The above words jumped out at us in 1 Peter 1:13. What action? In one sense, each morning we need to prepare our minds for action each day, to make that day count in service before God. Believers through the centuries have encountered times of crisis and a climax in their lives. The Jewish exiles… Read More Today’s Thought “Preparing our minds for action” (June 11)
Today’s thought “You stiff necked people” (April 30) Stephen’s speech (in Acts 7) before the Jewish Council is a history lesson! Why? For what purpose? He reviews all that had happened since the time of Abraham. But the members of the Council would have known their history? But was it just academic knowledge to them?… Read More Today’s thought “You stiff necked people” (April 30)
Today’s thought “… and to the end of the earth” (April 30) We should be familiar with the words of the Lord’s Prayer that Jesus taught his disciples. “Thy will be done on earth.” Our readings today show us how God creates situations to see that his will is carried out – when men neglect… Read More Today’s thought “… and to the end of the earth” (April 30)
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Death Acts 7:55-8:1 But filled with the Holy Spirit, he gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God and Jesus standing at the right hand of God. “Look,” he said, “I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!” But…
“Why are you persecuting me?” (May 1) Paul, initially called Saul, appears to have been the main cause of the stoning of Stephen and today’s Acts 9 starts by telling us of his decision to go to Damascus “so that if he found any belonging to the Way, man or woman, he might bring them… Read More Why are you persecuting me?
In the coming days we shall look at the way how we can look at things and how we have to be conscious about those things we see around us and how they fit into the Plan of the Creator. We shall look at that what many in this world do not see any more… Read More May reading the Bible provoke us into action to set our feet on the narrow way