God Has Deadlines Too!

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Expiring time, end time, deadline…all of these simply mean that the items at hand have gone bad or are no longer needed. The same applies to us as humans; there reaches a point in our lives where we get fed up with other people and decide to give them two options, to change or leave and never come back. These options always have a duration, and when the “deadline ” is…Keep Reading

Who is your favourite Bible character?

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It is hard to choose a favourite character from the multitude of characters in the Bible, and every person is bound to have their favourite. Personally, I look towards Joseph (no, not the father of Jesus though he is also a close favourite, but Jacobs son) as one of my favourite characters. Despite being from the Old Testament, the tribulations of Joseph closely mirrors the tribulations that a Christian will…Keep Reading

What is baptism and why it is important to Christians

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In the world of today, it is not uncommon to find Christians who have never been baptized. However, the Bible teaches us that baptism is very important, as it is the first step of discipleship (Acts 8:26-39). Therefore, it is fundamentally important to know what baptism really is and why it is so important to the Christian community. Baptism is like a symbol that shows that one has declared his…Keep Reading

How Listening to the Holy Spirit Helps You Navigate Life’s Obstacles

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In the Bible, God contrasts being filled with the Spirit with being drunk. Somebody who is drunk with wine or alcohol is controlled by and consumed by alcohol. But somebody who is “drunk in the Spirit” is controlled and consumed by the Spirit, who helps us live holy lives. The Holy Spirit will testify of Jesus, will testify of truth, will war against your carnal nature, will convict of sin,…Keep Reading

What is fasting and why you should do it

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God considers fasting important. In fact, the Bible contains no less than 92 mentions of instances where people fasted to ask for forgiveness or receive Gods grace. As Christians, Jesus set a clear examples for us, as he fasted regularly, even going as far as to officially start his ministry with prayer and fasting. Prayer and fasting is defined as voluntarily going without food in order to focus on prayer…Keep Reading

What Is Stopping You from Sharing Your Faith?

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Jesus has called on everyone who follows Him to take the Gospel message to the world. Yet recent studies show that only two percent of evangelical Christians actually evangelize. What stops us from sharing our faith with others? One of the main reasons is that few people enjoy conflict. We want to get along with others, and it is much easier to stick to topics where we can agree, or…Keep Reading

The role of the Holy Spirit

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The Christian holiday of Pentecost, which is celebrated on the 50th day after the weekly Sabbath during the Feast of Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:15), commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks, as described in the Acts of the Apostles. The Pentecost is an important holiday because it represents when God extended…Keep Reading

Lessons we should learn from Easter

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Now that Easter is over, it is time for some healthy introspection. Easter is an important holiday for Christians as it reminds of redemption. It is the day we remember God’s sacrifice so that humankind could be saved from sin and eternal damnation. From Good Friday to Easter Monday, we learn several lessons as Christians. The first is that physical suffering is a part of our lives. Throughout the years,…Keep Reading

Why is Good Friday called “good friday”?

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To most Christians Good Friday is an important holiday on the christian calendar with only Christmas coming before it in terms of importance though this may be subject to debate. To celebrate the coming Easter we have decided to explore briefly the history of this important holiday. “6 You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. 7 Very rarely will anyone…Keep Reading

Keep growing Eph.4: 7- 16

Keep growing Eph.4: 7- 16

Call to worship Ephesians 4:15. “We are to grow up in every way into Him who is the head” We all desire to grow, expand and increase. Life is all about perspectives, you have freedom to choose between what is optional or mandatory. God wants us to grow up, mature and develop the characteristics of Jesus Christ. It is a tragedy to remain at the same levels all the time….Keep Reading