Suddenly The Angel Left

Would you like to talk to an angel about what’s happening to you?  I would. Peter came close, but did not have adequate time for an in-depth discussion.   It is reported in Acts 12:8-10.  King Herod, willing to please the militant Jews, killed James (the brother of John).  He arrested Peter, intending to put him…

Meaningful Meetings with the Master (Part 2 of 2)

Our individual worship times are more essential to our spiritual health than serving in a local church; more essential than communion; more essential than fellowship, valuable though all of those things can be.  We have been looking at having nourishing times alone with God.  Five suggestions were: Let’s continue thinking about having meaningful meetings with…

Meaningful Meetings with the Master

A Christian who enjoys a positive relationship with the Lord will likely say that their private time of worship is what nourishes and sustains them. Since a little directly from God is better than a lot from people, Christians have to know how to feed themselves from the Bible. One’s personal time of worship is…

How God Applied Your Prayers

During our June 23 – July 1 time of service in Cuba, we felt the effect of people praying for us via a host of graces (Thank You). And we think God applied the prayers of His people to three specific situations:  First, a Canadian Officer   We normally drive to Toronto and then only one…

Give, Unity, Glory and Sent

The high priestly prayer of the Lord Jesus Christ recorded in John 17 emphasizes giving, that He was sent by the Father, unity of the Father and Son and of believers with God, and the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ.Since this is a conversation between the Son and the Father, Me means Jesus Christ,…

The Parable of the Ledge (Part 4 of 4)

In parts 1-3, an older saint has engaged fellow transit riders in a discussion of apologetics (reasons to believe in and enjoy the Almighty God of the universe).  Using the National Geographic picture of Alex Honnald (left), we have imagined humanity on a narrow cliff.  The crowd on the L was getting restless. Newspapers shuffled;…

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