Letter To Our Readers January 2013

Dear Reader!

Our writings and the website are labours of love, and as such we intend – in the Lord’s will –to carry on writing, always seeking “What saith Scripture” and to magnify the Name of our Lord and God even our Saviour Jesus Christ, because as the Lord states:

“Search the Scriptures… they are they which testify of ME” (John 5:39)

We make King David’s prayer our own:

“In God will I praise His Word: in the LORD will I praise His Word.
In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me.
Thy vows are upon me, O God: I will render praises unto Thee.
For Thou hast delivered my soul from death: wilt not Thou deliver my feet from falling,
that I may walk before God in the light of the living?”
(Psalm 56 10-13, KJV)

We do not know who or how many are reading our writings; in any event that is a matter for the Lord.  
We can see, each month, an increase in number of visits to the website.

We intend, if the Lord wills, to continue to expand the material on the website. We have also completed half the manuscript of the sequel to our “Gethsemane” book.
The new book is provisionally titled “The GOLGATHA Triumph” (the provisional cover page can be seen here).

If you do wish to support our work, may we first – and foremost – ask you to pray for us, in particular that we may stay true and faithful to our Lord and His Word in all our writings.

  •  it is required in a steward that he is found “faithful” (1 Corinthians 4:2), and
  •  the “prayer of a righteous man availeth much” (James 5:16).

Secondly, and insofar that our writings - in your view - may merit it, may we also please ask you to inform others about www.bibletreasures.co.uk and our books.

Thirdly, and insofar that our writings - in your view - may merit it, we would admittedly welcome any help towards the costs of publishing and this website.

This, however, we do not ‘ask’, but simply say – because it is not for us to put such a request upon any reader; it is truly a matter for God, and what HE may – in His will - put into the heart of readers of this letter.

On-line contributions can be made through the link below.

Any or all of the above would be a wonderful support.

We simply leave it at that, because there is no need for anything else. If God is with us in this, we only need to inform once.

We assure you that there will be no ‘follow-up appeals’, or exhortations aimed at ‘raising funds’. We simply leave this letter on the website.

May the grace of our Heavenly Father be with you, in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Dr Peter Felter