Less of our sin, more of Your love – Lord, this is our prayer. Our sin does us nothing but harm. Your love always does us good – nothing but good. We’re sinners, Lord. Why do You keep on loving us? We don’t know why – but we’re glad that You do! We rejoice in […]Read More Less of our sin, more of Your love – Lord, this is our prayer.
‘Rescue me from my enemies, O Lord’ (Psalm 143:9). When we pray this kind of prayer, may we be concerned about more than our own welfare. May we be concerned about Your glory: ‘For Your Name’s sake, O Lord, preserve my life’ (Psalm 143:11). How, Lord, do You lead us in victory? How are You […]Read More ‘Rescue me from my enemies, O Lord’ (Psalm 143:9).
“Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of His might” (Ephesians 6:10). As we consider the war which is going on in our lives – between God and Satan, we will see that this is the greatest war of all. The most cruel war ever fought by men is child’s play compared […]Read More The Christian In Complete Armour
Beyond the darkness of sin, there’s the light of salvation (Genesis 1-3). This is not only about creation. It’s also about sin. There’s also the promise of salvation (Genesis 3:15). Even in the darkness of sin, there’s a glimpse of the light that will come. God created us. He has not forgotten us. He has sent […]Read More The Darkness Of Sin, The Light Of Salvation
We thank You, Lord, that ‘Your love endures for ever’. What a great message this is! It’s a message worth repeating – over and over again! Your love is an everlasting love – ‘I have loved you with an everlasting love’ (Jeremiah 31:3). Your love is an unfailing love – ‘My unfailing love for you […]Read More We thank You, Lord, that ‘Your love endures for ever.’
‘Wisdom is sweet to your soul. If you find it, there is a future hope for you’ (Proverbs 24:14). Lord, we read what Your Word says to us about wisdom, and wonder, ” How do we find wisdom?” You tell us to read Your written Word and to seek Your promised blessing: ‘The law of the Lord is […]Read More When, Lord, we ‘ask You’ for ‘wisdom’, help us to remember Your promise: ‘Seek and you will find.’
‘Jesus Christ’ died ‘for our sins’. This is Good News. It is not to be kept to ourselves – He died ‘for the sins of the whole world’. We have ‘fellowship with the Father and with His Son Jesus Christ’. ‘We have fellowship with one another’. These blessings are not to be kept to ourselves. […]Read More Don’t keep the Good News to yourself!