Today’s thought “May the whole earth be filled …” (February 9) Today’s Psalm 72 is a prayer David wrote at the end of his life – addressed to the Lord about Solomon – who was taking over as king. What a vision David had in doing this, it is evident the Lord took his thoughts… Read More Today’s thought “May the whole earth be filled …” (February 9)
Human beings have always been interested in the reasons why they are here and what would happen to them after they die. In our regions the dead are not placed on a fire, but are put in a grave or in an incinerator, according to the Bible to become dust, though the majority of people… Read More Is there life beyond the grave?
2018-19 starts without a meeting place in the region Brussel-Leuven and negative financial cyphers. We urgently look for people willing to help us building up our faith-community in this godless region.… Read More By the opening of the Season 2018-2019
After the choice Adam and Eve made to go against the Will of God, eating of the fruit of the Tree of knowledge of good and evil, God came to deal with three parties in the fall of mankind: Adam, Eve and the serpent. An alleged fourth – the devil – is not mentioned in… Read More The 1st Adam in the Hebrew Scriptures #5 Temptation, assault and curse
Today having many refugees entering Europe lots of people are afraid of an Islamisation. When they fear that Muslims world take over our regions and get the end of Christendom or Christianity, they should wonder if this would not be part of the unbelievers and not much believing people. In case all Christians would be… Read More Going deep into cultures to reach lost people
After being questioned about keeping the Sabbath or Sunday people ask us why we do not have our worship services in a ‘normal church with bell tower’ and why we do not have any priests leading the service. First of all followers of Christ should come together regularly. Nowhere is specified it should be in… Read More Why we do not have our worship-services in a church building
“I remember you in my prayers” (May 29) The short letter of Paul to Philemon has some valuable lessons for us in the area of spiritual relationships of believers with one another. Paul is writing as “a prisoner of Christ Jesus” (verse 1) and Timothy is with him – and other visitors support him, “Mark,… Read More I remember you in my prayers
These days we look at out willingness to see and to search for truth. We also, in our ecclesia, shall look for ways to come more to insight and to find ways to help each-other to build up in strength and knowledge. Coming closer to the end times it becomes more important that as many people… Read More God who knows the heart