Difficult Verses 3: Revelation 2.4-5 (part I)

Yet I hold this against you: You have forsaken your first love.Remember the height from which you have fallen! Repent and do the things you did at first. If you do not repent, I will come to you and remove your lampstand from its place   Revelations 2.4-5 has been used to condemn and beatContinue reading “Difficult Verses 3: Revelation 2.4-5 (part I)”


God is Your FATHER! http://treeoflifelondon.weebly.com/the-father-and-his-family.html God loves you. It doesn’t matter what you have done, it doesn’t matter what you do, God loves you. It is a lie that God’s love for you depends on your performance. In this bold, uncompromising sermon Benjamin preaches the truth about a God who is not a harsh GodContinue reading “God is YOUR FATHER!”

Romans 2.13

(For not the hearers of the law [are] just before God, but the doers of the law shall be justified. This is a verse that without paying careful attention to context and to systematic theology is one that you could easily take to mean the exact opposite of what Paul actually means. Paul is talkingContinue reading “Romans 2.13”

Romans 2.4

Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and forbearance and longsuffering; not knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentance? Paul is talking still about religious people: about people who come to God on the basis of what they have done, not on the basis of what He has done. Religion ruinsContinue reading “Romans 2.4”

The Death of Conscience

The Death of Conscience By Rebecca Hagelin (from: http://www.worldviewtimes.com/article.php/articleid-5224/Brannon-Howse/Rebecca-Hagelin) Our teenagers are more sexually active than any generation of youth before them. They also are consuming more pornography and compromising basic moral standards more often. It seems that many of them have lost not only their innocence, but their conscience, too. The plethora of negativeContinue reading “The Death of Conscience”

March for Repentance

Yesterday I had the privilege of taking part in the UK March for Repentance.  The march ran from Hyde Park past Westminter Abbey and the Houses of Parliament down to Trafalgar Square where there were a number of speakers and prayers for the nation.  I phoned up the organisers of the event a week orContinue reading “March for Repentance”

Church in the 21st Century… (William Booth)

William Booth (Founder of The Salvation Army) when asked to comment about the issues confronting Britain at the turn of the century said:- * There will be religion without the Holy Spirit * There will be Christianity without Christ * There will be Forgiveness without Repentance * There will be Salvation without Regeneration * ThereContinue reading “Church in the 21st Century… (William Booth)”