Today’s Thought: “Crucified with Christ” (January 29)

“I have been crucified with Christ,” Paul writes to the Galatians. He touches on the same idea in Romans 6, where he says of all who have been baptized into Christ, that “our old self was crucified with him.” Jesus himself originated the idea, telling us that anyone who would follow him must take up… Read More Today’s Thought: “Crucified with Christ” (January 29)

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Today’s thought “… love truth and peace” (December 23)

What do you love? The prophecy of Zechariah, a key later prophet who returned from exile in Babylon, is now caused, in today’s chapter, to write prophecies that have a last days and kingdom era application. He has visions of the time when “Jerusalem shall be called the faithful city, and the mountain of the… Read More Today’s thought “… love truth and peace” (December 23)

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Today’s thought “Those whom I love I reprove and discipline” (December 22)

The seven letters to the seven different assemblies of believers that we read in Revelation 2 and 3 always challenge our thinking. They are representative of all the different types of congregations that have existed over time and each of us should be able to see in one or more of them, a “picture” of… Read More Today’s thought “Those whom I love I reprove and discipline” (December 22)

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Today’s thought “Where shall wisdom be found?” (December 21)

The three “friends” of Job have given up reasoning with him, their minds were locked into thinking that everything ‘bad’ that happens is always a form of punishment by God – but this is only sometimes. We are now reading some very interesting chapters that contain Job’s meditations about God and his way – and… Read More Today’s thought “Where shall wisdom be found?” (December 21)

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Today’s thought “Building yourselves up in your most holy faith” (December 20)

It is God’s inspired scriptures that are the only source in our Godless world for “building (y)ourselves up in (y)our most holy faith”, as Jude wrote so long ago. But first let us see how our chapters today in Job are very special. Job was inspired to write of God’s creation and describe how the… Read More Today’s thought “Building yourselves up in your most holy faith” (December 20)

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Today’s thought “Qualities and feasts of people” (December 14)

Nearly 2 millennia ago a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ wrote letters to his fellow brethren and sisters in Christ. He wrote to them, who were living further away, to share the same precious faith they had. He talked about a faith which was given to them because of the justice and fairness of… Read More Today’s thought “Qualities and feasts of people” (December 14)

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Today’s thought “Whoever desires to love life and see good days …” (December 13)

Surely we all desire to experience goods days, to love and enjoy life. Well then, let us specially notice Peter’s advice that we read in his letter today – for his next words, to those above, are “let him (or her) keep his tongue from evil and his lips from speaking deceit; let him turn… Read More Today’s thought “Whoever desires to love life and see good days …” (December 13)

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Today’s thought “A serious warning for teachers” (December 09)

Did you notice that James 3 begins with a pretty serious warning, telling that teachers will incur a stricter judgment. The writer of the letter tells us that with that tiny thing in our head, our tongue, do we bless our Lord and our Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made… Read More Today’s thought “A serious warning for teachers” (December 09)

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Today’s thought “How have I burdened you?” (December 08)

In today’s second Bible reading we get the impression that God’s people looked on His laws as burdensome and felt that serving Him was difficult. The Elohim therefore asks them: “ O my people, what have I done unto thee? and wherein have I wearied thee? testify against me.” (Mic 6:3 ASV) The God of… Read More Today’s thought “How have I burdened you?” (December 08)

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Today’s thought “Made strong out of weakness” (December 4)

One of the most uplifting chapters in God’s word is surely Hebrews 11. It provides the evidence of what real belief in God causes us to do (or not do); the factor that should be the spiritual mainspring of our lives. The danger is, we might become too familiar with the lessons in this chapter… Read More Today’s thought “Made strong out of weakness” (December 4)

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Today’s thought “He who was also subject to human weakness” (November 30)

In the Messianic Scriptures we learn that the Divine Creator fathered His only begotten beloved son who in the days of his flesh here on earth, was a humble man who knew who is the Most Highest and What His Plan and Will are. God looked down from above unto that man who put his… Read More Today’s thought “He who was also subject to human weakness” (November 30)

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Today’s thought “A person who calls himself a Christian should not be doing things that are wrong” (November 25)

In this world we encounter lots of people who say they are a Christian. But when we look at their behaviour we could wonder if they could be worthy to call themselves Christian. We may encounter lots of Christians who call other names or who say others shall burn in hell for ever. They love… Read More Today’s thought “A person who calls himself a Christian should not be doing things that are wrong” (November 25)

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Today’s thought “Nourished in the words of the faith not falling away from the faith” (November 22)

We should remember that the Holy Spirit tells us clearly that not always people shall be willing to follow the right teachings of Christ Jesus and that in the last times some in the church will turn away from Christ and become eager followers of teachers with “devil-inspired ideas”. These teachers will tell lies with… Read More Today’s thought “Nourished in the words of the faith not falling away from the faith” (November 22)

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Today’s thought “Bible Tip for Life: Work Hard!” (November 20)

The Bible gives many practical suggestions that can help your life now. One such advice is to work hard. Paul went around the world preaching about Jesus and God’s plan with the earth but stressed that he continued to work so that he did not burden other people with feeding him. In 2 Thessalonians 3:10… Read More Today’s thought “Bible Tip for Life: Work Hard!” (November 20)

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Today’s thought “Putting on the robe of compassion, kindness, humility and meekness” (November 15)

Today’s thought “Putting on the robe of compassion, kindness, humility and meekness” (November 15) How many in this world say they are a Christian but do not worship the God of Christ nor act as a follower of Christ is supposed to act? As a Christian do you find you belong to the chosen or… Read More Today’s thought “Putting on the robe of compassion, kindness, humility and meekness” (November 15)

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Today’s thought “Nutritional spiritual food” (November 14)

The Divine Creator Who made man in His image provided them with ‘spiritual nutrients’ which can be absorbed most efficiently at the start of each day by taking up the Book of books, the Bible, the infallible Word of God. To stay alive we have to eat regularly and have to eat healthy food to… Read More Today’s thought “Nutritional spiritual food” (November 14)

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Today’s thought (September 05): “Bringing holiness to completion”

The three chapters in 2 Corinthians today total 55 verses and are quite a challenge to grasp all the points Paul is making. He is concerned about “those who boast about outward appearance and not about what is in the heart” (5:12). He tells them, “if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation… Read More Today’s thought (September 05): “Bringing holiness to completion”

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