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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.


Luke chapter 1 v 26-38:

Thursday December 17th:  Read Luke chapter 1 v 26-38: We move into the NT, from promise to fulfillment, and how God sent the angel Gabriel to Mary. Never let our familiarity with these things make us lose the Holy wonder of what happened here. Gabriel is sent to a young woman, emphasised to be a virgin,…


Micah chapter 5 v2-5:

Wednesday December 16th:  Read Micah chapter 5 v2-5: Another remarkable prophecy, again centuries before the birth of Jesus, yet so exactly fulfilled in that birth. Bethlehem is named as the place where One Who is to be ” ruler in Israel” will be born. Bethlehem, though the City of David, Israel’s greatest king, was by…


Isaiah chapter 7 v10-14 and chapter 9 v 6-7

Tuesday December 15th:  Read Isaiah chapter 7 v10-14 and chapter 9 v 6-7: Here are clear prophecies, centuries before, of the unique and wonderful birth of the Saviour. The context around the key verses ( which isn’t our concern here ) has some reference and relevance to events in Isaiah’s own day, but the fullness of…


Genesis chapter 3:8-15

DDD for the week of December 14th -19th.  For the next 2 weeks, our Daily Devotions will be focused on the Christmas theme. They will be a little different from the normal pattern, giving a daily passage to read, followed not by a verse-by-verse commentary, but a general comment/meditation on the passage and what it…


Acts chapter 16 v 35- 40

Acts chapter 16 v 35- 40: V35:  The magistrates, perhaps having second thoughts about their treatment of Paul and Silas, send an order to let them go ” in peace”. V36:  The jailer brings this word to Paul. V37-39:  Paul however protests at the treatment they have received, for they are Roman citizens, and as…


Acts chapter 16 v 27-34

Acts chapter 16 v 27-34: V27:  Waking, finding the prison in ruins, the jailer panics, sure his prisoners must have escaped, and he will be held to account ( See v23 above.) so he is about to take his own life, rather than wait for the cruel judgement of Rome, which would probably involve torture….


Acts chapter 16 v 19-26

Acts chapter 16 v 19-26: V19:  The men who have exploited the slave girl are furious – their profits have gone. They seize Paul and Silas, drag them before the city magistrates – in this Roman colony the marketplace also functions, as in Rome itself, as the Forum where the authorities sit to hear cases  brought…


Acts chapter 16 v 13-18

Acts chapter 16 v 13-18: V13:  On the Sabbath, Paul and his companions go to ” the riverside, where  we supposed there was a place of prayer “. Clearly, there is no synagogue in Philippi, which means nor enough adult male Jews to establish one ( and only 10 were required.) The fact that the group they…


Acts chapter 16 v 6-12

Acts chapter 16 v 6-12: V6:  They travel on, through the provinces of Phrygia and Galatia ( no details given of their ministry there ) – and then clearly intend to preach in the major province of Asia too -but this is stopped by the Holy Spirit! What form this intervention took, we do not…


Acts chapter 16:1-5

Acts chapter 16:1-5: V1:  Paul ( with Silas ) revisits Derbe and Lystra, where he knew both blessing and tribulation on his first journey ( ch 14.) Here Timothy joins him – we presume a convert from that previous visit. He is the son of a ” mixed marriage “, his mother being a Jewess…