It Might Have Been

For of all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these: “It might have been.” – John Greenleaf Whittier.

Are we slaves to the “woulda, coulda, shoulda” syndrome? “If only…” are words of such sad regret. It might … Read more “It Might Have Been”

Seek Ye First (3)

What lights our way?

Christ makes a statement about healthy eyesight: “The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light” (Matt 6:22).

The language here is a

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Depression Strikes Again

Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why are thou disquieted in me?… O my God, my soul is cast down within me.”

Depression is one of the major problems in society today. Millions upon millions of people

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Walking in Holiness Today (4)

The joy of living in holiness

The overarching connection that joins all our considerations of holiness in the Father’s service is the ‘Joy of Holiness’. In this article we want to consider this wonderful blessing that comes through all the

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Psalm 22 – The Messiah’s Mind (Part 2)

Whatever the possible background events in David’s life from which Psalm 22 could have been written, we can certainly be encouraged by his desire to focus on the Messiah during his trials. David was God’s prophet who “testified beforehand the … Read more “Psalm 22 – The Messiah’s Mind (Part 2)”

Psalm 69 – “The Zeal of Thine House”

We don’t feel comfortable reading Psalm 69. We probably prefer Sunday morn­ings, in fact life in general, to be happy and positive. We don’t enjoy thinking about sad things or bad and uncomfortable things. We like even less to talk … Read more “Psalm 69 – “The Zeal of Thine House””

Lift up your Heads; for your Redemption Draweth Nigh

The Lord described our age as one full of distress, turbulence, anxiety and bewilder­ment (Luke 21:25-26). We should not be surprised therefore at the increasing pressures that seem to come upon us daily. For the world around us there can … Read more “Lift up your Heads; for your Redemption Draweth Nigh”

Eleven Weeks

The only way to describe this book is it is a ‘must read’! I don’t say that lightly, however it is a long time since I have sat down and read a book from cover to cover in one sitting.

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