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All the links for our show for Friday, 8th February 2019!

Interesting things we talked about:

To the Chocaholics dismay but possibly quite good for the obesity pandemic our country faces; Cadbury have announced they are reducing the size of their king size block (again!). They mention it is due to costs and as the cocoa bean is becoming more scarce this is a practical move. Well this sure is more encouragement to savour each and every bite. Read more here


Martin Smith one of our favourite worship artists here at Rhema shared on social media that he injured himself whilst unstacking the dishwasher. He has stitches on his hand from a broken glass. Praying it heals up fast Martin! This got us wondering just how many hazards there are around the home and we found this list that is handy for the accident prone and especially parents (because let's face it- there no one more accident prone than a toddler!)

 How many hazards can you spot in this picture?

Kitchen Hazards

Marriage can be a thrilling climb, but it also requires endurance and to love wholeheartedly there are elements of risk. Justin Bieber and his new wife Hailey, open up about their marriage and faith which is a challenge no matter who you are and we can only imagine how much more pressure there is to put on a good show when you are in the spotlight. Click on the picture below to read more...

Hailey and Justin Bieber

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 PSALM 33 verse 31

In him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in his holy name.” Psalm 33:21


I am an emotional person, and for a long time I thought my emotions had to be based on my circumstances. I felt happy or sad based on others’ opinions, the pressures of life, and opportunities I had or didn’t have. As a result I was on a constant emotional roller coaster. 

But the cool thing is that we are made in Gods image, this means - we can know that our God is an emotional God. He is not void of feelings. We feel because he feels.  And we can put our trust in him, despite our feelings and trust him with these feelings.

When our emotions are rooted in God, we avoid taking on more pressure than we are meant to carry. You CAN trust God with your emotions 

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