God Tag

The Battle Lines Are Drawn With regard to the Coronavirus situation, as I was praying yesterday I sensed the words, ‘The battle lines are drawn’ and that the church must arise to do battle and contend against this sickness. I saw an image of a vast battlefield...

Some thoughts about the Coronavirus situation. This is a little longer than our usual updates but hopefully you find it helpful. I want us to look at what I think are the three main areas of focus at this time. Firstly, the onset of panic that is causing...

“In this world you will have trouble.” These were words which Jesus spoke and, at first glance, not the most encouraging. Probably the biggest question that most people have with regard to God is why does he allow suffering? Why is there war, pain, loss, famine and...

Imagine this. A potter creates the most beautiful vase. It is one of countless masterpieces that are the fruit of his care and craftsmanship. Yet this vase develops a flaw which causes it to crack and deform. Having poured himself into forming this beautiful vase...

Jesus is alive! This was the incredible fact that the first disciples came to realise was true after they thought that all had been lost. They had seen Jesus captured, tortured, crucified and laid in a tomb. All they had hoped for and believed in had been shattered. ...

'Who do you think you are?' One of our Revival Church Core Values is that ‘Everyone has equal significance and worth in God’s sight and we seek to honour and love those created in His image.’ But I would propose that one of the greatest enemies of...

It’s no secret that we are a church which aligns itself with Israel. But this begs the question as to why. It’s a fact, reflected in Israel’s history, that this nation has made many bad decisions along with its many good ones. No different from the rest...

Whether someone believes in God or simply believes in the notion of God, it is not uncommon for many to rule out ever hearing from him personally. Their thinking is that if there is a God, he is perceived as being distant and unconcerned with the...