• 4 Short Truths From A Long Psalm

    25 June, 2019

    There is a giant psalm. It is Psalm 119, one hundred and fifty verses in its entirety. It eclipses the second longest psalm, Psalm 78, by seventy-eight verses. The unnamed author of Psalm 119 is tireless in his praise of God's words and ways. He writes most knowingly of their power and benefit…...[read more]

  • To Brighten Your Days

    13 June, 2019

    The Bible's intent is to explain righteous living. Its desire is to build mankind up, breathing pure oxygen into his soul. We all have our chosen 'go to' verses, verses that beam into our spirits and souls - they build us up. ENJOY also these four verses that they may brighten your…...[read more]

  • When Belief Wears a Headstone.

    27 February, 2019

    Surely some of the fiercest attacks upon any soul are distrust and false allegation about their word? So too the Bible! The assaults upon Scripture remain ferocious. It is twisted, torn and trashed in the name of man's reason and the support of his sin. When Scripture confronts a man he will…...[read more]

  • Who Rules the Bible?

    26 February, 2019

    Scholars are the tradesmen of the intellect. They are the go-to-lords in their own areas of expertise. The academics are called upon when a man's mind is unsure or misunderstands words, thoughts and themes that lie on the pages before his eyes. There are many Biblical tradesmen. BUT - who is…...[read more]

  • The Bible's Bookmark

    3 January, 2019

    What is now being lost to countless Christians? Could modern Christendom's greatest malaise be not listening to Jesus? (This was certainly an issue God had with Jesus' selected inner core - Peter, John & James, in Luke 9 - more tomorrow.) The Lord pleads: My Christian church listens…...[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]

  • No Bible - No Breakfast#

    2 December, 2018

    I am a Chinese by birth and a Christian by rebirth. I am a Chinese by race, and a Christian by grace. We Chinese are known as a persevering people, but the Spirit of God overshadows even our Oriental persistence. There was a time when I used a copy of the Bible as a postage stamp album, but over…...[read more]

  • A Slice of Heaven

    31 August, 2018

    "If it doesn't taste good, it doesn't go on the menu". ~ Heston Blumenthal I am not a chef, I am a consumer. I do not know how to write a menu, but as a consumer I do appreciate that choice and taste is at the heart of menus. In dwelling upon the Bible you choose the menu…...[read more]

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