No Need to Pay Twice

Following on from Easter and the death and resurrection of Jesus this old hymn comes to mind, and what a hymn - I've lightly modernised it - it contains a powerful declaration of the glorious liberating truth of the cross. If you are doubting, lacking assurance, wondering whether you've done enough, or whether Jesus has … Continue reading No Need to Pay Twice

The Scarlet Beast and the Harlot

This chapter like much of Revelation has intrigued many - what is it about, who is the Beast? who is the harlot? Is it past or future? Having been taught and myself taught a dispensational, pretribulation, premillenial rature (wow that's a mouthful!) this was all about to come, or already taking place before our very … Continue reading The Scarlet Beast and the Harlot

The Wrath of God & Rebellion of Humanity

Revelation is a gripping book. There are heights and there are depths. It shows you the glory of God and the the depths of human sin. It's a book of blessing and of judgment, and a word that frequently occurs is 'wrath' or more specifically the wrath of God, unveiled in the seven seals, seven … Continue reading The Wrath of God & Rebellion of Humanity

The Wrath of the Lamb

Some will remember when children were taught to pray, “Gentle Jesus meek and mild....” and many have sung, “no crying he makes...” But, what kind of image does this conjure up of Jesus - a very nice, ‘docile’ Jesus - compliant, non-offensive, someone who just gets on with everybody, and is everyone’s friend? My ‘personal’ … Continue reading The Wrath of the Lamb

Easter Truth

As Easter approaches Augustus Toplady's hymn brings out it's glorious truth. I've taken the liberty of modernising it so that everyone may easily understand and appreciate the truth of it. From where this fear and unbelief? Did You, O Father, put to grief Your spotless Son for me? And will the righteous Judge of men … Continue reading Easter Truth