welcome to this christian website


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. Choice Quotations and a miniature message from the Psalms that can be developed more fully by you. I trust you will find such refreshing and helpful


Your dealings in life are with a living, dynamic Christ who seeks to be actively and constantly engaged in the outworking of who you are and what you have for your good and enlargement. He has not only forgiven and freed your from your sins of the past, He is now with you in the present to favour you in every way, everyday. He is in business with you to make something of you and then to do something of worth through you so that you are an asset in His kingdom. Having been translated out of the kingdom of darkness and bondage you are now in a situation to live, move in grace and gift in what He is bestowing. He is your source of life and supply and today will afford all you require to bud, break out and blossom forth into a meaningful and masterful life and existence. So go for it now in, with and through Him!


”Because your loving kindness is better than life, my lips shall praise you” Psalm 63: 3

In this promise, the psalmist is making a declaration of God’s amazing loving-kindness and how His love is better than life itself. The writer goes on to say that the only appropriate response to such a wonderful love is to live a life of loving God back in the form of presenting our bodies as living sacrifices.

I really believe that every person on the planet was created to respond to love. In 1 John 4:19, it says that we love because He first loved us. God is the ultimate initiator and we are His ultimate responders. When we truly begin to receive His loving-kindness in every area of our lives, the only appropriate response is to love Him back with every fiber of our being and praise His wonderful Name!

Our God and Father’s desire is that we live in His love all the days of our lives, and be a vessel in which His love can flow to us and then through us. The more that I experience Papa’s amazing, unconditional love for me, the more that I join with this verse and declare that God’s loving-kindness is better than life!

JUST A THOUGHT by Aaron Linford

An old friend of mine, in punning mood of the Sadducees, who say “that there is no resurrection, neither angel nor spirit” (Acts 23:8), remarked “That is why they are sad-you-see.” And he was right, for to cut out the possibility of a future life of joy and peace is to make this dark world darker still.

“Neither angel nor spirit” robs our lives of the fact of a spiritual world, a host of helpful agencies that “minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation”. (Heb 1:14).

The unseen -world is as real and as relevant as the world we see. But it requires the eye of faith to behold this realm of bright spirits. To take into consideration this invisible creation (Col 1:16) does much for us.

First, it delivers us from MATERIALISM. There is more to existence than things within the scope of sense. Secondly, it helps us to realise that our great Creator has more than one mode of activity. He is boundless in His creative force. Thirdly, it adds to the life of believers a heavenly outlook. The “invisible” makes the “visible” meaningful and relative. Life is more than we can see. (2 Cor 4: 17,18).


“A Christian is the keyhole through which other folk see God” – Gibson

“The Christianity that is shared is the Christianity that is convincing” -Hough

“The measure of a Christian is not in the height of his grasp but in the depth of his love” – Jordan

“Many of us who profess to be Christians are so busy with the mechanics of our religion that we have no time left for the spiritual part of it” – Martin



”Extortion turns a wise man into a fool, and a bribe corrupts the heart”
Ecclesiastes 7:7
e would like to believe that who we are is separate from actions that we undertake, that our inner being is protected even when our actions are less than perfect. But Solomon contends that what we do today will have a profound effect on the state of our hearts: “Extortion,” he says, “turns a wise man into a fool, and a bribe corrupts the heart” (Ecclesiastes 7:7).
Every day, we make decisions. We decide to forgive, to cheat, to show grace, to get even, to play fair, to push our positions of power, to do things legally, or to do things unethically.

When we play in the mud, we get our clothes dirty. When we engage in wrong behaviour, compromising ethics, or skewed thinking, we get our hearts dirty.

How that transformation happens is a mystery. It isn’t necessarily something that we can explain. The process may happen over time. But it does happen. When We engage in bad action, the result is bad hearts.
Knowing that ahead of time allows us to avoid the trap. It also gives us a greater sense of accountability for our actions. Nobody wakes up in the morning and wants a bad heart. But one of the ways a bad heart develops is by actions that are inappropriate.

What does your heart look like? If it has become dirty through unethical practices, then confess your sin to God and let Him cleanse you from your unrighteousness (1 John 1:9).

love bleeding


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