welcome to this christian website

ernest kitchen

Nov 10th – 2015
Rev. E. Anderson

Welcome to this Christian Website which has now been going for a number of years. Over 130,000 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 Golden Promise from the Scriptures, Wisdom that Works by Bob Stevenson, Choice Quotations and daily Meditations, working through the whole Bible. 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.


“Yahweh is my light and my salvation. Whom shall I fear? Yahweh is the strength of my life. Of whom shall I be afraid?” – Psalm 27:1

There is a confidence that the Lord wants us to walk in that will cause fear to flee from our lives. It is the confidence that the shepherd boy David walked in when he defeated the lion and the bear while tending the sheep. It is that same confidence that David had when he ran towards a huge giant named Goliath armed with just a sling shot and a few stones.

David knew that the Lord was his light and his salvation and the strength of his life. As a result of this revelation, David could walk in a holy boldness without being afraid. God wants us to have this same revelation too! Jesus Christ is our light and our salvation and the very strength of our lives! We have nothing to fear because if God is for us, who can possibly stand against us?

Rev. Bob Stevenson

”Evil words destroy, godly skill rebuilds. The whole city celebrates a good man’s success — and also the godless man’s death. The good influence of godly citizens causes a city to prosper, but the moral decay of the wicked drives it down hill”.
Read Proverbs 9: 9-11

Godliness is profitable, so says 1 Tim 4:8. Godliness is contagious like a virus. Godliness has an influence all of itself. You .don’t have to force it on someone for it to be effective. ln fact you don‘t need any effort whatsoever to be contagious, it just happens.

Yes! Godliness has its own inherent power to influence and infect whatever environment you put it in. Here are some of the infectious repercussions brought about by Godliness: Godliness has inbuilt skills to rebuild what has been broken down, be it social decay or individual moral tardiness.

Godliness gets celebrated by any community because of the successes it inevitably brings. Godliness in the citizenry of any city or nation will prosper that city to proportions beyond all expectations.
Now one word of caution here! In the same way that godliness is contagious so it is with evil and wickedness. It will only drive downhill and as the old adage declares, ”Evil prospers when good man do nothing , therefore be as contagious as you can be. Amen!


One of my key realizations about happiness, and a point oddly under-emphasized by positive psychologists, given its emphasis in popular culture, is that outer order contributes to inner calm. More than it should – Gretchen Rubin

Skilful conversationalists can explore disagreements and make points in ways that feel constructive and positive rather than combative or corrective – Gretchen Rubin

At the end of the day the question comes, what are you doing for the world? You have to try to do something that’s going to add something positive – Paul Feig

People say you make your best work when you’re in despair and all that, and at your lowest – but for me, I think happiness makes you positive, and I think that’s a good creative place to write from – Paul Weller

A LONG WAIT – Genesis 17; 1 Samuel 1 .

God turns up after thirteen years to repeat His word of promise thus showing He is not in a hurry to achieve His purpose. He does not suffer from impatience but knows precisely when to act. There is never a time when He is in a desperate state and finds Himself cornered. Here he tells Abram “I am the Almighty God”, and he needs to reckon on that fact. If God can afford to wait, so can he and he must learn to believe. And the same applies to us. Our position is to hear what He has to say and trust and look to Him to act in His time schedule.

All that was expected of them was to keep up contact and company with Him and mature in their fellowship. It was important to develop a quiet, undisturbed rest and confidence in the waiting. They could be calmly excited in the knowledge that He could and would do the wonder that would bring immense pleasure. Remember her exceeding delight! So can you. today in your circumstances, DELAY IS NOT DENIAL. Even Hannah found this to be so.



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