Afghanistan… a spiritual allegory

It has been distressing to see the anguish outside the airport in Kabul. I can only intercede that the human errors, arrogance and political manoeuvres do not become a story of massacres and oppression of all those who are still at the airport. We may be angry and rightly so, at the government, people who could do something and do not, pandemic, nations and governments across the world losing all notion of balance and the paranoia that is abroad. The fact is once you create a God shaped vacuum and fill it with politics this is what it produces. We … Continue reading Afghanistan… a spiritual allegory

The Upper Room

Today have come on a  journey as we have also with our teaching. We have gone through so much. We have seen Jesus prepare us for ministry and power, authority. There is a time for closing the Upper Room. There is time for moving forward. Let us establish some principles here: 1. We go into the Upper Room for a season 2. We get broken, spoken, token for our lives. 3. We are taught about true authority, not dictatorship. 4. Greatness is not about how HIGH we go but how low we stoop to know Him in our humility. 5. … Continue reading The Upper Room

Rioting without a cause

This week we have all seen the spreading of rioting throughout the cities of Britain. There has been a lot of destruction, some loss of life. Everyone is asking why. First of all the spiritual landscape of Britain is apathetic, with a society based on easy going economics, political correctness, and humanism. This means we are bringing up a generation who have no presentation, posture for work. They are mostly unemployed for years, and without any prospect. This along with humanistic vacuum which has left the country a shadow of what it once was. The minorities are affecting the opinion … Continue reading Rioting without a cause