It seems easy for some to mock and put the blame on others only to realize at the end, that many of their fellowmen suffer because of the recklessness and the wrongs done by other people.
Through the death of Christ, sin is judged, and God is able to forgive repentant sinners and give them a righteous standing before him.
Since Christ - the only Mediator between God and men - died for all, it is proper to pray for all, and the fact that he died for all is a proof that God desired the salvation of all.
We can have true security if we take God into account and build our lives according to his values.
“For you it has been granted on behalf of Christ, not only to believe in Him, but also to suffer for his sake.” (Philippians 1:29, NKJV) The Philippian church had […]
We must always examine ourselves so we will be aware if we have committed offenses against our God. We don not have to worry because we are assured of his forgiveness.
Sin pays its wages in full but eternal life is God’s gift not wages!
If we endure trials with the right attitude, we will grow in our knowledge and enjoyment of the life God has given us.
Today, we are involved in another battle, a fight against a virus we do not see. We must make sure that when this battle is over, we are still on our feet!
Trusting God not our own wisdom and strength, will surely help us flourish in times such as this.
We are to exercise love towards one another, and in doing so, we should get rid of attitudes and actions that hinder love.
Message of the Day: We Will Be Filled With Admirable Virtues If We Allow God’s Spirit to Control Us!
The way we overcome wrong desires is not by putting ourselves under the law, but by allowing God’s Spirit to direct our lives.
Let us unite and find reason to rejoice and experience God’s peace!
He provides what is best for us, refreshes us continually, and guides them in the way that he knows is right.
There is no kind of healing, whether for body or soul, can come through any but Jesus alone.
May we seek these qualities so we can be more useful to our communities and above all to God, and not fall again to sin from which we were saved.