Vision Behind This Blog

All around me, I see a lot of people of strong faith on the surface but them same people will often speak badly of their neighbours or spread gossip.

All my life I never really understood this, if each of us would just lived like Jesus did or as close as possible then this world would be a different place.

I have no place for egos or judgemental people. Treat others like you would like to be treated and you will see that life will go a lot smoother. You will gain an inner happiness that money simply can not buy.

If you look into this world, many will say that it is impossible for there to be peace, to them people I say, through God all things are possible. From the start of time, we have been given freewill, the freedom to make our own choices, God is not a dictator, he is not a judge, he is a father that loves his children no matter what they do.

Currently, this world is lost but there is a dawn on the horizon. Across the world spiritually is starting to come back. People are slowly starting to realize that money and material wealth do not bring the inner happiness you receive when you live your life
through the teachings of Jesus.

My aim in life is to make small changes, as small changes lead to massive change. If each of us were to do the same then this world would be a much better place in a very short period of time.

Years ago I heard of a story of the 100th monkey. Which says that after a certain number of animals display a certain behaviour then automatically it spreads to the entire population. Here a link to the video explaining the story. Well worth a watch.



12 thoughts on “Vision Behind This Blog

    • Lost access to account. Thanks for concern, all is ok. Have new book coming out soon, will send you link when on free promotion. 🙂


  1. Just a wee message to say i’m seriously enjoying your books. They are very inspirational and have resonated big time with me. I have spent too many years feeling negative towards the church, but coming across your books have given me a beautiful feeling of hope and understanding that through people like yourself and others, the true teachings can get out there and touch the heart of many and then we can do magic in this amazing world. Keep up the good work and maybe someday (if God will it) we might bump into each other and have a wee chat and a wee cuppa. Love and happiness now and always from a new follower here in Sligo Ireland. All the best. Vincie.

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    • Thank you very much for your kind words. The people are the church, in my opinion, the hierarchy often forget that. May the light of faith continue to grow in your life, bringing you health, happiness and fulfilment. Always follow your passions, sharing your gifts with the world. 🙂

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  2. Hello Rev Martin,

    Having just read two of your books and after experiencing some recent adversity in my life which has sensed my fragility and mortality I feel that I have been shown a way forward both for my family and myself. My son is going through a difficult period currently and through the teachings in the books I believe that I can have the courage, strength, and faith to provide the help he needs. I am encouraging him to read the text himself in the hope that he avails of the same.

    Thank you.



    • My prayer has always been that God may work through me to help others, so your comment means more to me than can be expressed in words.

      It is so easy to give in to our emotions in difficult times. Fear, anger, frustration, and anxiety can separate us from God. We can feel like there is no hope because we can not see a way. But that is what faith is all about, believing that tomorrow will be better. So often, it’s only when we look back at our lives that we see the hand of God directing our steps. I wish you and your family health and happiness and will keep you in my prayers. 🙂


  3. Respected Rev. Martin,
    Wish you a very good day!
    I recently read some of your writings. Thank you very much for them. They are really very useful and beautifully written.
    That said, I hope you will permit me to mention that I noticed quite some language-related errors, which could have been avoided through some careful proofreading.
    Please pray for me, Sir.
    Thanks and regards


  4. Dear Rev Martin,
    Wish you a very good day!
    I am writing to you from India.
    I have read some of your writings and I found them BEAUTIFUL! You are doing great service by bringing out these little books full of inspiring and uplifting wisdom. I thank you for this great work! May God bless you immensely!


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