By George Adley
I am coming up to 92 years of age now. I may be getting old, but I know that God always stays the same; and his mercies are new every morning. The Lord Jesus Christ has done a lot for me in my life. This is my testimony of how the Lord has been watching over me.
Pastor Peter Linnecar continues his series of short devotionals from the Lord’s Prayer, with “forgive us our trespasses.”
In this sixth of a short series of devotionals from the Lord’s Prayer, Pastor Peter Linnecar, gives thoughts on the phrase, “Give us this day our daily bread.”
... As It Is In Heaven
Continuing his series of short devotionals on the Lord’s Prayer, Pastor Peter Linnecar, shares what “Thy will be done” means in our lives.
In this fourth in a series of short devotionals on the Lord’s Prayer, by Pastor Peter Linnecar, he shares how the words “Thy kingdom come” are relevant for us today.
Pastor Peter Linnecar continues his series of short devotionals on the Lord’s Prayer, with how we need to respect and revere the name of God.
In the second of a series of short devotionals on the Lord’s Prayer, By Pastor Peter Linnecar, we see that because Jesus is in heaven, the source of our lives is not in this world.
This is the first in a series of short devotionals on the Lord’s Prayer, by Pastor Peter Linnecar. Here, he shares what the words “Our Father” mean to us today.
By Mark Whitcombe and Martin McGahon
The debate on whether you can mix religion and politics has raged for centuries. When they do come together there is no question that the union can be a powerful force for good and for change. Back in the 18th century William Wilberforce demonstrated how effectively the two can work side by side.
By Rob Medland and Martin McGahon
“Doctor Livingstone, I presume?” was Henry Stanley’s famous greeting, which now has its place firmly in British history. But more important are the exploits of David Livingstone and the work he did in spreading the Gospel, and studying nature. His exploration and discoveries of 30 years in Central and Southern Africa made him one of the great pioneers of the 19th century. He was a living hero during his own age, and he was a vitally important trailblazer for the Gospel.
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