• Don't Mess with the Manger!

    10 December, 2018

    Are the verses below the intentions of a retiring timidity? Could these be spoken through innocent, quiet eyes gazing up from a valueless crib? Via an infant the great and only I AM ushers war to a world with a lost soul, to rescue it from itself. For I have come to turn ‘a man against his…...[read more]

  • Christmas means Easter

    9 December, 2018

    Annually the world slides into Christmas. Its eyes glow steadily brighter as December 25 approaches. The retailers consider the multiplying profits, while compelled consumers race to the desires of their heart. Christmas offers a soft-serve nebulous faith to mankind. One that is now syncretised and…...[read more]

  • The Secret of Spiritual Consistency#

    6 December, 2018

    When a person is newly born again, he seems inconsistent due to his unrelated emotions and the state of the external things or circumstances in his life. The apostle Paul had a strong and steady underlying consistency in his life. Consequently, he could let his external life change without internal…...[read more]

  • 2 Reasons Why Suffering Persists

    5 December, 2018

    God is neither blind or deaf. He does not slumber or become mighty busy. The good Lord hears the cry of the troubled hearts, as much as He bottles the tears. But His responses can appear tardy, so He is accused of deafness or disinterest. Consider these two short reasons why suffering continues;…...[read more]

  • Watch, Just One Hour!

    4 December, 2018

    Crushed below an unknowable despair in Gethsemane the good Lord questioned the inner core, His three most devoted - yet now preoccupied disciples: Could you not watch with Me one hour? (Matthew 26:40) The story is told by Alexander Benjamin Simpson: A young lady whose parents had died while she…...[read more]

  • Charles Spurgeon & Bible Reading

    3 December, 2018

    Those who would love their Lord will dwell with Him, thirsting to forget themselves and know Him more personally. The good Lord does not disappoint. Below is an extract from Charles Spurgeon’s 1867 sermon “A Song at the Well-head”. He guides each disciple to discover the Lord…...[read more]