welcome – a christian website

ernestandersonMay 10th – 2015
Rev. E. Anderson

Welcome to this Christian Website which has now been going for a number of years. Over 128,000 people have visited it since 2006. On the left hand side of the introductory page is a host of subjects and material that have been placed during this time and is there for your interest, study and perusal.

I feel it is time and right to change the format and to present day by day something a little simpler and trust will benefit and bless those who visit it. It will consist of a Prophetic Word for Today, A Golden Promise from the Scriptures, Just a Thought by Aaron Linford. A Choice Quotation and a miniature message from the Psalms that can be developed more fully by you. I trust you will find such refreshing and helpful


It is the LORD that has a unique manner of tempering you so that you become the quality vessel and instrument that He wills you are to be. You are not to be self-made but made by Him so that it is He births and develops in you choice characteristics and a temperament that lines up with His own. His eye is always on you and His hand always at work providentially planning both your progress and success in these matters. Whilst He has designed to do an immense work through you, remember this, first of all, there must be an incredible work done in you so that you become a quality person to represent Him. Let this knowledge stir and stimulate so that you daily bend and bow to His gracious and generous workings and so be the person qualified by Him. The end result in service and ministry will be first rate and blessed.


“The steps (stops) of a good man are ordered by the LORD, and He delights in his way. Though he fall, He shall not be cast down; for the LORD upholds Him with His hand2 – Psalm 37: 23, 24.

JUST A THOUGHT by Aaron Linford

“The parched ground” of lsaiah 35:7 could, according to Gesenius, the Hebrew lexicographer, be translated by “mirage….a phenomenon frequent in the desert”. Such, often, is life. We vision happiness, it turns out to be an optical (or rather, a pragmatic) disappointment.

Even Solomon, with all his ability and opportunity, found it vanity, a term used by him in Ecclesiastes many times. And he tried hard enough to find happiness. lt was not in wealth, he was rich, but miserable; it was not in women, he had 1,000 in his harem, yet not a real “woman” among them (Eccles 7:28); it defied his work, plans and products gave him no inner content; even his wisdom, let him down, no human philosophy could satisfy his restless spirit. He was a wretched man. Life was a sham, a disappointment,

But he eventually found reality, it was in God’s word – the law, and more so in the great Lawgiver Himself. Worship, the fear of God, was the key to the best life. The remedy for earth’s ailments is in Jehovah, who turns the deceptive mirage of life into a delightful “pool” of satisfaction.


When we think of the atonement we are apt to think only of what man gains. We must remember what it cost God and what it costs him now when men refuse his love. – Fitt

Let us not forget that the crucifixion of Christ was, and was intended to be to all the intelligences of the universe, the most significant exhibition of the love of God. “Herein was love.” -Lawson

The marvel of heaven and earth, of time and eternity, is the atoning death of Jesus Christ. This is the mystery that brings more glory to God than all creation. -Spurgeon

A MINIATURE MESSAGE – Taken from the Psalms

Ernest Anderson


Within this psalm the psalmist asked three relevant and important questions that require an sweres and only the LORD can answer them adequately. He was evidently perturbed in mind and heart and required knowledge and solace to put him in a state of faith and peace.

“Why do you stand afar off, O LORD” – and that is what it appears like when one is in the midst of trouble and going through a dark time. It would seem that things looked terribly evil and wrong and he was knowing a hard time and looking to the LORD He didn’t seem to be around. Was He deaf? Had He deserted him and left him to his own wisdom etc.? It is good to know we can actually talk to the LORD like this and He is not upset or offended. At least we are seeking contact and that is a good thing.

“Why do you hide in times of trouble?” Just when He requires the LORD and His presence and services, He is not around. Above all, He is Jehovah, the Ever-Present One yet there is no sense or realisation of the fact. That is just how Job felt and was in both in quest and request of Him. One has to sense that He cannot be aloof even though it seems so. Illustration: He was with Joseph in prison and he had to believe it.

“Why do the wicked renounce God?” It seems strange that in God’s world he allows men to renounce and denounce Him! That is His amazing grace and tolerance!



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