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Upper Hutt Leader : May 11th 2011
18 UPPER HUTT LEADER, MAY 11, 2011 NEWS Truth For Our Times Part One Hundred & Twenty Five To be continued, A. Carter Jesus speaks of other sheep that will be brought in to make up spiritual Israel. Soon after this while Saul was getting ready to enter his assignment to bring the other sheep of the Gentile fold into the one fold, the Lord sent Peter to the house of Cornelius with his keys of the kingdom to open the doors of the fold of faith to those same "other sheep" of the Gentile fold as he had said, see Acts Chapter 10. Also moving on to Eph. 2:14 which is the margin reference of John 10:16;"For he is our peace he having made both things one, and having removed the enmity, the middle wall of the partition". Indeed in all this chapter it shows without a doubt that John 10:16 was referring to the Gentiles as those other sheep. Eph. 2:3-6, "among whom also we all once lived in the desires of our flesh, performing the wishes of the flesh, and of the thoughts and were by nature children of wrath, even as the others. But God, being rich in mercy, on account of his great love with which he loved us, we also being dead in offences he made alive together with Christ and raised us up together, and seated us together in the heavenlies by Christ Jesus.Verse 11-14 therefore remember, that you, once Gentiles in flesh; that you at that time without Christ, aliens from the polity of Israel, and strangers from the covenants of the promise, not possessing a hope, and godless in the world. But now, in Christ Jesus, you, who formerly were far off, are made near by the blood of Jesus. For he is our peace, he having made both things one, and having removed the enmity, the middle wall of the partition.Verse 16, And might reconcile both In One Body to God, through the cross, having destroyed the enmity by it.Verses 19-22. So then, you are no longer stranger and sojourners, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and of the family of God, having being built on the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets, Christ Jesus being a foundation corner stone of it. On which the building being fitly compacted together, increasing into a Holy temple for the Lord, on whom you are also built together for a spiritual habitation of God.Then Chapter 3:1, Paul says that for this cause he is also a prisoner of Jesus, on account of you of the Gentiles.We see in Romans 11:17 Paul talking to the Gentiles. 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Rubbish col- lection is symbolic of this, and also a practical step towards keeping the river clean,'' says Tane Woodley, the Green candi- date for Rimutaka. The Green volunteers collected 15 bags of rubbish and dozens of bottles in just a couple of hours. It was obvious that some people are just dumping house- hold and garden waste on the riverbank. Others were having parties and picnics there, and just leav- ing the bottles and packaging behind. If we want the Hutt River to remain a beautiful and useful place, we have to dispose of our rubbish properly. The Hutt River catchment is of vital importance to Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt, Porirua and Wellington city; it's where most of our drinking water comes from.'' Push for more breastfeeding More local babies will enjoy the benefits of breastfeeding, with the dedication of nine Hutt Valley women now behind the push to improve local breastfeeding rates. The women have completed the La Leche League peer counsellor programme administrator train- ing course, sponsored by the Hutt Valley District Health Board breastfeeding programme. During the one-week course the women learned how to provide support and advice to breastfeed- ing mums. Each will receive a three-year practising certificate and ongoing mentoring and support from La Leche League. We really encourage grassroots support like this to help mums who choose to breastfeed,'' says Nicholette Pomana, Hutt Valley DHB population health manager. We know that Hutt Valley breastfeeding rates, particularly amongst Maori and Pacific people, are poor in comparison to most other districts. This course is one of many initiatives we support and is contributing to our increasing breastfeeding rates.'' The national average for women breastfeeding at six weeks is 67 per cent, Hutt Valley's average is 59 per cent. Although Hutt Valley rates are below the national averages, they continue to increase. From 2008 to 2010, Hutt Valley's total rate increased 3.1 per cent and Maori breastfeeding rates increased 10.7 per cent. The course is comprehensive and highly regarded throughout the country,'' Ms Pomana says. The women who complete the course use the knowledge and skills they have learnt to support and promote breastfeeding amongst their friends and famil- ies. Some also establish and lead their own local community support group for new mothers. Because the course is hosted locally, Hutt Valley women train together and can build strong working relationships. Those who complete the course support the work of other local providers such as midwives, lacta- tion consultants, Plunket and Pacific WellChild/Tamariki Ora services.'' Hutt Valley DHB has been sup- porting local woman to participate in the La Leche League training course for the past three years. Hutt Valley DHB has also recently appointed two breastfeed- ing co-ordinators. The Maori and Pacific breastfeeding co-ordinators work with maternity service staff, lead maternity carers and other providers who work with new mothers to improve breastfeeding for Maori and Pacific women. Community-based services that support mothers in the first few years of their baby's life include Mum-4-Mum courses, Naku Enei Tamariki and Whare Kai Pepe. La Leche League offers encouragement, support and information to all pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. The Upper Hutt and Lower Hutt groups hold regular free meetings to share experiences and discuss various aspects of breastfeeding. For more details see lalecheleague.org.nz Firms warned after thieves make off with food By JIMMY NESS Local businesses are being warned to update their security after a recent theft from Mayfair Cafe. Head chef Tim Wiffin says a fridge and a freezer were robbed of their contents on Friday evening, April 29. We turned up to work on Saturday morning and realised all the food had been taken out. It looks like someone has taken it to order for a party or a function.'' Several items of food including rolls of pastry, bulk icecream, bags of hash browns and pre-made food including slices and cakes were stolen. Mr Wiffin says the criminals knew when the food would be stored and where to steal it from. They knew the routine. They have realised when is the best time.'' Acting Senior Sergeant Wesley Payne says people should be aware of potential security risks on their property as many crimes are opportunistic. Look for things that an offender might be looking for. They need to make sure that they have got an alarm system. Lock up all your windows because that's a common one. These guys will take any oppor- tunity to get in.'' If you have any information about the Mayfair Cafe robbery contact Upper Hutt Police on 527 2300 or phone Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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