• What Binds the Hands of Love?

    3 October, 2019

    We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, when we pray for you, because we have heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and of the love you have for all God’s people— the faith and love that spring from the hope stored up for you in heaven and about which you have already…...[read more]

  • "GOD - Lead me to life!"

    9 July, 2019

    'Men give advice, God gives guidance.' ~ Leonard Ravenhill Men practise all manner of habits, gather a myriad of opinion and examine the desires of their hearts; they weigh this amalgam as measures to plan their paths. However there always exists those men whose soul drives their eyes…...[read more]

  • 6 Havens for the Human Spirit

    26 May, 2019

    Every minute of everyday another Christian's spiritual economy stalls. The debits are too frequent, and the interest rates are unsustainable. Ever more so with this planet's increase of wickedness Christians will live in shaky and shaken souls, searching for that haven to stand in strength.…...[read more]


    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]


    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]

  • Pride - the unseen disease!

    28 April, 2019

    Pride is blind! Pride makes men strong and mean. It is a wicked strength and a terrible taskmaster. Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) reflected on the hypocrisy of pride. His sermons, devotions and writings are perpetually held in high Christian esteem. SoulSupply agrees: Pedley, who was a well-known…...[read more]

  • Tapping into Sober Wisdom

    18 March, 2019

    Wise counsel is absent from the halls of pleasures. It is not poured from bar taps or left on bar stools. Pain washes the drunkard as much as injury assaults the brawler. Who has woe? Who has sorrow? Who has strife? Who has complaints? Who has needless bruises? Who has bloodshot eyes?Those…...[read more]

  • Battles Do Test Us#

    14 March, 2019

    Battles will bless you or bleed you. None will see God's greatness in life if they are not first grateful to Him. Whatever went “wrong” was making a way for what is “right” to come into your life. Trust God! Life is so much more freeing when you’re not…...[read more]

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