ARCHIVE OF March - 2012

31MAR 2012

The rustling of the leaves

           Since my conversion, there has not been one single day where God was not the first thing on my mind in the morning and the last before I slept. My mind is consumed with thoughts on Him literally through every waking hour, Psalm 44:8. My life is barely punctuated with……..[Read More]

24MAR 2012

Some lessons cannot be learned in a day

     The power of Jesus’ sacrifice for sin is amazing. When you think of all the blood sacrifices offered under the first covenant, it’s truly staggering. Just think of the endless flow of blood that proceeded from the altar from the time of Moses (1450 B.C.) to Jesus (A.D. 28)! In all of it,……..[Read More]

17MAR 2012

A question about Mr. Reinhard Bonnke

On March 16, Pierre J. asked:    “I read your account of your experiences with the WF movement. Have you ever read 'a Different gospel' by DR Mcconnell? I read that years ago and found it very useful indeed. Since 1980, I have opposed the diabolical doctrines of glorifying self. I know Reinhardt Bonke has……..[Read More]

10MAR 2012

The wise master builder

            Surely there are things, at times, too great for us to learn, and so God is wise not to reveal them. We may hear them in the word, yes, but it is not always “the time” for us to learn some lessons in life. There were times in my……..[Read More]

09MAR 2012

The frittering, or glittering, end

            One of my favorite hymns is called My Jesus, I Love Thee. It was written in 1864 by a young man named William Ralph Featherston who died at the age of 27. He wrote this magnificent hymn when he was only 16 years old. Each stanza ends with the……..[Read More]

03MAR 2012


     Jesus Christ came to give eternal life to as many as the Lord would call, Mark 10:45. If a person is truly a Christian, it’s not because they’ve got it all together. It’s not because they had the right apologetic discourse presented to them in the perfect order- and so they believed. They……..[Read More]