Wolf in Sheeps Clothing

A wolf in sheep’s clothing is someone who appears to be friendly and to be concerned with your best interest, but who actually has hidden motives to take advantage of you or use you in some manner. 

The idiom wolf in sheep’s clothing is found in the New Testament, “Matthew 7:15” – “Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.”

Living Like Heroes

Living as Heroes “Hebrews: 11: 1 to 40.” There is a plan in place for every one of God’s children. We have been welcomed into the family of God by the “Royal Decree,” and much like King David of old, we have been reborn through the experience of being “Born Again” to “Reign in Life” […]


GOD HEARS & RESPONDS. English – Portuguese – French – Urdu Depending on your age range, a “telegram” may be completely foreign to your lexicon of everyday communication. The “Digital Age” we’re currently in allows for nearly immediate, worldwide communication. To what extent does it benefit or hinder one’s life? Well! That’s something you’ll have […]

Created with Purpose

“For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.” – “Ephesians 2:10” You and I are here because God had a plan when He created us. This means that God planned and orchestrated every aspect of our character, from […]

Do You Ask The Question?

In my “secular employment utilised to underpin the ministry activities of Worldwide Christian Ministries,” I meet with potential enquirers many of which are moved from being enquirers to customers. Why is that? It’s simply because they are asked – “Do you want to go ahead?

Let’s Play Tag Together – Your’e It

Do we understand the times in which we are living? Do we recognise the plight of both the Church and the Lost? Are we prepared to seize the moment by any and all means to bring across the gospel in a fresh and meaningful way, without watering it down to be accepted,and still keep its powerful and impactful to a lost generation of both saved and un-saved alike? Or! And it’s with such sadness I say this – “Will we be at ease in Zion?” will there be a “Little folding of the hands to rest” will we “continue to lie there?” will we “get up from our sleep?” if we do we can expect only poverty of spirit because the enemy “will come upon us like a robber” and we will find ourselves in need because a bandit will have stolen away the richness that God has for us.