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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.


Thurs 3rd September – Acts chapter 2:29-35:

Thurs 3rd September            Read Acts chapter 2:29-35: V29:  David could not be the one these verses really spoke of, Peter says, for he died, was buried, and they know where his tomb is. ( Long gone, of course, after the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in AD 70.) V30-31:  But David was inspired by…


Wed 2nd September – Acts chapter 2:22-28:

Wed 2nd September              Read Acts chapter 2:22-28: V22:  He takes them at once to Jesus – how God testified to who He was by the ” works and wonders and signs” He did through His Son – they know of these, they were public knowledge. We remember that John’s gospel always speaks of Christ’s miracles as…


Tues 1st September – Acts chapter 2:13-21:

Tues 1st September  Read Acts chapter 2:13-21: V13:  Some mock, suggesting the believers are drunk – though how that would explain their speaking clearly in many languages is mystifying! But there will always be those who, sceptical of any manifest work of God, seek to explain it away, however implausibly. V14:  Peter, the other Apostles…


Mon 31st August – Acts chapter 2 :5-12:

Mon 31st August        Read Acts chapter 2 :5-12: V5:   In God’s overruling providence, Jews from many nations are gathered in Jerusalem on this significant day. They were already a scattered people, spread throughout the Roman world. These were probably pilgrims, in Jerusalem to celebrate the feast of Weeks, some may have been there since the…


Sat 29th August – Acts chapter 2:1-4:

Sat 29th August    –   Read Acts chapter 2:1-4: V1:  Now comes the day of Pentecost, originally the Jewish ” feast of weeks”, long held to commemorate the giving of the Law, and now to become the day God would give the Holy Spirit to his NT people, first to the Apostles. The believers were…


Fri 28th August – Acts chapter 1:20-26:

Fri 28th August    –  Read Acts chapter 1:20-26: V20:  Again, Peter speaks of OT Scripture fulfilled in Judas and his fate – he quotes and applies Psalms 69:25 and 109:8. These verses seemingly had a partial reference and fulfillment in enemies of David in his own lifetime, but this ultimate fulfillment in Judas. Some…


Thurs 27th August – Acts chapter 1:15-19:

Thurs 27th August        –         Read Acts chapter 1:15-19: V15:  Now Simon Peter takes an early lead – he had been prone to do so at times during Christ’s earthly ministry, of course, but surely this is now at the Lord’s leading – he stands up to address them, and…


Wed 26th August – Acts chapter 1:12-14:

Wed 26th August   –  Read Acts chapter 1:12-14: V12:  So they return to Jerusalem, to wait as Jesus commanded them. We learn here that the Ascension was from the Mount of Olives ( Olivet ). A “sabbath day’s journey” was the permitted distance under the law – only about 3/4 of a mile. V13:  They go…


Tues 25th August – Acts chapter 1:6-11:

Tues 25th August   –    Read Acts chapter 1:6-11: V6:  Luke now reverts to the day of the Ascension, the disciples asking Jesus if He will now ” restore the kingdom to Israel?”. Clearly at this stage they still think of the kingdom of God in terms of the nation of Israel and interpret all OT…


Mon 24th August – Acts chapter 1:1-5.

Mon 24th  August   –   Read Acts chapter 1:1-5. V1:  Luke, the author of Acts, writes it first for ” Theophilus”, probably a real individual, though since the name means ” lover of God” some suggest that it is a general title for believers. The “first book” is his gospel ( was that also sent first…