Bible Reading

What every church MUST do

Kevin de Young said it well once when he affirmed, “There are many things a church can do, but there are only a few things a church must do” [paraphrased from memory] That is true. A church that does everything it can possibly do, but neglects to do the few things it really must do, […]

Bible reading that produces growth

Personal time in the Word of God is like breathing for the soul. It nourishes our souls, binds up our broken hearts, breaks our stubborn wills, and enlightens our minds (Psalm 19). But sometimes reading a passage of Scripture can feel like the most irrelevant part of one’s day. Worldly distractions, depression, or general spiritual […]

Taking God at His Word, or not!

Reading the Old Testament is like browsing a full-colour version of facebook, twitter, and ‘Christian’ news headlines all put together. The modern ‘Christian’ phenomena of praising God’s Word, and quoting favourite lines from God’s Word, or even attributing favourites quotes to God that aren’t even in His Word, is something that riddled the world in […]

What your Bible reading says about your courage

Courageous men and women are individuals who esteem a specific list of values and who live by a stated set of principles. Wimps value only themselves and react to live as it happens with whatever they think best at the time. As Christians we ought to stop our wimp-ish ways and take courage. We need […]

Wiser than the aged and educated

Experience and education are hailed as the great tutors of life in this world. We trust those with experience more than we trust those with mere head knowledge, and we trust those with reputable head knowledge more than we trust those who merely repeat their own opinions. Experience and education are the very best that […]

Non-Bible Biblical Resources

The Bible is the only source of Divine Revelation and is the only authoritative reference point of all things spiritual. Christians are required to read/hear the Bible, study the Bible, memorise the Bible, meditate on the Bible in its own pure, non-annotated form. The Bible is completely sufficient all by itself. However, this does not […]

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