Monthly Archives: December 2012
Many British people are very patriotic and there are many things we can be proud of but, unfortunately, at Christmas time we spend too much time and energy on celebrations and present buying instead of remembering the real Christmas message.
One person, however, we can be proud of is the Queen, who makes it clear in this years Christmas message where our power lies – in the person Jesus Christ. Dr Peter Saunders picks up on this is his blog –
Christian Medical Comment – The Queen once again points her subjects to Jesus Christ, stating that other leaders steer away from this simple message: “While the Pope,… Continue reading
Jesus – His name in different languages video added to Meditation section, click to view
Mary did you know? video added to meditation section, click to view
Christians and Muslims alike attempt to conduct lives that are consistent with the teachings and actions of the founders of their faith. Many even believe that Christians and Muslims both worship the same God. So, how do the lives of Jesus and Muhammad compare? Please follow the links below for a look at the lives at the founders of both Christianity and Islam:
Many people (including Christians) would rather not believe that God sends warnings to particular nations that judgment could be on the way. Some would be even more skeptical if we suggested that God was warning the UK right now that it is time to urgently change course.
John McTernan is an American believer in Christ who has detailed a whole host of God’s warnings to America in books, DVDs and blogs. But John has recently mentioned Britain in one of his recent blogs and this has got to be pretty significant and demonstrates that observers outside of Britain are noticing that patterns exist with decisions our government makes and national… Continue reading
Nations all over the world have economy issues – there are regular news reports of economic woes but few realise what is happening to our own countries debt. Here is a good blog that helps understand the state of Britain’s debt – 94% of Britons don’t understand what’s happening to the country’s national debt