General News from the Province

The Bible and the mobile phone

Can you imagine what would happen if we would treat the Bible in the same way as we treat our mobile phone?

If we would carry the Bible in our briefcases, in our small hand bags, on the belt or in the pocket of our jacket?
If we would look at it several times each day?
If we would turn back to look for it when we have forgotten it in the house or in the office?
If we would use it in sending out messages to our friends?
If we would treat it as if we could not live without it?
If we would go with it along the journey in case we would need help or assistance?
If we would touch it in an emergency?

Contrary to the mobile phone, the Bible has always a network.

We can be in connection with it in any place.

We do not need to think much about the airtime because Jesus has already paid the bill and the airtime is limitless.

Other better things: the communication has never been cut, and the battery is charged for life.

Seek out Yahweh while he is still to be found, call to him while he is still near (Is 55:6)

Emergency numbers:

Call on * Jeremiah 33: 3

He has left the following message for you:

  • Call up on me and I will answer you.
  • I will reveal to you great and secrets things that you do not know.

If you are unhappy, read* John 14
If the people talk against you, read* Psalm 27
If you are nervous, read * Psalm 51
If you are anxious, read * Matthew 6: 19- 24
If you are in danger, read * Psalm 91
If you feel that God is far from you, read* Psalm 63
If your faith needs to be fortified, read* Hebrew 11
If you are in solitary and afraid, read* Psalm 22
If you are hard and criticizing others, read* 1 Corinthians 13
In order to know the secret of happiness, read* Colossians 3: 12 - 17
If you feel sad and lonely, read* Romans 8: 31 – 39
If you need peace and rest, read* Matthew 11: 25 - 30
If for you the world looks powerful than God, read Psalm 90

Note these numbers in your diary! They will probably be important for you in any time of Your life!!!

Hand them on to others; it may be possible that one of these emergency numbers could save life.