THE DARK NIGHT OF THE SOUL – Psalm 6

Ever feel alone, unloved, betrayed, lonely, frightened?  Ever suffer in the body and soul?  Ever sorrow and grieve?  In this Psalm, through prayer, the subconscious knowledge that God was real and present, suddenly took root and brought David to a sense of peace in the midst of pain. Psalm 6  O Lord, rebuke me not... Continue Reading →

CHRISTIAN LOVE AT WORK; Romans Part

In our Christian Behaviour are we truly godly in our hearts or is there a mask of religion hiding an evil spirit within? The Characteristics of Christian Behaviour (f) Christian Love Romans 12:9-17 Having expounded the grace gifts which God has given to his Church Paul continues by explaining how we can use these gifts.... Continue Reading →

A Morning Prayer; Psalm 5

PSALM 5 A Morning Prayer We often regard morning as a suitable time to pray.  While we should be cautious about setting seasons aside as being more holy than others, there remains a unique suitability for prayer associated with morning.  As morning is generally the best time for learning, when the mind is fresh and... Continue Reading →

All Saints Day Message

This message, published on All Saints Day 2016, looks at the history of this day in the Christian Calendar and how it influenced the Protestant Reformation 499 years ago.

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