Today’s thought “My soul thirsts for God” (January 23) Today’s Psalm 42 has this particularly challenging verse, “My soul thirsts for God, for the living God. When shall I come and appear before God?” (verse 2). We linked this verse in with the two parables we read today in Matthew 25. There is first a… Read More Today’s thought “My soul thirsts for God” (January 23)
After having followed the series “Key to the Bible” and having read Concluding thought by the article series “Key to the Bible” you might wonder how to become a Christadelphian. Being a Christadelphian requires a great commitment. first of all a commitment to God, second a commitment to Christ and the a commitment to the… Read More How to become a Christadelphian
Today’s thought “Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good” (January 17) Psalm 34 of David today is wonderfully spiritually stimulating; it is one to be memorised, at least in part. “Oh, fear the LORD, you his saints, for those who fear him have no lack!” (verse 9). David can write this from his… Read More Today’s thought “Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good” (January 17)
In the last article in the series “Key to the Bible” we present again some thought which can surprise several Christians. Like you could see from previous articles and Bible texts you might have seen how many Church doctrines are not in accord with Bible doctrines. Jesus taught that all evil comes from within, out… Read More Has the devil got you?
Today’s thought “Scorned by mankind” (January 10) Genesis 10, Psalm 22, Matthew 12 What fascinating thought challenging readings we have today! First, in Genesis we have the judgement of the Creator on the godlessness of Sodom and Gomorrah and how God sent angels to deliver Lot, his wife and family. We read how his sons-in-law… Read More Today’s thought “Scorned by mankind” (January 10)
Today’s thought “Jehovah God makes us dwell in safety and confident trust” (January 02) We opened the New Year by looking at the beginning of all things (in the Genesis chapters 1 & 2) and how those who keep to God’s Word can be blessed (Psalm 1). We best try to belong to the happy,… Read More Today’s thought “Jehovah God makes us dwell in safety and confident trust” (January 02)
White Fields started as a program for defraying the expenses of volunteers who wanted to dedicate a season of their lives to preaching and serving. It expanded to include financial support for a wide range of projects, all centred on showing our Lord’s love by sharing the Gospel and helping the needy around the world.… Read More White Fields & Around the world
Moses knew that God had chosen His people and had promised them a set-apart or holy nation. “Jehovah, The LORD your God, has chosen you to be a people for his own possession, out of all the peoples that are on the face of the earth” (Deuteronomy 7:6). God never rejected His people. Like the… Read More The revival of Israel
To whom does prophecy belong? With the Book of books the Bible we have a most remarkable book in our hands. Its account of the origin of evil; its unparalleled record of God’s dealings with the nation of Israel; its searching message through their prophets; its “good news” proclaimed by Jesus Christ and his apostles;… Read More Who has the power of prophecy?
The Christadelphians The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ” are a small religious body who believe that the Bible contains God’s message to mankind. We meet in homes and halls and operate as a lay community as was the custom in the time of the Apostles. Though united in faith and practice, each congregation is autonomous… Read More The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ”
We have a tradition of annual fellowship weekends or days at our Church. They’re important because they give us another opportunity to come together as a church family and spend a bit of extra time looking at God’s messages to us in the Bible and how this could make a difference in our individual and… Read More Building the Body
A call to each one who want to believe or who believes in God to come to see that Jesus is the way to God and that we all should be united with the sent one from God, building one united body.… Read More Avoiding friction and distraction in the body of Christ
It is profitable to observe how the apostles put into practice the principles already outlined about the importance of knowing the truth revealed by God. There is an interesting case in Acts 10 about a man called Cornelius. The record says that he was a devout man and one that feared God with all his… Read More Examples of Living Faith
The earth presents many sad sights to those who have eyes to see. Where truth should be exalted for the hope and salvation of perishing man, we see contradictory creeds and bitter conflict. Instead of a generous distribution of the earth’s bounties amongst her children, we see millions toiling in hunger; instead of peace and… Read More Bible Teaching and Vital Doctrines to be Discover
In the previous chapter we shed already a light on some other teachings which entered already in the first century in the different groups which claimed to follow Jesus. The apostles warned already for the false teaching which were introduced by people who loved to be the leader of a group they started to call… Read More The Development of Differences
“Why are there so many churches in Christendom” “Why are there so many sects in Christendom?” In the world we can find many groups discussing about Christianity and Christendom. Lots of people dare also to react very strongly and aggressively against other Christian groups. Sometimes they go so far to show a very unchristian attitude.… Read More One Bible, many Churches
In the previous chapters you could read how in this world many (Christian) denominations came to exist one next to the other. We have a thousandfold of churches from which many claiming they are the only one true church or claiming that only when you become a member of their church you shall come into… Read More The Bible: is it contradictory?
From the days of Jeshua (Christ Jesus) there were people who wanted to follow that master teacher, whilst others were interested in some points but did not like other points and as such preferred to keep to other teachings and traditions also. Jeshua had asked those who he had chosen to become his disciples, what… Read More Different wineskins
What the apostle taught to the “Early Christians” The apostles taught that the Bible is divinely inspired “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16). “God, who at many times and in many ways spoke in time past to… Read More Do you believe what Christ’s Apostles taught?