• Intimacy Gained

    16 May, 2019

    Intimacy and busyness are rarely wed, they are unnatural partners. The following tale has often been repeated: . It is much like the story of a harried executive who went to a desert father and complained about frustration in prayer, flawed virtue and failed relationships. The hermit went into…...[read more]

  • Come Near To God.

    14 May, 2019

    Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him. (Psalm 34:7) Mankind's pursuit of satisfaction is without end. It is through devotion and through suffering that a disciple will not cease growth in His Lord, nor does he want to. God has to sometimes put us on…...[read more]

  • A Psalm Too Good To Neglect

    12 May, 2019

    Many ways and paths are available to those who seek refuge and comfort, but one is best. Reaching to the skies never fails, and Psalm 121 is too good to neglect. Daily ENJOY this popular Psalm of faith personalised for prayer: Dear Father, I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my…...[read more]

  • HANGING IN THERE! ~ C

    9 May, 2019

    Hang strong, hold tight. And... 'remain true to the Lord with all your heart.' (Acts 11:21) Among many other themes, Charles Spurgeon reflected upon seafarers and their habits. One such habit he explored. A compass needs be set aside that seafarers do not become lost. The compass on board…...[read more]

  • HANGING IN THERE! ~ B

    7 May, 2019

    The treasure of our salvation is held by each disciple in fragile jars of clay (see 2 Corinthians 4:6). Yet clay can be so prone to crack. Sadly God is accustomed to His people cracking, forsaking Him. He enquires of Israel, 'what fault have you found with Me that you have strayed so far from…...[read more]

  • HANGING IN THERE! ~ A

    4 May, 2019

    Every Christian is a long distance runner. Marathons are in fact their life's entree. God knows this, hence He teaches how a disciple should train, so that a disciple's faith will not fatigue. ... let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with…...[read more]