Greg Rolfe
14/3/2017 · 14 min read · ~100
The cost of complaining

The cost of complaining

Most of ushave heard people including ourselves complain for most of our lives. What has it ever accomplished? The standard result is the frustration ofeveryone we are around. Complaininggenerally upsets those in authority, creating unsettled...

Greg Rolfe
20/12/2016 · 14 min read · ~10
There is a Way

There is a Way

I was readinga post by a young angry man who simply wanted a better world. He wants to live in a place where people havea chance to enjoy life. His desire isfor a world where everybody has the same opportunities. He doesn’t care if you are male or...

Greg Rolfe

Greg Rolfe

Amen#1

22/12/2016
Vivian Chapman

Vivian Chapman

Great article Greg. I wonder when Christians will begin to preach, as did Jesus, St Paul and the early Christians: "Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand". So many Christians have forgotten that we have good news about the future world-order. One of my favourite bible passages is Isaiah 11. Jesus has a wonderful future planned for the human race, and whenever I read that chapter, my heart sings for joy. Just as the Divine Word materialised in space and time, and became a human being, so the Kingdom of God will materialise. It is not a dream, but solid reality. There will be no more suffering.

21/12/2016
Greg Rolfe
1/11/2016 · 8 min read · ~100
Five ways to improve your understanding of the Bible

Five ways to improve your understanding of the Bible

1) Know theauthor. Having a relationship with Godpermits us to have an inside incite to His writings. 2) Talk tothe author. Having consistent conversations withGod helps us to understand how He speaks and how He directs. 3) Readthe book. It is...

Greg Rolfe

Greg Rolfe

Very true. It is amazing how the whole book works together.#1

21/12/2016
Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Great Write. I was almost 25 years old before I even read my entire Bible. Just the action of doing that answer so many questions I always had. The first time I read the entire Book for just to tell myself that I did. The second time was more of a history lesson. I was amazed how much information I was ignorant of. Know each time I read it, I realize there is something deeper, I missed before. This is one reason I love to read this book with others. It it great to have others perspectives on stories and verses.

20/12/2016
Greg Rolfe
16/8/2016 · 21 min read · ~100
Blame shifting never delivers the results it promises

Blame shifting never delivers the results it promises

Blaming ourproblems on others is hardly new, Adam and Eve choose to do exactly that at thebeginning of time and we have not stopped since. The influence others have on our lives isreal and it does affect how we think and even how we act but it is we...

Greg Rolfe
2/8/2016 · 12 min read · +700
There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. John 15:13

There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. John 15:13

Throughoutour lives there are times when this statement rings in our ears. Times when we are the one dropping everythingto run to the aid of a friend and times when they are doing the same forus. One friend of mine put it this way. “You find out...

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