Suffering, Sickness, Sadness Why do these things happen to us? Are we to attempt to explain why some people suffer a lot more than others? Why? There are many questions to which we have no answer. There is one question we can answer. What are we to do when suffering, sadness and sickness? We can […]Read More Suffering, Sickness, Sadness, Sin, Satan, Saviour, Salvation
Sin brings sadness. Salvation brings gladness.Read More Sadness And Gladness
Lord, we read about Israel’s sin – ‘They soon forgot what He had done and did not wait for His counsel… They despised the pleasant land; they did not believe His promise… They grumbled in their tents and did not obey the Lord… They rebelled against the Spirit of God’(Psalm 106:13,24-25,33). This is not only […]Read More A History Of Sin – And A History Of Salvation
* May God give us grace to be “right with God” without taking any glory to ourselves. All the glory belongs to Him. Every sign of spiritual growth is always His doing. It has nothing to do with our being “pretty good people.” * May God, through His Word and His Spirit, bring us each […]Read More The sin is ours. The guilt is ours. The salvation comes from God. The glory belongs to God.
Many people, who never attend Church, claim to live by the teaching of the Sermon on the Mount. They don’t make time for worshipping God, but they tell us that the Beatitudes (Matthew 5:3-12) is their favourite Bible passage. This is because the Beatitudes contains the ideals by which they live their lives. Are we […]Read More Let us worship the Saviour and live for Him.
Many people have a vast amount of knowledge and a great deal of understanding, but they don’t have the wisdom which leads to salvation, because they refuse to open their hearts to Jesus Christ, the Saviour. Many people learn a lot about a wide range of subjects, but they don’t learn what life is all […]Read More The Most Important Question
In the death of Jesus Christ, we see both the holiness and the love of God. God hates sin. God loves sinners. Both are true – not one without the other but both together. Why did Christ die? – so that sin might be punished, so that sinners might be saved. God hates sin. The […]Read More Why Did Christ Die?