Today’s thought > “Look you scoffers” (November 3) Today we read how the missionary work of the dramatically converted Paul began in earnest. Many of the Jews however, are jealous of his popularity and this blinds their minds to the message he is preaching. He warns them, “Beware, therefore lest what is said in the… Read More Today’s thought “Look you scoffers” (November 3)
Today’s thought “Were worse sinners … because they suffered in this way?” (March 22) In reading Luke 13 today we pondered the challenging conversation Jesus had with “some present” about the cause of recent tragedies. Jesus challenged the conclusions some had drawn about the cause of these events? In particular, he asked, when a tower… Read More Today’s thought “Were worse sinners … because they suffered in this way?” (March 22)
Happy New Year everybody. We are very much pleased to find you here as a regular reader, willing to listen to our ideas and willing to follow our activities. (For you some silent fireworks – the noise is horrible for our beloved animals.) In the year 2019 we had to do it without an external… Read More Thought on the first day of the new civil year 2020
Today lots of people go to the graves of their beloved. Most of the time of the year they think not about them, but near the end of October they start worrying about graves to be cleaned and think about the dead and ghosts. Yesterday children came along the doors singing “trick or treat” and… Read More Thought for November 1: To the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.
“The complacency of fools destroys them, but whoever listens to me will dwell secure and will be at ease, without dread of disaster” (Proverbs 1:32,33). May we help each other to have ears ready to listen, and therefore be at ease. “Fools despise wisdom and instruction” Today we start reading “the proverbs… Read More Fools despise wisdom and instruction