Austen C. Ukachi
Elijah’s prayer in 1 Kings 18:41-46 makes an interesting reading on persevering prayers. It contains many lessons for us to learn from.
Both Elijah and Elisha in the course of their ministries had their faith put to the test while praying to revive the dead.
“So, Ahab went up to eat and drink. And Elijah went up to the top of Carmel; then he bowed down on the ground, and put his face between his knees, and said to his servant: ‘Go up now, look toward the sea.”
Depression is real. As we stated earlier, “The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that about 3.8 percent of the population is affected, including 5.0 percent among adults ...
“Now godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.
Those of us who believe and teach about prosperity hardly strike a balance between riches and greed, which is what the parable of the rich fool
In our last series, we did say that Paul in 2 Corinthians 4:6 revealed that the knowledge of the glory of God is in the face of Jesus.
The subject of the glory of God is always fascinating to Christians, especially those that are hungry for divine power.
Whilst self-reliance has its advantages, it also has its dangers, especially when it comes to our relationship with God. Man was not created to live completely independent of God; he was created to live within boundaries.
History is never bereft of troubled times, especially for believers. In every age, believers experience various trials of faith. In some instances, the unflinching trust of some mark them out, in other cases, it is different.
“For David, after he had served his own generation by the will of God, fell asleep, was buried with his fathers, and saw corruption” (Acts 13:36 -NKJV). David, the ancestor of Jesus served his generation. He set the pace for Jesus his descendant to equally serve humanity as Saviour and Redeemer. In David and our…