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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.


Day 20 – John 16:7-11

Read John ch 16:7-11 V7: In fact, when the Holy Spirit is given, it will be better for them (and all succeeding Christians), for Jesus in His earthly life could only be in one place, and only with those in that same place – but the Spirit will be with every believer, throughout the age,…


Day 19 – John 16:1-6

Read John 16:1-6 V1: The Lord is concerned to tell them that all that will happen to them is part of God’s purpose, so that it does not make them lose their faith. Nothing is out of God’s hand and purposes. This is true of our experiences too. V2: These Jewish disciples will face excommunication…


Day 18 – John 15:22-27

Read John 15:22-27. V22: It is the Word of God, the word which in its fullness Jesus brought and declared, which convicts of sin. In ch16 we will see Jesus saying this is part of the Holy Spirit’s ministry (16:8-9). Again, we are shown the Oneness of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Jesus does not,…


Day 17 – John 15:18-21

Read John 15:18-21 V18: Jesus now seeks to prepare them for living in a hostile world once He is gone from them – a world that will hate them, because it hated Him. It is still true that Christ’s people are living in a hostile world. For some that means direct persecution, but for all…


Day 16 – John 15:13-17

Read John 15:13-17   V13: Jesus identifies a willingness to die for one’s friends as the greatest human love – but His love is greater by far –” While we were still sinners, Christ died for us” – (Romans 5:8)  In our sinful rebellious state, we were enemies of God (Romans 5:10 ) V14 :…


Day 15 – John 15:9-12

Read John 15:9-12: V9 : How amazing that the perfect eternal love between God the Father and the Son is mirrored in the Lord’s love for His people And remember in His “new commandment” ( ch13 v34 ) we are to love each other as He has loved us. To “abide in His love” is…


Day 14 – John15:5-8

Read John ch 15 v5-8. V5: Again, Jesus is the vine – the source of spiritual life – to the branches, His disciples. Only with this living relationship with Him can Christians truly bear fruit. ‘Apart from Me you can do nothing’ – how we need to learn this at heart level. How often we do rely…


Day 13 – John 15:1-4

Read John ch 15:1-4 V1: The last of the 7 ” I am” sayings of Jesus in this gospel. They declare His deity – ” I am”, the Name of God as revealed to Moses in Exodus 3:14 – and reveal more of what He is to and for His people. “The True Vine” –…


Day 12 – John 14:25-31

Read John 14 v25-31 V25: Jesus has told them all this before He is taken from them. As yet, they are puzzled but once the Spirit is given… V26: He will teach them, bring back to them all Jesus has said, and give them understanding. Note again the union of Father, Son and Holy Spirit…


Day 11 – John 14:21-24

Read John 14:21-24 V21: Again, love for the Lord and obedience to His commands are linked – as they must be. Wonderfully, those who love Him are loved by His Father, and will know the abiding presence of Jesus Himself. V22: We know little about the ‘other’ Judas (or Jude), but he is one of…