Jehovah shall make the earth waste and turn its ground up-side-down

We shall come to see that the Most High God shall make an end to this godless world and shall turn its ground up-side-down. (Isaiah 24:1) The Divine Creator had made his promise to sent some one to this world to restore the damaged relationship. That person has come already once but shall return to… Read More Jehovah shall make the earth waste and turn its ground up-side-down

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Conspiracy Thinking and Radical Scepticism

Exposition / Politics and Skepticism Conspiracy Thinking and Radical Skepticism There is a strong mistrust in society today, a spirit of suspicion and skepticism that is almost pathological. The COVID-19 experience has bred a lot of it, with debates about vaccination, wearing masks, etc. Conspiracy thinking is very much on the rise. Subject matter experts are… Read More Conspiracy Thinking and Radical Scepticism

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An Intended Universe

by: John Pople I believe this universe has been intentionally designed: a rational belief consistent with my scientific education and underpinning my reasoned faith. The statistical impossibility of the heavens demands this, and, necessarily therefore, they declare the existence of a highly skilled designer. Most importantly of all, I hold this conclusion not in spite… Read More An Intended Universe

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Faith and Fear

by Chris Sales What is the difference between believing something and having faith? What does it mean to have faith in a God who will help you overcome mistakes, persevere through life’s experiences and give confidence to move forward without fear? Join us. Chris dug deeper into this topic with us on his podcast episode.… Read More Faith and Fear

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Today’s thought “Your prayers … ascended as a memorial” (May 2)

“Your prayers … ascended as a memorial” Today in reading Acts 10 we saw how Peter had his eyes opened to realise that non-Jews (Gentiles) had been called to repentance and belief in salvation through Christ. In verse 2 we read of a man named Cornelius – a Centurion who was “a devout man who… Read More Today’s thought “Your prayers … ascended as a memorial” (May 2)

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Today’s thought “God not living in houses” (April 29)

In the readings of yesterday and the day before yesterday we could see how the apostles got themselves in trouble by talking about Jesus and doing wonders in the name of God. In yesterdays reading (Acts 6) we read how the religious leaders called false witnesses to be able to punish those followers of Christ.… Read More Today’s thought “God not living in houses” (April 29)

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Today’s thought “For if you will be careful to do …” (April 25)

Today’s thought “For if you will be careful to do …” (April 25) Deuteronomy 10-11, Ecclesiastes 4, Acts 1 What do we all need to “be careful to do”? Our quotation is from the words of Moses; his final address to the generation who are about to enter the promised land under Joshua (and we know… Read More Today’s thought “For if you will be careful to do …” (April 25)

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Today’s thought “Have you also been deceived” (April 15)

“Have you also been deceived” “The Pharisees therefore answered them, Are ye also led astray?” (Joh 7:47 ASV) This was the question asked by the Pharisees of the officers sent to arrest Jesus when they returned without him. They reply, “No one ever spoke like this man!” (John 7:46,47). John, the disciple most intimately associated… Read More Today’s thought “Have you also been deceived” (April 15)

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Today’s thought “Fools despise wisdom and instruction” (March 23)

Today we start reading “the proverbs of Solomon” (Proverbs 1:1) and a key verse is “The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction” (verse 7). An awe of God is the beginning and foundation of wise thinking. The plea of Solomon is, “Hear my son, your father’s instruction,… Read More Today’s thought “Fools despise wisdom and instruction” (March 23)

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Today’s thought “To all who call upon him in truth” (March 21)

Today’s thought “To all who call upon him in truth” (March 21) I’m sad we are nearly at the end of the Psalms, we complete them in just eleven weeks, a pity. The Psalms for today are special. Much of Psalm 145 appears to be designed to be sung when God’s kingdom is established on… Read More Today’s thought “To all who call upon him in truth” (March 21)

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