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19 September 2020

An Answer

by Dotty Cockcroft

How many times have you been asked by unbelievers, “How can there be a good God when bad things happen?” It is not all that easy to explain that bad things are usually caused by man’s sin. In my reading through the bible I have just started on Proverbs. Actually, I skipped it on the way through,...

17 September 2020


by Dean Gardner

I recently watched a TV movie attempting to portray the period in King David’s life from his anointing by the prophet Samuel, as the Lord’s chosen successor to King Saul, to his victory over the Philistine champion, the giant Goliath. I wouldn’t recommend the film. The filmmakers obviously decided...

16 September 2020

Stand Firm!

by Peter Horrobin

We are living in a very uncertain age. Coronavirus has swept the world and everything that was foundational, even to life itself, is being shaken. Children are back at school, but for how long? Jobs are being lost and unemployment is rising. People are no longer going to church services. No-one can go...

18 September 2020

Catch the Foxes!

by Julie Smith

The grass in our garden had been deteriorating over a long time until we finally ended up with more weeds and bare patches than grass. So, last year we had it all scraped up and a new lawn laid. A big job, a lot of mess, but worth it when we saw the vibrant green, healthy turf. My husband, especially,...

15 September 2020

It is time to Dig deep

by Ruth Hawkey

I was passing an estate agent’s window the other day and I was surprised to read a notice which said: “You don’t need to dig deep”. I have to admit that I didn’t understand what the notice meant, but it really struck me very forcibly as not being a true statement! That could have been because...

14 September 2020


by Ron Scurfield

The Bible tells us to ‘make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord’ (Hebrews 12:14). This is a daunting thought. Perhaps we should make a special effort and try really hard to be holy. But where would we start? We would fall before we...

13 September 2020

Waiting Expectantly

by Jilly Lyon Taylor

I wonder what the word ‘wait’ conjures up for you? Is it waiting for a bus that never seems to come; filling in time at an airport waiting for the flight to be called; or memories of childhood with the seemingly interminable wait for our birthday or Christmas to come? All these situations can be...

12 September 2020

Masks – a Cover Up

by Margaret Silvester

In England, as in many other countries, wearing a face mask is compulsory in a variety of situations. There is a wide variety of designs but the same purpose is behind every mask – to cover up, hide and protect. The specific word ‘mask’ is rarely used in the Bible, but the concepts behind the word...

11 September 2020

Lost in the Dirt

by Lindsey Hanekom

Once, when I was cleaning my kitchen floor I moved a piece of furniture that, I must admit, I normally cleaned around. As I moved the furniture and the light poured into the darkness, I was amazed at the amount of dust and dirt that had collected under there, as well as an inordinate amount of small...

10 September 2020

Unfathomable Mercy

by Sue Cronk

Manasseh was the son of righteous King Hezekiah but, unlike his father, he did not live a life which honoured God. In fact, he is reported as doing ‘evil in the eyes of the Lord’ (2 Chronicles 33:2). He rebuilt the pagan shrines which his father had broken down. He built new ones and was involved...

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