CAN WE AFFECT GOD’S PLAN TO SAVE PEOPLE?

It all started with deep heart rendering questions in my heart. Why, when God truly wants to save souls and I sincerely want to play my part in that, there are not as many finances available as we would need to fully achieve that goal? I was serving God as a senior pastor in Romania […]

The Prince of this World, Money, and the Rapture

The Prince of This World, Money, and the Rapture There is a sobering connection between how one views money and where one will spend eternity. To see this connection, simply ask yourself, “What was it that led Judas to betray Jesus and thus lose his soul?” Scripture itself answers this question for us: It was […]

Growing Pains in the Early Church

I was reading this morning once again the passage from Acts Chapter 6:1-7, which talks about a problem the Early Church encountered. Basically what happened this. On the Day of Pentecost, a lot of Jewish people from the Diaspora had come to Jerusalem to celebrate the Feasts, and they believed the gospel as Peter and […]

Items/Cash returned after robbery

It was the weekend and I had a bit too much to drink at my friends 25th birthday party in New York City. I don’t recollect leaving the bar and I when I reached my apt in NYC, three guys including a girl helped me to the apt (they came right inside the apt where I live with my sister). When I woke up in the afternoon, I realized my watch and Ipod on me and so was a $110 in cash from my wallet missing. The shades in my apartment which I had recently purchased for $275 was also missing.

Prayer Pastoring – Chapter 2 – Grace

This is the second chapter of our eBook
on Prayer Pastoring. The first chapter dealt with step one praying
for mercy. We often have judgements against us that halt our prayers
for ourselves therefore we need God’s mercy. Without mercy our
prayers are hindered. We often mistake opposition as coming from
spiritual warfare but many times it is coming from God himself and we
are reaping what we have sown. This opposition is the judgement of
God. Chapter one explains this process.

 

Beware of Covetousness

The tenth commandment says "You shall not covet", and we hardly ever hear any preaching on this commandment, but God has not revoked it. In fact we see something in the New Testament that if we believed it without reservation, it would put the fear of God into us. Paul said:

"For this you know, that no fornicator, unclean person, nor covetous man, who is an idolater, has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God."
 (Ephesians 5:5)

Dare to Have Relationship with God – by Evangelist Rambabu

If you remember nothing else about this book, please remember this chapter. Although all that you have read until now is very exciting, what makes it all happen is contained in this chapter.

Our relationship with God is the key that unlocks everything that is His best for us into our lives. It is the key to every successful ministry. We read in Psalms 84:1-12:

How lovely is your dwelling-place, O Lord Almighty! My soul yearns, even faints, for the courts of the lord; my heart and my flesh cry out for the living God.

Partnership in the Gospel – by P.S. Rambabu

Partnership in the Gospel

Some relatively simple – but hard-hitting – questions are posed by Paul in Romans 10:14-15:

How, then, can they call on the one they have nol believed in? And how can they believe in tin- one of whom they have not heard? And how can (hey hear without someone preaching to them’.’ And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!”

The answer to each question is equally simple, “They cannot.” A person cannot hear and believe without someone proclaiming the gospel message to them.

Your Dreams can be Resurrected

As I travel around the world preaching the gospel in numerous churches and cities, time and time again I see first-hand the searing pain felt by people with unfulfilled dreams. Some have heard of our exploits in the mission field to which we have devoted our lives and it convicts them in their hearts.

Tear-filled eyes gaze at me after services as these people bare their hearts to me, confessing that God called them to reach the nations years ago. “I wish I had gone,” they sigh.

Effects of Preaching the Gospel

The doctors say that perfect eyesight is 20/20 – vision.
When I read Acts 20:20 one day it brought a vision that changed my life. From that day I have followed the 20/20 vision!

 

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