Olive and I are following Nicky Gumbel’s excellent Bible in One Year reading plan. This morning’s NT reading was Romans 14. When it comes to disputable (but important) matters there … Continue reading Disputable Matters
Of all the things that a Christian needs to do once they are born again, nothing is more important than that they eat and drink spiritually. Just like eating food … Continue reading Manna!
The following is taken from C.S. Lewis’ essay called “Why I am not a pacifist” written in 1940 and found now in a book called “Compelling Reason” published by Harper … Continue reading Being Reasonable
Few Christian doctrines have caused as much trouble and confusion down the centuries as has the doctrine of communion. On the one side you have those who take a very … Continue reading Communion
Proverbs is one of the Bible’s Wisdom books along with Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs. One of its major themes is the consequences of actions and words. According … Continue reading Be Quiet!
Mankind just loves to put people into categories. Once we do that we can then begin to take a position. Once we take a position, the other position is wrong. … Continue reading Liberals and Conservatives
“If anyone thirsts let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me in the way Scripture says, out of his innermost being shall flow rivers of living … Continue reading He who believes in Me
Can you be trusted? A man of integrity engenders trust among those he works for, with and to. His bosses trust him to deliver and let him get on with … Continue reading Working with Integrity
Jesus words on forgiveness are stark: Unless you forgive others you cannot be forgiven. He makes that very clear in the Lord’s prayer (Matt. 6:15), in the parable of the … Continue reading The Difference between Pardon and Forgiveness
This is a most remarkable psalm. It seems impossible but as I look back over my life and my family’s this has certainly been true. I recorded this on my … Continue reading Spoken Word: Psalm 91