Genesis 1:26 – “in God’s image” This doesn’t sound like a true description of the way we really are! We are sinners. We have lost our way. It’s a reminder of what God created us to be. It’s His high calling for us. He calls us to be like Him. He calls us to bring […]Read More In God’s Image …
I’ve just read, at the “Pray Millennials” blog, that Jerry Bridges has passed away. I’m reposting these quotations from his book, “Holiness: Day by Day.” This book was a great blessing to me. I hope these excerpts will bring blessing to you. ______________________________________________________________ “Our worst days are never so bad that you are beyond the […]Read More Quotations from Jerry Bridges (Holiness Day by Day: Transformational Thoughts for Your Spiritual Journey)
‘Praise the Lord’ (Psalm 1-3,19-21). ‘The Lord is good… The Lord is great’ (Psalm 135:3,5). In our worship, Lord, we focus on both Your greatness and Your goodness. You are great in power: ‘Great is our Lord and mighty in power’ (Psalm 147:5). You are also great in love: ‘How great is the love the […]Read More The Lord is great. The Lord is good.
Peter preached Jesus as the way of salvation, the way of joy and the way of victory. To those who are needing to hear the Word of the Lord, the true messenger of the Gospel of Christ still says this: “Everyone who calls on the Name of the Lord will be saved” (Acts 2:21). To […]Read More Peter – preaching on the Day of Pentecost
Again and again, Lord, Your blessing comes to us. In Your blessing, we see Your love. Time and time again, we have failed You. When did You ever fail us? – Never! You are completely faithful, entirely trustworthy and absolutely reliable. You keep on loving us. Help us to keep on loving You.Read More Again and again, Lord, Your blessing comes to us.
Mark 12:29-31 Love God. Love your neighbour. Love for God comes first – but it never stands alone. It’s never just “Love God” – and leave it at that. It’s always “Love God” – and “Love your neighbour.”Read More Love God – and love your neighbour.
In Job 3, we see Job in a state of deep depression. At this stage, there seems to be no light at the end of the tunnel. He is in desperate need of the Lord’s sustaining strength. Where will the Lord’s help come from? When will his time of suffering come to an end? Job […]Read More Learning From The Book Of Job: Chapters 3 – 7