Today’s thought “From triumph to tragedy” (November 6)

Today’s thought “From triumph to tragedy” (November 6) Our Chronicles reading today tells us of how a Passover celebration was organised by King Josiah (recall our thoughts yesterday) and that “No Passover like it had been kept in Israel since the days of Samuel the prophet” (2 Chronicles 35:18). Josiah was highly thought of, but… Read More Today’s thought “From triumph to tragedy” (November 6)

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Today’s thought “Not stopping doing what is right” (November 5)

Today’s thought “Not stopping doing what is right” (November 5) Throughout the ages there have been times people loved to remember their dead with bringing offers to them. Many times several gods and ghosts were revered. More than once people had forgotten about the Most important Book for life. When Josiah was eight years and… Read More Today’s thought “Not stopping doing what is right” (November 5)

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Prayer of a man of flesh and blood who is authorized and glorified by God

In the reading of today October 22, John 17, Jesus prays for himself, his disciples, and his future followers, of which we should be part of. But Jesus also prayed that the hour had come for God to glorify His son, that His son may glorify the Most High God. Lots of people who take… Read More Prayer of a man of flesh and blood who is authorized and glorified by God

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Guiding principals for Agape in Action

1. Activities firmly grounded in scripture As Christadelphians or Brothers and sisters in Christ we feel that supporting the needs of our family in need is not an optional feel good ‘humanitarian’ action, but an essential part of following of the Lord Jesus Christ. Seeing our brother in need requires a practical response from those… Read More Guiding principals for Agape in Action

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Not waiting until something serious happens in the life of those around us

The world has lots of people wondering about life, afterlife, and about different sorts of powers manipulating or influencing life. When growing up people are confronted with a lot of questions they would love to see answered. Some of them they shall never find answered. Others may receive a dissatisfying answer, whilst other questions in… Read More Not waiting until something serious happens in the life of those around us

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Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ

Enjoying life on holiday, often people do find more time to reflect about life, what we have done and how everything went, not only the last year but also the previous years. Even when we travel later in Summer or even when the astronomical Autumn has started already, we can be able to find the… Read More Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ

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