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Waiting patiently

God makes promises in the Bible again and again, and again and again those promises come true. Sometimes, there is quite a long period between the promise and its fulfilment. Look at Abraham and Sarah, for example. They longed to have a son. They longed to have descendants. But obviously, the older you get, the […]

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Eish and trust

Let us look at this verse again: 12Don’t drag your feet. Be like those who stay the course with committed faith and then get everything promised to them. I know we must serve God diligently every day with the same enthusiasm we started with. I know we must serve Him fearlessly like the people before […]

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Trusting patiently

Someone in my family is suffering badly from cancer. Someone in my family of in-laws is suffering badly from cancer. Someone in my circle of friends is struggling with an aggressive cancer. I woke early and prayed for all of them. I don’t know if I would’ve been able to deal with it. The treatments […]

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Hold onto God

When Covid-19 was at its highest, we ran a quick survey on Roadtrip247 and asked the people what issues they thought young people were struggling with. These are the top eight: Will I pass this year? I’m afraid my family will fall ill. I’m afraid someone close to me will die. I’m afraid of the […]

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Trust trust

What does trust mean to you? I would say that trust is the knowledge that someone will do what he or she has promised. I trust that you will remain faithful in your marriage. I trust that if you say you won’t take money under the counter, you won’t do it. I trust that you […]

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You’re a beneficiary

Long before her death, my mom one day called all of us children together at her house. She had decided that everything that would eventually end up being part of her estate would find an owner that day. So, all of us, from the eldest to the youngest, took turns at choosing something, which was […]

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Trust shot to pieces

I received an email from Ester: Thank you so much for this message, it is so right for me today. I have someone to whom I would like to send these messages, but I don’t always know where and how to contact her. It is my daughter. She’s been addicted to drugs for seven years. […]

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God – our windbreak

It’s good to check on your foundations now and then. We so easily get pulled into the world and then we forget our roots. We forget who we are and sometimes act differently, almost as if we are someone else. But before we know it, we feel empty and shuffle around aimlessly in the world. […]

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A life built on trust

I see I’ve made a mistake. I’ve neglected to refer to the first phrase of verse 17 in the previous piece. It’s the answer to everything. 17Tell them to go after God, who piles on all the riches we could ever manage—to do good, to be rich in helping others, to be extravagantly generous. Immediately, […]

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Overflowing trust and love

It’s good to know that we belong to God. We’ve been commanded to stay away from the wrong things. We’ve heard that we need to put all our energy into living in a way that will make God say: Well done. We hear it. We know it. We know it’s the right thing to do, […]

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