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Church can be ‘a place of light,’ say Christian Scientists
For many people today, the phrase “sending thoughts and prayers” has become a meaningless cliché. But Christian Scientists’ annual meeting on June 4 offered the view that it doesn’t have to be that way.
And the church spoke with one voice
The peaceful protest was simultaneous across the country. Millions of faithful led by their bishops and clergy came out in solidarity to mourn their departed brothers and sisters
Hunger for his presence - Part 2
Key Verse: Psalm 42:1, “As the deer longs for streams of water, so I long for you, O God” (NLT) Hunger is that gnawing ache on the inside of you; that sense of need that is not content until it is filled. Hunger is an active state, for it results in you seeking out the…
Manifestation follows confession
Realisation can only follow confession. The word becomes real as we confess its reality. Whatever you confess with your mouth reacts upon your heart. As believers we walk in the light of our testimony.
Time for our enemies to submit
For many days, your enemy has been tormenting you but alas his end has come. He must submit to you because a greater force than him will bring him to submission. Of course, everyday is for the thief, but one day is for the owner. The time has come for you to be freed by your enemies.
Hunger for his presence
Hunger is an intense desire for something. It is evident that the value you place on something determines the intensity with which you desire it. Many people spend months seeking to get into the presence of the president or governor.
The value of our great salvation - Part 1
What makes a difference in the life of a Christian is the forgiveness and pardon he receives, when he repents from his sins and turns to Jesus Christ as his Lord and Saviour. That experience of salvation is too precious to be estimated and its value is limitless.
God always has a standard: Meditation for second sunday after trinity
The world we live in and what are in it are ever changing – times, tides, values, styles, fashions, trends, etc. It is said that everything changes except change. Everything is, therefore, categorised into old and new, outdated and current. What was good and acceptable yesterday becomes archaic today...
The role of christians as salt and light in nation building - Part 2
Despite the intelligence they thought they had, they could not achieve their aims, to God, their intention was neither profitable to human race, nor righteously envisioned. According to Ahern (2016), everything that we have or use came from one or two sources: it was either raised or grown, or it was developed and mined from the ground.
Group holds intercultural dialogue for peace, development
No fewer than 100 representative officials from countries across the world, including Canada, Austria, Colombia, the Republic of Senegal, and the State of Qatar gathered at the United Nations headquarters in New York on May 31, to discuss on the agenda of peace and development.