Are the Ten Commandments Still Relevant for Christians Today?
Are the ten commandments of God still relevant today? Or have the commandments been abolished by Christ Jesus? In this article I will explain why the ten commandments are still relevant today for Christians.Receive Your Healing (1)
I just came back from a revival meeting in one of our churches in the Niger Delta area. After preaching on Sunday morning, I made an altar call to pray for the sick and I was so shocked that almost everybody in that hall came out.The Rapture Has Already Started
Now that there is no more time, the rapture has already started. Christians who believe in the second coming of Christ have, depending on the Christian group, mapped out their own time table on how the Lord will come again.There has been talks of the trumpet sounds, the rapture, resurrection of the dead, the Armageddon war,the first and second death, and so on.The Jewish Temple: Ready to Be Rebuilt and Its Role in End-Times Prophecy
Leading Jewish Rabbis are announcing that everything has been prepared for the rebuilding of the Jewish temple in Jerusalem. What does this mean, and why is this declaration significant, particularly for the fulfillment of end-times prophecy? This article explains.What Is The Jezebel Spirit? Ten Ways To Recognize The Spirit of Control and Defeat It
One of the strategies that the devil uses against us in spiritual warfare is the spirit of control also referred to as the jezebel spirit. The spirit of jezebel is a demonic spirit that ultimately seeks to control and rule over people, especially God’s people and the prophetic ministry.An Invitation to a Jewish Woman in Black
I deplaned in Derbent, a small coastal town on the southern tip of Russia, and I spotted an old lady standing on the sidewalk. She was leaning against a street-light pole catching her breath. Strangely to my eyes, she was dressed in black from head to toe.Removing Chains and Shattering Shackles
I have been outside the box for a number of years now. I have ministered in nursing homes, recovery centers, mission trips to 3rd world countries, and even street evangelism where angles fear to tread. I have seen chains and shackles of all sorts. Now these are not the kind that can be seen with the naked eye but are never-the-less more real. Now we’re talking about shackles of oppression that have paralyzed the mind, and chains of torment that have afflicted the body.Worship – A Lifestyle of Obedience
For many of us, the term ‘worship’ is automatically linked to the various activities that go on in the confines of a church building. The observance of certain rituals such as singing hymns and reciting prayers from a prayer book will be enough to appease our consciences that we’ve performed our religious duties.40 Events for Lent
As we prepare our hearts in the approach of a solemn season for reflection, we can link the need to connect with Jesus, via our repentance, with one activity per day that we would not normally do. This activity then becomes sacred – because we do it cognisant in the Presence of the Lord.So, What’s It Like Being a Firm Atheist?
Not long ago, an acquaintance asked me; “what’s it like being an atheist?” You see, I don’t identify myself as an agnostic, because I just can’t believe that some story that a group of humans came up with is the real skinny, I dare to question authority, the religions of the world, and anyone that wishes to control my mind based on some concocted story, which seems to weave and meander through the ages of human history. So, what’s it like you wonder?Nazareth, Where Christianity Was Born
Nazareth was the city from which Jesus traveled to the Jordan River to be baptized by John. Situated in Lower Galilee, it occupies a natural amphitheater-like setting on the southern slope of Mount Jebel es-Sikh. The ancient section of town features stone homes layered in hanging tiers. The terraces are carved from limestone. It is an attractive town where olive and fig trees flourish and the white facades of buildings shine in the sun. A natural spring runs down the mountainside providing water to the residents of Nazareth.Firm Faith Or Frail, Faltering Feelings?
So, which is it to be? Do you have faith, or would you prefer to rely on your intuition and feelings to guide you in important decisions? Or, should we perhaps try to marry faith and feelings together, not just in a marriage of convenience, but where each constructively supports and complements the other? Are they friends or are they enemies?