How Amazing

Youth | by | Volume 29, Issue 5 | September – October 2023

From the beginning, God let the earth sprout vegetation, created plants with seeds and trees bearing fruit. He formed valleys and rivers and established the mountains. He made our eyes so we can see His beautiful creation. He made our ears so we can hear the birds chirping, the trees creaking and the wind blowing. He made our nose to appreciate the smells of earth and fresh grass, of flowers as they blossom and bloom. But He also made our mouth—a mouth to praise and glorify Him!

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The Greatest Reset of All Time

Youth | by | Volume 29, Issue 4 | July – August 2023

There’s a conspiracy theory or truth, whichever way you view it, that has gained traction over the last few years called “The Great Reset”. Before you switch off, the point of this article is not to discuss whether this theory is true or not, but rather to take some spiritual lessons from something that is talked about in the world around us.

It is said that not one area of life will be untouched by the great reset plan, which aims to reform everything from government, energy and finance to food, medicine, real estate, policing and even how we interact with our fellow human beings. A global agenda to monitor and control the world through digital surveillance will create a technocracy, resulting in two tiers of people—the technocratic elite, who have all the power and rule over all the assets; and, the rest of society, who have no power, assets or say-so in anything.

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Unique Features of the Gospels: Matthew (2)

Youth | by | Volume 29, Issue 3 | May – June 2023

Matthew’s gospel is not in chronological order. It is referred to as the ‘didactic (instructive) gospel’ and is like a mosaic of the Master’s teachings, given in different places and at different times, but collected together and arranged to show the Lord as the master teacher; one of whom it would be recorded “the people were astonished at his doctrine: For he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes” (7:28-29).

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Life Stewardship

Youth | by | Volume 29, Issue 1 | January – February 2023

When we discuss ‘living the Truth’ we often talk about faith, prayer and habitual Bible study. However, we often miss one critical element: life stewardship. Although a similar concept to discipleship, life stewardship refers to how we manage the situations God puts in our lives. Christ alludes…

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The Bread of Life (2)

Youth | by | Volume 28, Issue 6 | November - December 2022

There was no shortage of food provided to the people. They need never go short of spiritual food. Should they do so, then the lack would be due to their own indifference, not due to insufficiency on the Lord’s part. The Lord then sends out the disciples to collect up the leftovers. This emphasises that there would be ample spiritual food for all who desire to be filled with the teachings of Christ, yet this food was not to be wasted.

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