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What to Do With Your New Christian Life

If you are about to start a new Christian life, there are some basic things that you should know. There are many misconceptions about living a Christian lifestyle that just are not true. It is important to be properly informed and developing a strong relationship with God.

Life’s Purpose and the Truth About Existence

The question of the ages that every person at least casually asks themselves is, “Why am I here and do I have a purpose?” Most people just go on with life and will have to “see what happens when their life ends.” The most significant deception that “floats” through the air is that you cannot know the truth about life.

How to Evoke the Astonishing Power of Prayers

Prayer for a change in condition or circumstance can be challenging, but also rewarding when you fully understand how to direct prayers to change root causes of circumstance. By engaging and directing the Power of Prayers for a turn around in any condition or circumstance, you’ll be evoking one of the most powerful forces in the universe to work specifically for you.

Is the Antichrist Among Us?

The antichrist is a figure understood in basic Christian doctrine who, while being an enemy of Christ, will deceptively resemble him in some manner. He is mentioned various times in the New Testament, sometimes going by different names such as “Man of Sin” or “Son of Perdition.” According to the prophecies, he will rule the entire world for a very short time during the last days. Eventually, he is taken out of power at Christ’s second coming and will be cast into the Lake of Fire where he will spend the rest of eternity.

Are You Greedy? No? How Can You Be So Sure?

What determines whether or not we’re greedy? In Luke 12:13-21, a man wanted part of an inheritance to which he was not entitled, but Jesus told him to watch out for greed, because a man’s life doesn’t consist of the abundance of his possessions. Jesus then told the parable of the rich fool, and it hits too close to home for many of us. Most of us struggle with finances on a daily basis.

Why Shouldn’t We Be Afraid?

In Luke 12:6-7, Jesus makes a couple of analogies in order to give us confidence that God will always be able to take care of our every need. Christ does this by illustrating that God is both all-knowing (omniscient) and all-powerful (omnipotent). If God is concerned about sparrows and each hair on our heads, then he is certainly much more concerned about each of us, who is much more valuable than sparrows or our hair.

Is it Necessary to Bear Fruit?

In Luke 13:6-7, Jesus told the parable of the fig tree. The owner of a vineyard had a hired hand who took care of the trees in the vineyard. The owner regularly checked a particular fig tree for three years, but it never did bear any fruit, so he told his hired hand to cut it down. Likewise, we’re not here just to live out our lives. God has a specific plan for each of us.

Why Do We Worry?

In Luke 12:22-34, Jesus explained to His disciples that we don’t need to worry about things. He said that we don’t need to worry about food to sustain our lives or about clothes for our bodies. He explained that neither does life consist of merely food nor our bodies of clothes. The ravens don’t sow crops, and yet God feeds them. The lilies don’t sew garments for themselves, but God clothes them.

Signs of the End of Days

In Bible prophecy, the end of days is referred to as the period that will take place shortly before the return of Christ. Typically this time period is said to include a 7 year Tribulation which will involve the worst suffering man has ever experienced.

What’s With the Parable of the Shrewd Manager?

Do you understand, or even know anyone who understands, the Parable of the Shrewd Manager that Jesus told in Luke 16:1-15? A fair recount of the parable itself is as follows: A rich man discovered wastefulness in his steward (or we might call this man the rich man’s money manager). As a result of the rich man’s findings, he told the steward that his job was in jeopardy, and he demanded that the steward give an account for himself.

Our Lady of Tears – Siracusa, Sicily August 1953

You cannot visit Syracuse or Siracusa as it is known in Italy, without visiting the Shrine of Our Lady Who Cried. Quite honestly, we were more than a little skeptical, until we discovered all the invaluable, indisputable scientific evidence assuring us it was legitimate. Like Bishop Ettore Baranzini, we have always had reservation when it came to alleged apparitions and purported miracles. Only when Mother Church verifies do we write and make programs.

Don’t Be a Pharisee

In Luke 11:42-53, Jesus warned the Pharisees about six specific things that they were doing, and these warnings still apply to us today. They honored legalism instead of grace, and pride instead of humility. We need to start approaching God like the tax collector (Luke 18:9-14), with bowed heads and repentance.

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