Tag Archives: Reflection

Christ Alone is Our Fitness for Heaven, Not our Victories

Continuing reflections on the Book of Hebrews – Jesus Without Strings Attached “By one sacrifice he has made perfect forever those who are being made holy.” Hebrews 10:14. NIV Every follower of Christ, who understands and appreciates the Gospel, will … Continue reading

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Desmond Ford Taught Me that the Truth Matters

I met Dr. Desmond Ford, a leading and unusual Adventist theologian from Australia, through the word of mouth and vibrant discussions with friends at Newbold College, England in the late seventies. Those encounters led me to seek, photocopy and read his … Continue reading

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Can You Hear the Engine Roaring?

My most recent daily Bible readings are from the Old Testament books that major in the judgments of God against the kingdoms of Israel and Judah at the hands of the Assyrian and Babylonian invaders. One cannot miss the point … Continue reading

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Come, Lord Jesus

Advent Reflection     When Jesus Christ came for the first time, as a powerless baby, it seemed as if the whole world was asleep. Only a few anticipated His birth. Many more could have known about His gentle arrival … Continue reading

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Doing Right for Bad Reasons

I have taken this short text out of my old archives.  Signs of the Times,  Australian lifestyle magazine published it late 1998. The reason I find this article still relevant today is that even today, number of years later, there … Continue reading

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Preaching in Australia

Late March and the beginning of April 2016 for me were the weeks of my visit to Melbourne, Australia. This was a working visit, with some special time to spend with my grown up children – Tina, Tamara and Andrija, … Continue reading

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Christ is Risen Indeed

Despite that some prominent leaders are telling us otherwise the world is becoming an increasingly ugly place. Human dignity is trampled upon. Popular media teaches our children violence, witchcraft and promiscuity under the pretence of innocent entertainment. We are expected … Continue reading

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What Will You Do With Jesus?

The days are coming when we will witness the biggest polarization ever within the Christian community worldwide. Most of it will merge gladly, as if it were the only sensible thing to do, into a mystic, cosmetic and safe Christianity. … Continue reading

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Serving God’s Purpose in Our Generation

“I tell you the truth, whatever you did for the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:4. I love the slogan “Serving God’s purpose in our Generation”, but what are its real implications? Competing offers … Continue reading

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My God is Not Frankenstein

“You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.” Revelation 4:11. Jesus would not have been much of a … Continue reading

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