Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)

  So I started this well-known devotional about a year ago and honestly, I find it to be the best devotional that I have ever read. Much better than those currently on the market.  Charles Haddon Spurgeon, while he is rendered “The Prince of Preachers”, he is also a fantastic writer. His words are soulContinue reading “Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)”

“Once For All” – A Good Friday Devotional Amid COVID-19

On this Good Friday, April 10, 2020, things are quite different than usual for obvious reasons. This weekend will be different for the church as we are still not able to meet because of COVID-19. I couldn’t help but think about the Easter plays and choir presentations that will not be taking place this year.Continue reading ““Once For All” – A Good Friday Devotional Amid COVID-19″

Martin Luther’s words to us in the COVID-19 pandemic

In the time of the Black Plague, Martin Luther provides sound wisdom as to how he dealt with the pandemic. Rather than make false claims, prudence was practiced such as social distancing. Moreover, he stressed that one remains compassionate and ready to help when needed, even if it almost killed him! Yet he considered othersContinue reading “Martin Luther’s words to us in the COVID-19 pandemic”

Love God. Love people.

“And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind, and with all your strength. The second is this: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these”. Mark 12:30-31 The essence of true Christianity is love.Continue reading “Love God. Love people.”

The Salvation and Intercession of Jesus Christ

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That All May See Your Progress (Devotional)

The Christian life is not a life of perfection but progression. Although there will be challenges, there will be growth from them. Although there will be trials, there will be triumphs. And the evidence is growth. For the true Christian is a growing Christian. You may think that a life of self-denial is suppression butContinue reading “That All May See Your Progress (Devotional)”

Christ is your Life

“Christ, who is your life” -Colossians 3:4 For the believer, we have been passed from death unto life (John 5:4). Moreover, Christ becomes your life. Think about that. It’s not just turning over a new leaf, or new years resolution but that Christ becomes your life. Notice it does not say “Christ, who is aContinue reading “Christ is your Life”

God will Provide

In this life, we will be facing much challenges, going through many seasons, and experiencing much hardships. The statement “the struggle is real” is indeed real. And such moments can be discouraging. In the midst of it, one cannot help but feel downcast about present while fearful of the future. Moreover, not only do youContinue reading “God will Provide”

Feelings or Faith?

Ever notice that so many Christians live by feelings not faith? Where do you stand in the crossroads today? Which path do you often take? Here’s some questions for reflection because oftentimes we don’t do so. And then, we wonder why we’re not growing as we ought! Are you clinging to the promises of GodContinue reading “Feelings or Faith?”

Two things I got from Bible reading

As I study God’s Word (in all must do diligently) , there are two things that I cannot help but reflect on. 1. How little I know of the BibleIn my time of reading the Bible, I can’t help but become a new student of the Word again. You’d think that after years of beingContinue reading “Two things I got from Bible reading”