Today’s thought “To proclaim … the day of vengeance” (July 5)

Today’s thought “To proclaim … the day of vengeance” (July 5) Our first reading today of 1 Samuel 17 saw “the day of vengeance” of Israel upon the Philistines due to the wonderful faith of a youthful David. His faith and commitment to serving the Lord gave him the strength of mind to go forth… Read More Today’s thought “To proclaim … the day of vengeance” (July 5)

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Today’s Thought “I remember you constantly in my prayers” (May 25)

Today’s Thought “I remember you constantly in my prayers” (May 25) Today we started reading the final epistle that Paul wrote, his second letter to Timothy. The spiritual relationship he had developed with him is an example to us of the relationship we should aim to develop with fellow believers; surely we should remember each… Read More Today’s Thought “I remember you constantly in my prayers” (May 25)

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Today’s thought “Godly and dignified” (May 22)

Today’s thought “Godly and dignified” (May 22) We live in a world where those in authority are constantly being challenged. Where democracy is practised, elections become public confrontations. An earnest and committed Bible believer has feelings of dismay. What attitudes should they take? In the early days of our community, the pioneers were confronted in… Read More Today’s thought “Godly and dignified” (May 22)

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Today’s thought “My heart stands in awe …” (March 12)

Today’s thought “My heart stands in awe …” (March 12) “What shall we do?” was the question.  “the crowds asked” in our reading in Luke 3 today. You may recognise it as the same question the crowds asked Peter on the day of Pentecost, when Peter answered “Repent and be baptised”. But we saw today… Read More Today’s thought “My heart stands in awe …” (March 12)

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Today’s thought “If anyone has no love” (March 3)

Today’s thought “If anyone has no love” (March 3) We read three days ago in 1 Corinthians 13 that faith, hope and love are the three things that last, that abide. These are the foundation attitudes today in the lives of genuine follows of Christ. Everything else is built on this foundation. But in the… Read More Today’s thought “If anyone has no love” (March 3)

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Today’s thought “… of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes” (February 12)

Today’s thought “… of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes” (February 12) Mark 8 “For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation, of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes …” (Mark 8:38). Why would we be ashamed… Read More Today’s thought “… of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes” (February 12)

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Today’s thought “Out of the heart … come …” (February 11)

Today’s thought “Out of the heart … come …” (February 11) Mark 7 Today we read the straightforward teaching of Jesus that exposes the attitudes that lie behind so much of human behaviour. His words are probably familiar to us; they were spoken against the background of the rules and regulations taught the Lawyers and… Read More Today’s thought “Out of the heart … come …” (February 11)

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Today’s thought “They were indignant” (January 19)

Today’s thought “They were indignant” (January 19) Today’s Matthew 21 is full of drama and thought-challenging incidents. The opposition to Jesus caused by his popularity had reached fever pitch. The religious leaders were afraid to take any action against him because his popularity had become so intense. We read of his triumphal entry into Jerusalem,… Read More Today’s thought “They were indignant” (January 19)

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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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Sayings about Christadelphians and Belgian Biblestudents debounced

Absurd thoughts and big mistakes, plus wrong ideas about Christadelphians and Belgian Bible students or Dismantling of the wrong view concerning Christadelphians and Belgian Bible students In continuation of An attitude taken to those who attack us and other Unitarians showing how Mr. Dave Norris mistakenly takes us and the Belgian Bible Students for other… Read More Sayings about Christadelphians and Belgian Biblestudents debounced

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An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

For Christadelphians or Brothers in Christ it is important to walk in the ways Jesus Christ showed us to walk, after God.  In the Bible the word “Walk” is also used to denote our conduct in this life or our walk in life. Too many who call themselves Christian do seem to forget that. They… Read More An attitude taken to those who attack us and other unitarians

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Memorizing wonderfully 71: Philippians 4:8 True and Honest things

PHILIPPIANS 4:8 Finally Brethren, Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are HONEST, whatsoever things are JUST, whatsoever things are PURE, whatsoever things are LOVELY, whatsoever things are of GOOD REPORT, If there be any VIRTUE, IF there be any PRAISE? Think on THESE things. * To remember Ro 14:18 For he that herein serveth Christ… Read More Memorizing wonderfully 71: Philippians 4:8 True and Honest things

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Today’s thought “Forgive … from your heart” (January 16)

Today’s thought “Forgive … from your heart” (January 16) The message that jumps out of all three Bible readings today is how God can react to our attitudes. In Genesis Jacob married both Leah and Rachel, the daughters of Laban, but Rachel he loved and Leah he hated. God reacted, “When the LORD saw that… Read More Today’s thought “Forgive … from your heart” (January 16)

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Today’s thought by the French elections and right-wing populism in the world

Today’s thought “Taking Christ as our example” (May 8) Yesterday the far right and populist party of Marine Le Pen did not reach the necessary votes to have her on the presidential seat. But her 1/3rd brought lots of French voters to give a signal to show the world that certain people are not wanted… Read More Today’s thought by the French elections and right-wing populism in the world

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