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Blogs

  1. God's Service Versus A Church Service

    Recently, I read the following post on Facebook, "If we cannot enjoy a few hours in God’s service once a week in this world, it is plain to see that we could not enjoy an eternity in His service in the world to come... Too many have no heart for God’s service." This message spoke volumes of truth, and yet, I could not help but think how many churchgoers would miss the point of the message altogether. Most modern day "Christians" define God's service as an event (a church service) that...
  2. Look! The Lamb Of God!

    'This all happened at Bethany,on the other side of the Jordan,where John was baptising. The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said,' Look! The Lamb of God that takes away the sins of the world' (John 1:27-28). Jesus was revealed by John the Baptist,as the Messiah,the Lamb of God. He was referring to the Supreme Sacrifice that Jesus was to make for our sins to be pardoned. Jesus became our atonement for sin. He died in our place as the Substitute for our sin....
  3. The Spiritual Nature Of The Politics That Shapes Our Destnies

    Politics. Policies. Prosperity. Three important things we cannot ignore. Politics determines the policies, and the policies determine the prosperity of the people! This is why in the book of proverbs the wise man said that when the righteous come into government and power the people rejoice. The people rejoice because they anticipate that political power in the hands of the right people will be used to formulate well meaning policies that will ease the life of the people and ensure...
  4. You Are Inexcusable!

    "For ever since the creation of the world His invisible nature and attributes, that is, His eternal power and divinity, have been made intelligible and clearly discernible in and through the things that have been made (His handiworks). So [men] are without excuse [altogether without any defense or justification],"(Romans 1:20 AMPC) From the beginning of creation of heaven and earth, God has been employing different means to reveal Himself to mankind. God, in His infinite wisdom, also made...
  5. Displaced Persons

    Consider something. Adam and Eve were not made for this world but for God's private domain, the Garden. The Garden was not like the world we know for it did not have the ways of the world which were the self serving survival instincts of the creatures within. Good and evil relied on each other and were the foundation of this universe we now comprehend, but not of the Garden. When Adam and Eve became self aware and used the knowledge of good and evil to self justify their actions, they no...
  6. I Am Not Worthy To Untie His Sandals

    'He is the One who comes after me,the thongs of whose sandals I am not worthy to untie' (John 1:27). John the Baptist did not even consider himself worthy of untying the sandals of the One who came after him. He made it clear that Jesus was the One who came after him and He was the Messiah and worthy of all the glory! He was willing to live for the Master and faithfully did,revealing Him to the people. He was also willing to die for the Son of God and from prison he was taken to his...
  7. Hope

    Hope To hope is to reach upward when all is dark, when one is alone, yet propelled to reach for grace, God's love is beyond our emotions, feelings, and even our deepest misunderstandings of Infinite Love. Just reach.--Br.MD
  8. Among You Stands One You Do Not Know '

    'I baptise with water',John replied,but among you stands One you do not know' (John 1;26). . John the Baptist spoke emphatically about One,who they did not know,standing among them,the Anointed One,the Chosen One,the Messiah,the Word of God,the True Light,the Son of God. 'You do not know Him. He stands among you now. I baptise with water,but among you stands One you do not know'. .....................John the Baptist did not stand up for his own credentials. He was...
  9. Reaching Out To The Opposers Of The Truth

    "For that which is known about God is evident to them and made plain in their inner consciousness, because God [Himself] has shown it to them." (Romans 1:19 AMPC) There are people that are vehemently resisting the truth, suppressing and making it inoperative in their lives. They are causing the same effects in the society and different organisations. They even sometimes create a wall around themselves and prevent you from reaching out them with the truth. The truth is, they are inexcusable,...
  10. More Questions

    'Now some Pharasees that had been sent questioned him,Why then,do you baptise,if You are not the Christ,not Elijah,nor the Prophet?' (John 1:24-25) The Pharasees were always concerned with the legalities of everything and there was always nit-picking with them. They questioned John the Baptist's right to baptise people in the River Jordan,if he was not the Messiah,Elijah or the Prophet. why was he baptising Jews who were circumcised. . John the Baptist said that he baptised people after...
  11. The Only Way To Preserve The World

    "For God's [holy] wrath and indignation are revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who in their wickedness repress and hinder the truth and make it inoperative." (Romans 1:18 AMPC) God's holy wrath against unrighteousness in our world is justified. God is not happy about the perversions that has come upon us. Human race is continually plunged into the abyss by evil legislations and ideas from the pit of hell. Many of these evils are being legalised in many...
  12. Our Spiritual Path

    Our Spiritual Path I press on toward the goal to win the prize of God's heavenly calling in Christ Jesus. --Philippians 3:14 When people speak to me, more than a few when sharing their spiritual path, and frustrations can overlook what is the most obvious. For they will often complain that they have so many obstacles to overcome that they can’t get started. It would seem that they think that all of the ‘obstacles’ have to be gotten rid of before they can begin. Yet, it is those very...
  13. Melito Of Sardis

    It continued in the second century, with a blanket accusation and verdict of deicide.
  14. Diotrephes

    It started in the assemblies, in the first century CE.
  15. A Voice Of One Calling In The Desert

    'John replied in the words of Isaiah the Prophet,'I am the voice of one calling in the desert,'Make straight the way of the LORD!' ....John Baptist only described himself from (Isaiah 40:5) 'A voice of one calling in the desert prepare the way for the LORD. Make straight in the wilderness a highway for our God'....The Pharasees wanted him to say who he was,John only wanted to say who Jesus was! He humbly referred to himself only as 'a voice' preparing for the Messiah. .'All to Jesus,I...
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