Dear Brethren,

Rev Clive Anderson & Sis Milly Anderson

We all need hope. Hope is an integral part of our lives. Let’s look at the prodigal son. Even

though this son thought he had everything, there was a point in his life where he realised he had nothing. He said “I will arise and go to my father and will say unto him, Father I have sinned against heaven and before thee and am not worthy to be called thy son” …Luke 15:18-19

No matter what circumstance we are faced with, we need to maintain our composure, faith, trust, purpose and objective, recognising that God is the source of all our resources and benefits. We should never be in a position where we feel there is no hope.

1 Peter 5:10

“And the God of all grace, who called you to His eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast”.

God knows and understands everything we are

faced with, every experience we have to

go through; whether it be positive or negative. He is fully aware of every situation we find ourselves in and promised He would never leave us nor forsake us, so we need to take Him at his word.

We have a ‘hope’ that we can go to our Father, who will accept us and care for us with open arms. We encourage you to stay focused on God. No matter what you’re going through, keep looking for the best outcome in your life, believe there is ‘hope’ for you today.


“Almighty Father, thank you for your mercies

and for your grace, I thank you that although

you do not change, you have called us to

change. Through the life and death of your

son, we have received the message of

salvation, a message of HOPE and

deliverance. Amen.”