Posts from December 2014

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“Holly and Poinsettia” by Linda

by Rev. Tom Shelton

In the language of flowers, holly indicates domestic happiness; poinsettia – good cheer and success. In the language of Love, Jesus indicates His saving grace, care and compassion. My Christmas wish for you is that you see Him at His virgin birth, as a baby cradled in His mother’s arms; that you see Him as […]

“Reflections” by Linda

by Rev. Tom Shelton

MORNING & EVENING by Charles Spurgeon December 21, 2014 Morning:  “Yet He hath made with me an everlasting covenant.”  (2 Samuel 23:5) This covenant is divine in its origin, particular in its application, everlasting in its duration – He is God.  This everlasting covenant had no beginning and shall never, never end.  God’s promise stands […]

“Reflections” by Linda

by Rev. Tom Shelton

MORNING & EVENING devotional by Charles Spurgeon December 19,2014 Morning:  “The lot is cast into the lap, but the whole disposing thereof is of the Lord.”  (Proverbs 16:33) If the disposal of the lot is the Lord’s, the simple casting of a lot is guided by Him, how much more the arrangement and events of […]

“An Eye Opener”

by Linda Woodbeck

Here’s an eye-opener.    How do you measure success?  It could be the way your child describes you when talking to a friend.  Ooops!  It’s  always good to stop and take a really hard look at yourself in the mirror each day and see what others see.  Talk to yourself and listen to your words and […]

Reflections

by Linda Woodbeck

MORNING & EVENING devotional by Charles Spurgeon December 10, 2014 Evening:  “Whose heart the Lord opened.”  (Acts 16: 14) Lydia’s conversion was brought about by providential circumstances and grace was preparing her soul for the blessing.  She did not open her own heart, but it was the Lord Himself. He alone can bring us peace, […]

Reflections

by Linda Woodbeck

MORNING & EVENING devotional by Charles Spurgeon December 6, 2014 Morning:  “As is the heavenly, such are they that are heavenly.”  (I Corinthians 15:48) In Christ thou art so honored; lay hold upon this privilege, let not a senseless indolence make him (believer) negligent to trace his pedigree, and let him suffer no foolish attachment […]