Let’s talk about being clean!
We do not need to do purification rituals to be made clean. Our faith is not based on what we do, but on what Jesus has done for us. Jesus took our uncleanness and made us clean, acceptable in God’s sight, and to be sons and daughters of the king. And that is worth talking about.
Who do you listen to?
Proverbs 12:15 tells us that, “The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to advice.” If we want to be wise, we must ask for advice, but we must also be discerning about who we listen to. I think there are at least four traps that we might fall into…
I hope that in my weekend at Holyrood from the 28-29th January, I will have the opportunity to thank many of you face to face. But even if not, please know how thankful I am to God for all of you and for that special partnership from “the first day”, 25 years ago, until now.
Putting the pieces in place
It can be hard to understand why certain things are happening, or even to remember that there is a big picture. But recalling how God has worked in the past, whether in our lives or in the lives of others, gives us hope for the present and future.
Conversing with God’s Word
I have simply shared a personal experience of how I often converse with God’s Word. Perhaps it can encourage you who, like myself, feel that the process of spiritual growth is painfully slow.
Struggling vines make better wines
We are to be known as Jesus’ disciples by our fruit, and that fruit will bring glory to our Father. What an amazing thought!
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