Today’s thought Favouritism and prejudice (January 18)

Today’s thought Favouritism and prejudice (January 18) Genesis 31, Psalm 35, Matthew 20 One characteristic of human nature that God does not like, which was evident in our readings today in Genesis, is the effect of favouritism and its resulting unfairness and potential to create prejudice. We see God’s reaction to Jacob’s favouritism toward Rachel… Read More Today’s thought Favouritism and prejudice (January 18)

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Christadelphian Magzine’s E-books

E-books Regular readers will be aware of the project running since 2014 to convert the Christadelphian Office’s books into electronic format. The intention was to build on the successful conversion of all magazines published since July 1864, a project which was completed over ten years ago. The book conversion work included: Producing all new books… Read More Christadelphian Magzine’s E-books

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Today’s thought “Forgive … from your heart” (January 16)

Today’s thought “Forgive … from your heart” (January 16) The message that jumps out of all three Bible readings today is how God can react to our attitudes. In Genesis Jacob married both Leah and Rachel, the daughters of Laban, but Rachel he loved and Leah he hated. God reacted, “When the LORD saw that… Read More Today’s thought “Forgive … from your heart” (January 16)

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January’s issue of The Christadelphian

Year end holidays required an earlier distribution of January’s magazine (it was dispatched on December 21). The full contents can be viewed on the Christadelphian Magazine website. Each month during 2018 Brother David Pearce will be examining some of the many end-time prophecies in his series “It’s about time!”. A short series on “Living Stones” (Brother Jonathan… Read More January’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Living stones 1 A lifeless and a lively stone

The idea of a lifeless stone symbolising the life-giving work of the Lord Jesus is unusual.  Jonathan Cope brings a three-part series in the Christadelphian Magazine in which we see Jesus as the chief corner stone, the foundation of the living temple. Just occasionally in the word of God, we read statements which, on the… Read More Living stones 1 A lifeless and a lively stone

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Memorizing wonderfully 47 Blessedness consisting in remission of sins

“ «A Psalm of David. Maschil.» Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, Whose sin is covered.” (Ps 32:1 ASV) “ Blessed is the man unto whom Jehovah imputeth not iniquity, And in whose spirit there is no guile.” (Ps 32:2 ASV) * To remember Ps 1:1  {1 } Blessed is the man that walketh not… Read More Memorizing wonderfully 47 Blessedness consisting in remission of sins

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Today’s thought “Blessed is the man against whom the LORD counts no iniquity” (January 15)

Today’s thought “Blessed is the man against whom the LORD counts no iniquity” (January 15) Today’s Psalm 32 is one of the most meaningful and personal of all the Psalms. Just 11 verses; it is a good one to memorize. It commences, “Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed… Read More Today’s thought “Blessed is the man against whom the LORD counts no iniquity” (January 15)

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Today’s thought “And he counted it to him for righteousness” (January 12)

Today’s thought “And he counted it to him for righteousness” (January 12) Today we have read that significant chapter of Genesis 22 in which Abraham obeys the LORD by being prepared – without hesitation – to offer his son Isaac as a sacrifice. The progressive tests of faith which Abraham “passed” resulted in ever greater… Read More Today’s thought “And he counted it to him for righteousness” (January 12)

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Romanian Day at West Birmingham Ecclesial Hall

A Romanian Day will be held on Saturday 3 March 2018 from 2:00pm to 7:00pm at West Birmingham Ecclesial Hall, God willing. The event will be held primarily in Romanian, and is aimed at any Romanian-speaking friends and contacts currently attending meetings in the UK. It will include presentations, workshops and evening refreshments. Please contact… Read More Romanian Day at West Birmingham Ecclesial Hall

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A Time for Generosity — Typhoon Damrey Crisis Relief

Vietnam has been hit with a devastating typhoon, which has resulted in a swath of destruction affecting scores of brothers and sisters. The Category 2 cyclone created substantial damage, tearing apart the homes of believers who were in the storm’s path. “The water was rising so fast that it was coming in the doors of… Read More A Time for Generosity — Typhoon Damrey Crisis Relief

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