish custom, three times was…
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