Category: Defying the Law of Physics

17 March: Define “Transcendent Power”

Going about life in the 21st Century, it’s hard to believe what “transcendent power” could mean to me and, if it exists at all, what would it look like if channelled into compassionate love… READ MARK 5  Make notes, if

18 June: Liberation from Dissatisfaction

After following the power-filled life of the ancient prophet Elijah, today’s chapter shows just how liberatingly different his successor is… READ 2 Kings 4  Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for you. Feel free to use the

17 June: Using Divine Power

In our Western rational/logical mind set, which is biased towards the Law of Physics, divine power and the existence of the supernatural is likely to be shelved into the “Fairy Tales” section of our minds. READ 2 Kings 2  Make

04 May: Selective Alzheimer’s

The older I get, the more forgetful I am and, today’s chapter is another reminder for holding onto important memory… READ JOSHUA 4   Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for you. Feel free to use the

14 April: The Great Grave Robbery

Today’s chapter starts with something as simple as a guy carrying his mat on the wrong day of the week, but swiftly moves to something so “out of this world” that it could be difficult to categorise it in your

13 April: The Fountain of Youth

With an almost universal desire to push back the tides of time with anti-aging treatments, Botox and plastic surgery, this chapter holds the secret to Eternal LIFE… READ JOHN 4  Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for

08 February: Defying Physics

Today’s chapter is the first sign on earth that the God of Creation can defy the physical laws of what He’s made… READ EXODUS 14  Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for you. Feel free to use the

08 September: The Disappearing Act

When something defies physics, our brains can’t comprehend a conclusion that’s beyond reasonable doubt. The common solution is often to put the puzzle back in the box and shelve it… READ ACTS 8  Make notes, if you’d like, of what