Today’s thought “Disaster after disaster: behold it comes” (September 11)

Today’s thought “Disaster after disaster: behold it comes” (September 11) Ezekiel 7 is initially about the disaster coming on the people still living in Jerusalem. Ezekiel was a priest and is among those taken into captivity (1:1) some years before Jerusalem is destroyed. Those taken away are earnestly hoping to return to the land of… Read More Today’s thought “Disaster after disaster: behold it comes” (September 11)

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How can you grow faith throughout your whole life?

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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Rachel Adams on Education and Early Intervention

Rachel Adams is an early intervention specialist which means she helps kids who have developmental delays that can manifest through speech and language, physical delays, or cognitive delays. When a parent or a physician suspects a child has developmental delays, they’ll refer them to early intervention and they’ll send out a team who will do… Read More Rachel Adams on Education and Early Intervention

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News from the Christadelphian Magazine Office in Birmingham for September 2020

The last few months have presented many challenges and our prayers are with those around the world who are ill or lonely or suffering, the bereaved, those facing unemployment or hardship and many others affected by coronavirus. Considerable efforts to contain the outbreak continue, from governments and front line care workers to scientists searching for… Read More News from the Christadelphian Magazine Office in Birmingham for September 2020

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Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12)

Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12) The first verse of Jeremiah 33 tells of how “The word of the LORD came to Jeremiah … while he was still shut up in the court of the guard” and told him of the judgments he was about to bring. They would… Read More Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12)

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Today’s thought The little word “if” (August 11)

Today’s thought The little word “if” (August 11) Today’s reading in 1 Kings 6 describes how Solomon in the fourth year of his reign began to build a most remarkable temple on the mount in Jerusalem. It took him seven years (verse 38) to build. We read, “When the house was built; it was with… Read More Today’s thought The little word “if” (August 11)

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Lovely to have so many people joining this morning service

It was really very nice to have people from different ecclesiae all over Great-Britain and Belgium joining this morning zoom-casting. It is also very nice to see that many ecclesiae are streaming their services. Some are finding it easier to meet together than they used to — with someone, maybe not local. The internet in… Read More Lovely to have so many people joining this morning service

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CoViD-19 creating an extraordinary time of need

The pandemic has created an extraordinary time of need. It has a horrific effect on the health of some. It has created financial hardship for many as unemployment reaches levels last seen in the 1929-1939  Great Depression. Until now it was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world, sparking… Read More CoViD-19 creating an extraordinary time of need

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Surely Goodness and Mercy Shall Follow Me

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

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Prayertheme for August 2020: Feeling alarm or anxiety

1 Chronicles 28:20 And David said to his son Solomon, “Be strong and of good courage, and do it; do not fear nor be dismayed, for the Lord God—my God—will be with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you, until you have finished all the work for the service of the house of the Lord. (NKJ) Feeling alarm or anxiety I… Read More Prayertheme for August 2020: Feeling alarm or anxiety

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Today’s thought “Correct me, O Lord, but … not in your anger” (July 20)

Today’s thought “Correct me, O Lord, but … not in your anger” (July 20) Jeremiah 10 starts with a challenging message – just as appropriate for today as it was then. The nation had become totally godless – and we see many comparisons in the messages Jeremiah is caused to give them – with God’s… Read More Today’s thought “Correct me, O Lord, but … not in your anger” (July 20)

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Today’s thought “Peace, peace, when there is no peace” (July 18)

Today’s thought “Peace, peace, when there is no peace” (July 18) As we continue reading Jeremiah we see how uncertain the way of life surrounding him had become – just like today. God says to him, “You shall say to them … they have rejected the word of the LORD, so what wisdom is in… Read More Today’s thought “Peace, peace, when there is no peace” (July 18)

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Priorities for our Christadelphian community and for the spreading of Good News

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

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Today’s thought July 13 Reading 2 – Jeremiah 3:25

“We have sinned against the LORD our God, both we and our fathers; from our youth till this day we have not obeyed the LORD our God” (Jer 3:25). Where the prophets of Israel witnessed against the spiritual abuses among their contemporaries they did so while still continuing full fellowship with those whom they denounced.… Read More Today’s thought July 13 Reading 2 – Jeremiah 3:25

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