All of us have experienced rejection in one form or another, but for some people rejection can be devastating. Unless we deal with it in a healthy manner, feelings of rejection can blight our lives and can even result in depression or a total breakdown of our sense of worth. 1 Peter
The end of another year is upon us and if you are anything like me you are finding yourselves looking back and then trying to look forward. “How did I do this year Lord?” we murmur as we consider the triumphs, failures, joys, and sorrows of a year that can never be relived. “Well,
I was challenged to write my previous post on the current crisis in South Africa when I read Revelation 12:11 ‘They overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony; they did not love their lives so much as to shrink from death.’ We as Christians testify
This is a long post, but one which I feel compelled to write. I hope you will read it through to the end and then comment freely to add your ‘word of witness’. There is a foul wind blowing across the nations of the world, and its malignant force is most obvious in the
I had the privilege of preaching at our local church on Resurrection Sunday and I picked up on the victorious aspect of the Cross and the empty tomb. It is quite easy to miss this aspect when we read the Gospel accounts but not when we read Paul’s letter to the Colossians.
Here is a biblical riddle: “When and why did the Altar of Incense in the Tabernacle move?” The answer will intrigue and encourage you. Revelation Chapter Eight marks the start of Part Three of the book. Each part covers the period between the first and second comings of Christ, but from different
There are some very valuable documents housed in museums and vaults around the world, but none of them compare in importance to the heavenly reality of the one pictured in Revelation. In my last post I covered the disclosure of the throne of God, which John saw in heaven, as the central