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Aug 24th – 2016

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Rev. E. Anderson


A GOLDEN PROMISE from the Bible

A Daily Promise


There is never any break-down or failure on God’s part in terms of provision for every one of His children. The promise is sure as declared by Paul: “My God shall supply all your need . . .” – Philippians 4:19. He is never reduced to a situation where He is impoverished and cannot meet the current and outstanding demand of any one of His offspring. The revelation of the Bible is of one whose name is – ‘Jehovah-Jireh’, the infinite provider and has at His disposal all resources to supply the situation of all who trust Him. He laid a miraculous feast on for His people in the wilderness on a daily basis and shall He not also work on your behalf to minister to every situation that arises in your life, even when things get desperate. You will never be able to embarrass God at any time with any kind of inability. So trust Him for today and everyday because He will not disappoint you because He is not a disappointment.

Thought for the Day


This is a possessing a balanced mind and spirit that enables you to more than cope with sudden difficult things that occur to throw you off your stability and equilibrium. In a moment, things can erupt into turmoil and it is needful that you do not lose your calm and control. The Lord is able to establish this quality of being because He possessed it in the most trying circumstances. Having to face the Cross with all of its injustice, pain and suffering, He was the One who never lost it but kept a watchful state of spirit and direction. Instead of being mastered and in pieces you will be master and have complete management and see some glorious consequences. So ‘let the peace of God rule your mind and heart, today’ and you will have true, divine poise., 

QUOTES TO NOTE – Charles Hadden Spurgeon

True prayer is neither a mere mental exercise nor a vocal performance. It is far deeper than that – it is spiritual transaction with the Creator of Heaven and Earth.



Great victories and expansion took place at this period in his reign. It would have been easy for him to be proud after all the successes and the fact that the Lord had spoken to him through the respected prophet in such a way. Everything had gone right; all was being subdued and the people honoured him to a very large degree. But there was something of major note that governed his life and work that was a real safeguard.

It states in v15, “and David executed judgment and justice unto all his people.” He had tasted so much of the kindness, goodness and righteousness of the Lord in his life that it had an outstanding impact upon his own being and conduct. He knew that in the position he had been placed he must exercise true fairness; and justice in all to all. He and his kingdom would only be secure inasmuch as he did that which was always right. It was what the Lord expected of him and the people trusted him.

In all of our dealings with others we should practice no less. God’s Kingdom is based and built on righteousness and fairness. Therefore everyone within it should make certain that all is done in truth, honesty and in a honourable manner. Nothing should be permitted that is of an evil or questionable character. In a world that lacks in divine ethics and moral integrity, we should make doubly certain that we are not in any way influenced or governed by its spirit or standards. By such conduct the world is convicted and impressed by God.




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