The overflowing cup is not a good thing when you spill your drink and you have to clean up the mess! The overflowing heart is always a good thing. When your heart is overflowing with the joy of the Lord, this will bring brightness into the lives of the people you meet. The spilling of […]Read More “My cup overflows” (Psalm 23:5).
Joy in the Lord – This is not a superficail emotion. We rejoice in the Lord – the God of perfect love, the God of perfect holiness. When we see that true joy is joy in the Lord, we understand why the Word of God can speak of both joy in the Lord – “Rejoice […]Read More “Rejoice in the Lord always … ” (Philippians 4:4).
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
Psalm 1:1–2 Burdensome religion and joyous faith are worlds apart. they are exact opposites. “I have to” – How shallow and superficial is “I have to” religion. The man or woman who thinks like this hasn’t even begun to appreciate the great love of Jesus Christ. What a far cry this is from a truly […]Read More Burdensome religion and joyous faith
Isaiah 55:1-13 The Word of God is spoken – ‘Seek the Lord while He may be found…’ (Isaiah 55:6-7). No one seems to be listening. What are we to do? We must remember God’s promise: ‘My Word will not return to Me empty’ (Isaiah 55:11). We do not see all that God is doing. He […]Read More “Seek the Lord while He may be found … ” (Isaiah 55:6-7).