17/12/2017
12:22 AM

And Jesus said, "For judgement I have come into this world that those who see may be made blind". (John 9: 39)

For some, the statement made by Jesus would be judged, or Jesus Himself might be judged as being proud.  What did he mean to speak so authoritatively?  

For some others, they wouldn't be bothered, they have made their choice to not let religion get between their teeth, not even under their skins.  Yet for some, it is a big deal.  They want to know what led Him into such rather confusing statement.  Did He not say in John 3: 17 that God's Son (He) was not sent into the world to condemn the world?  Why did He now speak about judgement here?

The simple and easy answer I find about the verse "For judgement I have come into this world, that those who do not see may see, and those who wee may be made bling" on judgement is in reading the passage in its context.  The 'experts' are confident of their knowledge and always miss out on what humble seekers discover in their crave for more.  You know, children are always asking, they present with humbly and hungry attitude for reasons (Why, Why, Why) and they are not completely put off until they receive an explanation.  That must be why Jesus Christ compared their attitude to those who would be in the Kingdom of God.

We will know God, if we follow on to know the Lord. "Then shall we know IF we follow on to know the Lord." (Hosea 6:3)

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Summer Holiday Activity

Summer Holiday Activity

Our SHA 2016 was fully funded by John Lyon's Charity, attracting children and young people of Grahame Park Estate and neighbourhood.  Activities included Arts works, Arts on Plates (Healthy Eating project) sewing, swimming (the most popular part of the whole holiday events), music, excursions various places including the Museum of London, where we re-lived the 2012 London Olympics after enjoying innovative sessions at the Supplementary Education Department.  We also had a lot of fitness exercises during outdoor sports with Barnet SHAPE and indoor with dance sessions.

Zone7 Club After School Supplements. 

STEM support for neighbourhood school children and young people for School year 2016/2017 commences soon.  2 hours sessions are held from 3.30pm - 5.30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at The Orion Primary School, Grahame Park Way, London NW7 2LA;

£5 each per session, sibling concessions available.

Youth crEATe

With John Lyon's Charity financial contribution to our 3 year Youth crEATe sustainability project plan, Zone7 Youth Club is working towards developing each person's sustainable future.  We have now recruited a seasoned Youth Worker, who will mentor and support young people from potentials to actualisation.  Young people ages 13 - 25 will plan their sessional activities and implement projects, led by sessional trainers.  Additional benefits are social development and occupational skills improvement with accreditation.

3 hours sessions held from 5pm - 8pm on Thursdays & Fridays and 12noon - 4pm on Saturdays at The Dining Place, 7 The Concourse, London NW9 5XB

*Free with Registration.  Call Franca on 07448412979 (mobile), or 02082057084 (answer phone).

**For youth volunteering opportunities, please use our contact form or call 07448595107.