• God Is Our Strong City

    26 April, 2018

    God is my strong city. He makes the walls and its ramparts my salvation. No marauders can scale them, or bandits breach them. I am secure, my salvation is protected. Tomorrow is safe with Jesus. This His righteous ones can be sure of. The angel of the Lord encamps around those who fear Him, and He…...[read more]

  • 23 Biblical Reasons to Remain Silent#

    18 April, 2018

    It is not strange, we all know those tedious talkers who speak too much; those who must be heard. So the good Lord warns: sin is not far away when the words are many. The fool who speaks out straps a rod to his back, but the same fool appears wise should he keep his mouth closed. ​Those…...[read more]

  • Of Desire & Thirst

    9 April, 2018

    A desire is no more a thirst than a rock-slide is an earthquake. Desire knocks on doors, but thirst kicks them down. Thirsts both occupy and demand attention. They are the results of depletions. Thirsts will move hell and high-water to be met. Thirsts count no obstacles and brook no competitors.…...[read more]

  • When I Can't Change

    22 February, 2018

    Today Mt Sinai rises 2,285 metres above sea-level. 3,500 years ago it was much taller. It is a most rugged and arduous trek up to this day. 1,500 years before Jesus an 80 year-old man routinely climbed this difficult mountainside. This was never too much effort for him to expend, he was approaching…...[read more]

  • A Window to the Heart

    14 February, 2018

    Who is there that would have a heart, yet has not known an incision or two? Who is there who still has a heart to know Jesus more? Rev. John Flavel (1628-1691) was an Oxford trained clergyman and staunch puritan. He wrote of the human heart (among many other subjects and volumes) in Keeping the…...[read more]

  • Erupting from the Core of Struggle

    13 February, 2018

    From the search for answers the time arrives when a believer refuses compromise. He extends both hands and lays holds with all his might a vacuum, that place where all reason is omitted. From his unreasonable dismay he then will echo King David: 'Hear O Lord and answer me, for I am poor and…...[read more]

  • A Bet the Archbishop Won

    12 February, 2018

    An Archbishop of Paris was preaching to a great congregation. He spoke of three happy, worldly and godless young men. At one time they wandered into a cathedral. They observed the comings and goings of people making their confessions. Two of these dissolute young men wagered the third that he would…...[read more]

  • Wisdom from an Unmeasured Patience

    26 November, 2017

    ​Countless seasons have waxed and waned with a necessary reliability, equal to my skill at learning slowly. From an unmeasured Divine patience I now shelter under these axioms: What the broken person flees to for refuge will become their grave, unless they flee to the Lord. Refuse to…...[read more]

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