What J.C. Ryle wrote towards the end of the 19th century is still applicable - and more so for the church of today.
(This study is based on the book of Dr D.A. Carson, A Call to Spiritual Reformation, Priorities from Paul and his prayers [Baker Book House Company, 2007]) Let’s begin and ask the same questions as we asked last week: When you pray, what is it that you pray for? When you pray, who is it … Continue reading Prayer for one another with joy and concern born from the love for God
Unlike other years, the seeds got into the ground on time this season. As expected, in about a week’s time they pushed up and started to show their little heads. Same packet of seeds, same soil, same time, same water. All got fertiliser at the same time. Yet, some grow faster than others. Along the … Continue reading Climbing peas
Worry is a common temptation for all of us. The source of the anxiety might vary from person to person, but no one is completely immune. For some, it’s even a favorite pastime, occupying large portions of their days by troubling over their doubts and fears about the future. Obsessing over those doubts and fears … Continue reading Worn out by worry
Almighty God and gracious Father, You have granted me another day. Thank You for the rest of last night and the beauty of this new day. Thank You for the house we live in, the security we enjoy and your providence in every way. We are blessed and privileged. Please accept my thanks in the … Continue reading Teach me such obedience