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We are a UK registered charity which, primarily, publishes a magazine to encourage the study of the scriptures, the practice of New Testament church principles and interest in gospel work in the UK and abroad. We hope you will find the content of these pages a help in your Christian life. We are constantly adding new content and features to our site, so please revisit periodically to check for updates.

Below are the 10 articles most recently added to the Precious Seed website.

Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 30th July

JOB (6)

Job 42. 1-17

Job came to realize that the right attitude towards suffering is not despair but worship and self-surrender. He learned ‘the end (purpose) of the Lord’ which gave him a totally new appreciation of the majesty, glory and mercy of God, Jas. 5. 11. When overwhelmed by the revelation of the Lord, he exclaims, ‘I know that thou canst do all things, and that no purpose of thine can be restrained’, 42. 2. He states, ‘I know’ v. 2; ‘I heard...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 30th July

JOB (6)

Job 42. 1-17

Job came to realize that the right attitude towards suffering is not despair but worship and self-surrender. He learned ‘the end (purpose) of the Lord’ which gave him a totally new appreciation of the majesty, glory and mercy of God, Jas. 5. 11. When overwhelmed by the revelation of the Lord, he exclaims, ‘I know that thou canst do all things, and that no purpose of thine can be restrained’, 42. 2. He states, ‘I know’ v. 2; ‘I heard...

 

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Daily Thought

Daily Thought for: 30th July

JOB (6)

Job 42. 1-17

Job came to realize that the right attitude towards suffering is not despair but worship and self-surrender. He learned ‘the end (purpose) of the Lord’ which gave him a totally new appreciation of the majesty, glory and mercy of God, Jas. 5. 11. When overwhelmed by the revelation of the Lord, he exclaims, ‘I know that thou canst do all things, and that no purpose of thine can be restrained’, 42. 2. He states, ‘I know’ v. 2; ‘I heard...

 

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