Posts from June 2011

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Parenting, welcome the obvious

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When you think of parenting, esp to the novice, it becomes a bewildering subject!. When you first start to parent it can become an overwhelming task. First, you start with the obvious: diapers, schedules, feeding, sleeping routines, and much more. Then, you start with teaching, discipline, correcting, training, etc. (not to mention the praying you […]

Before Christ, how did people acquire salvation? For example: Abraham

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Q1. Before Christ, how did people acquire salvation?  For example: Abraham Q2. As Christians we believe that anyone who does not believe in Christ will perish.  So what happens to the Jews?  They believe in God. First question you’ve got the right person to begin with. Abraham is considered the father of faith for good […]

Sanctification, a purification process

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My dear ones, listen to the words of Peter in 1 Peter 1:1-2: 1. “Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ,To the pilgrims of the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia, 2elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, in sanctification of the Spirit, for obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace […]

A Dearth of food in the land

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“Back in Britain, almost two generations ago, I heard it declared that the minister’s first priority is to teach, and the second priority is to teach, and the third priority is to teach. More than fifty years of not doing this have inevitably hastened the decline of interest in the Bible and in effect promoted […]

Suffering for the Glory of God

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“Christians quite often live out their lives in personal pain, with unresolved problems and in terribly unfair situations. Prophecy reminds us of the goodness of God by showing that He has written the final chapter on the human condition, which presently includes suffering and pain. If this life and this world were all there was, […]

Shallow Preaching begets shallow People

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“I’ve watched congregations get healthy and grow closer together under the faithful teaching of the Scriptures. I’ve also watched congregations drift and die as the pulpit became shallow, trendy, and biblically weak.” Chuck Swindoll, Dallas Connection, Autumn, 1997 (Vol.5, No.2) as quoted by Dr Richard Grubbs in IFCA, Voice Magazine, Theology to Doxology: Forging the […]