Christmas comes to us, not on the 25th December, but when we allow Jesus to become the Saviour of our life. When we say yes, I have done wrong and have separated myself from my creator. When we recognise that we need a Saviour and Jesus is that person. When we recognise that there isContinue reading “When Christmas Comes.”
One of the simplest truths of the Christian faith is that the Christian life is often a paradox. We need to give to receive, we need to die to truly live, we need to be last to be first, we need to surrender in order to be free and so on. It is a truthContinue reading “A Paradox”
Life can sometimes be a struggle. The road can seem to be continually uphill. The constant demands, pressures and worries can be almost overwhelming. However, the message of the Bible is this… I am with you and I will never leave you. I know how you feel and although this world is tough I haveContinue reading “Stick with Me”
This day may your words be on my lips O Lord. May I speak life, encouragement, challenge, comfort and salvation. Amen
God is obsessed with life. He is obsessed with your potential. He is obsessed with you becoming all that you were created to be. He is for you all the way. He is your number one supporter. No-one wants you to succeed more than Him.
Life is not made up of the things that hold our attention but of the person who holds us. When you are in the loving grip of God it is then that life truly begins.
One of the most important things in life is to realise that God and not you is the most important thing in your life.
They say that “where there is life, there is hope”: but the message of Christianity is that where there is death there is an even greater hope.
For the Christian death should hold no fear, for we know the one who has died and come back to life. Jesus has conquered the power of death, we no longer move from life to death but from life to an even greater life.
Whatever you give time to in your thought process you give power to in your life.