DIG for Saturday the 24th of September…..and this is another passage that is crystal clear in its meaning…..John 3 v 16

I wrote yesterday about a verse in Scripture that was very clear in its meaning.

Today I want to do the same and look at the passage around John 3 v 16.

Once again we read that Jesus is the only way through which a man might be saved.

As with the verse yesterday (John 14 v 6) the requirement for salvation is faith, belief and trust in Jesus and His finished work.

There is only one important thing with regards to a man’s eternal destiny, and that is what they decided “to do” with Jesus.

If you have faith in Jesus you are saved.

If you do not believe in Jesus you are not saved; it is that simple.

Jesus came (He was given by God) in order to bring reconciliation and forgiveness to men from God.

He achieved this through shedding His blood on the cross (Ephesians 1 v 7 and Colossians 1 v14).

Belief in this, belief in Jesus and His finished work is what brings a man into eternal life with God the Father.

Friends, it is not enough to talk to people about God and ask if they believe in God; the devil and his minions believe in God.

We need to tell people about Jesus and His finished work; this is what will bring a man to salvation.

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord for the finished work of Jesus and thank you for the reconciliation and forgiveness that this work brought”.

John 3 v 16…..For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life


What is Partnership?

What is Partnership?

Most of you will have heard of the concept of partnering with a Christian ministry; this is a way of funding ministries, helping them to spread the Good News. Many of us will already be involved in this type of giving. It is a way of funding ministries that is actually recorded in the Bible.

For example the widow woman in Zarephath partnered with Elijah(1) and the believers in Philippi partnered with the Apostle Paul(2). Jesus Himself even had partners; Joanna the wife of Chuza, a steward of Herod, was among a number of women who partnered with the ministry of Jesus(3).

Partnership is more than simply giving financial aid. Partnership is giving in a purposeful and regular manner. Partnership is about coming alongside and becoming part of a ministry. Partnership is about committing to the furtherance of the Kingdom.

Partnership is about sowing and reaping

Partnership is about sowing and reaping within the context of giving. Sowing and reaping is a sound Biblical law.

Giving within the realm of partnership is not only good for the ministry receiving your gift but it is good for you. Giving will see fruit abound to your account(4). Giving will see abundance flow back to you; give and you will see your gift returned to you from other men(5). Sowing generously will result in a generous return, sowing little will result in little return(6).

Giving financially into the work of the Kingdom is an expectation of the Lord upon every born again believer; the Lord loves a cheerful giver(7), and there are a number of examples in Scripture of believers giving into the work of the Kingdom.

Would you please consider partnering with Heilan Word Ministries?

Heilan Word Ministries is a Christian teaching ministry founded and run by Vic and Nunsy Cameron. The ministry is based in the north of Scotland and proclaims the finished work of Jesus Christ. We provide teaching material in a number of different formats, and all our material (with the exception of hard copy booklets) is provided free of charge. We have distributed thousands of teaching cds thus far and our vision is to distribute millions. We provide a daily devotional called DIG on the Internet, encouraging many believers across the world with the message of truth and grace that is the finished work of Jesus Christ (contact us for details on how to receive DIG every day).

Vic resigned from his full time secular job and is now working in ministry and his small business, looking to Biblical principles to see his own needs, and the needs of his family, met.

Vic is determined to labour in the Word and doctrine(8); are you able and willing to reward him as a labourer in this work? Vic is determined to preach the Gospel in Scotland and across the world; are you able and willing to be one of the brothers and sisters in Christ who will send him(9)?

Romans 10 v 13 to 15 talks about preachers of the Gospel being sent in order for people to be saved. My friends, we all know that the Gospel needs to be preached to a needy world but not everyone can go. You may not be able to go, but you can send. Will you consider partnering with Vic to allow him to go and preach the Gospel?

1-Kings 17 v 10 to 24

2-Philippians 4 v 15 to 17

3-Luke 8 v 3, 4-Philippians 4 v 17

5-Luke 6 v 38, 6-2 Corinthians 9 v 6

7-2 Corinthians 9 v 7

8-1 Timothy 5 v 17 and 18

9-Romans 10 v 13 to 15

What will we commit to for our partners?

Of course we commit first and foremost to preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and His finished work, as the only way to salvation and to an abundant life.

We will communicate with you; we will tell you what we are doing in the ministry on a regular basis. We will provide teaching material for you. And most importantly we will pray for you, and if you wish, we will pray with you.

How can I come into partnership with Heilan Word Ministries?

There are a number of ways that you can partner with Heilan Word Ministries.

You can visit our website and give into our PayPal account, address below……


You can give straight into our bank account on a regular basis. Set up a standing order or direct debit and give on a monthly basis.

Email Vic at the address below for bank details…..


You can commit to sending a cheque regularly, made out to Vic Cameron, to the following address……

5 Carsewell Steading, Alves, Elgin, Moray IV30 8UE

And of course you can please pray for us


Contact Details for Heilan Word Ministries




Follow Vic on Twitter at grace_boy

Find us on Facebook at Heilan Word Ministries or link up directly with Vic

Follow vicfaealves on Instagram to see his #backpocketscripture

DIG for Friday the 23rd of September…..this verse is one of the crystal clear ones…..John 14 v 6

I have to agree that there are some verses and passages in the Bible that are rather difficult to understand.

Sometimes we need to look into the Greek or Hebrew, pouring over the Scriptures, seeking guidance from the Holy Sprit.

However there are verses and passages that are crystal clear in their meaning, where everyone should be able to understand what it is saying.

Take for example John 14 v 6.

Here Jesus is talking to His disciples and is telling them how a man can come to God the Father.

He is perfectly clear in how this happens; it can only be done through Him.

He says that He is the way, the truth and the life and that the only way to God is by Him.

You do not need to look at the Greek, you do not need to consult a commentary, and you do not need the services of a theologian.

Jesus is the only ‘vehicle’ available that makes a relationship with God the Father a possibility.

Through His finished work He brought reconciliation and forgiveness to all men, so that all men could make the choice to come into a relationship with God he Father.

Faith and trust in Jesus , and what He has already done, is indeed the only way to come to the Father.

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord for the finished work of Jesus Christ and thank you that He is the way, the truth and the life”.

John 14 v 6…..Jesus saith unto him, I am the way. The truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me