Act 17v30-31 – To the very day

How good are you at arriving on time? Or completing a job on time? Some people are better than others. But what about God? Is he precise in his timing? “In the past God overlooked such ignorance, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent. For he has set a day when he will… Continue reading Act 17v30-31 – To the very day

Heb 10v24-25 – The budget

Have you ever drawn up a personal budget? While it is a basic concept of income less expenses, expenses must also be divided into discretionary (optional) vs non-discretionary (necessary) spending. Identifying which costs fall into each category is interesting as it makes you consider what is essential. Are donations discretionary or non-discretionary? What about your… Continue reading Heb 10v24-25 – The budget

Psa 90v4 – A thousand years ago

A thousand years ago, the only means of transportation was a horse or donkey, and most people lived difficult lives totally reliant on their land. There were no modern conveniences or health care, and the average life expectancy was only 35 years! Today’s average life expectancy, thanks to good hygiene and modern healthcare, is 73… Continue reading Psa 90v4 – A thousand years ago

Eph 5v15-16 – Sacred time

What is the most precious thing you have? There could be a variety of answers – my gran’s diamond ring, my family, my dog. But there is one other thing more precious that every person has – and that is time. Without time the things we consider precious have no meaning because we can’t be… Continue reading Eph 5v15-16 – Sacred time

Psa 139:4 – God ahead

David says something mind-blowing in Psalm 139:1-4, “O LORD, you have examined my heart and know everything about me. You know when I sit down or stand up. You know my thoughts even when I’m far away. You see me when I travel and when I rest at home. You know everything I do. You… Continue reading Psa 139:4 – God ahead