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It is common for teachers or child supervisors to select two children, who are "chosen" to be the captains of two teams. Those two children feel special at having been chosen, and then they proceed to select their teams based on what is best for them, a team they hope will be a winning team. Ultimately there are always a few children chosen last who feel unwanted.

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This is part two of a series of blogs by John Alley, on the topic of the humanity of apostles. These blogs are taken from chapter 10 of the Apostolic Revelation. Part one of this blog series is available here.

Do Apostles Ever Speak Their Own Thoughts, Rather Than Purely the Mind of the Lord?

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In 1882, the Morgan Brothers started mining a seam of gold on Ironstone Mountain that proved to be incredibly wealthy. Not long after, during the early years, they were pulling in gold at the rate of more than ten ounces per tonne of dirt. The Mt Morgan Gold Mine in Central Queensland ended up being the wealthiest gold mine on the planet at that point, and the royalties paid to the colonial government of Queensland were a great boost in helping the fledgling colonies to federate and become Australia.

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This is part one of a series of blogs by John Alley, on the topic of the humanity of apostles. These blogs are taken from chapter 10 of the Apostolic Revelation.

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There is no better example of a relational maturity than that which exists in the Godhead. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one, and they are also three persons. United in thought, heart and mind, of one purpose and agreed in all they do. There is nothing like it anywhere. The unity we find in God gives the world its stability and "in Him we live and move and have our being." (Acts 17:28) . God is that unshakeable entity that gives a solid foundation to everything.

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This is the sixth and last part of a blog series by John Alley on the subject of apostolic authority. These are taken from Chapter 5 of his book, The Apostolic Revelation. Part five is available here.

A Heart for the Poor and for Mission

Apostles are seen to take up specific responsibility both for mission and for the poor in the Gospels, in the Acts of the Apostles, and in the Epistles.

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On December 31, 2017, forty-two people from the Peace Christian Church were gathered for prayer to usher in the New Year, which of course was last year. During that evening a word grew within us, that was already a reality before, but became concrete. The year ahead was the beginning of a season of opportunity.

So we labelled 2018 "the year of opportunity." In reality however, it was the first year of a season of opportunities that were ahead of us all.

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This is part five of a blog series by John Alley on the subject of apostolic authority. These are taken from Chapter 5 of his book, The Apostolic Revelation. Part four is available here.

Authority in Church Discipline

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When Mary was told she would be with child, and this baby was to be none other than God, she was curious how this would happen. She was told she would become pregnant via the Holy Spirit's power. From that time she carried the Christ within her.

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Lloyd Gill has just returned on behalf of 'Peace' from some fruitful ministry in both Tanzania and Kenya meeting with key brothers, congregations and ministries in Dar 'es Salaam, and also in Nairobi and the surrounding areas.

In Tanzania during December 6-9, Lloyd spoke and ministered for Pastor Job, a dear brother who he was able to serve with teaching, impartation and prayer. The apostolic grace that is on our lives, is tangible, and truly flows when we go with the purpose to give and serve others.

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