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.
The Church remains open, functioning and prospering even though the building that is traditionally called the Church is closed. The spirit of the Church is the Holy Spirit, alive and operating within the hearts of God’s people.
Does God want us to live like mice on the Enchanted Ground? Is it God’s will for his people to sleep their way to the Celestial City?
Haggai was called to a good and godly remnant who as a result of discouragement had lost a sense of priority. This same problem has afflicted Christians in every age. We lose our determination and zeal. We become focused on careers, homes and all the other trappings of a materialistic society. We no longer have the interest in the Lord’s Work that once we had. This is not apostasy but a lukewarmness that overtakes the body of the Church. To such a people Haggai was called.
God’s will often leads us into places that the flesh finds to be most unpleasant. When called to stand alone for truth, to face opposition and criticism – the way is not easy. Yet this is the way that the Saviour himself took, our great inspiration
Obadiah: The Kingdom Belongs to the Lord Key Text: Verse 21 “And saviours shall come up on mount Zion to judge the mount of Esau; and the kingdom shall be the LORD’S.” This study embraces one of the lesser known and neglected books of the Bible. Nevertheless there is a message in Obadiah, which fitsContinue reading “OBADIAH; The Kingdom is the Lord’s”
There is a message of hope here, which must be transmitted from one generation to the next: “Tell ye your children…and let their children tell their children, and their children another generation” (1:3).
A series of presentations examining the godly and profound influence of the German Reformation upon the Christian Church.
“The heart of the Spirit is infinitely more tender towards us than that of the most affectionate parent can be towards an only child.
“Solomon in his naivety thought that he could enjoy whatever woman he desired because he offered everything by way of riches and material comfort. In the case of this young woman, however, he could not give her what her Shepherd could supply, true love.”