How do we know the Bible is true? How do we know what truth is? Here is this weeks Premier thought for the Day – Another one based on Magnificent Obsession. The Bible was “put together by crude, uncultured human mammals” (Christopher Hitchens, Jesus’ teaching is not the product of human learning, of whatever kind. It originates from immediate contact with the Father, from ‘face-to-face’ … Continue reading Premier Thought for the Day 4 – The Bible – How do we know the Truth?
Last Sunday morning Sinclair preached an incredible sermon on the teenage and young man Jesus – many tears were shed as the beauty of Christ incarnate was unfolded. I loved the reading of the passage from the first person perspective of Jesus. Songs– Come O Fount; Ps 139 (New Scottish) ; O Praise the Name; Ps 105:34-45; I Stand Amazed Readings: Acts 6:1-7 and Psalm 105:23-35 … Continue reading The Teenage and Young Man Jesus, The Repentant Prophet, Chrysostom on Wealth and Ps 130
1 | The Politics of Fear. 2 | Treating Adults like Children and Children like Adults. 3 | The gender madness continues….. 4 | The Attraction of Something you have no knowledge of. 5 | Angel Feathers. 6 | The Heresy Line – Rob Bell’s Interview on Premier Christianity. LISTEN HERE https://www.podbean.com/media/player/evwrr-9691e0?from=yiiadmin Download this episode (right click and save) The Politics of Fear Spiked – … Continue reading Quantum 03 – The Wee Flea Podcast
Premiers ‘Thought for the Day’ . no. 2 – a 2 minute thought for you to listen to and pass on! This tells of how I got the title Magnificent Obsession and makes the point that religion without Jesus is pointless and indeed harmful. Your own Personal Jesus – Magnificent Obsession on Premier Speaking of Magnificent Obsession it was good to hear the book being … Continue reading Jesus or Religion? What’s your Magnificent Obsession?
It’s illegal to cycle in the UK without a bell on your bike. The reason for this is to warn the ambling pedestrians that you are about to hit. I thought of this when I wasted 47 minutes of my life listening to one of the worst interviews in terms of the responses of the interviewee, I have ever heard – Premiers§ Christianty magazines interview … Continue reading Sound the Alarm – Bell (a review of Rob Bell’s Premier Interview)
Last Sunday we looked at Romans 8:1-4 – Looking at the subject of real freedom. This is the real Gospel. It was wonderful to see and hear people ‘getting’ the Gospel. Also we rejoiced in news of one young man becoming a Christian. To run and work the law commands, Yet gives me neither feet nor hands; But better news the gospel brings: It bids … Continue reading Romans 8 – The Freedom of the Good News; Proverbs 1 – Wisdom for Life (Sinclair Ferguson); Opticians in Burundi and Praise from St Peters
Returning to the Vicky Beeching saga there are a couple of responses that need to be carefully considered…and which raise up much wider issues: Hate/Love Mail I don’t mean either the hate or love mail….As an example of the former this one is a cracker (written in the name of love!). You are doing the work of the devil. You are keeping people from Christ! … Continue reading Keep Silent….or Speak Out?k
Premier Christian Radio is broadcasting a series of ‘Thought for the Day’ each morning this week and next week. They asked me if I would speak about something that made me passionate…so of course I chose Jesus – and Magnificent Obsession. Each of the ten talks is based on one of the chapters in the book. Over the next few weeks I will post up each … Continue reading Your own Personal Jesus – Magnificent Obsession on Premier
Dear Prime Minister, Thank you for your letter. It makes reassuring reading for those of us who voted for Brexit and which you promised (along with the Labour party) to deliver. According to your letter we are leaving the EU, the Single Market, the Customs Union, the CFP, the CAP and the ECJ. We will be free to make our own trade … Continue reading Response to Prime Minister May – A Plea and a Prayer
“Every day therefore he was in anxious thought at one moment for Corinthians, at another for Macedonians; how Philippians, how Cappadocians, how Galatians, how Athenians, how they who inhabited Pontus, how all together were. But all the same having had the whole world put into his hands, he continually cared not for entire nations only, but also for each single man” “For do not tell … Continue reading Romans 7 – Sin and Law; Running with the Horses; Chrysostom, Psalm 62