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Ruth Dickson’s Story: A story of survival by grace alone.

“God’s Love is unconditional. His plans and purposes for your life are not dependent on your circumstances or abilities.”  - Ruth Dickson.

At a time when all seemed lost, God enabled me, a broken woman, to produce reading books for children who had none.

 God took  away  the  emblem of  indignity,  reproach and shame. He  set   me  free to  live  for  His  glory .       

Over   the  time ,  my  writing extended  into daily  blogs,  daily devotionals  and  books for  Christians, in  many  Languages        


The ability to give is a free gift from God. Gihon Publishing gives freely: Daily Devotionals, Spritual books and daily 

encouragement to those who are spiritually hungry and thirsty. 

Gihon Publishing represents the “Bread of Life” to all who are hungry, free of charge. 

Gihon Publishing provides Free downloads ( available on this website) where ever you are, in a language you can read and understand. 

- Ruth Dickson 


Daily Devotional: “Oil for the Journey” Volume 2

THE TESTED ROCK by Ruth Dickson


The “Rock of Ages” has proven through the ages that He is reliable; faithful and unchanging. 

Yes, Christ is reliable; faithful and unchanging. He is that tried and tested Rock, upon which those in Christ, build their lives. 

Isaiah describes Christ as, a stone in Zion, a tested stone, a precious cornerstone, a sure foundation; those who rely on Him, will never be put to shame, unlike those who  make alliances and allegiances with Egypt. 

Christ is one who triumphs over His enemies, He makes them His footstool.  The sound of the sea during a raging storm is terrifying, yet God has power of it. He is mighty and fearful in battle.  Those in Christ have a covenant of grace, they are to trust God and never to be afraid of the enemy. 

©️Ruth Dickson 

Heavenly Treasures Ministries 

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Justified by Faith by Ruth Dickson


Be sure that Jesus accepts and receives all who believe in Him.  In Christ, you are no longer a lost, de- robed Monarch like Adam, who once walked with dominion on the earth, and talked boldly, as a Royal King with God. 

An ordinary citizen can not walk boldly into a King’s palace and talk boldly with the King, but a Royal citizen  can do so, without  any limitation or inhibition.  

In Christ, you belong to a Royal Priesthood. You are a co- heir to Christ, the son and daughter of the Living God.

You are no longer a slave of fear and sin. The  guilt of the past can not hold you bound because Christ has set you free.  

Most of all, having being justified by faith, you are no longer at war with God. You are no longer an enemy of God. Your conscience is cleansed, the guilt of sin removed, you now  live at peace with God.  

To live a life of grace, you must walk by faith.  Hallelujah! The Just  live by faith!

©️Ruth Dickson

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Excerpt: “The Ford of Jabb’ok”: Prevailing in Prayer by Ruth Dickson

...There comes a point in the life of every Believer where you recognise the importance of leaving the crowds behind and spending time alone with God. For some, the realisation of this need starts very early in their Journey with Christ. For others, like Jacob, it was at the point where he came to the end of himself, that he realised that he needed to separate himself and cry out to God...

©️Ruth Dickson 

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Excerpt: THE SPIRITUAL HARVEST by Ruth Dickson


“Look at the fields, they are already white for the  Harvest.

Do you have a burden for lost souls? Are you preoccupied to the point where it hinders you from sharing the gospel. Jesus cautioned the disciples with these words:

“Do you not say, “There are still four months and then comes the harvest.” There were still four months for the seeds to be harvested. Jesus  said these words to remind the disciples that though the natural harvest, at that time, would not be ready until four months time, the “spiritual” Harvest was ripe and ready! The Lord used the illustration of a physical  harvest to enlighten the minds of the disciples to the spiritual harvest; souls ready to come into God’s Kingdom. 

Indeed, the Harvest is truly ripe, the spiritual harvest of the souls of men and women.

©️ Ruth Dickson 

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Excerpt: SERVING TWO MASTERS by Ruth Dickson

...So many Christians today are straddled between two opinions. They are uncertain at heart whether to serve God or not, though outwardly, they don’t mind being admired as “one who serves God.” What people see and say about them is ultimately more important to them than what God says.

Spiritual Prosperity.

The desire to serve God and serve the world equates to straddling the fence 

(Matthew 6:24). If you want to be spiritually prosperous, it will involve single-mindedness. To be single-minded is to focus on one thing, at the expense of everything else. Ones relationship with God should be top priority, every thing and everyone else, should take a backseat.

God has promised to supply all of our needs according His riches in glory. So our priority should be Christ and His Kingdom not the world. 

Let us trust God with all our hearts and believe in His Word.

©️ Ruth Dickson 

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Christ paid such a huge price to disentangle those who believe in Him, from yokes of bondage.

Paul asks those who have come to Faith in Christ, to be on the look out for those doctrines and teachings that cause them to remove their hope in Jesus Christ; giving them a misplaced hope (this is hope placed in the wrong place). Christ justifies all who believe in Him. His righteousness being imputed to all who believe.

“Stand therefore,” be firmly rooted, be faithful to the Gospel Jesus Christ proclaimed. The gospel is free and does not depend on the laws, ideas, concepts or the ideologies of man. Faith in Christ gives His followers the liberty to walk as free people, led by His Spirit.

God’s divine grace enables all who believe in Him to come boldly before His throne of grace. With grace and mercy, you can live everyday, in obedience to God’s will...

©️ Ruth Dickson

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Have you ever heard a child say, “What is Easter?” This is a question that you may never hear outside of Church circles. This is because the commercial companies have taken over the true meaning of Easter, or should we say, Resurrection Sunday, and transformed it into an annual money making machine.

Chocolates, Easter Eggs, Bunny Rabbits and a host of other Items are what represent Easter for some. Many Churches have Easter Egg hunts, the presentation of flowers and other activities for fun during the Easter period. Thankfully, most Churches  never leave out the true message of the eternal sacrifice of the Son of God, and what it really means to them. It is a terrible shame where this is not the case…Christ’s death and resurrection is the most important event on the Christian calendar.

Today, every one who believes in Christ, has hope because of Christ’s shed blood on the Cross. Their hope and expectation goes beyond a wooden cross or any outward symbols which commemorate Christ’s death.

God has given us an eternal gift in His Son Jesus Christ. A gift is something that is given freely. It no longer becomes a gift if you have to earn or pay for it.

Everyone stands condemned before God without the shed blood of Christ. It is a just condemnation, because of Adam’s sin. We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). Therefore, no one can approach God with their own merits, good works, good behavior or any form of self- righteousness. The pardon for sin cannot be earned.

It is through the cleansing power of the blood that a person stands justified before God. Christ’s blood is redemptive in that it redeems that which was condemned for death. There is pardon for sin in the blood of Jesus.

Those who have come to the saving knowledge of Christ have been saved by grace. The story of Christ’s death and resurrection is simple, but the work Christ did on the Cross is immensely great.

Salvation is a free gift and it is a gift to be celebrated every day and not just on Resurrection Sunday. Christ’s death means more than a once a year celebration.

As we approach Resurrection Sunday, let us think deeply about the true meaning of what Christ has done. He is the Saviour of the soul, He has cleansed the sin of His people.

“By His sacrifice on the Cross He has made perfect forever those who are being sanctified and those whom the father has given Him.” (Hebrews 10: 10-14).

He became a curse for us.

“But he was pierced for our transgressions. He was crushed for our iniquities. The punishment that brought our peace was on him; and by his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5).

Share Christ’s story with the young people around you. Tell them about this wonderful gift God has given in His Son (1John 5:11). Let them know that whoever believes in Jesus Christ, will not perish, but have eternal life.

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