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A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

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Joy in the Morning

7:00amSaturday

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7:00amSaturday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

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1:00pmSaturday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

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10:00pmSaturday

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Arise

5:00amSunday

5:00amSunday

A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

Learn more

Joy in the Morning

7:00amSunday

7:00amSunday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

Learn more

1:00pmSunday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

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10:00pmSunday

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Arise

5:00amMonday

5:00amMonday

A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

Learn more

Joy in the Morning

8:00amMonday

8:00amMonday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

Learn more

1:00pmMonday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

Learn more

10:00pmMonday

For every Show page the timetable is auomatically generated from the schedule.

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Arise

5:00amTuesday

5:00amTuesday

A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

Learn more

Joy in the Morning

8:00amTuesday

8:00amTuesday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

Learn more

1:00pmTuesday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

Learn more

10:00pmTuesday

For every Show page the timetable is auomatically generated from the schedule.

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Arise

5:00amWednesday

5:00amWednesday

A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

Learn more

Joy in the Morning

8:00amWednesday

8:00amWednesday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

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1:00pmWednesday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

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10:00pmWednesday

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Arise

5:00amThursday

5:00amThursday

A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

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Joy in the Morning

8:00amThursday

8:00amThursday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

Learn more

1:00pmThursday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

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10:00pmThursday

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Arise

5:00amFriday

5:00amFriday

A new day.  For some it brings with it renewed fear.  For some reminders of unsolved problems.  For some, just another stressful day following a restless night.  For some new days bring no hope, only more of the same; more pain, more frustration, more grief, more distress. However, God says not so!   The Bible says in Lamentations 3 vs 22-23: “Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed for his compassion never fails. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” God says each new day brings new hope; a chance to start over.  Many may say ‘this hasn’t happened for me.  Each day is just the say as the last’.   The issue here is the mindset.  Change is cultivated first in the mind.  The ‘glass half full’ is a real theory.  Change rarely comes to the pessimistic mind.  Faith in God demands an optimistic attitude.  No-one says this is an easy task, but the Bible says in Romans 12 v 2: “Don’t copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” We need to change the way we think.  Some know it as ‘renewal of the mind’. So, mind renewed, how do we access this new hope?  The answer is as old as time itself; through prayer.  Peter Greig, the author of the book ‘How to Pray’ gives us these tips for establishing morning prayer: P = pause (be still, calm your mind) R = rejoice (praise Him) A = ask (Ask!) Y = yield (or, in other words, say yes to His will) Establishing prayer as a morning habit helps us to draw near to Him during the day and, in turn, helps us to cultivate a spirit of joy, one of the many fruits of the spirit as found in Galatians 5 vs 22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” Let the Holy Spirit guide you into a new day, with its new hope and new mercies.  Always remember, ‘they are new every morning’. Have a blessed day!

Learn more

Joy in the Morning

8:00amFriday

8:00amFriday

Psalm 30 vs 4-6 says: Sing praise to the Lord, you saints of His, and give thanks at the remembrance of His holy name. For His anger is but for a moment, His favour is for life; weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. Joy.  What is joy?  Chara is the Greek word for ‘joy’ which describes a feeling of inner gladness, delight or rejoicing. Joy in the New Testament is virtually always used to signify a feeling of "happiness" that is based on spiritual realities (and independent of what "happens"). Joy is an inner gladness; a deep seated pleasure. It is a depth of assurance and confidence that ignites a cheerful heart, and it is a cheerful heart that leads to cheerful behaviour. Joy is not an experience that comes from favourable circumstances but is God’s gift to believers. Joy is a part of God’s very essence and His Spirit manifests this supernatural joy in His children.  Joy is the deep-down sense of well-being that abides in the heart of the person who knows all is well between himself and the Lord. Our Father wants us to experience joy as a fruit of the Spirit every moment of every day; in fact, He told us that ‘the joy of the Lord is our strength’.  How does He explain that?  Well, the joy of the Lord gives us strength to reach for God’s provision of love and salvation.  Zephaniah 3 v 17 says: “For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With His love, He will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.” Based on His unending love for us, we find the strength to lean on Him for every single thing in life.  There is no weakness in understanding our need for Him.  His provision for us is total and complete.   Therein lies our strength. So, as we commence our day, let us tap into the well of joy that lies deep within our hearts as we connect with the Holy Spirit within.  Let’s use the inspirational and spiritual songs to connect to Him on a deeper level. Choose joy - a wonderful day awaits.

Learn more

1:00pmFriday

For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to work. For some, lives are rushed and pressured due to children.  For some, financial pressure is all encompassing.  For some, the pressures of ill-health and advanced age have changed life forever.   For some the term ‘the working day’ brings shame due to enforced unemployment.  For some, mental health makes the working day a distant memory.  For some, young children means the working day has no end. Circumstances of daily lives are now changing, with people now working from home, some unexpectedly unemployed and therefore now at home, some forced to be at home with very young children and suffering from the stresses of parenthood and financial pressure, and some travelling to work with the added pressure of masks and threatened illness and, of course, the ever-looming threat of redundancy. We have all seen and heard interviews where working from home has been lauded as being a wonderful discovery.  Indeed, the idea of not having to endure public transport, working in your pjs and having lunch when you want seems idyllic.  However, for some ‘home’ is not the place of safety, protection and warmth that society assumes.  Indeed, the pandemic has brought with it increased instances of domestic violence and mental health conditions.  ‘Pressure cooker’ home environments, loneliness and fear means home has been a very difficult place to be for some, with no immediate prospect of change.  As hard as it is to comprehend, for many work is a much safer environment.  Suicide and murder rates have increased, the latter with very little publicity.  None of us wants to hear this, but this is a fact - and the reality for many of our neighbours and work colleagues. Isolation of many at this time is tremendous.  Not being able to see friends and relatives has taken a heavy toll on our minds.  The negative effects upon the eldery have been well publicised.  This is not surprising.  God created us to need each other.  He designed us to form, maintain and enjoy good friendships. Once He created Adam, He quickly said it was not good for him to be alone and so created Eve.  All the way through the Bible, He talks about needing each other and loving each other.  Indeed, in Mark 12 v 31 Jesus said: “'Love your neighbour as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these." It is for us to find ways to keep connected during these times of enforced isolation. The needs of those at home are varied and it is impossible to meet each individual need.  We can only take comfort that God sees all things and knows all things and, above all, He cares for us all deeply.  What we do know is that He provides for us in different ways and it is for us to use ‘what we have in our hands’ (Exodus 4 v 20).  When isolated, we can use platforms such as radio to stay in touch with the world, to listen to and participate in talks and phone-ins all of which will help us to connect with other people.  During these sessions we can also receive information which may assist in our personal circumstances. God will use any system to help us connect with each other.  Keep connected with the Holy Spirit within; He will lead you in the right direction.

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10:00pmFriday

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