HUNGERING AND THIRSTING; Food for the Soul

“Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after righteousness for they shall be filled” Jesus Christ urges us into activity.  The activity is urgent, vehement; it is the most energetic activity that one could possibility imagine, therefore Jesus employs the metaphor of hungering and thirsting. There no need more basic to the physical man than … Continue reading HUNGERING AND THIRSTING; Food for the Soul

THE LONELY IRISH HILLSIDE

“The Lonely Irish Hillside” by Peter McIntyre (some reflections after visiting the Deserted Village, Achill Island, Co Mayo) On a lonely Irish hillside Along a winding mountain path, Rows of ruined houses Stand silently, A haunting memorial To a terrible past People once populated this hillside, These old stone walls Were the pride and joy … Continue reading THE LONELY IRISH HILLSIDE

DAVID’S DESIRE FOR GOD’S HOUSE

Sitting at home watching an online broadcast is not the same as sitting among God’s people in His house. We have proved that to be be true. We are thankful for the ability to be able to reach our people with God’s Word, we are so glad that those who are unable still to worship can share our ministry and yet we all are aware that communing with the body of Christ is impossible without our public gatherings.

THERE IS A RIVER

We have travelled through uncertain and troublesome days. If we were told one year ago that tens of thousands would be dead in our own nation and hundreds of thousands worldwide, before another twelve months have passed – we would have been paralysed with incredulity and horror. These days have come and we are still faced with the possibility of a second wave but the people of God have experienced the peace of a God who never fails, because we have positioned ourselves by this Gospel river which has made glad our hearts.