Joyful, generous and wholehearted giving (1 Chronicles 29:9) – Where, Lord, does this kind of giving come from? It comes from You, Lord. It comes to us when we’re learning to worship You, when we’re learning to say, from deep in our hearts, “Yours, O Lord, is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, […]Read More Joyful, generous and wholehearted giving
“O God, you have rejected us. … Restore us!” (Psalm 60:1). Because of our sin, we are rejected by God. Because of our Saviour, we are restored by God. Thank God – His grace is stronger than our sin.Read More God’s Grace Is Stronger Than Our Sin.
“The Spirit lifted me” (Ezekiel 3:12,14). The Spirit speaks God’s Word to us, and He gives God’s power to us. Through God’s Word, the spirit reaches us. Through God’s power, the Spirit changes us.Read More The Spirit lifted me.
We thank You, Lord, that Your love goes on and on. We may stop loving You – but You will never stop loving us. What a wonderful love You have for us. There is no love like Your love. Thank You, Lord, for Your love.Read More We thank You, Lord, that Your love goes on and on.
Christ died “not for our sins only but also for the sins of the whole world” (1 John 2:2). This is something which we, in the church, must never forget. When we are tempted to shut out ‘the big, bad world’, we must remember – Christ died “not for our sins only but also for […]Read More Christ died “not for our sins only but also for the sins of the whole world” (1 John 2:2).
“What are we to do?” – Before we think of what we are to do, we must think about what Jesus Christ has done for us. This is the Good News. Jesus Christ has taken our sins upon Himself. He has died for us so that we might be forgiven by Him. We must never […]Read More God’s Answer comes to us in the Name of Jesus Christ.
Whenever we confess our faith in the Lord, we must never forget what we were without the Lord. We were in darkness. We were lost. He has brought us out of our darkness and into His light. He has found us. He has saved us.Read More “The Lord is my light and my salvation” (Psalm 27:1).