Why am I Spared?


2018/07 Why am I Spared?   The habit of keeping a diary was once more common than it is today. In Christian circles, the diary of Andrew Bonar (a Presbyterian minister in Scotland in the nineteenth century) has been greatly used of God. It is very profitable to read over the account that he kept of

The Primacy of Preaching

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2018/07 The Primacy of Preaching Preaching reaches its pinnacle when the message is Jesus Christ and Him crucified. What is a dinosaur? One definition is that it is a large reptile that once lived on the earth but is now extinct. In our era, it seems that such a term could be used, in a

Strong as Oaks

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2018/09 Strong as Oaks When Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast of America on 29th August 2005, its 175mph winds and torrential floods were devastating. One million people were displaced; the city of New Orleans was buried in water; the US Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared the hurricane to be “the single most catastrophic

All The Way My Saviour Leads Me


2018/07 All The Way My Saviour Leads Me   As Moses approached the end of his life, God used him to give words of counsel and encouragement to Joshua, his successor. He reminded him that he was God’s man for the task and said, “…thou must go with this people unto the land which the

The Importance of Sound Doctrine

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2018/07 The Importance of Sound Doctrine Increasingly and sadly, within evangelicalism, there is a diminishing appetite for what the Spirit of God identifies as sound doctrine. Towards the close of his ministry, Paul warned the church of Christ, “the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine” (2 Timothy 4:3). The word ‘endure’


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2017/11 Profitable Bible Study - Some Practical Tips The more time you spend contemplating what you have read in your Bible, the more beneficial it will be to your soul. Bishop JC Ryle of Liverpool said: “next to praying, there is nothing so important in practical religion as Bible-reading.” He went on to say “the man


2013/01 A Look at the Book: Studying The Pentateuch Remember hearing of the pentagon, the five-sided figure, in school?  ‘Pentateuch’ also derives from two words in the Greek and means five rolls of writing. FIVE books that begin the Bible, otherwise known as ‘the books of Moses’, go by that name. To one born in

2013/03 GENESIS

What a vast field of study is presented to us in the first book of the Bible! Genesis has 50 chapters. It covers a period of at least 2,300 years.

2013/05 EXODUS

A Look at the Book: Exodus Exodus remains a book worthy of close study both because of its plenary inspiration, and because of its powerful and abiding testimony to Christ. The second ‘book of Moses’ is Exodus.


2013/07 A Look at the Book: Leviticus Of the five Books of Moses, Leviticus is less frequently read and judged the most difficult by many readers both young and old. Nevertheless, it is of supreme importance. As to order, this book is the third in the Pentateuch. Three in Scripture often has to do with