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We are the Isaacs of our generation
Isaac started to dig the wells which his father had dug in his generation. The enemies had filled them with earth. Water was inside but dirt blocked it. Water is a symbol of the Holy Spirit, the symbol of life. Without water there is no life. We have to dig out the dirt of our own well so that the water can flow. Jesus said: “Out of your belly shall flow rivers of living waters.”
God does not change
The law came through Moses but grace and truth through Jesus Christ. Works can not save, heal, deliver or baptize us in the Holy Spirit. But everything we have as a child of God is a free gift from Christ Jesus. In the midst of an ever changing world, God does not change, it also means that the Word of God does not change!
The wind of change
Out of spoken word the breath of God created things, and things that were not, were coming to being. The breath of God brings life! There’s a call for the breath of God to blow into the church. If the church is going to survive and be who she is to be, there must be a change. And the change must come through the wind of the Holy Spirit.
The story of Pentecost
Listen to the story of Pentecost about the gift of the Holy Spirit. Narrated by David Maasbach from the book of Acts.
The story of Ascension day
Listen to the story of Ascension day. The time when Jesus ascended to heaven for the final time following His crucifixion and resurrection. Narrated by David Maasbach from the book of Acts.
Step up your faith
Many people need to step up their faith in order to be able to digest the strong meat of faith. Many people are clinging on religion and traditions that limit themselves to a weakened form of faith. However, God wants you to step up towards a new and higher level of trust in Him.
Living in Godly expectancy
As believers we can live in the fulfilled expectancy of the coming of Jesus. This was a step of faith that many people in the Bible took before His birth. However, this faith is still relevant today in order to accept His gift for you.
The principle and joy of giving
In our daily lives there are many occasions where we are given the chance to give rather than take. These occasions also apply to moments that God asks from you. We need to be filled with a cheerful heart that is keen on giving. So, start living in the blessings that He gives to a giving heart.
The greatest in the Kingdom
The Bible tells us in the book of Matthew that the disciples of Jesus asked Him: “Who is the greatest in the Kingdom of heaven?” Jesus then answered and tells them four things that will make someone the greatest in the Kingdom of heaven.
The Easter story
Listen to the Easter story about the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This true story is still as powerful today as it was more than 2000 years ago! Narrated by David Maasbach from the Gospel of Mark and Luke.
The secret to faith that works
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John T.L. Maasbach
Believe what God believes
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