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with Keiran & Eraina Mckenzie

Real Study: A Rocky Stability, 16.09

2 comments on “Real Study: A Rocky Stability, 16.09

  1. Thando
    September 20, 2010

    What an anchor does is create a pivot for a vessel; it allows the vessel to be slightly tossed by the waves. In fact it doesn’t protect the vessel from the tempests but makes sure the tempests do not take the vessel to a different position. So it is with the life of a Christian as the tempests will rage but God will not suffer the righteous to be moved.
    The challenge is getting yourself anchored in Christ and making sure the anchor holds fast especially in these days when all around us seeks our life unto death. The idea of self actualization has the world running in fear as many want to be the envy of all. Media has played a great part in socializing human beings to degenerate to self destruction. The age of celebrity and glamour convolved with over glorified competition has promoted sinful ideas and created environments that offer even the most elect of Christians a moral obligation to be immoral. Thus, we have phrases like ‘healthy competition’ (oxymoronic in nature), ‘get ahead in life’ (ahead of whom? Selfish!), he’s a born winner, etc. Whatever the circumstance, the idea being promoted is, doing it own your own hence the new religions that seek to install men as Gods and masters of their own destinies.
    Success is achieving God’s standard through Jesus Christ therefore the contrary will be true, failure is falling short of the same. The richest man is not he who has the most but he who needs the least. In this case then, if all you need is Christ then you are the richest for yours is the Kingdom of Heaven.
    What I know is success has one currency which is righteousness through faith in Christ.

    Easier said huh?


  2. darren
    September 22, 2010

    well a anhcor is the support what we need to be a good christian and obtain a resourceful meanuing in faith cause with out support will be unfocused on the truth
    but with support we be making great achievements in life


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Keiran & Eraina attends the Community of Hope Seventh day Adventist church most Sabbaths (Saturday) unless we have been asked to do something at another church. We would love you to join us anytime:
9:45am Sabbath school
11:30am - Main service
1:45pm - Lunch/soup provided &; friendship.
4:00pm - Afternoon programme

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