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Thursday, 13 September 2007 22:00

Forgiveness - 98% or...

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The church began to argue and fight about the matter. So they decided to have a meeting. As the people made their arguments and tensions increased, the meeting was getting completely out of hand.

The young woman became very upset about all the things being brought up about her past.

As she began to cry the pastor's son stood to speak. He could not bear the pain it was causing his wife to be. He began to speak and his statement was this: "My fiance's past is not what is on trial here. What you are questioning is the ability of the blood of Jesus to wash away sin. Today you have put the blood of Jesus on trial."

Sunday, 09 September 2007 22:00

HE IS GOD!

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I received this article from a friend of mine, Dennis from Nigeria. He got it from sombody else. Some of you even read this story before, receiving it from somebody else. But I liked it so much that I wanted to share it with you. It is an uplifting story, that brings healing and hope to my soal. (The editor)


King David GOD changed the status of David from a Shepherd boy to king of Israel, Esther from a slave girl to a Queen and Joseph from a prisoner to the first (and only foreigner to become) Prime Minister of Egypt ..

That same God will give you a new designation very soon in Jesus name.

In chemistry he turned water to wine, in biology he was born without the normal conception, in physics he disapproved the law  of gravity when he ascended into heaven, in economics he disapproved the law of diminishing return by feeding 5000 men with two fishes & 5 loaves of bread, in history he is the beginning & the end, in Government he said that he shall be called wonderful counselor, prince of peace, in religion he said no one comes to the father except through him so who is he.(JESUS).

Greeting in the wonderful and mighty name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
We praise the Lord for His abundance and glory upon you and your ministries world wide, we also rejoice in the Spirit for you as Lord is using you in the flow of His Spirit to deliver His precious people all over the Globe.

Dear minister of the Lord, we really appreciate your concerns for Pakistan evangelism and for the ministers ministering in Pakistan.

Our activities in these days are going really fine and we moving forward in the field as we are lead by the Spirit. Our ministry is greatly involved in the outreaches meetings and Crusades and we are trying to cover all the surrounding areas and taking the team over there every week in villages and rural areas. In last two months we have baptized 70 people who have repented from their sin full life and have accepted Lord Jesus Christ as their personal savor.

Thursday, 30 August 2007 21:00

Can a Good Lawyer Be a Good Christian

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You can find articles at the Internet about practically anything. Example this article about lawyers and Christians.

This is a book review:

Can a Good Christian Be a Good Lawyer?: Homilies, Witnesses & Reflections. Thomas E. Baker and Timothy W. Floyd, eds., University of Notre Dame Press, 1998. 206 pp. $20.00.

This volume, perhaps better named Can a Good Lawyer Be a Good Christian, is written by lawyers, about lawyers, and largely for lawyers. It consists of essays collected by Professors Baker and Lloyd of the Texas Tech Law School. The legally-trained essayists are denominational diverse and equally diverse in legal experience. They are litigators, judges, transactional attorneys, legal aid lawyers, and lobbyists; some also hold divinity degrees.

Some essays are general discourses on the title question. Most, however, describe anecdotal the manner in which the writers strive to be good Christians as well as good lawyers. This book is not exactly a page-turner, and the essays, many annotated like appellate briefs, are best read selectively, a few at a time. While the volume is slanted toward professionals, non-lawyers may enjoy learning that at least some attorneys, caricatured in tiresome lawyer jokes, work hard to live their faith while practicing law.

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3664/is_199904/ai_n8848691

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Tuesday, 28 August 2007 21:00

The Bible must be studied and read for what it is God

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"You are a very busy person with a lot to do. You don't have time to do all you need to do as it is." "You already believe in Jesus Christ. You already heard the Gospel." "Why should you spend time reading the Bible?"

First of all because reading the Bible, makes you get to know God better as His Child.


john.eltc124l.jpgThe Bible must be read and studied because it is God’s word to you. 2 Timothy 3:16 states that the Bible is "God-breathed." Do you want to know your purpose in life? From where did you come? Is there life after death for you? After death, what? What is heaven and what are the entrance requirements’? Why does God permit the evil in the world? How can you make "good things" happening for you, and your fellow man?

Every newborn baby need food to grow.

To grow in your spiritual life, and to grow as a Christian, you need spiritual food.

Sunday, 26 August 2007 21:00

Too Busy for God

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ImageA Charleston Southern University School of Business study concludes Christians worldwide are simply becoming too busy for God. The Obstacles to Growth Survey found that globally more than 40% of Christians say they “often” or “always” rush from task to task. About 60% say it's “often” or “always” true that the busyness of life gets in the way of developing their relationship with God. While busyness afflicts both men and women, the distraction from God is more likely to afflict men. Pastors (65%) are the most likely rush from task to task and experience adverse effects in developing their relationship with God.
Christian Post 7/30/07

Wednesday, 22 August 2007 21:00

5 Tips for divine healing

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The cross of health and wellnessWhether you are sick or you know somebody that are sick, this article can help you receive healing for you and your family.

Many people are suffering from different kind of diseases, like Diabetes, Heart Diseases, cancer, Back and Neck Injuries, Allergies, Circulation Diseases, Hormonal Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Sleep Disorders, Arthritis conditions. Just to mention a few.

  • Imagine feeling completely rested every morning eager to face the world again!
  • Imagine being set free of the pain and fear!
  • Imagine having more energy to deal with the challenges and issues of the day with renewed  vigor and confidence!
  • Imagine a sharper mental capacity and being able to enjoy life literally, socially, and physically!

You ask if this is possible?

The answer the Bible gives you is a very clear: YES!

Saturday, 11 August 2007 21:00

Our calling

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As a christian we are called to follow Jesus. Sometimes this will bring us in to storms and high waters.

Why not help us by always keep the wether nice and the waters calm?

 

Why does God do this with us?

 

ImageWe should not only be followers of Christ, but we are his body here on earth. We are his representative if you will. To be able to do the work of The Father for us, we must have the same quality in us as Jesus. The Holy Spirit is makeing the Christ life in us, makeing us to be like Christ. Difficult and sometime hard situations are transformeing us to get the Christ charakter, if we will let it. The way we allow the Holy Spirit to work in us, will determen the result in our life: Blessings from God or a bitter heart.

Published at EzineArticles.com 

Thursday, 09 August 2007 21:00

How Can I Successfully “Resist the Devil”?

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Resisting the evil and submit under GodSermon Summary: The bible tells us to resist the devil. Fine, but what does that actually mean? Some Christians erroneously think that determination and will power will suffice. Others shout at the devil, but with predictably discouraging results. Still others invoke “formulas” that they know in their heads but don’t truly believe in their hearts. To gain the ability to resist the devil successfully will require much of you, but the results will be dramatic!

Tuesday, 31 July 2007 21:00

What about all my mistakes?

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Can God use me, in spite of all my mistakes?

cross of Jesus symbol of a paid misstakeI know that I have done a lot of things over the years, that not always have been wise to do. But I have always had a heart to serve God. The problem for me have been that there were nobody that guided me, or nobody I could ask ALL the questions that came to my mind.

The Holy Spirit has thought me ONE important thing!

May be God has allowed me to do all this mistakes, so I could be able to help others, and teach others, or there was something in my character that God wanted to change. Whatever the reason, The Holy Spirit has thought me ONE important thing. This ONE thing is what have kept me close to God over all this years, whatever situation I have got my self in to.

And many times, a long time after the problems ended, I have discovered blessings that God has given me because of the problems and mistakes. But you know, it has not been easy to see the blessings, when I have been in the middle of it all.

mistake can make confusionJames 1:2-4
My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; Knowing [this], that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have [her] perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing.

Because we can easy get ourself in to negative situations when we TRY to serve God, without understanding how The Holy Spirit works in our life.  And when we do make mistakes, God is always there to help us out of the situation again, even though it may take some time.

You will find This ONE thing in... (Yes please read on, because this WILL help your ministry!)

 

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