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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Psalm 55:17; “Evening and morning and at noon I will pray, and cry aloud, He shall hear my voice.”

“When I pray, coincidences happen, and when I don’t, they don’t” (William Temple).  “Your call is important to us, so please hold.” I don’t know about you, but when I hear a voice message like that, I just know that it is not going to turn out well. So we continue to hold and hold and hold … as our call becomes more and more important, but not important enough to deserve a human response. “Prayer isn’t like that. God knows what we need even before we call, but He wants us to call on Him for our sake, not for His. He longs to give us what we need, but first we must ask” (Wiersbe). Throughout scripture we find God’s people praying and, in Psalm 65:2, God is addressed as; “You who hears prayer.” Perhaps read this psalm again knowing that, when David wrote it, he was in deep trouble. In fact, in verses 4 to 8 he actually wanted to fly away (ever felt like that). He was in a storm (verse 8), and, he was at war (verses 18 – 21). To make matters worse, in spite of his vast military experience, he seemed unable to defeat the enemy. But here’s the key: God heard his cry and gave him the victory. “Instead of flying off like a dove, he soared above like an eagle (Isaiah 40:31) and was more than a conqueror (Romans 8:37)” (Wiersbe). No matter where we are, what our circumstances are, God will hear us if we are praying by faith and claiming His promises. Prayer changes things. Prayer also changes people, including those who find themselves in deep trouble and trust the Lord to deliver them. “Prayer effectively invites God into our troubles to do something about it, to be present with us in it, to redeem it, to teach us in the midst of it, to guide us out of it, and ultimately to fix it” (Tiegreen). Is there anything too hard for God?


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