Encountering the Kingdom of God in Galilean Shores

Warm Greetings to the Church!

How time flies! Already we on the 25 January with 340 days left before the end of the year.

We are adjusting with our daily work. Schools for our children are also settling well. As a Church, we pray for you all, for your families, jobs, for children at school, stability of the country especially economically, so that we may all afford to meet this year’s expectations.

The call from Jesus beside the Sea of Galilee after John was put in prison saying “The time has come … the Kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe the good news,” could not be so relevant for all of us today as we begin the new year.

The Kingdom of God at this time, is the answer to all our needs, endeavours and goals. For this reason resourcing our nets from God’s Kingdom is our strength and courage. Yes, we must all drink from this well!

From the theme, Jesus is in the Galilean shores, a place known in history to be a low place to make us the best disciples as he did with the four disciples. What an underserving honour to be invited to His Kingdom.

For all of us today the Kingdom is our healing well, the release from soul prison, the strength to do all in Him who always strengthens us. The Kingdom is a place to dream in and be with God.

May our ears, hearts and minds hear always His loving call, “Come follow me and I will make you fishers of men” for the Kingdom. Blessings Jacob