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TODAY’S THOUGHT

Since the early days of Robert Roberts the Christadelphian community has been following a daily Bible reading programme, ensuring that every day some part of the Bible is read. Over a period of 12 months the entire Bible will have been read all the way through, and the New Testament twice.

These short thoughts, usually based on one section of the Bible readings for the day, are designed to inform, enlighten and provide a spiritual boost. Other recent thoughts can be viewed below.

October 2019

If ye seek him

Seek the Lord, and He will guide your way in the darkness without any apparent interference, and cause all things to work together for your good.

Let not your heart be troubled

In the midst of difficulty, when doubt and despair stalk hand in hand, the man of faith can still hear the words of Jesus, and believing find heart’s ease.

An act of devotion

There are many acts of homage that seem to have little practical value, yet they are fragrant, and Jesus understands the loving devotion from which they spring.

The hope of resurrection

The grave is only Winter, and after Winter comes Spring with its wonderful resurrections, in which everything beautiful that seemed lost, springs forth into life.

The waters of Siloam

Faith and obedience are rewarded. Jesus will seek us out and invite us into a deep and abiding fellowship with him.

The light of the world

“I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life”.

Living with God

Livingwith God has its counterpart: God dwelling with us. “Certainly I will be with thee”, was true for Moses in his special mission. It is true for each of us, if we trust Him, in His purpose with us.

The word of God within us

“It is the Spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profits nothing: the words that I speak unto you are spirit and life”: therefore, if these words dwell in us, “Spirit and life” dwell in us, otherwise not.

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