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Satan takes truth and twists it, just enough to make it sound convincing – but God is not afraid, he is bigger, he is greater – and he wants you. continue »

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When Jesus commands us to love, he does not give us licence to ignore great swathes of Scripture, but gives us the best way of understanding what it means. continue »

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This is the true hope of the Christian faith: not that we will be saved from suffering and death, but that we will be saved through it. continue »

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We need to be be alert to what is happening so that we are not deceived, and we need to take comfort that Jesus is going to take his rightful place, and that we are his children whom he loves. continue »

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If we don’t take every opportunity to follow Jesus and his example we are no better than Judas. We are betraying Jesus and His memory. continue »

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Mark is telling us that those who claim to follow Jesus are capable of betrayal. The professionally religious are in danger of acting to protect their self-interest rather than promoting the Kingdom of God. continue »