In our Bible readings today Psalm 19 reminds us of the wonder of God’s creation. All that He has made in the heavens declares His glory, with every part perfectly designed for its role and purpose. Although the heavenly bodies have no voice, they speak volumes about the mighty Creator, witnessing to His majesty and… Read More Today’s thought “to Remind us of the wonder of God’s creation” (January 09)
In the Daily Bible Readings of yesterday we read in Jonah 1 how one day the word of the Eternal One came to the prophet Jonah (Amittai’s son). He called Jonah to Nineveh, but being afraid to go to that ‘doomed place’ he goes instead to Tarshish, a great and wealthy city on the coast… Read More Today’s thought “The Eternal God is willing to change His decision to unleash destruction” (December 2)
This morning in service, we had a look at the Book of Nehemiah, in which we can find the longest (Ch. 9) and the shortest prayer (Ch. 2) For a hundred years the people went asleep. We too have come into a period when previously lots of people though they said to be Jew, Christian… Read More Coming to Thanksgiving day 2020
Faith matters because it defines our life—forever. It shapes our relationship with God and with each other. We each come to God individually, but we are called to walk together in common purpose, united by our faith in God. WCF FaithLaunch Program WCF’s FaithLaunch Program is designed to answer that huge question and assist you as you… Read More How can you grow faith throughout your whole life?
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It’s easy to take our children for granted but, during this lockdown, how I have missed my class! At the end of March, parents in our ecclesia decided they would provide Sunday School for their own children but it soon became apparent that they were missing out on interacting with one another and so the… Read More A teacher from the Sunday class muses…
It was a beautiful late summer day so we packed some sandwiches and drove to a nearby village. We were aiming to walk along the track of a disused railway line in the area. We discovered the line of the track as embankments and ‘cuttings’ which could easily be seen across the countryside. However, as… Read More A Walk in the country
In “CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day” we presented the new Christadelphian site where people can find Christadelphian thoughts about certain matters. The essence of the site is to bring people to contemplate a verse from God’s Word on their way to and from work (or from the living room to the kitchen). Let… Read More Surely Goodness and Mercy Shall Follow Me
CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dear Brothers, Sisters and Friends: A “passion project” over the past year for me and a few fellow ecclesia members has been creating and populating https://CommuterVerse.com/. Whether travelling to and from work, or just from the living room to the kitchen, CommuterVerse.com is meant to provide a… Read More CommuterVerse.com-inspiration to help you through your day
Little Seeds of Faith Podcast Series Welcome to Little Seeds. A podcast where children help read a treasured Bible story and we get a chance to explore and talk about the lessons we can learn. Do you love to read the Bible? The Bible has great adventures, love stories, stories of hope and truth and… Read More Tom & Naomi Peel on their podcast From the Platform
Please join Oxford for the study John was going to do for us and them in August on Wednesday evenings. The study is – as described: Manifesting Christ: Insufficiency of Law Compassion Follow me Prayer These are stand-alone talks – which John will adapt as he sees fit when he presents them. He has already… Read More John Launchbury’s study: Manifesting Christ
In Belgium we are a very very tiny community. Our mother-church in England has many baptised members and everywhere in Great-Britain you shall be able to find Christadelphian Halls. Not so in Belgium, the Netherlands nor in France. We are not so lucky or not so blessed. The difference with us and other Christian denominational… Read More Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News
Today’s thought “That the nations might tremble” (July 8) First we read 1 Samuel 20, an account of Saul’s increasing jealousy of David – and his developing desire to kill him: such is human nature and its self-centredness. We constantly see this around us – it is more evident than ever at election times! Then… Read More Today’s thought “That the nations might tremble” (July 8)
This month, let’s pray that through our daily readings our understanding of Bible teaching will be enlightening, powerful and relevant, that we will find and share new things in God’s Word that will excite us and lead us forward together in faith, hope and love.
Brothers and sisters in Christ grow up with the bible in their hand. We have our daily bible readings, our regular bible classes and regular services with full chapter readings and exhortations. Mrs. Hilary Higgins might not have the techy skills for digging out a couple of holiday snaps – the sort which are of… Read More When you need to get to grips with what the Bible says
Here is an extract from the notes relating to today’s reading, Judges chapter 7: “Gideon’s volunteer army is drastically reduced at God’s command, for victory must be seen to have come from Israel’s God, not their military might. Any remaining doubts Gideon had are settled when he overhears a conversation between two enemy soldiers. Dividing… Read More Today’s thought “Judges Discussion Notes” (June 10)
Today’s Thought “Let brotherly love continue” (June 06) As Christadelphians we are brothers and sisters in Christ, which means we should love each other as brothers and sisters, being part of a great family. Whatever might happen in this world we should Keep on loving each other as brothers and sisters. (Hebrews 13:1) The world… Read More Today’s Thought “Let brotherly love continue” (June 06)
Today’s thought “Having the appearance of godliness” (May 27) Today we completed reading Paul’s inspiring – and challenging – letters to Timothy: there are so many lessons we can (and should) take for ourselves from the advice Paul gave him. “Flee youthful passions” Paul told him – not just avoid them! The younger generation today… Read More Today’s thought “Having the appearance of godliness” (May 27)
Today’s thought “They are of no value in …” (May 15) This saying in Paul’s message to the Colossians arrested our attention this morning. He tells them, “See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit according to human tradition …” (2:8). Jesus had warned against “traditions” that religious leaders… Read More Today’s thought “They are of no value in …” (May 15)