Category: Christianity

Should we confess our sins?

| January 4, 2012 | Comments (0)

I want you to understand the difference between God’s  parental forgiveness, and His judicial forgiveness. When God withholds his parental forgiveness, he does not put us back under condemnation. Our sins can never count against us again because God has totally forgiven and forgotten them. He cancelled our debt and credited us with the righteousness of Christ. We received this judicial forgiveness […]

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A time like this

| December 31, 2011 | Comments (1)

  Time comes into special focus at the beginning of each New Year. The ten second countdown to midnight launches us instantaneously from the old into the new. Then we have to adjust to the new date writing  ’12 instead of ’11. But after a few days we forget about it being a new year […]

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Mastering your emotions

| December 28, 2011 | Comments (0)

  Emotions are vitally important to us as human beings. They are a God-given part of our personality, providing a richness, colour and depth to our life experience that can be a source of great pleasure. But of course, things can go wrong with our emotions. Negative emotions can be alarming at times and if […]

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Christmas:Understanding the reason behind the season

| December 24, 2011 | Comments (0)

We read in John 1:14, that the “Word became flesh.” The Word is none other than the Divine Word, the Logos of God, and he “became flesh.” That is, the frail, vulnerable flesh common to all humanity. He became so completely human that, despite being God, he was in all respects like us, apart from […]

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The Mystery of Godliness

The Mystery of Godliness

| December 22, 2011 | Comments (0)

The Christmas season is upon us once again! Out with the decorations, in with the cards, the gifts, and the decisions as to where and how we will celebrate this year. As we all know, the ‘packaging’ of this Christian festival sometimes obscures the reality of Christ’s birth and the true reason for the season. But […]

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The Four Faces of God

The Four Faces of God

| December 20, 2011 | Comments (0)

We see in Chapter 1:5, Ezekiel standing on the bank of the river Chebar. He sees in the sky, a vision of the throne of God coming in the distance. Around His throne are living creatures which guard and watch everything in the way. These are amazing creatures. They follow God wherever he goes. There […]

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Spiritual warfare

Spiritual warfare

| December 17, 2011 | Comments (0)

Spiritual warfare involves the whole of our Christian lives. It includes living a holy life, preaching the gospel and praying. Some leaders reject the view that spiritual warfare brings us into conflict with demonic powers. They say that addressing spirits directly is not a form of prayer and that this is outside the bounds of […]

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Affirming the Father’s Love

| December 15, 2011 | Comments (0)

Fatherhood lies at the heart of the Christian faith. Jesus fully and uniquely revealed the nature of God as Father: No one has seen God at any time. The only begotten Son, who is in the bosom of the Father, He has declared Him. John 1:18   This is so familiar to us as Christians […]

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Satan Unmasked:Overcoming the Jezebel spirit at work in your life

| December 14, 2011 | Comments (1)

Few years ago I had returned from a prolonged time of seeking Jesus. The revelation that He gave me was startling and focused on unmasking Satan. In our lives as Christians it is vital that we learn to overcome. I want to help you to discover how the enemy operates and for us together to […]

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Coptic Christians brace for Islamist Takeover in Egypt- an Islamic caliphate with Islamic sharia rules

| December 13, 2011 | Comments (0)

What will be the fruit of the Egyptian revolution of 2011? Coptic Christians are anxiously watching a theological and political battle between Muslim parties expected to win 60% of parliament seats. The struggle will define an emerging political Islam. Fears and worries murmur like prayers beneath the hammered crosses of the Church of the Virgin […]

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