Archives for January 2013

Simplicity of Faith

The Secret Strength of the Unknown People of God

Have you ever felt small and perhaps useless to God in his kingdom? Others seem to be used mightily by God, going places and doing things, while you stay stuck where you are and are hidden, unnoticed, and seeming to do little for God. Not that you necessarily want to be famous or more noticed (or maybe you do?) but simply more active and doing things for God. Here is what God has shown me about that when I succumb to this attitude.

My Catholic Faith

We should always remember that Jesus is alive, which means we are praying to a true living God. Jesus’ birth and death is history , a fact that proves his eternal love for all of us. Instead of arguing which church is the real one, why can we just pray to him and let him overpowered us, so that all of our doubts erased. And if we only allow Jesus to enter unto us, just simply define the true meaning of love which serves a the key to find the truth behind the sacrifices of Christ.
I encourages everyone to study deeply and humbly the life of Jesus in order to understand My Catholic Faith.

Unfair Attacks on Healing Ministries

There are more people than ever today who are seeking to minister divine healing in the name of Jesus to others. A few are very high profile, masters of media as it were, television evangelists such as Benny Hinn, but the majority are regular folk who faithfully serve a supernatural God. We serve a living God. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever, according to Hebrews 13:8.

Thoughts on Sickness and Discerning the Lord’s Body

There is a rather intriguing and mysterious passage in the Bible found in the book of 1 Corinthians chapter 11, in which Paul seeks to correct some of the abuses that were happening in relation to the Lord's supper. Paul's main concern seems to be that this celebration of the Lord's Supper should be done in a way pleasing to God. This is because Jesus Christ Himself commanded it to be done. And Paul writes:

The “Radical Grace” Teaching – Reformation or Deformation?

There is a teaching becoming popular in Christendom today which is known by some of its adherents as the "Radical Grace" message. This message is being presented as a message of liberation from all the horrible legalistic bondage that "religious" Christians get caught up in when they struggle to overcome sin. According to this message, we can relax because all we need to do is believe that Jesus has taken care of everything for us – there is really nothing for us to do in order to be saved.

They Do Not Know Their Right Hand from Their Left

I was watching two dead people. What I was actually doing was watching a movie. Though fairly recent, it was made long enough ago that things had changed drastically in the meantime in the real world. Two of the stars in that movie no longer were as they were. One was the child star of the movie, still famous today. I won’t give her name, but if I did, I am sure most of you would recognize it instantly. The other was the woman who played her mother–in real life, a sweet person who enjoyed life but whose life was unexpectedly ended in a freak accident.

False teachers and their oppostition to God’s stewardship, administration, and dispensation.

I would like to share some insights that the Spirit of Christ Jesus has recently shared with me. My hope is that you are edified and that Jesus is glorified by this time of sharing. 1 Timothy 1:4 says that Neither give heed to fables and endless genealogies which minister questions, rather than godly edifiying which is in faith: so do. Heeding the questions that are generated by a fase teacher is in total contrast, the total reverse of God’s plans to further the Gospel of Christ Jesus. The word edifying means in the Greek stewardship, administration and dispensation.

God’s Word In Your Mouth

Our words have a job to do in our lives. Now, I know that there’s people that believe that words are insignificant, but let’s see what The Bible says. In Matthew 12:36 Jesus said, “But I say to you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgement.” That word idle means inactive or unemployed. So, our words should be doing something. It would be unjust for God to hold us accountable for our words not doing anything if they don’t have the power to do anything. So, obviously God thinks our words should be doing something.

Victory over mischief.

I am a student at Mccann School of Business and Technology in Carlisle, Pa. Today as I took a break from my introduction to economics class my brand new textbook for the class was stolen and replaced with a used one or the cover damaged to give that impression. It was obviously done by one of my classmates here at Mccann, while the others present said nothing about it. The classroom had a number of persons still in the room no doubt. Any way you twist it it was a mischievious work of sin. The book of Ezekiel, chapter 11 and the book of Proverbs condemn this practice.

 

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