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THE OTHER SIDE OF EATING HIS WORD AS FOOD

Eating the Word of God as food simply means, “listening attentively, assimilating and digesting the word of God which one hears or reads” (eg. Lk.10:38-39,41-42).   It is very obvious that one of those qualities which the majority of Christians lack badly is this issue of eating the word of God. But how can we be saved, charged Read more about THE OTHER SIDE OF EATING HIS WORD AS FOOD[…]

THE SIDE OF LOVE FOR GOD

It is obvious that the attitude many professed believers carry about in the Church is that of neutrality, neither loving nor hating. They have this attitude both toward God and the brethren. But this attitude is not acceptable to God, given the fact of His express command on loving God and the neighbour (Deut.6:4,5; 10:12; Matt.22:36-39). As Read more about THE SIDE OF LOVE FOR GOD[…]

THE OTHER SIDE OF COMPASSION FOR THE IGNORANT AND LOST

This is yet another aspect of the other side of life that we must experience. The major fault that has made many people to be inactive or passive in the face of clear danger for the multitudes around them is “lack of compassion” (Lk.10:31-37). Let’s consider the following:-   The World of wounded and needy Read more about THE OTHER SIDE OF COMPASSION FOR THE IGNORANT AND LOST[…]

The Vision Of The Christian Leader

In the matter of the vision the Christian leader must put-on, there is a case study that suffices – Paul the apostle had the vision of continuing in his ministry and reaching heaven at last. He was crucified to the world and conquered by Christ, so the true minster must have the vision of being crucified to the Read more about The Vision Of The Christian Leader[…]

The Vision Of The Christian Worker

The one that is already a Christian worker cannot do without vision. There is the vision of the 3-fold End-Time Project mentioned earlier to lay to heart. There is the vision of serving and reaching heaven and not be lost at last (1Cor.9:26-27). Also there is the vision of not losing the reward for labour put-in (1Cor.3: 9-15). Besides, Read more about The Vision Of The Christian Worker[…]

The Vision Of The New Convert or Believer

All those who newly became regenerated or children of God through repentance from dead works and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 20:20-21; Heb.6:1), cannot afford to continue without putting on vision. There is a lot of vision for him/her to put on. A few of such visions are as follows:- (i) being true ambassadors Read more about The Vision Of The New Convert or Believer[…]

The Vision of the Unregenerate or Backslider 

 The unregenerate, that is, the sinner must put on some vision which lead him/her to salvation. The following case study will help to prove the point.   Ruth was a Moabitish lady who got married to an Israelite who migrated from Israel to the land of Moab because of famine (Ruth 1:1-4). On the death Read more about The Vision of the Unregenerate or Backslider […]

Crave And Pray For What Is Lacked Till It Is Granted

Many times, people of God come to the Lord in shabby prayers, seeking these precious things. Many, through dullness of mind, not seeing their need, not seeing themselves in the right perspective, shy away from the type of prayers that are usually not refused (cp Lk.11:5-10; Isa.38:1-4; Matt.26:75).   It must be realized that we are talking of Read more about Crave And Pray For What Is Lacked Till It Is Granted[…]

Realize That The Leopard Cannot Change His Spot

Naturally, all men are incapacitated. The greatest or wisest of men could be slain by a very small, but insurmountable habit. (Jer.13:23)   We must realize that we can do nothing of ourselves (Jn.15:5; 2Cor.3:5). If we must be changed or passed over to the other side, it must by the Lord (1Cor.4:7; 2Cor.3:5).   On realizing Read more about Realize That The Leopard Cannot Change His Spot[…]

Repent Of Any Indulgence That May Have Led To The Lack

Sometimes, it is the habits one is messed by that hinder one from being what God wants one to be.   In such a circumstance, the person needs to earnestly repent, confess and renounce such indulgence (Pro.28:13; Jer.3:13; 1Jn.1:9; Isa.22:12; Lk.13:2,3; Acts. 17:30).   We must therefore repent of any indulgence whatever that has hindered us all this while.