Serving and being served is a concept which has been adopted by both the sec- ular and spiritual institutions which makes it more vital and urgent. Robert K. Greenleaf and others pressed the point that the best leaders achieve the most by serving those they lead. He even started the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership to advance[…]

ACP Update for 14th March 2021

The ACP Team is grateful to God for His faithfulness for the Cathedral Building project. We continue to execute phase 3 through Transition Works in small lots, despite the continuing effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on construction and financial sectors. The site remains under restricted access.This year 2021, the pending interiors and Sanctuary building exteriors[…]

Texts: Job 41:1-34God now turns Job’s attention to the Leviathan (probably the crocodile). Like the hippo, the crocodile cannot be handled like an ordinary beast. If you try, you will never do it again (v.8)! Trying to handle God will be far more dangerous (v.10). Then there is an interesting statement in v26, no matter[…]

Text: Job 40:1-24Job had been wanting to talk directly with God, but when God does come tohim, Job realizes that he is of little importance and should have said nothing. Then God continues speaking to Job. He speaks now about Behemoth (probably the hippopotamus), one of the deadliest animals in Africa. Yahweh calls it the[…]

ACP Update for 14th March 2021

The ACP Team is grateful to God for His faithfulness for the Cathedral Building project. We continue to execute phase 3 through Transition Works in small lots, despite the continuing effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on construction and financial sectors. The site remains under restricted access. This year 2021, the pending interiors and Sanctuary building[…]

Texts: Job 39:1-30The creatures of the world are also under God’s Sovereign governance. Thehuge variety alone shows the greatness of His creativity. There is amazement in the intricacies of the birth process; the craftiness of the wild donkey, which allows it to live in the wilderness and yet find food; the great size and power[…]

Text: Job 28:1-28Jōb’s speech begins with him talking about the great wealth of the earth,treasures that men can find, bring out and use. He then goes on to talk about how elusive wisdom is; where can it be found, it is not in the earth or the sea; creatures do not know where wisdom is.[…]

Text: Job 22:1-30This is Eliphaz’s third and final speech. He says Job has done evil against thepoor, the widows, and the orphans, and he says Job has spoken evil things about God. Actually, he twisted Job’s words. Eliphaz does say something good– he encourages Job to listen to God’s Word and repent (although Job’s arguments[…]

Text: Job 22:1-30This is Eliphaz’s third and final speech. He says Job has done evil against thepoor, the widows, and the orphans, and he says Job has spoken evil things about God. Actually, he twisted Job’s words. Eliphaz does say something good– he encourages Job to listen to God’s Word and repent (although Jōb’s arguments[…]

Text: Job 21:1-34The Friends have been saying the wicked do not last long, God punishes them quickly. But Job’s speech is about how God treats the wicked differently than his friends think. God does not punish immediately. Job sees godless persons often leading long, prosperous, healthy lives. The wicked say to God, “We do not[…]