Category: Posts from Pastor Eddie

Daily message – 06 July 2020

Eddie,

The works of service we do are not a way to impress Christ – they are His present to us.

— John Hindley, “Serving without Sinking”

Daily message – 05 July 2020

Eddie,

By faith we can be confident that we’ll be declared not guilty on the Day of Judgment. Indeed, that future declaration has already taken place in the resurrection of Jesus (Ro 4:25 – 5:2).

— Tim Chester, “Galatians: Rediscovering Joy”

Daily message – 04 July 2020

Eddie,
Crazy busy: A mercifully short book about a really big problem

(Quoting Paul Tripp): “I am more and more convinced that what gives a ministry its motivations, perseverance, humility, joy, tenderness, passion and grace is the devotional life of the one doing ministry. ”

— Kevin DeYoung, “Crazy Busy”

Daily message – 03 July 2020

Eddie,
Profile photo of Sinclair Ferguson

We are always entertaining the delusion that we will go on forever in this world. The result is that the very things which ought to be of assistance to us in our pilgrimage through life, become chains which bind us.

— Sinclair Ferguson, “The Christian Life”

Daily message – 02 Jul 2020

Tim Stephenson,

Sooner or later God meets every trusting child who is following Him up the mountain and says, ‘Now prove that you believe this that you have told Me you believe, and that you have taught others to believe.’

— Amy Carmichael, “Gold by Moonlight”

Daily message – 01 July 2020

Eddie,

The only way to get our service of Jesus right is to remember daily that fundamentally, we don’t serve Him – He serves us (Mk 10:45).

— John Hindley, “Serving without Sinking”

Daily message – 30 June 2020

Eddie,

At stake is our eternal future. Yet, in an act of staggering negligence, most people put it out of their minds.

— Tim Chester, “Galatians: Rediscovering Joy”

Daily message – 2020-06-29

Eddie,
Crazy busy: A mercifully short book about a really big problem

We won’t rearrange our priorities unless we really believe that sitting at the feet of Jesus is the best one.

— Kevin DeYoung, “Crazy Busy”

Daily message – 28 June 2020

Eddie,
Profile photo of Sinclair Ferguson

Growing in faith and love for Christ, revealed as He is in Scripture, will be the greatest of all preservatives against being led astray. The person who is saturated in the teaching and spirit of the Gospels will have his or her senses “trained … to distinguish good from evil” (Heb. 5:14, NIV) and to know what is truly Christ-like and Christ-honouring.

— Sinclair Ferguson, “In Christ Alone”

Daily message – 27 June 2020

Tim Stephenson,

We walk on rock, not quicksand, when we obey.

— Amy Carmichael, “Gold by Moonlight”