January 26, 2019

I wanted to share with you how my year has been going so far. Below is a Facebook Live post I just recorded. In it I share about what has been going on so far for me in 2019. My year so far has been dominated by my health situation and I talk about that, but also by the 21 days of prayer, and the Manifest Presence Conference at the church I am part of. We have had a great… Read more

January 7, 2019

Do we make it impossible for others to get saved? Do we sufficiently demonstrate and proclaim the unconditional LOVE of God? In the following quote from a sermon on Grace, Tim Keller explains that we don’t have to DO anything to be saved, and shows the outrageous, almost reckless love of the Father who represents God: "Jesus mugs you with his love" @timkellernyc @DailyKeller Read more: https://t.co/6htSWPy2eq pic.twitter.com/MOUo6MStFR— Adrian Warnock (@adrianwarnock) January 7, 2019 Christianity is the only religion in… Read more

December 26, 2018

This is the top 40 most read posts on my blog from this year. There is a good mix of old and new. It is good to see that some of the posts in my Jesus Commands series have been quite widely read. If you are looking for a review of the year, the closest I have written to that this year is my post summarising ten commandments of Jesus, and my health update video. If you have some Christmas… Read more

December 23, 2018

A Happy Christmas to all of you. May you have a peaceful, restful, and joyous time with your friends and family. The video below is my Christmas greeting and health update. Read more

December 21, 2018

I have been a little quiet on here recently and will share more about my health soon. But now that I have a bit of mental energy, here is a video review or walkthrough of the new Logos 8 Bible Software. This also shows how I use it with Notability which is a fantastic note taking tool I have recently discovered. Notability allows me to mix handwritten notes, text, PDFs, Word documents, and audio files all in one fully searchable… Read more

December 14, 2018

Do you really LOVE Jesus? If so, Jesus himself says to you as the year draws near to a close: “If you love me, you will keep my commandments.” (John 14:15) Many of us want to live our own way. And so to hear that someone else wants to tell us how to live may challenge our sense of independence and self-determination. But everyone serves a master.  The only question is who is yours? What if your master loved you… Read more

October 10, 2018

Fear and trust sound like opposites. And yet Jesus commands both from us. We are much more comfortable with the idea that we are meant to trust Jesus, so I will start there. View the PDF of this post for ease of printing. Perhaps surprisingly, when you search the gospels in most English translations, you don’t actually find Jesus commanding us to trust him. One notable exception, however, is found in the Living Bible: “Don’t be afraid. Just trust me.”… Read more

October 1, 2018

  In a huge storm that terrified hardened fisherman, Jesus slept. He seemed distant, uncaring to them. Yet this was the very same Jesus who wept. Does God sometimes seem asleep to you too? When they woke him, Jesus asked perhaps one of the most staggering questions in the Bible: Why are YOU so afraid? Jesus asks you this same question today. It is a real question. He cares about the answer. He wants to hear what it is you… Read more

September 29, 2018

Earlier this week I posted about how Jesus loved Lazarus and his sisters SO he waited. I believe in a God who heals. I also believe he heals not just miraculously but by doctors and the medicines they develop. On and off this year I have been sharing the story of my journey with blood cancer.  Now I am about to start the next phase. So on the 11 October I will be starting chemotherapy with FCR on the Flair… Read more

September 25, 2018

Only the compassion of Jesus can sustain us when we face real challenges. This morning, I am heading to UCLH to be told what form of chemotherapy or related treatment I will need to take. I know many have prayed for my supernatural healing. But as I was thinking of this yesterday,  I was reminded of Jesus’ response to hearing that his friend was sick: Now a certain man was ill, Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her… Read more

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