by stephanie reck We live in a society where worth and value is measured by our possessions, position, and power. So many women struggle against the strain of trying to keep up and compare themselves to other women who seem to have it all. As women, we feel we are not worthy and valuable when […]
by Sue Darling The choice of friends are extremely important, because they influence us most strongly. If we want to be ready when Jesus comes for us personally when our hour arrives or at the rapture, we must be ready or He will not take us. A friend can influence you into gossip, excessive drinking, […]
by Stephen Kimball What makes a man? In some cultures, a child is believed to make the transition to manhood at the ripe old age of 13. In the minds of many in this country the arbitrary age is 18, when you can enter military service. Some people believe the age to be 21, when […]
by Max Aplin At the last meal the Lord Jesus ate before His crucifixion, He took some bread, broke it and gave it to His disciples to share. He also took a cup of wine and gave it to them to share. The bread and wine referred to His forthcoming death, the bread symbolising His […]
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by Olawale Ogunsola One sad thing about being a Christian NOWADAYS is that it attracts many adjectives that proves that there are many types of Christians. I don’t know of many Jesus Christs. Followers of Jesus Christ were known as His disciples. They followed Him closely and intimately. Everywhere they went, people could see that […]
by Donna Wittlif “Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith” (Hebrews 12:2, NIV). The last several weeks, heads have been rolling—heads of the rich and powerful in entertainment, government, and media. Many have trusted and even idolized these so-called foundations of our society. These men believed they would never fall. […]
by Jerry Ousley There it was – The entire truth of the matter! I thought I had done it already and that it was forever in the past and then once again there it was staring me right in the face and it wasn’t pretty. I’m talking about forgiveness. A man, well, a minister, had […]
by Laetitia King The words entered my spirit as I was listening to an inspirational teaching at an annual intercessory conference. I was quite taken aback by the truth. Never before did I consider myself as a source of revival. To be honest, I felt nauseas from being pregnant and could barely keep my eyes […]
by James Webb “…It is my Father who gives you the true bread from heaven. The bread of God is the One who comes down from heaven. He gives life to the world. … I am the bread of life. No one who comes to me will ever go hungry.” – John 6:32b-33, 35a (NIRV) […]
(BPT) - Locking doors and windows and leaving a light on used to deter criminals from breaking into homes when you were away on vacation, but our obsession with sharing photos and experiences in real time on social media has created a whole new securit...