When “crusades” are held in parts of Africa, in Asia – ministers share the hope of the Gospel, and they witness about salvation through Christ Jesus. They travel equipped with the simple and needful message of the Gospel. But in parts of the West, sometimes unfortunately it’s gimics, fancy words and complacency. Two weeks ago I was watching a live feed on good ol’ social … Continue reading Bored of the Gospel?
For the joy of the LORD is your strength Nehemiah 8:10 “I choose Joy” Joy How easy is it to hold on to joy, when a wave of sadness floods your mind? A misplaced item, the wrong choice of words, a scornful look, the playing out of injustice, a subtle descending of sadness – covering the heart. But the day is not spent. See, the Son … Continue reading I choose joy
Picture this image. A raucous scene, a battlefield, contention on every side. Bodies throw against one another. Who but who will surrender? Who will stand? And there in the midst of it all, one stands, a solace surrounding him. In the chaos, the quiet abides with him. Soon they notice, the tranquil site on the battlefield. He holds a sword, but this will not stop them … Continue reading The Armour of God
BEING SINGLE IS BEING WEALTHY Many of us don’t understand just how privileged we are even before we say “I do”. Let me explain. When you are single you have a currency £$ of potential at your disposal. A blank chequer. You have access to a savings account banked with: Accomplishment, spiritual growth, personal growth and experience. Whilst we’re single, the time we have for ourselves is probably at its … Continue reading Single and Rich
‘And were continually in the temple, praising and blessing God. Amen.’ Luke 24:53 (KJV) ‘Stop crying: don’t let your eyes fill with tears. You will be rewarded for your work!’ Amen Jeremiah 31:16 (NCV) Whilst listening to Premier Radio, I fell asleep after a predominantly lazy day in doors. I woke up to a sermon about truly being a child of God, delivered through Pastor … Continue reading God Loves A Trier