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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 10 – John 14:16-20

Read John 14:16-20 Here is the Promise of the Holy Spirit, who will be given to all believers. V16: Jesus asks the Father to give the Spirit. Father, Son and Holy Spirit are engaged together in all that our salvation means. They are One, and their will is One, but their roles are revealed to…


Day 9 – John 14:12-15

Read John 14 v12-15 V12: Many find this verse puzzling. How can anyone do “greater works” than Jesus Himself? But His people, both these first disciples and us today, are to continue His work in the power of the Holy Spirit, above all in the preaching of the gospel, and in faithful witness to Christ….


Day 8 – John 14:7-11

Read John 14:7-11 V7: Only through Jesus can we truly know God as Father – and to know Him is to know the Father. He came to show us the Father, with whom He is eternally One (John 1:18) God is a spirit, but we see Him truly revealed and reflected in Jesus. V8: Philip,…


Day 7 – John 14:1-6

Read John 14:1-6 V1: Jesus is preparing His disciples for His going away, which will be by His death on the cross. He knows they are puzzled, their minds troubled, and how grieved they will be when He is taken, but he seeks to comfort them through wonderful promises they will understand later. He calls…


Day 6 – John 13 : 36-38

Read John 13:36-38 Just three verses, but how challenging they are. V36-37: Simon Peter, so often confident – over confident -in his own strength and ability, refuses to accept that he can’t go with Jesus. He declares he is ready and willing to lay down his life for him, if need be. And Simon means it…


Day 5 – John 13 : 31-35

Read John 13:31-35 V31-32: With Judas gone, Jesus, for all the weight of His sufferings which He knows, seems less burdened, and can speak of God’s sure purpose in it all – to glorify His Son, and be glorified in Him. The Son of Man was the title Jesus most used for Himself, it came…


Day 4 – John 13 : 21-30

Read John 13:21-30: V21: Jesus, fully human, with feelings like ours ( Hebrews 4:14-15) is troubled and weighed down by the thought of Judas’ betrayal – remember, He has always treated Judas like the other disciples. V22: As He speaks of it again, the others are uneasy, unsure. Perhaps they wonder ” Is it me –…


Day 3 – John 13 : 12-20

Read John 13:12-20 V12: Jesus wants them – and us – to understand what He has done. V13-14: They call Him their Master, their teacher, and rightly so. Now he has given them an example of how they should regard and treat one another -and how we should! V15: And what is that example? A…


Day Two – John 13 : 7-11

Read John 13:7-11 V7: Jesus tells Peter he doesn’t yet understand what the Lord is doing, but in due time he will. How often this is true of us, perhaps even at this present time, but HE is Lord! V8: Peter still protests – and here we feel he is “digging his heels in”, he’s…


Day One – John 13 : 1-6

Day One: Read John 13, verses 1-6. Introduction: The Jewish feast of the Passover remembered and celebrated God’s wonderful O.T. deliverance of His people Israel from Egypt. On the very night before us in this chapter, Jesus transformed that passover meal into what we now call the Lord’s Supper, or the Communion, where Christians remember His…