“God who knows the heart …” Today we read about a conference of a serious nature that took place in Jerusalem among the disciples and other principal brethren; it was about problems that had arisen among the believers. Some of the Pharisees who were now believers in Christ were saying that the Gentiles whom Paul… Read More Today’s Thought “God who knows the heart …” (May 05)
Today’s thought “As is proper among saints” (April 7) What a challenge it is to realise that all those who really believe in God and Jesus Christ are called “saints”. The Greek word translated as saint, means, “holy, set apart”. Saints set themselves apart from worldly, godless ways of thinking and doing. Paul’s letters are… Read More Today’s thought “As is proper among saints” (April 7)
Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12) The first verse of Jeremiah 33 tells of how “The word of the LORD came to Jeremiah … while he was still shut up in the court of the guard” and told him of the judgments he was about to bring. They would… Read More Today’s thought “Out of the heart of man come …” (August 12)
Today’s thought “… and from sexual immorality” (May 5) There is a very interesting link between our three readings today. The early church has a crisis meeting to decide whether the new Gentile converts should be expected to keep the Law of Moses. Leaders including Paul, Barnabas, Peter and James participate in, what we would… Read More Today’s thought “… and from sexual immorality” (May 5)
Vengeance is seen many times in the Old Testament both against Israel’s enemies and against Israel itself when they themselves lapsed into immorality.… Read More Today’s thought “Execute the LORD’s vengeance” (April 12)
Today’s thought “We must not put Christ to the test” (February 26) Paul’s comments on Moses and how the people “all passed through the sea and all were baptised into Moses” (1 Corinthians 10:1,2) obviously relate to what we have been reading in Exodus. Paul then states, “For they all drank from the Rock that… Read More Today’s thought “We must not put Christ to the test” (February 26)
The consistent Biblical view is that this world is ruled by human desires gone wrong.… Read More What Causes Sin?
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