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  1. Pondering Mark 9:1

    Mark 9:1: He [Jesus] said to them, Amen I tell you: “There are some standing here who will not taste death into they see the kingdom of God come with power”. The verse above, I believe, has immediate inferences for the daily walk of the Christian. To know those, we should ask ourselves, (1) Have I experienced this power? (2). What does it mean to experience this power in a kingdom setting? (3) Why did just make this assertion about the kingdom of God and the power found within...
  2. Understanding Christ: A Look Through The Book Of Luke - Luke 12

    It's the twelfth day of the Luke challenge and we are already halfway into this journey and it has been a journey of transformation occasioned by new lights been shed on the word of God! I have a deep affinity for God's word but in the last 12 days or so that affinity has been taking to new heights as I attempt to read the Luke gospel all over again. David said, "Oh I how to love thy word, it is my meditation all day" (Psalm 119:97). This has been my experience the past 12 days, more than...
  3. What Jesus Teaches About The Kingdom Of Heaven

    Jesus came to earth to save all of mankind from death caused by unrighteousness. We are all sinners, and for that reason we are unable to live eternally with God. Because of God’s great love for his creation, he sent his Son to die on the cross as payment for our sins. When we place our faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we receive salvation – and we are granted eternal life. This is the basic truth of Christianity. During the early days of the ministry of Jesus, he...
  4. Who You Say I Am

    Hillsong Worship Who You Say I Am Who am I that the highest King Would welcome me? I was lost but He brought me in Oh His love for me Oh His love for me Who the Son sets free Oh is free indeed I'm a child of God Yes I am Free at last, He has ransomed me His grace runs deep While I was a slave to sin Jesus died for me Yes He died for me Who the Son sets free Oh is free indeed I'm a child of God Yes I am In my Father's house There's a place for me I'm a child of God Yes I...
  5. Gone

    December 24, 2019, is a day that will forever be etched in my memory. We didn't get to go home to be with my family again for Christmas, so we had planned on gathering with the hub's side of the family in our hometown. I was up til wee hours of the morning getting our Ugly Christmas sweaters prepped for a contest the next day. I had mentioned making cookies as well for the cookie exchange, but the hubs said it would probably be better to wait until the morning so they would be nice and...
  6. A Face In The Crowd

    A face in the crowd In the crowd, the milling thousands, people and their humanity are lost, yet there are times when I see a face, a woman, a child or an older man, or woman, rushing along carried by the stream of humanity, preoccupied with their own worries and pain, or perhaps reliving some joy or another, yet to me, it can just be a face, seen once and then forgotten. They have no name, just someone rushing by, or if I am part of the throng avoiding me, stepping aside no eye contact,...
  7. The Practical Christian - Satan.

    satan He was the first of many to become corrupted by his selfish identity and the first to fall from the heights of splendor and Grace. He was beautiful not in the sense of curves and lines but by the Light that reflected and refracted through him just like light glimmering off the surface of a pond or that of a diamond. And with his corruption; he became not only an outcast but the enemy of God’s will, His Throne and Kingdom. His name was Lucifer. The Light bearer!
  8. Today's Christian Religion

    "Then Jesus spoke to the crowds and to His disciples: "The scribes and Pharisees sit in Moses' seat. So, practice and observe everything they tell you. But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach. They tie up heavy, burdensome loads and lay them on men's shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to lift a finger to move them. All their deeds are done for men to see. They broaden their phylacteries and lengthen their tassels. They love the places of honor at...
  9. Understanding Christ: A Look Through The Book Of Luke - Luke 11

    THE GOSPEL OF PRAYERS It's not difficult to label the book of Luke as the 'gospel of prayer'. More than any other book of the gospels, the gospel of Luke took time to expound on the prayer life of Jesus! Right from Luke 3 when Jesus was baptized the Bible said as he was praying the heavens opened up and there was an outpouring of God's Spirit upon Jesus thereafter a voice came from heaven and gave approval to the master! It didn't stop here. In Luke 4 Jesus went praying and fasting for 40...
  10. What Jesus Teaches About Weeds

    Jesus teaches that the Word of God is a seed that will grow the kingdom of God (Luke 8:11). In another parable, Jesus expands this understanding when he lets us know we have an enemy who, at the same time, is planting seeds that are full of weeds. In other words, the devil is doing his best to disrupt the kingdom of God by growing weeds that disrupt the church. Jesus is teaching us that we are in a constant battle between good and evil. “Jesus presented another parable to them, saying,...
  11. See A Victory

    Elevation Worship See A Victory The weapon may be formed, but it won't prosper When the darkness falls, it won't prevail 'Cause the God I serve knows only how to triumph My God will never fail Oh, my God will never fail I'm gonna see a victory I'm gonna see a victory For the battle belongs to You, Lord I'm gonna see a victory I'm gonna see a victory For the battle belongs to You, Lord (oh yeah) There's power in the mighty name of Jesus Every war He wages He will win I'm not...
  12. Pondering Joshua 22:9-34

    Bible Gateway passage: Joshua 22:9-34 - Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) Are you asking God for the correct attitude to take towards denominational difference. Do those differences bother, concern or distract you. I was much helped about this matter after I read the above Scripture passage today. Immediately after the reading, I had the assurance I needed as to what attitude I should take about denominations. I won't delve into the specifics of that answer. But I ask, could you...
  13. Evil Is Truly The Great Banality

    Evil is truly the great Banality “Imaginary evil is romantic and varied; real evil is gloomy, monotonous, barren, boring. Imaginary good is boring; real good is always new, marvelous, intoxicating.” ― Simone Weil When I was in the Navy, people often made fun of those who were on some kind of disciplined spiritual path. They believed that they must be unhappy not doing what many others were doing. Yet those who sought only to have a good time were the ones who were unhappy, at least from...
  14. Understanding Christ: A Look Through The Book Of Luke - Luke 10

    Luke's gospel started on the same note as Luke 9. This was another call to evangelism, as Jesus sent out his disciples to go and preach to the surrounding cities. On the first look, Luke 10 almost looks like a repetition of Luke 9 except that someone will say that the numbers differ. In Luke 9 the twelve known and close disciples were sent out. In Luke 10 however, it was seventy disciples that were sent out! Is that where the difference ends? Certainly not. THE CITY THRUST Luke 10:1-2...
  15. Options?

    We so often hear of a gospel of salvation. A different gospel than the Gospel of the Kingdom? That would explain why a religion called Christianity was formed where within denominations could focus on their own brand of salvation rather than putting the will of God before our own, thus loving all as self. The latter is easy for the servant and slave but not so for those who have power, wealth, or oppress in the world of man, seeking gain at the expense of others. They instead prefer the...
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