welcome to this christian website


August 20th – 2015
Rev. E. Anderson

Welcome to this Christian Website which has now been going for a number of years. Over 129,000 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 something to Focus your mind on are included that can be developed more fully by you. I trust you will find such refreshing and helpful.A


Don’t become all dried up and withered like the plants and trees around when there is a tremendous shortage of water and rainfall. Such is not a welcome or inspiring sight! How we like to see nature reflect freshness and beauty that makes such attractive. As soon as flowers in the home begin to wither and fall apart we remove them because they no longer do they look dignified and fresh. The LORD has provided for your constant means of refreshing. It is why He birthed you into His kingdom, gave you His Holy Spirit and the Word of God and through prayer you can maintain a constant and fresh link with Him. These dynamic spiritual factors in place and operative are able not simply to sustain but make you break out until your final home call to heaven. Today is to be a day of divine freshness where you are renewed and ready to break out in a greater manifestation of blessing!


“They are planted in Yahweh’s house. They will flourish in our God’s courts. They will still bring forth fruit in old age” – Psalm 92: 13, 14

I want to finish my life well. In Hebrews 12:1-2, we are called to throw off all the things that hinder us and the sin that so easily entangles us to run our race. I am not sure how many days I have left on this side of heaven, but I want each one of them to mean something from an eternal perspective. If possible, I want to increase in anointing, I want to increase in effectiveness, and I want to increase in fruitfulness as I get older.

Today’s promise says that fruitfulness will abound in old age for those who are sons and daughters to the Father. If you have ever visited a seniors’ home, you know that is not always the case. Unfortunately for some people, as they get older, they experience more disappointment and disillusionment about the very meaning of life. Regret and bitterness can grow into a very bitter root.

But this is not so for those who are called by God to live a fruitful life! Let’s all claim this promise for ourselves and our loved ones today! Father, we thank you that our fruitfulness will bring glory to you, not only today, but for the rest of our lives. In Jesus’ name I pray.

JUST A THOUGHT by Aaron Linford

The Triumphal worship of Revelation 19:1-7 is punctuated with four “ALLELUIAS” (the Greek spelling of the Hebrew Hallelujah). It is a regular “Hallelujah Chorus”.

And yet it is surprising that the Greek New Testament should use a Hebrew praise-word. In fact, this is the only place in the text of Revelation where this word occurs.

What a period of praise this is! First, a great multitude in heaven, rejoicing in the justice of God in destroying Babylon. His righteous work becomes the theme of their rejoicing worship. They say again “Hallelujah!” Their act of worship is bounded by this “Praise ye the Lord.” Then again, stirred by a “Voice…. out of the Throne” they thunder another shout of praise. A fourth “Hallelujah” extols the majesty of God and anticipates the greatest event of this new age, “the marriage of the Lamb”.

But why use a Hebrew term in this setting’? It is like a hand reaching back into ancient times to grasp the hand of expectation implicit in the Old Covenant. All that when the promises, the hopes, the anticipations encouraged by the Holy Spirit’s nature.

What is implicit in “Hallelujah” is that JAH, the Etemal, will always be with us, and for us. His grace and mercy will always merit our “hallelu”.


“A gentleman is one who puts more into the world than he takes out” – Shaw

“Make all, within your society, members of the crew and permit no passengers” – Trueblood

“The people with whom we travel are much more important than the place to which we travel” – Wright



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