PRAISE GOD IT’S MONDAY!
A WEEKLY ‘WWW (world-wide word) OF ENCOURAGEMENT’
TO THOSE IN MINISTRY

A FREE service, currently connecting with Christian leaders from 3,000 denominations and ministries, in 70 countries.

Issue No: 626     Published: 14 Oct 2013

WHOSE CHURCH IS IT ANYWAY?

Again I acknowledge that much of the material that follows is drawn from the excellent publication by Eddie L. Hyatt, 2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity. For specific references to the writings quoted, please refer to that publication.

THE POST APOSTOLIC CHURCH

We continue looking at prominent spirit filled men who lived during the 4th to 6th centuries AD.

THE MONASTICS 325-600AD

ATHANASIUS (AD295-373) Athanasius was known as 'the Father of Orthodoxy', and was the bishop of Alexandria in Egypt. Best known for his writings against 'Arianism' (Christ as a created being, different from and less than the Father), he insisted Christ was coequal, cosubstantial and coeternal with the Father. Exiled 5 times, his teaching was finally accepted as official church doctrine.

Talking of the Holy Spirit, when writing of his friend Antony (see last week), he said.....

And we ought not to doubt whether such marvels were wrought by the hand of a man. For it is the promise of the Saviour, when He saith, "If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say to this mountain, remove hence and it shall remove, and nothing shall be impossible unto you."

The office of bishop was becoming formalized, leading to a life of ease, wealth and temptation. However, he reasoned he could still live a devoted life as a bishop while some monks didn't.....

"We know bishops who work wonders [miracles] and monks who do not."

Athanasius clearly experienced spiritual gifts personally and saw them being for the body, not the limited few of an appointed clergy.

HILARION (AD305-385) Born in Gaza city in Palestine to pagan parents, he received a good education, becoming a believer at an early age and showing a tendency towards an ascetic lifestyle.

While still in his teens he visited Antony in the Egyptian desert and then devoted himself to a life of devotion in the Palestinian wilderness. Like his mentor Antony, he gained a reputation for holiness and power in prayer. Jerome, who knew Hilarion personally said of him, "Time would fail me if I wished to relate all the miracles which were wrought by him."

On one occasion, Hilarion found a paralyzed man lying near the entrance of his dwelling. After finding out the man's identity.....

weeping much and stretching out his hand to the prostrate man he said, "I bid you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, arise and walk." The words were still on the lips of the speaker when, with miraculous speed, the limbs were strengthened and the man arose and stood firm.

He died in Cyprus, having spent his last years there. A friend stole his body and returned it to Palestine. Jerome, writing after Hilarion's death, recorded that miracles continued to take place both at the site of his death in Cyprus and at his tomb in Palestine.

So we can continue to say that.....

THE TRUE FOLLOWERS OF JESUS ARE ONES WHO ARE OBEDIENT TO THE LEADING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT IN THEIR LIVES.

(Continued next week)

Find out more about us at.....

http://www.wwj.org.nz/about.php

FROM THE WORD

THE WORDS OF JESUS continued

The Lord has asked me to compile a publication of the words Jesus spoke, as recorded in the New Testament in chronological order. I have got about halfway, and have found it very enlightening and encouraging in my relationship with Him. The final version will have changes of layout and version used, but this is a foretaste of things to come. Of course, it is not a Bible substitute! I Hope you find it helpful too, in your walk with Jesus.

The 'Sermon on the Mount' forms the basis of the 'life teachings' of Jesus. Every follower of Jesus should learn, and live out daily, the teachings of Matthew, chapters 5-7.

Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:1-7:29, Luke 6:17-49)

Judging Others (Matthew 7:1-6, Luke 6:37-42)

“Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye. “Do not give dogs what is sacred; do not throw your pearls to pigs. If you do, they may trample them under their feet, and then turn and tear you to pieces.

Ask, Seek, Knock (Matthew 7:7-12)
“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. “Which of you, if his son asks for bread, will give him a stone? Or if he asks for a fish, will give him a snake? If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him! So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.

The Narrow and Wide Gates (Matthew 7:13-14)
“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.

A Tree and Its Fruit (Matthew 7:15-23, Luke 6:43-5)
“Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? Likewise every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Thus, by their fruit you will recognize them.
“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and in your name drive out demons and perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’

The Wise and Foolish Builders (Matthew 7:24-9, Luke 6:46-9)
“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell with a great crash.”

(Continued next week)

Read the NIV Bible online at.....

http://www.ibs.org/niv/index.php

***DAILY EZINE!*** 'DAVID'S DAILY DOODLINGS' Subscribe Today

Receive one of David's sayings in your mailbox each day to inspire, challenge or maybe, amuse. To register today, simply click here on@wwj.org.nz>ddd-on@wwj.org.nz and press send. Then it's done! If you have an Irish heritage, you will love the background coloring! Should you wish, check out current and back issues (where you can also subscribe) at...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/doodlings/index.php

DAVID'S DOODLINGS

TRUTH AND KNOWLEDGE

444. If I knew everything in the world, I would be most confused!

445. The pursuit of knowledge is excellent, the pursuit of truth, unsurpassable.

446. The more I learn, the less I know, so to my God I’d rather go.

447. Truth is like tightening a nut. There is only a small difference between maximum effectiveness and stripping the thread.

448. Human knowledge corrupts. Absolute knowledge corrupts absolutely.

449. Knowledge seeks truth but only God can reveal the truth.

450. Truth provides the foundation upon which the house of knowledge should be built.

451. Knowledge is relative, truth absolute. Problems arise when we confuse the two.

452. If I have all knowledge in the world but have not the truth, I am as nothing.

453. Computers are able to process endless knowledge, but only humans can discern truth.

Please feel free to quote these quotes. Acknowledgement of David Tait as the author would be appreciated. There are now over 1300 David sayings for you to view at ...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/dd.php

CARTOONS FROM TOON FEVER

Visit the Toon Fever website for more cartoon fun..... http://www.toonfever.com TO READ THIS CARTOON AND SEE THE OTHER PICTURES IN THIS EMAIL YOU NEED TO BE ONLINE. Check it out at...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/wwword.php

TUESDAY TEACHINGS

THIS WEEK: A REVELATION OF....... 3 KINGDOM AGES

THE KINGDOM'S REACH

This week we are going to see how God's group of chosen people expanded through the 3 ages from family to nation, to the whole world today - if only we will believe.

Check out all the available teachings at...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/teachings/index.php

*** ANOTHER DAILY EZINE FROM WWJ!*** 'LAUGHING AT OURSELVES' Subscribe Today

As Christians, if we can't laugh at ourselves, others will! A fun way to start your day. To register today, simply click here lao-on@wwj.org.nz and press send. Then it's done! Should you wish, check out early issues (where you can also subscribe) at...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/laughing/index.php

LAUGHING AT OURSELVES

***Blessed are those who can laugh at themselves for they shall never cease to be amused***

*** Those who can't laugh at themselves leave the job to others. ***


799. FIRST TIME PRAYER
A man came to church for the very first time in his life. He heard a sermon that really tugged at his heart strings and felt the need to answer the invitation to become a Christian. When he shared his story about never having attended church the preacher thought surely the new convert was someone special. The preacher urged the man to come back that night to take part in the evening service.

When the man arrived the preacher told the man he needed him to perform a special task. The pastor wanted him to say the benediction at the end of the service.

The new convert protested and said, "Pastor, I've never been to church in my life. How am I supposed to know how to pray in public in only the second church service I've ever attended?"

The preacher said, "That's OK. I have a plan. I've written you a prayer you can read. Just sit back here on the back row next to the coat rack. Place this prayer I've written in your hat. As the service is closing out, just reach back here behind you, pick up your hat and read the prayer."

The new Christian reluctantly agreed to the plan. At the end of the service the preached called the man by name and asked him to offer the closing prayer.

On cue, the man reached to the hat rack behind him, and picked up a hat. As planned he started the prayer. In a loud voice he said, "DEAR GOD .................... this is NOT my hat...."

.....from Sermon Fodder by way of Doc's Daily Chuckle (pkaine@woh.rr.com) and "Christian Voices" (www.ChristianVoicesWorldwide.net)

798. THE VOICE OF EXPERIENCE!
One Sunday morning when my son, David, was about 5, we were attending a church in our community.

It was common for the preacher to invite the children to the front of the church and have a small lesson before beginning the sermon. He would bring in an item they could find around the house and relate it to a teaching from the Bible.

This particular morning, the visual aid for his lesson was a smoke detector. He asked the children if anyone knew what it meant when an alarm sounded from the smoke detector.

My child immediately raised his hand and said, "It means Daddy's cooking dinner."

797. THE SUNDAY PAPER
"Where is my Sunday paper?" the irate customer calling the local newspaper's customer service center loudly demanded, wanting to know where her Sunday edition was.

"Ma'am," said the newspaper employee, "today is Saturday. The Sunday paper is not delivered until tomorrow, on Sunday."

There was quite a long pause on the other end of the phone, followed by a ray of recognition, as the caller was heard to mutter, "Well, that explains why no one was at church today!"

" FREE DOWNLOAD: You can now download the book 'Laughing At Ourselves' in PDF format at LAUGHING AT OURSELVES One of the most comprehensive sources of Christian Humour on the Net with 800 sermon fillers for your entertainment and use at ...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/laugh.php

FACTS FOR FUN

LAST WEEKS QUESTION: What is a group of flamingos called?

ANSWER: A pat. (Got that down pat!)

THIS WEEK'S QUESTION: How many sweat glands do we have in our body?

Answer Next Week.

SOME FUN FACTS

803. MAKE 'EM TOUGH
No NFL team which plays its home games in a domed stadium has ever won a Superbowl. (Grunt can still beat technology – occasionally!)

804. LIGHTENING STRIKES GALORE
The Empire State Building gets hit by lightning approximately one hundred times per year. The building is designed to serve as a lightning rod for the surrounding area. (Perhaps the electricity could be harnessed for light – ening and power?)

805. SNAKE SPRINT?
Many people think snakes are fast, but they aren't. Most only move about three to four miles per hour and both children and adults can easily outrun them. In any case, snakes do not normally chase humans anyway. They're more likely to flee. But here is that exception again! For there is one fast snake - the black mamba of southern Africa. This snake is said to move as fast as 25 to 30 miles per hour, which would beat the fastest human over 100 metres. (Proves that legs move faster than bellies – nearly always.)

A WORD PUZZLE FOR YOU

Make another word from this word using all the letters.

CARLYLE

Answer at the end of A David Musing

FREE DOWNLOAD: You can download the full version of our Trivia Book at TRULY TRIFFLING TRIVIA Or view all 1232 online at...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/facts.php

SERMON ON THE MOUNT

7. Where is the best place to pray?

a. In your closet with the door shut
b. On the street corner
c. In the synagogue
d. With your family

Source: http://biblequizzes.org.uk

Heaps more fun and serious 'God Facts' are found at...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/gfacts.php

IF ONLY I'D THOUGHT OF IT!

"""OTHER'S SAYINGS TO ENLIGHTEN, AMUSE, OR BEMUSE"""

More of "MURPHY'S OTHER LAWS"

!!!!!!! It is hard to understand how a cemetery can raise its burial costs and blame it on the higher cost of living.

!!!!!! It is said that if you line up all the cars in the world end to end, someone would be stupid enough to try and pass them.

!!!!! Flashlight: A case for holding dead batteries.

!!!! The shin bone is a device for finding furniture.

!!! A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is a fine for doing well.

!! Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

! Diamonds are a girl's best friends. Dogs are man's best friend. So which is more intelligent ?

100'S MORE TO BE FOUND AT...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/thought.php

TIL DEATH DO US PART!

45. STATIC
"Watch out," the wife cautioned her husband, who was driving. "Don't you see that car is braking?" Then she snapped, "Don't pass that truck - his tire is wobbling."

The husband turned on his CB and informed the trucker about his loose wheel. The wife, in a nasty mood because of a headache, was irritated by the incessant squealing of the CB. "Why do you always get so much static?" she asked.

"Because," her long-suffering husband replied, "I'm married."

46. THE PERFECT SHOT
A guy stood over his tee shot for what seemed an eternity; looking up, looking down, measuring the distance, figuring the wind direction and speed. Driving his partner nuts. Finally his exasperated partner says, "What's taking so long? Hit the blasted ball!"

The guy answers, "My wife is up there watching me from the clubhouse. I want to make this a perfect shot."

"Forget it, man! You don't stand a chance of hitting her from here!"

47. MAKING MATTERS WORSE
"So, what's the matter? I thought you just got back from a nice relaxing fishing trip with your husband."

"Oh, everything went wrong: First he said I talked so loud I would scare the fish. Then he said I was using the wrong bait; and then that I was reeling in too soon.

"All that might have been all right; but then, to make matters worse, I ended up catching the most fish!"

48. IN WITH DAD
When the Jones family moved into their new house, a visiting relative asked five-year-old Sammy how he liked the new place.

"It's terrific," he said. "I have my own room, Mike has his own room, and Jamie has her own room. But poor mum is still in with dad."

49. MALE WISDOM
David: "I'm a man of few words."

Doug: "Yeah, I'm married, too."

Laugh, or cry, more here.

http://wwj.org.nz/tddup.php

BIBLE TRIVIA (About The Bible)

NUTS AND BOLTS
A NEW TESTAMENT CANON.....


..... 'was not looked upon favourably at first. But, it was through heretical movements, that the New Testament came into being as a legitimate part of the Bible. Marcion was a teacher who broke away from the Roman church. Around 150AD he rejected the Old Testament and chose to accept only the 10 letters from Paul and the Gospel of Luke as authoritative Christian Scripture.

Adapted from: '1001 Surprising Things You Should Know About The Bible' MacGregor & Prys

Do Christians have a future in the Middle East?

Posted: 9 October, 2013

Middle East (MNN) One of the factors in understanding the cultural dynamics of the Middle East and its upheaval is the presence of the Christian communities.

Since the "Arab Spring" began, regimes have fallen and Islamist governments have risen. The turmoil has left many of these Eastern Christians wondering what future is left for them given the corresponding increase in persecution.

President of Open Doors USA David Curry says, "Over the last several decades, we've seen the percentage of the population of Christians drop from about 20% in the Middle East to just 4%." It isn't merely reports of beatings that he finds alarming, but the dramatic shift that they're tracking. "In the next decade or two, unless we do something about it, unless we can find a way to stand up and get heard on this subject, it's possible that Christianity could be extinct in its birthplace."

The reality is that in Pakistan, Egypt, Syria, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Iraq--lands where Christians have lived for 2000 years, being identified as anything but Muslim is dangerous. Curry explains, "Some of it is low-grade discrimination. Some of it is intentional persecution of believers. In other cases, it is outright murder and attacks on believers that are driving them out of their homes. I think the population is being driven out of the Middle East."

Regardless, the current repression clearly communicates that followers of Christ are no longer welcome as full members of society. If nothing changes, that begs the question: Do Christians have a future in the Middle East?

On Sept. 27, a group of academics, politicians, and parliamentarians (all Christians) met in Amman, Jordan to try to scratch out an answer to that question. The conference was titled "Eastern Christians in Light of the Arab Spring."

The group looked at the laws of the land, shifts that subtly altered laws and practices of religious freedom, then the impact on the Christian body, and finally, expectations for the future.

Since the constitutions in many of these countries (except Lebanon) presumes that "Islam is the state religion," Sharia becomes a source of the state's legislation, laws, and regulations. Curry says, "It's basically illegal to decide for yourself what you want to believe. That has very dangerous implications for Christians who may be converting from other religions and deciding that they want to call themselves followers of Jesus. In many of these places, that marks them immediately for death."

The "religicide" becomes systematic and protected.

Today, more than one million Christians have fled Iraq. Half a million Christians have left Syria, where there were once around 2 million. There remains a remnant church in Egypt. In Lebanon, the retreat is obvious.

Curry notes that despite Islam's obvious impact on the body of Christ, "Christianity is not at the verge of extinction in the Middle East because we've lost the battle of ideas. We are on the verge of being extinct in the Middle East because we are being persecuted, because we are being driven from those areas, and because en masse, we are being targeted for death."

What are the possible ways of dealing with what has become one of the greatest humanitarian catastrophes of our time? Curry takes that question head-on. Be aware. "First of all, I think that there is an element of these extremist groups that is, for lack of a better word, ‘imperialist.' They believe that they can force their faith on people. They'll do it in their regions, and then they're going to do it in our regions."

Be active. Realize that the Gospel is still going forward. Share the predicament of new believers with your Church body.

Also pray. "There's a scriptural premise here, for believers, certainly. It says, ‘When one part of your body hurts, then the whole body hurts.' Right now, we have members of the Christian faith that are suffering; not a few, but millions of people who have no freedom to study and to choose for themselves how they share their faith."

The International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP) is coming up on Sunday, November 3.

Source: Mission Network News

Via OpenHeaven.com

DAVID'S DOWNLOAD

'TABERNEAGLE' THOUGHTS FROM.....

A poster of thoughts about living life in Tabernacles. Out of a human mind but hopefully with God given inspiration. An A4 sized wall (’loo?’) hanger.

Download your free PDF File here.....

http://wwj.org.nz/pdf/12p57.pdf

WAXING LYRICAL

bit of nonsense that just came out of me - literally! You wish it hadn't, I know! But it did! Hope you can work it out, out, out!

THE CROOK CHOOK!

Look, look, look!
Chook, chook, chook!
Cook, cook, cook!
Crook, crook, crook!

Spew, spew, spew!
True, true, true!
Renew, renew, renew!
Phew, phew, phew!

Well, well, well!
Swell, swell, swell!
Tell, tell, tell!
Heaven, not hell!

More of David's poetry here.....

http://wwj.org.nz/waxing.php

A DAVID MUSING

This week, when supposedly having more time to do things, having sold our business, I now find myself at the computer late on Sunday evening completing this PGIM, for automatic distribution early on Monday morning. Previously, when busy at work, I completed the week's issue by Sunday lunchtime! Oh dear! Where has the time gone! Where has my self discipline gone! LOL!

Kathy and I did have a couple of days away in another city, visiting Kathy's aunt, but that is but a weak excuse! Not having to travel to meet a deadline was a new and pleasurable experience though.

By next week I will adjust and get things back under control - I trust!

So until next week.....

MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND YOU BLESS GOD

His servant and yours

David Tait

Today's 'Word Puzzle' Answer: CLEARLY

TODAY'S 'BIBLE QUESTION' a. In your closet with the door shut

REPRODUCTION OF NEWSLETTER CONTENT

Most weeks we get enquiries about reproducing, in electronic or print form, articles contained in 'PGIM!' We welcome and encourage you to utilize this material. Freely received, freely given. We would ask though, that the source be acknowledged as an encouragement to others to subscribe to this newsletter also.

CHANGING YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS? NEWSLETTER STOPS COMING?

Each week we can lose up to 2% of our readers when they change email addresses without letting us know. Or sometimes, by your server acting strangely and just cutting us off! If you are about to change your address, please advise us of both your old and new addresses here at
enquiries@wwj.org.nz and we will happily change our records to ensure ongoing delivery. Thanks.

Please also keep our address in your address book, as sometimes servers will automatically delete your address if there is even a one off problem in delivery. If your newsletter doesn't arrive, please let us know and we will reinstate you.

LINKS

If you would like to link your web site to ours, and ours to yours, please advise us on
links@wwj.org.nz

DOES THIS EMAIL HAVE A BLUE BACKGROUND AND RED HEADINGS?

YES - Great!
NO - Your web browser needs to be set to 'Rich Text'. If you have an older 'Text Only' browser, this email may also be viewed on our web site at ...

http://www.wwj.org.nz/wwword.php

ABOUT US

WALKING WITH JESUS MINISTRIES is a non-profit, non-denominational, Bible based ministry located in Hastings, New Zealand. A ministry dedicated to developing discipleship, fostering unity amongst God’s people to achieve the Great Commission, and in doing so, preparing for Christ’s return. It is securely based upon the foundational principles of the Apostles Creed while recognising the wide and rich diversity of beliefs amongst Christians in other areas. In accordance with the Lord’s direction, materials produced by the ministry are available, free of charge, to genuine enquirers upon request. The ministry is solely funded by donations, as the Lord provides. A list of materials available (plus some fun!) is obtainable and freely downloadable from our website
wwj.org.nz or by contacting us as follows.

Walking With Jesus Ministries
7 Bull Street
Ahuriri
Napier
New Zealand

Phone: (06) 835 0567 International (+64) 6 835 0567

Email: enquiries@wwj.org.nz
Web: wwj.org.nz

Our role is to bless and encourage those in ministry while promoting co-operation and unity of direction amongst the body of Christ, as emphasised 3 times by Jesus in His longest prayer, immediately prior to His arrest and crucifixion. "… so that they may be one as we are one." (John 17:12, 21, 23-4) Our website is currently being developed to encourage your participation one with another, to share resources, and to enable you to promote events and items of interest to the body as a whole – and have a smile while doing it!

For comments upon and contributions to this service, please contact
david@wwj.org.nz

Archived Newsletters...

10 Sep 2018

03 Sep 2018

27 Aug 2018

20 Aug 2018

13 Aug 2018

06 Aug 2018

30 Jul 2018

23 Jul 2018

16 Jul 2018

09 Jul 2018

02 Jul 2018

25 Jun 2018

18 Jun 2018

11 Jun 2018

04 Jun 2018

28 May 2018

21 May 2018

14 May 2018

07 May 2018

30 Apr 2018

23 Apr 2018

16 Apr 2018

09 Apr 2018

02 Apr 2018

26 Mar 2018

19 Mar 2018

12 Mar 2018

05 Mar 2018

26 Feb 2018

19 Feb 2018

12 Feb 2018

05 Feb 2018

31 Jan 2018

29 Jan 2018

22 Jan 2018

15 Jan 2018

08 Jan 2018

01 Jan 2018

25 Dec 2017

18 Dec 2017

11 Dec 2017

04 Dec 2017

27 Nov 2017

20 Nov 2017

13 Nov 2017

06 Nov 2017

30 Oct 2017

24 Oct 2017

23 Oct 2017

16 Oct 2017

09 Oct 2017

02 Oct 2017

25 Sep 2017

18 Sep 2017

11 Sep 2017

04 Sep 2017

28 Aug 2017

21 Aug 2017

14 Aug 2017

07 Aug 2017

31 Jul 2017

24 Jul 2017

17 Jul 2017

10 Jul 2017

03 Jul 2017

26 Jun 2017

19 Jun 2017

12 Jun 2017

05 Jun 2017

29 May 2017

22 May 2017

15 May 2017

08 May 2017

01 May 2017

24 Apr 2017

17 Apr 2017

10 Apr 2017

03 Apr 2017

27 Mar 2017

20 Mar 2017

13 Mar 2017

06 Mar 2017

27 Feb 2017

20 Feb 2017

13 Feb 2017

06 Feb 2017

30 Jan 2017

23 Jan 2017

16 Jan 2017

09 Jan 2017

02 Jan 2017

26 Dec 2016

19 Dec 2016

12 Dec 2016

05 Dec 2016

28 Nov 2016

21 Nov 2016

14 Nov 2016

07 Nov 2016

31 Oct 2016

24 Oct 2016

17 Oct 2016

10 Oct 2016

03 Oct 2016

26 Sep 2016

19 Sep 2016

12 Sep 2016

05 Sep 2016

29 Aug 2016

22 Aug 2016

15 Aug 2016

08 Aug 2016

01 Aug 2016

25 Jul 2016

18 Jul 2016

11 Jul 2016

04 Jul 2016

27 Jun 2016

20 Jun 2016

13 Jun 2016

06 Jun 2016

30 May 2016

23 May 2016

16 May 2016

09 May 2016

02 May 2016

25 Apr 2016

18 Apr 2016

11 Apr 2016

04 Apr 2016

28 Mar 2016

21 Mar 2016

14 Mar 2016

07 Mar 2016

29 Feb 2016

22 Feb 2016

15 Feb 2016

08 Feb 2016

01 Feb 2016

25 Jan 2016

18 Jan 2016

11 Jan 2016

04 Jan 2016

28 Dec 2015

21 Dec 2015

21 Dec 2015

14 Dec 2015

07 Dec 2015

30 Nov 2015

23 Nov 2015

16 Nov 2015

09 Nov 2015

02 Nov 2015

26 Oct 2015

19 Oct 2015

12 Oct 2015

05 Oct 2015

28 Sep 2015

21 Sep 2015

14 Sep 2015

07 Sep 2015

31 Aug 2015

24 Aug 2015

17 Aug 2015

10 Aug 2015

03 Aug 2015

27 Jul 2015

20 Jul 2015

13 Jul 2015

06 Jul 2015

29 Jun 2015

22 Jun 2015

15 Jun 2015

08 Jun 2015

01 Jun 2015

25 May 2015

18 May 2015

11 May 2015

04 May 2015

27 Apr 2015

20 Apr 2015

13 Apr 2015

06 Apr 2015

30 Mar 2015

23 Mar 2015

16 Mar 2015

09 Mar 2015

02 Mar 2015

23 Feb 2015

16 Feb 2015

09 Feb 2015

02 Feb 2015

26 Jan 2015

05 Jan 2015

29 Dec 2014

22 Dec 2014

15 Dec 2014

08 Dec 2014

01 Dec 2014

24 Nov 2014

17 Nov 2014

10 Nov 2014

03 Nov 2014

27 Oct 2014

20 Oct 2014

13 Oct 2014

06 Oct 2014

29 Sep 2014

22 Sep 2014

15 Sep 2014

08 Sep 2014

01 Sep 2014

25 Aug 2014

18 Aug 2014

11 Aug 2014

04 Aug 2014

28 Jul 2014

21 Jul 2014

14 Jul 2014

07 Jul 2014

30 Jun 2014

23 Jun 2014

16 Jun 2014

09 Jun 2014

02 Jun 2014

26 May 2014

19 May 2014

12 May 2014

05 May 2014

28 Apr 2014

21 Apr 2014

14 Apr 2014

07 Apr 2014

31 Mar 2014

24 Mar 2014

17 Mar 2014

10 Mar 2014

03 Mar 2014

24 Feb 2014

17 Feb 2014

10 Feb 2014

03 Feb 2014

27 Jan 2014

20 Jan 2014

13 Jan 2014

06 Jan 2014

30 Dec 2013

23 Dec 2013

16 Dec 2013

09 Dec 2013

02 Dec 2013

25 Nov 2013

18 Nov 2013

11 Nov 2013

04 Nov 2013

28 Oct 2013

21 Oct 2013

14 Oct 2013

07 Oct 2013

30 Sep 2013

23 Sep 2013

16 Sep 2013

09 Sep 2013

02 Sep 2013

26 Aug 2013

19 Aug 2013

12 Aug 2013

05 Aug 2013

29 Jul 2013

22 Jul 2013

15 Jul 2013

08 Jul 2013

01 Jul 2013

24 Jun 2013

17 Jun 2013

10 Jun 2013

03 Jun 2013

27 May 2013

20 May 2013

13 May 2013

06 May 2013

29 Apr 2013

22 Apr 2013

15 Apr 2013

08 Apr 2013

01 Apr 2013

25 Mar 2013

18 Mar 2013

11 Mar 2013

04 Mar 2013

25 Feb 2013

18 Feb 2013

11 Feb 2013

04 Feb 2013

28 Jan 2013

21 Jan 2013

14 Jan 2013

07 Jan 2013

31 Dec 2012

24 Dec 2012

17 Dec 2012

10 Dec 2012

03 Dec 2012

26 Nov 2012

19 Nov 2012

12 Nov 2012

05 Nov 2012

29 Oct 2012

22 Oct 2012

15 Oct 2012

08 Oct 2012

01 Oct 2012

24 Sep 2012

17 Sep 2012

10 Sep 2012

03 Sep 2012

27 Aug 2012

20 Aug 2012

13 Aug 2012

06 Aug 2012

30 Jul 2012

23 Jul 2012

16 Jul 2012

09 Jul 2012

02 Jul 2012

25 Jun 2012

18 Jun 2012

11 Jun 2012

04 Jun 2012

28 May 2012

21 May 2012

14 May 2012

07 May 2012

30 Apr 2012

23 Apr 2012

16 Apr 2012

09 Apr 2012

02 Apr 2012

26 Mar 2012

19 Mar 2012

12 Mar 2012

05 Mar 2012

27 Feb 2012

20 Feb 2012

13 Feb 2012

06 Feb 2012

30 Jan 2012

23 Jan 2012

16 Jan 2012

09 Jan 2012

02 Jan 2012

26 Dec 2011

19 Dec 2011

12 Dec 2011

05 Dec 2011

28 Nov 2011

21 Nov 2011

14 Nov 2011

07 Nov 2011

31 Oct 2011

24 Oct 2011

17 Oct 2011

10 Oct 2011

03 Oct 2011

26 Sep 2011

19 Sep 2011

12 Sep 2011

05 Sep 2011

29 Aug 2011

22 Aug 2011

15 Aug 2011

08 Aug 2011

01 Aug 2011

25 Jul 2011

18 Jul 2011

11 Jul 2011

04 Jul 2011

27 Jun 2011

20 Jun 2011

13 Jun 2011

06 Jun 2011

30 May 2011

23 May 2011

16 May 2011

09 May 2011

02 May 2011

25 Apr 2011

18 Apr 2011

11 Apr 2011

04 Apr 2011

28 Mar 2011

21 Mar 2011

14 Mar 2011

07 Mar 2011

28 Feb 2011

21 Feb 2011

14 Feb 2011

07 Feb 2011

31 Jan 2011

24 Jan 2011

17 Jan 2011

10 Jan 2011

03 Jan 2011

27 Dec 2010

20 Dec 2010

13 Dec 2010

06 Dec 2010

29 Nov 2010

22 Nov 2010

15 Nov 2010

08 Nov 2010

01 Nov 2010

25 Oct 2010

18 Oct 2010

11 Oct 2010

04 Oct 2010

27 Sep 2010

20 Sep 2010

13 Sep 2010

06 Sep 2010

30 Aug 2010

23 Aug 2010

16 Aug 2010

09 Aug 2010

02 Aug 2010

26 Jul 2010

19 Jul 2010

12 Jul 2010

05 Jul 2010

28 Jun 2010

21 Jun 2010

14 Jun 2010

07 Jun 2010

31 May 2010

24 May 2010

17 May 2010

10 May 2010

03 May 2010

26 Apr 2010

19 Apr 2010

12 Apr 2010

05 Apr 2010

29 Mar 2010

22 Mar 2010

15 Mar 2010

08 Mar 2010

01 Mar 2010

22 Feb 2010

15 Feb 2010

08 Feb 2010

01 Feb 2010

25 Jan 2010

18 Jan 2010

11 Jan 2010

04 Jan 2010

28 Dec 2009

21 Dec 2009

14 Dec 2009

07 Dec 2009

30 Nov 2009

23 Nov 2009

16 Nov 2009

09 Nov 2009

02 Nov 2009

26 Oct 2009

19 Oct 2009

12 Oct 2009

05 Oct 2009

28 Sep 2009

21 Sep 2009

14 Sep 2009

07 Sep 2009

31 Aug 2009

24 Aug 2009

17 Aug 2009

10 Aug 2009

03 Aug 2009

27 Jul 2009

20 Jul 2009

13 Jul 2009

06 Jul 2009

29 Jun 2009

22 Jun 2009

15 Jun 2009

08 Jun 2009

01 Jun 2009

25 May 2009

18 May 2009

11 May 2009

04 May 2009

27 Apr 2009

20 Apr 2009

13 Apr 2009

06 Apr 2009

30 Mar 2009

23 Mar 2009

16 Mar 2009

09 Mar 2009

02 Mar 2009

23 Feb 2009

16 Feb 2009

09 Feb 2009

02 Feb 2009

26 Jan 2009

19 Jan 2009

12 Jan 2009

05 Jan 2009

29 Dec 2008

22 Dec 2008

15 Dec 2008

08 Dec 2008

01 Dec 2008

24 Nov 2008

17 Nov 2008

10 Nov 2008

03 Nov 2008

27 Oct 2008

20 Oct 2008

13 Oct 2008

06 Oct 2008

29 Sep 2008

22 Sep 2008

15 Sep 2008

08 Sep 2008

01 Sep 2008

25 Aug 2008

18 Aug 2008

11 Aug 2008

04 Aug 2008

28 Jul 2008

21 Jul 2008

14 Jul 2008

07 Jul 2008

30 Jun 2008

23 Jun 2008

16 Jun 2008

09 Jun 2008

02 Jun 2008

26 May 2008

19 May 2008

12 May 2008

05 May 2008

28 Apr 2008

21 Apr 2008

14 Apr 2008

07 Apr 2008

31 Mar 2008

24 Mar 2008

17 Mar 2008

10 Mar 2008

03 Mar 2008

25 Feb 2008

18 Feb 2008

11 Feb 2008

04 Feb 2008

28 Jan 2008

21 Jan 2008

14 Jan 2008

07 Jan 2008

31 Dec 2007

24 Dec 2007

17 Dec 2007

10 Dec 2007

03 Dec 2007

26 Nov 2007

19 Nov 2007

12 Nov 2007

05 Nov 2007

29 Oct 2007

22 Oct 2007

15 Oct 2007

08 Oct 2007

01 Oct 2007

24 Sep 2007

17 Sep 2007

10 Sep 2007

03 Sep 2007

27 Aug 2007

20 Aug 2007

13 Aug 2007

06 Aug 2007

30 Jul 2007

23 Jul 2007

16 Jul 2007

09 Jul 2007

02 Jul 2007

25 Jun 2007

18 Jun 2007

11 Jun 2007

04 Jun 2007

28 May 2007

21 May 2007

14 May 2007

07 May 2007

30 Apr 2007

23 Apr 2007

16 Apr 2007

09 Apr 2007

02 Apr 2007

26 Mar 2007

19 Mar 2007

12 Mar 2007

05 Mar 2007

26 Feb 2007

19 Feb 2007

12 Feb 2007

05 Feb 2007

29 Jan 2007

22 Jan 2007

15 Jan 2007

08 Jan 2007

01 Jan 2007

25 Dec 2006

18 Dec 2006

11 Dec 2006

04 Dec 2006

27 Nov 2006

20 Nov 2006

13 Nov 2006

06 Nov 2006

30 Oct 2006

23 Oct 2006

16 Oct 2006

09 Oct 2006

02 Oct 2006

25 Sep 2006

18 Sep 2006

11 Sep 2006

04 Sep 2006

28 Aug 2006

21 Aug 2006

14 Aug 2006

07 Aug 2006

31 Jul 2006

24 Jul 2006

17 Jul 2006

10 Jul 2006

03 Jul 2006

26 Jun 2006

19 Jun 2006

12 Jun 2006

05 Jun 2006

29 May 2006

22 May 2006

15 May 2006

08 May 2006

01 May 2006

24 Apr 2006

17 Apr 2006

10 Apr 2006

03 Apr 2006

27 Mar 2006

20 Mar 2006

13 Mar 2006

06 Mar 2006

27 Feb 2006

20 Feb 2006

13 Feb 2006

06 Feb 2006

30 Jan 2006

23 Jan 2006

16 Jan 2006

09 Jan 2006

02 Jan 2006

26 Dec 2005

19 Dec 2005

12 Dec 2005

05 Dec 2005

28 Nov 2005

21 Nov 2005

14 Nov 2005

07 Nov 2005

31 Oct 2005

24 Oct 2005

17 Oct 2005

10 Oct 2005

03 Oct 2005

26 Sep 2005

19 Sep 2005

12 Sep 2005

05 Sep 2005

29 Aug 2005

22 Aug 2005

15 Aug 2005

08 Aug 2005

01 Aug 2005

25 Jul 2005

18 Jul 2005

11 Jul 2005

04 Jul 2005

27 Jun 2005

20 Jun 2005

13 Jun 2005

06 Jun 2005

30 May 2005

23 May 2005

16 May 2005

09 May 2005

02 May 2005

25 Apr 2005

18 Apr 2005

11 Apr 2005

04 Apr 2005

28 Mar 2005

21 Mar 2005

14 Mar 2005

07 Mar 2005

28 Feb 2005

21 Feb 2005

14 Feb 2005

07 Feb 2005

31 Jan 2005

24 Jan 2005

17 Jan 2005

10 Jan 2005

03 Jan 2005

27 Dec 2004

20 Dec 2004

13 Dec 2004

06 Dec 2004

29 Nov 2004

22 Nov 2004

15 Nov 2004

08 Nov 2004

01 Nov 2004

25 Oct 2004

18 Oct 2004

11 Oct 2004

04 Oct 2004

27 Sep 2004

20 Sep 2004

13 Sep 2004

06 Sep 2004

30 Aug 2004

23 Aug 2004

16 Aug 2004

09 Aug 2004

02 Aug 2004

26 Jul 2004

19 Jul 2004

12 Jul 2004

05 Jul 2004

28 Jun 2004

21 Jun 2004

14 Jun 2004

07 Jun 2004

31 May 2004

24 May 2004

17 May 2004

10 May 2004

03 May 2004

26 Apr 2004

19 Apr 2004

12 Apr 2004

05 Apr 2004

29 Mar 2004

22 Mar 2004

15 Mar 2004

08 Mar 2004

01 Mar 2004

25 Feb 2004

23 Feb 2004

16 Feb 2004

09 Feb 2004

02 Feb 2004

26 Jan 2004

19 Jan 2004

12 Jan 2004

05 Jan 2004

29 Dec 2003

22 Dec 2003

15 Dec 2003

08 Dec 2003

01 Dec 2003

24 Nov 2003

17 Nov 2003

10 Nov 2003

03 Nov 2003

27 Oct 2003

22 Oct 2003

20 Oct 2003

13 Oct 2003

06 Oct 2003

29 Sep 2003

22 Sep 2003

15 Sep 2003

08 Sep 2003

01 Sep 2003

25 Aug 2003

18 Aug 2003

11 Aug 2003

04 Aug 2003

28 Jul 2003

21 Jul 2003

14 Jul 2003

07 Jul 2003

30 Jun 2003

23 Jun 2003

16 Jun 2003

09 Jun 2003

02 Jun 2003

26 May 2003

19 May 2003

12 May 2003

05 May 2003

28 Apr 2003

21 Apr 2003

14 Apr 2003

07 Apr 2003

31 Mar 2003

24 Mar 2003

17 Mar 2003

06 Mar 2003

03 Mar 2003

24 Feb 2003

17 Feb 2003

10 Feb 2003

03 Feb 2003

27 Jan 2003

20 Jan 2003

13 Jan 2003

06 Jan 2003

30 Dec 2002

23 Dec 2002

16 Dec 2002

09 Dec 2002

02 Dec 2002

25 Nov 2002

18 Nov 2002

11 Nov 2002

04 Nov 2002

28 Oct 2002

21 Oct 2002

14 Oct 2002

07 Oct 2002

30 Sep 2002

23 Sep 2002

16 Sep 2002

09 Sep 2002

26 Aug 2002

19 Aug 2002

12 Aug 2002

05 Aug 2002

29 Jul 2002

22 Jul 2002

15 Jul 2002

08 Jul 2002

01 Jul 2002

24 Jun 2002

17 Jun 2002

10 Jun 2002

03 Jun 2002

27 May 2002

20 May 2002

13 May 2002

06 May 2002

29 Apr 2002

22 Apr 2002

15 Apr 2002

08 Apr 2002

01 Apr 2002

25 Mar 2002

18 Mar 2002

11 Mar 2002

04 Mar 2002

25 Feb 2002

18 Feb 2002

11 Feb 2002

04 Feb 2002

28 Jan 2002

21 Jan 2002

14 Jan 2002

07 Jan 2002

31 Dec 2001

24 Dec 2001

17 Dec 2001

10 Dec 2001

03 Dec 2001

18 Nov 2001

11 Nov 2001

04 Nov 2001

28 Oct 2001

21 Oct 2001

SUBSCRIPTION MANAGEMENT
We would encourage you to share this free service with your friends in ministry. To subscribe yourself please email pgim-on@wwj.org.nz.

If your name has been referred to us by a friend or supporting Ministry or has been obtained from a public Christian Directory or Website, it isn’t our wish to burden you with information in which you aren’t interested. To remove yourself from this list, please email pgim-off@wwj.org.nz.