The infection transmission model for COVID19 is daunting. For every one case of coronavirus, three people are infected on average. How can we use this exponential model and apply it to say, evangelization? A powerful look at how #faith can learn a thing or two about community spread. #catholic #coronaCORONAVIRUS: The Power of One — BeautyBeyondBones
Lydia asked for this one–When I Cry, sung by students at Fountainview Academy. It reminds me of the shortest verse in the Bible: “Jesus wept” (John 11:35). It’s amazing, how much can be said in just two words.By Request, ‘When I Cry’ — Lee Duigon
Today let us realize that we were made to pray. Jesus assumes that we would be praying to our father and be heard. We do not deserve to have a voice before a holy God. Our sin should keep us far. However, because of the love of Christ this is only possible. Jesus died and gave us right standing with God. Now we are given the right to seek God and ask in the name of Jesus for that which our heart desires. Let us not neglect that calling!I am…a Prayer — Who I am in Jesus
Psalm 28 Crisis brings out the best and worst in us! Have you seen the news lately (silly question)? What about the reports of people who purposely contaminate food and supplies? Then there are the hoarders and price gougers. Behaviors are surfacing that are destructive and deviant. While many people are working diligently to solve […]Five Truths King David Knew — GraceSpeak
VOTD March 30 – “I have set the LORD continually before me; Because He is at my right hand, I will not be shaken.” Psalms 16:8 NASBVOTD March 30 — Courageous Christian Father
Mark 11:1-11 More than a journey into Jerusalem – a journey to suffering, crucifixion and death. No shortcut to resurrection – Jesus must go by way of the Cross. At the Cross, we see Jesus, the King of love. Why did He not defend Himself? – Because He loves us. He shows His love by […]The Saviour Takes The Sinner’s Place. — Learning From God’s Word
It’s been about ten days since we in the UK went into lockdown.
By Monday I was getting pretty bored and found myself playing candy crush on Facebook.
On the plus side I have been able to do some video calls on Facebook, so much so I was on video chat for two and a half hours
You may or may not believe it but it also gave me the chance to file and tidy up my paper work.
I have to say I was still able to get my daily blogs out and go about my usual duties during the week.
I live in a street in a housing scheme where there is usually children running around, it seems strange not seeing them around, hardly anyone in the street,
It feels really weird! One good thing is that it Covid-19 has got people talking to people they wouldn’t normally talk to.
There is no vaccine against this virus, but there is an antidote to fear and despair – READ.GOD’S.WORD! Psalm 27 is a good place to begin. Psalm 27:13 I would have despaired unless I had believed that I would see the goodness of the Lord In the land of the living. 14 Wait for the Lord; Be strong and let your heart […]Antidote — GraceSpeak
VOTD March 28 – “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.”” Joshua 1:9 NASBVOTD March 28 — Courageous Christian Father
Revelation 13:18 tells us that “the number of the beast is 666.” The Word of God contains another – very different and very much better! – 666. It’s Psalm 66:6 – “God turned the sea into dry land, they passed through the waters on foot – come, let us rejoice in him.” How good it is to […]Another – very different and very much better! – 666 — Learning From God’s Word