We are told to walk in the light (Eph5:8). The closer we are to the light, the more we will reflect it and the brighter our walk will be. But if we start to move away from the light, the laws of physics dictate that our reflection of the light fades quicker than we may expect. Our lives will be darker, too, if we put barriers between ourselves and God. Also, a small amount of light can overcome a great deal of darkness. So, let’s stay close to God and remove the barriers between us and him so that our lives will shine the gospel to everybody we come into contact with!Read More
Q: Who is the worst sinner you know?
How different life would be if we all believed this! Recognising our sin-prone-ness – and our inability to ‘cure’ ourselves from this condition – is perhaps the fundamental Christian virtue. God offers us as many second chances as we need, provided we are trying to serve him.Read More
Jesus’ message to the Laodicean church in Revelation is stark: ‘So, because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of my mouth.’ (Rev3:16). But how do we judge whether we are lukewarm Christians? This post presents a caricature of a lukewarm Christian, with the idea that you judge yourselves against this standard as a bit of a Christian health check. I hope you find it challenging and useful.Read More