“O Yahweh, You have searched me and known me …” Psalm cxxxix.1 Christian worship must be grounded in one’s personal knowledge of God just as it should be on the basis of our redemption in Jesus Christ. How can we
“… our own assembling together … encouraging one another” Hebrews x.25 For Christians of the first century, ‘church’ wasn’t a place or a weekly show. They considered Church – ekklesia – as a group of sinners redeemed by the blood
Do you look at things according to the outward appearance? 2 Corinthians x.7 As human beings, we are prone to judge others according to their outward appearance. Even at the first glance, we study the outward appearance of people. We
What is highly esteemed among men is an abomination in the sight of God. Luke xvi.15 It is very easy to get caught in a worldly mindset and adopt worldly standards to measure our Christian life and ministry. The Bible
For you, O God have tested us; … yet you have brought us out to a place of abundance. Ps lxvi, 10-12. Our God is a faithful and merciful God. He never leaves any loose end while scripting the story
“Teach me Your paths.” Psalm xxv.4 An attitude of learning is vital to spiritual life and growth. David the Psalmist prayed that God would teach him His ways. His repeated requests seeking instruction from God reveals David’s willingness to learn from God.
“Sin shall not have dominion over you.” Romans vi.14a. NKJV This declaration is one of the greatest promises in the New Testament for Christians. Every Christian who participated in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ through water baptism