Study God’s Word

‘Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in Your law.’ Psalm 119:18 NIV The key to Bible study is to make it a daily habit. The psalmist prayed, ‘Open my eyes that I may see wonderful things in Your law.’ This involves three things: (1) God will show you the truth about Himself. You’ll discover ...Read More

From Strife to Peace

‘For where envying and strife is, there is confusion and every evil work.’ James 3:16 KJV When a well-known pastor was asked by a sceptic, ‘Do you believe there is such a thing as a real devil?’ he smiled and replied, ‘Have you ever been to an annual church business meeting?’ Seriously, if you are a member ...Read More

Don’t Exaggerate

‘My words are plain to anyone with understanding.’ Proverbs 8:9 NLT King Solomon wrote: ‘Everything I say is right, for I speak the truth and detest every kind of deception. My advice is wholesome. There is nothing devious or crooked in it. My words are plain to anyone with understanding.’ (Proverbs 8:6–9 NLT) We usually embellish the truth in ...Read More

Bright and Salty

‘You are the salt… You are the light.’ Matthew 5:13–14 NKJV Do the people you study with or work for know that you’re a follower of Christ? What do they think of your attitude towards those in authority? Are you critical or complimentary towards the people around you? Do you arrive at school and work on ...Read More

Say ‘I Love You’

‘Jonathan asked David to repeat his promise of love for him. 1 Samuel 20:17 NCV People know you love them when you show them and when you tell them. The relationship between Jonathan and David was so strong that they were willing to lay down their lives for one another. Yet Jonathan wasn’t sure their friendship ...Read More

Confronting: 2

‘For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness.’ Hebrews 12:11 ESV Healthy confrontation calls for putting the other person’s well-being above your own interests. So how do you confront someone in the right way? By doing these three things: (1) Be sure. There must be a ...Read More