Jun 29

Unsearchable Greatness?

When the bible says that God’s greatness is unsearchable, that we can’t comprehend it, it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t try. Often our minds and our understanding give up instead of attempting to comprehend God’s greatness and we almost get the idea that it’s a lost cause. But seeing His greatness lifts our faith. We have renewed minds, tied down no longer by sin and no longer shaped in iniquity. A limited idea of God’s greatness leaves us with limited vision. But we have new revelation given us by the Holy Spirit, “who”, says Jesus, “will lead and guide us into all truth” and THAT TRUTH will make us free.


Jun 28

In the world you will have tribulation!

Brothers and sisters David is voicing his supplications in Psalms 142 and 143, he begs to be heard and to be answered. You see the ungodly have no reason to Pray or to seek God and they have no desire to have an answer from God.


Jun 27

Hell Is Real

Start by reading…Revelation 14:11 says: “The smoke of their torment will rise forever and ever, and they will have no relief day or night, for they have worshiped the beast and his statue and have accepted the mark of his name.” Hell is real and its torment lasts “forever and ever”. Some believe the unrighteous … Continued


Jun 26

My Life Testifies

We often think incorrect thoughts about ourselves . Wrong thinking undermines the powerful work that Christ accomplished on the cross for us. If you know Jesus as your Saviour and Lord, you are highly favoured by God and your life testifies powerfully to the demonic realm. 


Jun 25

Soil of Thankfulness

In the early years of my marriage, I remember that when I was asked to help clean the house, I was troubled because I thought my new wife would more easily see the things I hadn’t tidied than the things I had! How is it that we more easily see what’s wrong than what’s right? … Continued


Jun 24

The Principal Thing

In the early 90s, Time magazine arrived in our mailbox here in Israel with the cover story ‘The Information Super Highway’, introducing the possibilities of the Internet. I wondered whether I would ever travel that ‘road’. Here we are now in a different world and much of that highway is filled with brilliant high-tech contributions … Continued


Jun 23

For the Lord Has Chosen Zion

These psalms of ascent were sung by the pilgrims coming up to Jerusalem for the Feasts of the Lord. There was much rejoicing as they saw the city of God and His temple appearing before them. Psalm 132 affirms that the Lord has chosen Zion, the city of Jerusalem, to be His resting place forever. … Continued


Jun 22

Your Deeds

Start by reading… Revelation 3:1-3 says: “…I know all the things you do, and that you have a reputation for being alive—but you are dead. Wake up! Strengthen what little remains, for even what is left is almost dead. I find that your actions do not meet the requirements of my God. Go back to what … Continued


Jun 21

The Primary Object of Revelation!

Start by reading… I feel overwhelmed and excited as we start the book of Revelation. The Greek word, ‘Apokalupsis’ (apocalypse) simply means a revealing or unveiling. When I was young, I remember being told there was a book in the Bible we should never read or we would go mad. It was the book of Revelation, … Continued


Jun 20

“But You, Beloved”

Start by reading… Jude is a short book, but it really packs a wallop. It deals primarily with the entrance of wicked men into the Church; those who use religion to further their own ends and feed their own lusts. Scripture is filled with warnings of the judgement, condemnation and destruction coming to the deceiver, … Continued


Jun 19

The Real Deal with God

This text describes what I like to call ‘the real deal with God’. Obedience is the primary key to living lives authentically for Jesus, if we aren’t willing to obey Him, we aren’t really following Him. If we aren’t really following Him, we don’t really love Him.


Jun 18

Who Can Win the Battle Against the Earth?

Start by reading… The times we’re living in are becoming darker by the day, and our country has been through three terrorist attacks in four months. The Bible says we will hear of wars and rumours of wars, and that all these must come to pass (see Matthew 24:6). 1 John 5:19 says: “We know … Continued


Jun 17

We Must Acknowledge Our Sin

Start by reading… Ours is a culture that teaches us that we must be ‘tolerant’ of others. We are told have to accept everyone for how they are and not try to force our beliefs and opinions on them. So to proclaim that everyone, without exception, is a hopeless and depraved sinner before a Holy … Continued


Jun 16

The Day of the Lord Comes

Start by reading… In the final chapter of his letter to the believers in Asia Minor, Peter writes that there will always be scoffers of the word. He reassures them (and us) that God is not slack concerning His promises and that all of God’s word will be fulfilled. 2 Peter 3:10 says: “But the … Continued


Jun 15

Growing in Godliness

Start by reading… In 2 Peter 1, we read that God wants us to grow, faith being the essential foundation. We receive faith in Christ as God’s gift (2 Peter 1:1), but we need various other qualities, which develop as the fruit of faith (2 Peter 1:8). To grow in godliness, we have to maintain … Continued


Jun 14

Fire, Tests, Straw and Gold!

Start by reading… 1 Peter 4:1 (NIV) says: “Therefore, since Christ suffered in his body, arm yourselves also with the same attitude, because whoever suffers in the body is done with sin.” Christians are called to suffer in the flesh, as Christ suffered in the flesh. The term ‘body’ here also translates as ‘flesh’. In the … Continued


Jun 13

Don’t Drop the Baton

Start by reading… Today, 80% of all religious persecution in the world is against Christians, yet we don’t hear much about this in the media. This is not a new phenomenon. We read in Hebrews 11 that many Christians were persecuted during the first century. They refused to confess Caesar as Lord and would not … Continued


Jun 12

Consider Others

When meditating on these words, we are encouraged to think of one another. Though we often sit in rows in church, life is best lived in circles.


Jun 11

Two Kinds of Wisdom

Start by reading… James 3:15 says: “For jealousy and selfishness are not God’s kind of wisdom. Such things are earthly, unspiritual, and demonic.” James explains what true wisdom means. He differentiates between natural wisdom and true godly wisdom. He suggests wisdom is a key component in leadership, and must be harnessed by those who consider … Continued


Jun 10

Trials and Temptations

Start by reading… In my Christian walk, I have found trials easier to deal with than temptations. Neither challenge is easy, but both come to us all. Today I want to look at the differences James highlights in James 1. Trials In this context, trials could refer to persecution or pressure from within the Church James … Continued


Jun 09

A Sacrifice away from Victory

Start by reading… Hebrews 13:15 (NKJV) says: “Therefore by Him let us continually offer the sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His name.” Growing up, my childhood was very blessed. As a family, we would spend time singing around the piano as my whole family was made up … Continued


Jun 08

Call Upon the Lord

Start by reading… Psalm 107 speaks of those who call on the Lord and are saved from all their troubles. Hebrews 11 speaks of great men and women who used their faith and saw wonderful things happen. Proverbs 8 speaks of God’s wisdom, and the huge benefits of listening to His thinking. Wherever you look, there is … Continued


Jun 07

Let Us…

Within the encouragements contained in Hebrews 10, there is a strong and powerful call to persevere. We tend to interpret this as a word to individuals, seeing it as something ‘I’ must do.


Jun 06

The Three Appearances of Christ

Start by reading… Hebrews 9:26 says: “…But now, once for all time, he has appeared at the end of the age to remove sin by his own death as a sacrifice.” We thank God that He sent His son to become the perfect sacrifice for our sins. Once and for all, Christ died and rose … Continued


Jun 05

Take Heart

Developing a correct view of God means getting to know His character and His ways. Throughout the Bible we see God’s character and ways revealed, we must meditate and recall these as we encounter life in the 21st century.


Jun 04

Growing into Maturity

Start by reading… Hebrews 5:12-15 says: “You have been believers so long now that you ought to be teaching others. Instead, you need someone to teach you again the basic things about God’s word. You are like babies who need milk and cannot eat solid food. For someone who lives on milk is still an infant … Continued


Jun 03

The Final Fear

Start by reading… Death is the one great fear common to all mankind. It has the power to rob today of its joy. Hebrews 2:14-15 speaks of this fear, but also offers hope to all who will place their trust in Jesus: “…only as a human being could he die, and only by dying could he … Continued


Jun 02

Do What Is Good

Start by reading… The book of Titus was written by the Apostle Paul while he was a prisoner in Rome. Titus had been left on the island of Crete and needed guidance in relation to choosing church leaders, sound teaching and various other practical issues. Paul was Titus’ mentor, even from prison. The key word … Continued


Jun 01

“Don’t Tell Me. Show Me!”

Currently, we are in what seems like a political mine-field with various politicians vying for the top job in our country. Following the snap call of the general election by Prime Minister Theresa May, the political landscape of our country has been thrust into all out war.


May 31

Strong in Grace

Strong in grace. Think about those words for a moment. Paul, a spiritual father to Timothy, calls out this ‘grace-strength’ from him, a power that only comes from grace. Paul knew that Timothy would encounter many challenges in his life and ministry and without grace, he would never stay the course.


May 30

Godliness with Contentment Is Great Gain

Start by reading… 1 Timothy 6:6 (NIV) says: “But godliness with contentment is great gain.” We live in a world that is chasing happiness. The problem is, it seems to run faster than the chaser! The answer to everything is money for the world, but what does it mean to be content as Christians? One dictionary defines contentment as … Continued


May 29

A Declaration!

Start by reading… Psalms 91 offers such a powerful declaration. What a personal statement! What great faith in the Almighty! So many believers have made the declarations of Psalm 91, and so many have received help from our strong God. It is a personal revelation that the psalmist has of the Almighty. He sees a God who … Continued


May 28

Advancing God’s Work

Start by reading… 1 Timothy 1:3 says: “When I left for Macedonia, I urged you to stay there in Ephesus and stop those whose teaching is contrary to the truth.” I came across a story that helps to explain why Paul urged Timothy to stay in Ephesus. Many years ago, a famous Arctic explorer put … Continued


May 27

“The One Who Is Unwilling to Work Shall Not Eat”

Start by reading… 2 Thessalonians 3:10 says: “The one who is unwilling to work shall not eat.” Paul never minced his words. In this chapter, he tells us exactly what he thinks about lazy Christians. We’re only on this planet for a very short time, and time is the most precious gift we possess. Going to … Continued


May 26

Don’t Be Deceived

Folks, do not believe everything you hear. As Christians we must see past the superficial and look at things through spiritual eyes. Radicalised muslims are declaring war against fellow human beings, they are fighting a battle in the flesh with the hope of an eternal reward.


May 25

We Give the Gospel and Ourselves

Start by reading… Life today is filled with many spiritual voices. Each shouts loudly, proclaiming theories, messages and doctrines. Social media provides a platform for spilling over opinions and ideologies, and because of this many will hear the proclamation of the gospel as just another voice in the multitude. When Paul speaks to the church … Continued


May 24

Look Up!

Start by reading… Many people find themselves in a futile search for a missing ‘something’; certain that this can’t be all there is to life and that if only they were to change something or meet someone new their lives would be different. In Colossians 3, Paul challenges us to look up. He charges us … Continued


May 23

Renewed and Rooted

Start by reading… The Apostle Paul is writing to a holy people in Colosse, who are faithful in Christ. He clearly rejoices in the positive things he has heard about their faith. When I read these words, I feel what Paul was experiencing as he wrote them. His joy reminds me of individuals and local … Continued


May 22

Exhortation, Encouragement and Prayer

Start by reading… Have you ever read instructions on ‘how to’ and then decided not to follow them? Our pride says, “I have a better way of doing this.” When we live like that in terms of our faith, we’re literally asking God, “Do you know what you’re doing?” or saying, “God, you don’t understand.” … Continued


May 21

The Holy Spirit consoles, but Christ is the consolation!

Start by reading… Philippians 2:1-2 says: “Is there any encouragement from belonging to Christ? Any comfort from his love? Any fellowship together in the Spirit? Are your hearts tender and compassionate? Then make me truly happy by agreeing wholeheartedly with each other, loving one another, and working together with one mind and purpose.” Brothers and … Continued