Reflections Perhaps the transformation of the disciples of Jesus is the greatest evidence of all for the resurrection. ―John R. W. Stott  We have lived for too long in a world, and tragically in a Church, where the wills and  affections of human beings are regarded as sacrosanct as they stand, where God is required to

Reflections The reality of the ordinary progress of Christian understanding should not escape our notice: early believers “know no answers;” immature believers “know all the answers;” and mature believers “know the limits of our answers.”― Bryan Chapell, Ephesians The church is constituted as a new people who have been gathered from the nations to remind the world

Reflections   As long as you are proud you cannot know God. A proud man is always looking down on thing and people: and, of course, as long as you are looking down you cannot see something that is above you.    ― C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity   If zeal had been appropriate for putting humanity right, why

Reflections for June 28th — ONE Home

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Reflections  Colossians 1:27-29—The Living Bible (TLB)      Christ in Your Hearts, the Hope of Glory 27 Christ in your hearts is your only hope of glory.  28 So everywhere we go we talk about Christ to all who will listen, warning them and teaching them as well as we know how.  We want to

Reflections   Excerpted from The Only Test God Gives By Hannah Whitall Smith God’s goal for every believer is oneness with Him.  To reach it, we must take on the character of Christ. All the dealings God has with the soul of the believer are to bring it into oneness with Himself, that the final prayer Jesus prayed