Monthly Meditations

2019

June 2019
Rev G G Hutton
When the Lord Jesus Christ speaks tenderly to you saying, “Thou are mine,” it is to remind you that you belong entirely to him.
May 2019
Rev G G Hutton
The child of God rests by faith upon the immutable fact that God knows everything perfectly.
April 2019
Rev G G Hutton
Our lot is cast in a day of much superficial Christianity.
March 2019
Rev G G Hutton
In his short epistle, the apostle James draws attention to the power and influence of what he describes as “a little member” of the body—the tongue.
February 2019
Rev G G Hutton
In the opening Psalm we are introduced to an important and profitable spiritual exercise: meditation.
January 2019
Rev G G Hutton
When we read the words in the book of Proverbs, “Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth,” (Proverbs 27:1) they remind us of just how ignorant we are of the future.

2018

December 2018
Rev G G Hutton
The gates of hell shall not prevail.
November 2018
Rev G G Hutton
“Without me ye can do nothing.”
October 2018
Rev G G Hutton
The focus and quality of true Christian service.
September 2018
Rev G G Hutton
“Accepted in the beloved.”
August 2018
Rev G G Hutton
The apostle Paul, when writing his second epistle to the Christians in the church at Corinth, found it necessary to warn them not to allow Satan to get the advantage over them.
July 2018
Rev G G Hutton
When the Saviour states, “I know,” we can be confident that no one else can possibly know so much about any situation, or circumstances, as He does.
June 2018
Rev G G Hutton
One of the evidences for grace in the heart of a child of God is the spirit of thankfulness to God for all his merciful dealings with him or her.
May 2018
Rev G G Hutton
“And the disciples were called Christians…”
April 2018
Rev G G Hutton
“And we know…”
March 2018
Rev G G Hutton
John the Baptist was an outstanding individual, to whom the Lord Jesus paid tribute…
February 2018
Rev G G Hutton
“Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and for ever.”
January 2018
Rev G G Hutton
As we take our leave of the old year and enter the new, we are aware of the passing of time.