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Provoke Anyone Lately?
I apologise to my regular readers for the recent blog silence. A combination of particularly heavy work demands and a really bad cold that just hasn’t wanted to stop have usurped my blogging time and energy. But I wanted to … Continue reading
Posted in Daily Christianity Tagged church, Encouragement, Hebrews 10, prayer 5 Comments
Praying =/= Complaining
A quick thought (among some other good thoughts on prayer) from Sharlene: “…that was not praying; it was complaining. They are not the same thing.” Supplemental thought (which I’ve heard before but forgot where): prayer request time is not gossip … Continue reading
Posted in Daily Christianity, Quick Thoughts Tagged complaining, Gossip, prayer 2 Comments
Saying ‘Thank You’
If we really believed that God is all-wise and all-loving, we would say ‘thank you’ when He doesn’t give us what we ask.
Posted in Quick Thoughts Tagged gratitude, prayer, trust 2 Comments
What WILL They Think of Next?
Wherever you are, Glenrothes or somewhere else, keep praying, keep serving, keep following the Lord, keep being a witness for Him. Persecution will come. Don’t get upset, don’t get angry, don’t get discouraged. It’s far better than having the kind of “Christianity” that isn’t even worth persecuting.
Posted in Thoughts on the News Tagged Advice UK, charity, Christians Against Poverty, Glenrothes, persecution, prayer 1 Comment
Inscribing the Arches (part one)
On Sunday, I continued my sermon series on Romans 12, looking at verses 10-12. Romans 12 begins with the exhortation to be “living sacrifices” to the Lord (verse 1), and commands to not be conformed to this world, but to be … Continue reading
Posted in Rightly Dividing Tagged affection, application, honour, hope, joy, living sacrifice, love, patience, prayer, service, work Leave a comment