Archive for September, 2006

Lessons in evangelism

September 29th, 2006

Since I became a Christian back in 1989 I have learnt a few things about sharing my faith. Some of them the easy way, some of them the hard way! Here is a few of them… Prayer is Vital I believe prayer is the key that unlocks the hearts of those around us and opens […]

The benefits of knowing Jesus

September 28th, 2006

I was sitting down and reflecting this morning about how my life has changed since I have come to know Jesus. I got a pen and a piece of paper and wrote down a few things I came up with in a couple of minutes. They are in no particular order, this is just how […]

Only see Jesus

September 18th, 2006

Last night at our prayer meeting at church one of the guys mentioned that he had been reading about the old time preachers. He talked about Wigglesworth, Wesley, Finney and Spurgeon and spoke about how bold they were in reaching people for Christ. This prompted me to dig out one of my old books I […]

Sleepless in Perth

September 16th, 2006

  It’s 3.37am and I am awake! That is not uncommon for me as I am one of those strange people that only needs about five or so hours of sleep per night. When I tell people that they are usually horrified and they tell me that unless they get their eight hours every night […]

The more I know

September 14th, 2006

My wife just read from Proverbs chapter 30 out loud to us. It talked about a man named Agur. The Bible doesn’t mention much about him, but it seems he was an elderly man and an oracle to some of the people. In the early parts of the passage he expresses his complete lack of […]