Love From A Biblical Perspective
Typically if you would ask someone what is love, his response might be simpler to this, love is a funny feeling you get in side of you, you might break out in sweat when that person is around, your heart beats funny, your eyes get glossary, you think about the person all the time, or you might get tongue tied when that person is near. Well none of the above is the bible’s definition of love.To Live We Must First Die
Christ lived the life he lived in order that he might die the death that he died. He died the death that he died so that we might have an opportunity to live the life that he lived.Visions of Harmonious Revival
Just as much the themes of harmonisation prevail upon any relational forum – international and regional relations, nationhood, denominations, churches, leadership teams, marriages, and even in the intrapersonal sphere. Peace and righteousness are harmonisation’s engineers. Peace and righteousness are the deft creators of harmony’s finery. Peace and righteousness are chisels in the hands of God.How Can We Know That God Is For Us?
I realize that sometime things can happen to us that may cause us to think that God is not on our side. Even in the lives of Christian things can happen that we would need to focus and stand on His word in spite of what we see happening to us and sometimes this is not as easy thing to do.How to Relate to the People of Mexico
See time tested ways in which you can better relate to Mexicans. These are especially useful for short term mission teams serving in Mexico.Daily Horoscopes Based On Zodiacs And Numerology
Quickly scanning the column of daily horoscopes just before leaving for work is a routine for many people. It is not a conscious routine but a compelling habit.How Short Term Mission Trips Change Lives
See how experiencing another culture and seeing life from a different perspective can change your life. Here’s my story of how a mission trip changed me forever.Losing Focus
Many people drown needlessly because they struggle inside waters when the same current of the flood can thrust them out of the waters! While He was still speaking, someone came from the ruler of the synagogue’s house, saying to him, “Your daughter is dead.”Far Away From the Lord, But Ever So Close
The place of grace receives us without an iota of condemnation. Where our self-righteousness compelled us, ironically, to eventual self-condemnation, now this place of grace insists we’re freed. Nothing feels better.If ONLY – I Had Not Done It!
What an awful “If ONLY” cry from the heart this is! Here, I face a serious subject – deep remorse. And I aim to help you get out of those depths, even if that does not sound possible. Many people have done all manner of things, and then suffered deep regret. They were led perhaps by the thrill, the lure, the sheer wickedness seemed so enticing – or into an argument, or whatever, and now they live with regrets. Perhaps there is just one particular thing – that one sin that ruined everything. And now you are left with haunting memories and consequences. In this article I am trying to do two things. The first is to help you see the big picture of what you have done. You may find this insight helpful. The second is to share what may bring some measure of peace and understanding to your heart and mind.In The Bible Did Jesus Ever Get Angry?
Yes in the bible Jesus did get angry but He did not sin. The word of God said be angry but sin not and this is what Jesus did on several different occasions.To Those Things Which Cannot Be Shaken May Remain
“Whose voice then shook the earth: but now he hath promised, saying, Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven. And this word, Yet once more, signifieth the removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that are made, that those things which cannot be shaken may remain.” In today’s world we can no longer believe what our fellow man has to say, our politicians have only one thing in mind, that is to be reelected and hold their power for another period of time, our neighbors are not those that live next…