welcome to this christian website

Sep 15th – 2016

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Rev. E. Anderson

WELCOME TO THIS CHRISTIAN WEBSITE

A GOLDEN PROMISE from the Bible

A Daily Promise

 

FULFILLED DESIRE AND PRAYER

This is but a simple and sure proclamation and promise: “He will fulfil the desire of them that fear Him: He also will hear their cry, and will save them” – Psalm 145;19. Nothing could but clearer and easy to understand. It is important for you to cultivate a true respect for the Lord and His Word and ways at all times. You do not simply believe in them with your mind and heart, you carry such out in your will thus proving wholeheartedly your love of Him. Reverence is not simply a religious act when you to worship with the saints in a service. It is a constant recognition of the role the Godhead must play constantly in your affairs, in all your thoughts and desires. No good thing will He withhold from you as you make sure that He above all others ins the One you honour at all times in everything. He is pleased to do exceptional things for you.

Thought for the Day

THE VALUE OF THE INSIGNIFICANT

Live and be aware of the truth that your Lord loves to take hold of the insignificant people and bring about extraordinary and remarkable things. Through his loving interest, call and investment He is able to embrace the seeming nobodies and achieve some choice work in each generation. He who summoned people to take on noteworthy situations in the past still does the same today. You have been called that you might be equipped and possessed with divine potential and used in a humble fashion to manifest Him and draw people all around you to a knowledge of and a faith in Him. Through His workings in you, He can work through you to impact countless blessings to others so that they become significant for Him. Do not miss out on His grace and favour in this respect.

QUOTES TO NOTE – Alfred Lord Tennyson

‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

DAILY MEDITATIONS

GETTING ALL IN PLACE – 1 Kings 4

On ascending the throne, one of the primary tasks would be to set everything in order for the perfect running of the kingdom. This section in particular reveals the appointment of people into positions of administration to make things run effectively and smoothly. He would need a great deal of good discernment and sense to see who to appoint and where to position them so that they would render a profitable service to his kingdom. It would seem that he had the wisdom to achieve this and as a result the kingdom prospered and he became renowned.

It is noteworthy to read that during his reign “Judah and Israel dwelt safely, every man under his fig tree” – v25. The land had rest and so the people enjoyed peace and blessings.  Instead of the conflict and strife the great feature of his rule was that everyone was able to experience a state of tranquillity and contentment. Up to that time, the nation had known war and unrest on so many occasions. This was a period when they could enlarge and see great progress. It was opportune to release the divine potential that had been favourably given them.

Solomon, in some respects, is a type of Christ, the wisest of all. In His Kingdom it is possible to experience a state of genuine, spiritual peace. He places all His people and servants in their proper positions and enables them to succeed in their work, and ensures their blessedness. Through His wise government and arrangements, all are advantaged and enter into the fruits of His rule. Make sure that you are hearing from the King and live under His providence at all times.

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