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Don’s Daily Devotions

Join us as we read the scriptures and a daily devotion written by Don Crisp. We pray these messages will bless us all at this time.

Starting on Monday 6th April, we will be sharing daily devotional readings, prepared for us by Don Crisp. Don will be leading us through the Gospel of John, starting this Easter time with John 13. He then moves into Paul’s Letter to the Philippians.


Tuesday 15 September: Acts chapter 4: 5-12.

Tuesday 15 September:  Acts chapter 4: 5-12. V5-6:  The next day the Jewish council gathered, the high priest and his family among them. These are the very ones who have so recently condemned Jesus to death, and pressurised Pilate into crucifying Him, remember, and the Sadducees, so bitterly opposed to all Jesus and now His apostles…


Monday 14 September: Acts chapter 4:1-4:

Monday 14 September:  Read Acts chapter 4:1-4: V1:  While Peter and John are still speaking to the crowd after the healing of the lame beggar, the Jewish authorities come to the scene, the priests with the captain of the temple guard ( so, potentially prepared to take action ) and others of the Sadducee party….


Sat 12th September – Acts chapter 3:24-26

Sat 12th September              Read Acts chapter 3:24-26 V24:  So Peter again declares how all OT prophecy spoke of Jesus, and of the days that have now come – the days of salvation, but also of judgement. ( Luke 24:27; John 8 :56-58.) V25:  The Jews to whom he speaks are the descendants of the prophets,…


Fri 11th September – Acts chapter 3:19-23:

Fri 11th September               Read Acts chapter 3:19-23:   V19-20:  Peter now calls on them to repent of their sin – to “turn back” -the literal meaning of ” to be converted”, to change direction, to turn your life around, only possible by the grace of God, of course. Then their sins will be blotted out (…


Thurs 10th September – Acts chapter 3:14-18:

Thurs 10th September                      Read Acts chapter 3:14-18:   V14:  So, Peter  declares how Israel rejected ” the Holy and Righteous One” – words that could only be applied to Jesus in His own right – asking instead for the release of the robber and murderer Barabbas ( Mark 25:6-11,) V15:  Thus, they were instrumental in…


Wed 9th September – Acts chapter 3:11-13:

Wed 9th September              Read Acts chapter 3:11-13:   V11:  The healed man clings – perhaps literally – to Peter and John, as a growing crowd gathers around them. The specific details, such as ” Solomon’s porch”, remind us that this is first an eyewitness account, its source must be the apostle’s own testimony. What Peter…


Tues 8th September – Acts chapter 3:6-10.

Tues 8th September              Read Acts chapter 3:6-10.   V6:  So, how his hopes must have been dashed initially, when Peter and John told him they had no silver or gold to give – but how he must have then been amazed when Peter says he will give him something other than  ( and better than)…


Mon 7th September – Acts chapter 3:1-5:

Mon 7th September              Read Acts chapter 3:1-5:   V1:  Still worshipping as devout Jews, Peter and John are going to the temple at one of the set times of prayer for pious Jews – the 9th hour is our 3pm. Presumably, they do this daily – as Jewish believers who have found the true Messiah,…


Sat 5th September – Acts chapter 2:42-47:

Sat 5th September                Read Acts chapter 2:42-47: V42:  The chapter ends with a glimpse of the priorities in the early church. They “devote themselves” – give themselves whole-heartedly and without reserve – to 4 things in particular: the Apostle’s teaching – literally for them, of course – what the Apostles teach them, under the leading…


Fri 4th September – Acts chapter 2:36-41:

Fri 4th September                  Read Acts chapter 2:36-41: V36:  So, let these Jews, representing in some sense all of Israel, truly know that the One they crucified has indeed been raised, exalted and vindicated by God the Father, showing Him to be the true Christ, the promised One, the Lord – only to God does this…