Private View (346)
Disappointment is inevitable. That is because life can never consistently live up to our expectations. I have a friend who involved in church ministry for many years. However, one day without knowing what his wife had in mind, he took his boys for a fishing trip and the wife decided to stay and do some work at home.
As Indonesia’s Foreign Affairs minister arrives in Honiara today, West Papua’s representative to the United Nations and former political prisoner, HERMAN WAINGGAI, provides the background to Indonesia’s occupation of his beloved country:
THE claim made by Dicter Maitaki in the Island Sun issue 1911 of Friday 20 February that Asia Pacific Investment Development (APID) has overwhelming support from the true land owners of Rennell is a bluff.
One of our problems with the sovereignty of God is that it frequently does not appear that God is in control of the circumstances of our lives. We see unjust or uncaring or even clearly wicked people doing things that adversely affect us. We experience the consequences of other people’s mistakes and failures.
In my article two weeks ago, I introduced the subject for our discussion the ‘sovereignty of God.’ Last week, we went on to looked at another important aspect of God’s sovereignty and that is the sustaining action of God in upholding and preserving His creation.