Today’s thought “Do you not know that …” (August 25)

Four times this phrase is used by Paul in 1 Corinthians 6. The Corinthians were becoming spiritually blind to the follies that they had slipped back into. It happened then and it happens today. It appears to be worse among those who proclaim that once you are saved you are always saved, regardless of the… Read More Today’s thought “Do you not know that …” (August 25)

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Today’s thought “Rooted and built up in him” (November 14)

Today’s thought “Rooted and built up in him” (November 14) Colossians 2 contains some inspiringly positive points from Paul – we need to fully absorb these to spur us on – into becoming more and more like Christ. Paul tells them that although he is not with them physically, “I am with you in spirit,… Read More Today’s thought “Rooted and built up in him” (November 14)

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Today’s thought “Performing deeds in keeping with their repentance” (November 10)

Today’s thought “Performing deeds in keeping with their repentance” (November 10) Every time we read Paul’s speeches in defending himself after his arrest, we are moved by his total conviction of mind and commitment. What a transformed man he was after his intensely dramatic encounter with the risen Christ outside Damascus. He has turned himself… Read More Today’s thought “Performing deeds in keeping with their repentance” (November 10)

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A Mind Like His – Transforming our thinking in a self-obsessed world

New book published by The Testimony: A Mind Like His – Transforming our thinking in a self-obsessed world, by Paul Tovell. Our mind is our most personal possession. We use only a fraction of its capability. We reveal just a small percentage of it to others throughout our lives. Yet it is something with which… Read More A Mind Like His – Transforming our thinking in a self-obsessed world

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Today’s thought “Do not become proud, but fear” (August 2)

Today’s thought “Do not become proud, but fear” (August 2) Can we “become proud” because our regular reading and meditation on God’s word results in us seeing more and more of its meaning!? Could we become somewhat like those who succeed in completing a very large and complex, but wonderful jigsaw (if such exists)? The… Read More Today’s thought “Do not become proud, but fear” (August 2)

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Today’s thought “What does the LORD your God require …?” (April 25)

Today’s thought “What does the LORD your God require …?” (April 25) Today’s two chapters in Deuteronomy ‘inspire’ us as we come to the ‘heart’ of Moses’ final message before he dies. And we also have Acts 1 and the final words of Jesus before he ascends to heaven. Deuteronomy 10 records this declaration by… Read More Today’s thought “What does the LORD your God require …?” (April 25)

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Today’s thought “For judgment I came into this world” (April 17)

Today’s thought “For judgment I came into this world” (April 17) John records some of the most thought challenging sayings of Jesus – more than the other gospel writers. Consider the conversation of Jesus with the man, whose blindness he healed: (he had been born blind so what a healing that was!). The man had… Read More Today’s thought “For judgment I came into this world” (April 17)

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Outflow of foundational relationship based on acceptance of Jesus

The Christian community with all people of the world should come to realise that Bible is full of scriptures that address wisdom. These days we looked at it with the Book of Proverbs and the Book of Wisdom. In the world we can find many Christians criticising others and when trinitarian Christians hear about others… Read More Outflow of foundational relationship based on acceptance of Jesus

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