Suggested Reading ...

As requested by a number of you, herewith a few books that I strongly recommend.

The Case for the Psalms:Why they are Essential - N.T.Wright

Journey to the Common Good - Walter Brueggemann

Gagging Jesus: Things Jesus said we wish he hadn't - Phil Moore

Worship Matters: Leading Others to Encounter the Greatness of God - Bob Kauflin

The Writings of the New Testament : An Interpretation - Luke Timothy Johnson

These titles I have been able to source through happy reading!

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Grant NussGrant Nuss is a musician, singer, song-writer, worship-leader, and pastor with three CD releases being - Diversity; Beyond the Sky and Souled Out.

Put your feet up, listen to selected tracks from his albums and read the latest daily devotional and news! Grant invites you to 'live the questions' with him that not many want to ask, or are even prepared to discuss today. He has, in the last while, been asked to lead more spiritual retreats, particularly for men's groups, and says that he thoroughly enjoys the interaction and the experiencing of the absolute hunger folk have for wanting to draw closer to Jesus and mature spiritually and is glad to help lead in that regard.

Grant's Story

I was born in Durban, South Africa, and raised in a wonderful Christian family. My first experience with the Lord was in Empangeni, Zululand, where a wonderful man of God, Neville Pringle, sowed the seed in my formative years. Neville taught me about the need for spiritual growth and maturity and became my mentor and was so until he passed away shortly after retiring from full-time ministry. I started playing music semi–professionally in my teens and turned professional in the early 1980’s. In 1990.In that year I moved into the FMCG industry which led me to Cape Town.

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Worship Workshop.

Click on the link below to find out more about the Christian Worship module and Worship Workshop.

Tell the World.

I was reminded by one of my fellow classmates in the Missiology module from my Bachelor of Theology studies of a song I wrote for a presentation. Here it is - inspired by a book by Rose Dowsett.

Kimberley Trip - #UnityThroughCommunity

I am really looking forward to travelling to Kimberley at the end of September and will be there from the 30th September to the 2nd October ministering about one of the most important facets of the Christian faith, unity. If you reside in the area look out for the advertising and posters to find out where it is all happening. Join us - it will be a blessing!

Love one Another.

1 John 4:12, 16; “If we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us. ... Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in him."

“See how these Christians love one another” (Tertullian). God shares His heart with His people; in fact, His will is drawn like a magnet to a heart that beats with His. I have preached on the 1 John 4: 12 – 16 passage often and as I write this I am reminded of an occasion a few years ago when a young man who was over from Holland came over afterwards stating that he finally understood what the faith was all about, and that God is love. Perhaps the reason why is that, in the text, we discover what God had in mind when He devised the great plan of salvation. What seems clear is that God is not satisfied simply to tell us that He loves us or even show us that He does, His desire is to live in us. Love is who He is; it is part of His nature and a valid test of our relationship with Him. If we are united to God through faith in Christ, we share His nature, and love is the test of the reality of our spiritual life. I don’t know about you but for me it is relatively easy to see who the followers of Christ (the believers) are. How? Well, a person who knows God and has been born of God will respond to God’s nature and naturally practice love without fail. Love is a valid test of true Christian faith. This love will not be a forced thing; for the heart that is synchronised with God's heart, love will be a natural response, the outflow. As I look around me, much which is called “love” in modern society bears no resemblance or relationship to the holy, spiritual love of God. When we see how people treat other people as employers, in business, within their family units, with those in their circles, and, also, what comes out of their mouths in these relationships, the two are literally worlds apart. So what about the Christian? Well, since God is love, and we have claimed a personal relationship with Him, we must of necessity reveal His love in how we live. We should love one another naturally (why) because God loves us and that's what He does. Think about this with me: if God loves one of your enemies and you don't, here’s the reality; yours and God's heart haven't connected at that point and are not aligned. Throughout Scripture we see God aligning our hearts with His. Why? Because that's His character and attitude and is "the room temperature of heaven" (Tiegreen). This is how our hearts align with His.


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