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Mutual Satisfaction

'As for me, I shall behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness' (Ps. 17:15). So wrote King David as he contrasted his satisfaction with that of men of the world, whose ...


Apr 1999 - Editorial

Why do we discourage the use of pictures and artists' impressions of the Lord Jesus? That was a question recently posed to me and one answer surely lies in the words of 2 Corinthians 5:16 '...even though we have ...


'Rising Up Early'

Eleven times God uses this expression about Himself in the writings of Jeremiah: '...rising up early and speaking' (7:13); '...my servants the prophets, daily rising up early and sending them' (7:25); '...rising up early and teaching them' (32:33). It ...


'Ye Shall Be My Witnesses'

These were the very last words of the Lord Jesus to His disciples. Scripture records that 'when he had said these things, as they were looking, he was taken up; and a cloud received him out of their sight' ...


Nov 1999 - Editorial

'It is the Lord', John exclaimed joyfully as he grappled with the multitude of fishes swarming into the net. It dawned on him like a flash. The Stranger on the beach was their Lord and Master. Who ...


Faithful Amidst Unfaithfulness

It must have been a bewildering time for the godly Israelite when the kingdom was divided, with ten tribes following Jeroboam, while Judah and Benjamin maintained their allegiance to David's grandson, Rehoboam. From the outset it was evident that king ...


Sin, Its Origin And Outworking

Regarding the origin and outworking of sin, the Scriptures are chiefly concerned with this subject as it affects the human race from the fall of Adam onwards, but glimpses are given of an even earlier expression of sin in the ...


Sep 1996 - Editorial

'FOCUS' this month will surely provoke two responses in our hearts; thankfulness for liberty of worship which so many of us enjoy (and so often take for granted) and resolve to remember more prayerfully fellow-Christians living under oppressive regimes. Most ...


His Workmanship

Have you ever watched a potter at his work? It is fascinating to see him throw his lump of clay on the wheel, and as it swirls around, to watch the vessel rising beneath his hands. The potter's face is ...


Mar 1995 - Editorial

Subjection is helpfully highlighted this month, a subject which, we suggest, is often misunderstood and misrepresented. Joseph's subjection to the will of his father Jacob, the theme of our main serial article, beautifully typifies the subjection of the eternal Son ...


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