Wednesday, May 12

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The Reason for the Season

A man is drowning under the weight of a sunken ship, in order for him to be freed a lifeguard dives for him. At the bottom he realises there is only enough oxygen for one to get back to the surface, breathing very moderately from the cylinder. One of them would not survive. The lifeguard didn’t deserve to but it was his job to rescue. He freed the man, gave him his oxygen, and a new life, at the expense of his own life. Every human being since Adam and Eve have been born with the natural tendency, consciously or unconsciously, to live life without letting God in. This rejection of God, the Bible calls sin. Sin stops us from living as we were designed to live, free of guilt, in relationship with God and with a healthy reflection of ourselves and our future. God devised a rescue
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Invisible Walls part2

We saw in my last blog Invisible Walls part1, that Jesus has broken down walls that get in the way of meaningful relationships - with Him and with each other. Here are a few more thoughts on how to make life flow better with others: - Make communication regular and responsive.  Communication should flow 2-way. If it is all one-sided the one-side will start to slow down and the relationship breaks down.  When both parties take the initiative its much healthier.  In a working relationship that could be a situation where I sms some information to you and you simply reply to say "thanks I got it", I may not have the answer to your sms but I respond anyway "I'm not sure yet whether I am free, I'll come back to you soon."  When communication is 2-way it flows.  It reduces the guess work an