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15 March 2020 In Luke 13:1-9 we see Jesus confronted with the question of human suffering. Why are tragedies happening? Why do people suffer? While Jesus is not interested in philosophical questions, he points out that there is no automatic link between tragedies and sin. However, Jesus declares there is a much more important question to ask: the G…
 
7 Oct 2018 Throughout the process of rebuilding the wall (and even thereafter) Nehemiah and the people of God face opposition in many ways. We learn about the many-faceted tactics of the enemy, but even more so how to overcome opposition and apply a victorious mindset.IEC Finland
 
31 Dec 2017 At the end of the old and the beginning a new year, Ex 13:17-22 reminds us that while our plans and our lives might not always unfold the way we expect, God not only knows what is good for us; he is himself for our good. Therefore he wants us to trust him with our lives.IEC Finland
 
24 Dec 2017 Looking at Christmas through the lenses of Matthew 1:18-25 we see that this message that we celebrate every year has from the beginning been a very public one, deeply prophetic, about a unique person, addressing a redeemed people, and every one of us personally.IEC Finland
 
3 Dec 2017 Waiting is part of life, even an element of faith. Yet, we are not to be passive as we wait. Looking at this reality through the eyes of Luke 19:28-40 we learn that there is always a next task or encounter to engage with. Likewise situations, gifts or visions need to be "untied", released or surrendered. And all the while we are to prais…
 
29 Oct 2017 Paul is convinced that the story written over our lives is a story of hope. This enables us to have a radically new perspective even on our sufferings and trials. Eventually, it is a story rooted in and defined by God's love which he revealed for all time on the cross.IEC Finland
 
28 May 2017 Jesus ascending into heaven and being seated at the right hand of the Father means that already now he is ruling and reigning as King over all. This is the one thing Jesus wanted his disciples do grasp while instructing them in the days between his resurrection and ascension.IEC Finland
 
16 Apr 2017 The resurrection on the first day of the week ushers in God's new creation. (John 20:1-18)The encounter of Mary Magdalene with the risen Lord Jesus Christ reminds us that God takes our pain and grief seriously. He knows us by name and wants us to know him personally. And the moment Mary meets the risen Jesus, he commissions her and send…
 
12 Feb 2017 As Jesus tells his disciples the parable about the labourers in the vineyard (Matthew 20:1-16), he highlights that being a disciple means being sent into the harvest. This will at times entail labour: ministry in the kingdom of God can be hard work! Nonetheless, as disciples we are promised to receive: blessings in this life, and eterna…
 
5 Feb 2017 In Colossians 1:24-2:7 Paul unpacks what the life of a disciple looks like. Having received Jesus, it is now all about continuing to follow him, "walking" with him. Furthermore, a disciple continues to grow in Christ in every way, including growth in (spiritual) knowledge and (practical) wisdom. Eventually it is about counting to overflo…
 
29 Jan 2017 How does a person become a disciple? It all starts with Jesus calling a person to follow him, in this case Simon and his co-workers (Luke 5:1-11). The next thing to happen is a change, a conversion of our heart. Strikingly, as soon as a person becomes a disciple, Jesus commissions them to go themselves and make disciples for him.…
 
27 Nov 2016 On the 1st of Advent we remember Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a donkey, one of the central events of his ministry. Looking at Mark's account (11:1-11), we find four answers to the question who Jesus is: he is good, he is King, he is coming, and (in the meantime) he is building his house.…
 
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