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This weekend everywhere is generally one of the most attended weeks in a church on account of Good Friday and Easter. Take this as an opportunity to make an eternal difference in new people you meet.
We all have dreams since early childhood. Some of them fizzle out over time. So many times we get so caught up in scratching our heads wondering what God’s will is, that we lose focus of who we are in Christ to begin with.
In the famous passage of David and Goliath are keys to rising above situations in our lives that have held us trapped or kept us in fear. My goal and desire in this blog is that you are strengthened to not just overcome, but destroy the giants that stand before you and the destiny that seems to be just out of reach.
A true and sincere faith is not only expressed through the words of our mouth but more importantly through the way that we act in the everyday choices that we make.
Paul was the most recognized travelling speaker of the Gospel at that time. The word tells us Paul was disturbed by what he saw when he came to Greece. There’s a lot we can learn from Paul’s time in Thessalonica that we can apply today when we log in to social media. Read on.
Statistics show that 70% of American males attending a Christian church on a Sunday morning have looked at pornography within the past month. If you are one of them, here are 4 steps to pulverize pornography.
As we read and study the parable of the sower in Luke 8:1-18, it is interesting that Jesus is making the comparison between a farmer sowing actual seed (that reaps physical food), and one who sows the Word of God into the heart of others (that reaps a spiritual harvest). And so one important question that we must ask ourselves, when it comes to sowing the Word the God, who is the sower? Read on.
We’ve all seen enough superhero movies lately. There’s always a situation or a villain causing doubt in the superhero’s mind. We see them struggle and doubt their identity or what they do. Yet we know their potential, what they can accomplish.
It took the Israelites 40 years to travel an eleven-day journey. Here are five reasons why Israel missed the shortest route to the Promised Land.