Forgiveness & Reconciliation

Trump, Hurricanes and Israel

By Ron Cantor

Ron Cantor – September 8, 2017 – Comments One of my mentors often says he does not like armchair prophets. An armchair prophet is somebody who prophesies after the fact. What do I mean? It’s too easy to say after a tragedy that it was judgment from God. You’re far more credible if you prophesied…

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Divine Encounter: The S/x Shop Worker

By Danny Parkes

As I was running to catch my bus, I could not help but notice the man standing in front of the s/x shop. Certainly this man was in great need, and did not know the Lord. That, I was certain. I walked over to the man and started a conversation with him. “Are you the…

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With Deepest Sympathy and Fatherly Love

By Danny Parkes

I had another dream. This time, my son was in it. In the dream, I was going through some items — I think they might have been books and they were in a box. There were some obscure items that were in that box, and one of those items was some type of note or…

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Divine Appointments

By Ellen Harlow

God is so good. My Aunt who is 89years old and lives with her daughter & husband in asmall town about 45 minutes from me was hospitalized and told she didnot have long to live. She was on my heart so heavy thatThursday morning as I was getting ready for work. I knew I hadto…

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My Life-Changing Testimony

By Chris Foran

I was raised in a nominal Christian home which means that I attended church on a weekly basis. I was provided with a relatively safe environment – I never went without food or clothing. I was given some religious education in primary school but beyond that there was no other discussion or teaching related to…

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The Free Christmas Gift

By Danny Parkes

LastSunday, when our children were at church practising their Bibleverses for their “Bible Quizzing”, my wife and I decided to takea drive to the centre of town, where we used to live (that was backin 1992 when we first got married). We drove up Preston street, and,lo and behold, passed a place called “Peloso Cleaners”…

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Do you believe?

By Danny Parkes

I’m not perfect. But this is no excuse for my sin. My sin is not excusable. I must be forgiven for my sin. I cannot simply say, “That’s because of who I am.” My excuses will not atone for my sin. One atones for my sin — He who died for my sin. One makes…

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The saved – and the lost

By Danny Parkes

There is a difference between the saved and the lost, and it is summed up, I believe, in a word: commitment. Of course, the commitment I am speaking of is directed towards the Lord Jesus Christ. He must be the entire focus of our commitment. Without Jesus Christ being the focus, there really is no…

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The Day God Changed My Life (Part 3)

By Danny Parkes

I had a dream while at the Vineyard during those short but life-changing nine months. I did not understand what the dream was about. But I did know it was supernatural. It was very clear that it was supernatural but you are going to have to accept my word on that, because there is no…

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Touch not the unclean thing

By Danny Parkes

I was engaged in an email conversation once, a long time ago, with a fellow who was obviously a little upset with me. Not a bother. I’m willing to engage in polite conversations with people who might be upset for whatever reason. We exchanged quite a few emails. Then, eventually, the ‘bomb’ came. It was…

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