• Sit & Sup With Me#

    16 September, 2019

    Christ stands at the doorway knocking: Saying, “Child, won’t you let Me in? It’s only My Blood, that I shed on the Cross, That can wash your soul free from sin.” There are doors in our heart a-plenty, That we can close off to the Lord, But hiding whatever’s…...[read more]

  • GIVING - 5 do's, 4 facts & 3 don'ts

    15 July, 2019

    'Giving' could be defined as the fine art of self-denial, choosing for the virtue of loss. But is giving always so noble? Your money can make you an overseas missionary without ever leaving your home town, an evangelist without ever mounting a platform, a broadcaster without ever entering…...[read more]

  • Of Little & Big Men

    15 March, 2019

    With a startling candour President Trump's lawyer and defender, and New York's 107th mayor (1994 to 2001) Rudy Giuliani boasted two decades ago: only bribe those who will stay bribed. Giuliani's life continues hounded by controversy (as does Trump's). It is preceded and…...[read more]

  • Impatient?

    20 February, 2019

    Remember those days of old when they were not marked by loss, captured in dismay or shrivelled from despair? Remember those days of old when the summers felt long and the winters fled? Remember those days of old when the longings were light and the thirsts were met? Remember those days of old when…...[read more]

  • The Gift of Freedom

    27 November, 2018

    Almost everyone knows of the world's three most important 'R's - readin', 'ritin' and 'rithmetic. As always, the mind of man is puny when set alongside the mind of God. There are eight far more important 'R' words that belong to the disciple. Jesus offers these…...[read more]

  • The Different Portion from 2 Trees

    22 August, 2017

    The search for knowledge is the task of the dissatisfied, those who seek answers to the unanswerable. Two paths exist to the student acquiring knowledge and enquiring of it. They sit with mans' endless texts of finite knowledge, or with God's single text of infinite wisdom. Mankind has…...[read more]

  • Life As A Leaf

    21 August, 2017

    Could life be as an autumn leaf wafting on a winter breeze? The leaf knows not where it lands, its future is inconceivable to it. I try to imagine the future, but - I can't! Is it good, or is it full of trouble? Does favor or fortune, failure or foolishness await? How may I seize my days…...[read more]

  • The Good Portion ~ B

    17 August, 2017

    Sorrow is a grace to the human spirit, so often the spiritual foundation of the soul. Hardship increases the willingness of a man to seek the Throne of Grace. The man of sorrow becomes a man of gain. It is from the brushing of thorns, the trek across fiery deserts, or the unwitting sip of a…...[read more]

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