Category: History: Unraveling the Matrix

12 October: Investment Returns

In societies where government pension provisions are shrinking, and people are turning to private plans for investment returns to secure their future, today’s chapter offers a guaranteed future option… READ 2 CORINTHIANS 5  Make notes, if you’d like, of what

27 August: Fighting with Faith

For anyone who’s got a complaint against the apparent inactivity of Creator God, while our newspapers overflow with horror stories, today’s chapter is a recommended read… READ HABAKKUK 3  Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for you.

25 August: Faithfulness & Forgiveness

In a world where remaining faithful (even as a faithful customer) is a foreign concept, it’s difficult to imagine us being a forgiving culture when the two concepts go hand-in-hand… READ MICAH 7  Make notes, if you’d like, of what

16 May: The Law of Probability

Today’s chapter shows an example of the many “coincidences” in this epic storyline that, put to the test, are likely to defy the Law of Probability… READ RUTH 2  Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for you.

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

21 April: Who Has Believed?

With a huge question mark over “truth” and what to believe these days, today’s chapter holds a question that was asked 28 centuries ago but remains unanswered today… READ JOHN 12   Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands

21 January: Twice Fruitful

When there’s no light at the end of your tunnel, today’s chapter shows how, in what looks like a “bizarre twist of fate”, a slave and prisoner became second in command of the greatest civilization on earth – and all

13 September: A Global Conspiracy

If you’ve ever wondered why the most controversial personality in history was rejected, today’s chapter may hold the greatest clue… READ ACTS 22  Make notes, if you’d like, of what stands out for you. Feel free to use the “Leave