Mark 11:1-11 More than a journey into Jerusalem – a journey to suffering, crucifixion and death. No shortcut to resurrection – Jesus must go by way of the Cross. At the Cross, we see Jesus, the King of love. Why did He not defend Himself? – Because He loves us. He shows His love by […]Read More The Saviour Takes The Sinner’s Place.
John 14:12-14 In Israel, a long time ago, Jesus did great things. He’s with us here-and-now. There’s a difference between emotional nostalgia (living in the past) and living faith. Jesus’ words, in John 14:12, were spoken to the disciples, as a group. He was preparing them for their future in His service. He was calling […]Read More Jesus Christ – Long Ago And Here-And-Now
It was a wonderful day. It was a day of resurrection. It was a day of revelation. It was a day or rejoicing. Jesus came to two of His followers. He spoke with them. He spoke about the things that really matter. It was a day they would never forget. They had met the risen […]Read More A Wonderful Day!
“Come and see what God has done …Come and hear, all you who fear God, and I will tell you what He has done for me” (Psalm 66:5,16). Lord, You invite us to read the story of all that You have done for us. You invite us to let the story of Your salvation become […]Read More “Come and see what God has done …”
Lord, You have done so much for us. What are we doing for You? You tell us about Your redemption. You call for our response. Our response is inspired by Your redemption. Thank You for the grace of Your redemption – “By grace you have been saved.” Give us the grace to make our response […]Read More Lord, You have done so much for us …
“Into Thy hand, I commit my spirit” (Psalm 31:5). As we read these words, Lord, our thoughts turn to Jesus Christ, crucified for us. In death, He gave Himself for our sins (Luke 23:46). Beyond His “affliction and the anguish of His soul”, there was the “spacious place” of His resurrection – and there was, […]Read More “Praise be to the Lord, for He showed His wonderful love to us.”
Deuteronomy 28:25-68 There is nothing inevitable about the chain of events described in these verses. These are the consequences of disobedience. God is warning His people: ‘If you will not obey the voice of the Lord your God…’(28:15). Why does God warn His people of the consequences of disobedience? He wants them to draw back […]Read More Pray For God’s Mercy. Ask Him To Make You More Holy.