The lord is my shepherd (Psa. 23:1) – Message from Primate Okoh - Part 2
At the opening of the Psalm, David declared: ‘The Lord is my shepherd.’ This is actually a sharp departure from the understanding of ancient Israel that thought only about “our” God (Deut. 6:4).
God to be worshipped: Meditation for the fourth sunday after epiphany
In these Sundays after Epiphany, we have been meditating on God’s manifestations in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ and God’s revelation about Himself, with the implications to the Christian.
The called of God: Meditation for The 2nd Sunday after Epiphany
The call of God conjures a modern image of phone call. The phone of our heart rings and it’s God on the line. He indicates His interest in us and invites us to a cause.
The term epiphany is derived from the Greek verb, epiphaneo which means "to show" or "to make known" or "to reveal" and the noun form, epiphaneia, which means "manifestation", or "striking appearance."
The word of God: Meditation for The 2 Sunday in Advent
The Word of God, which is the embodiment of Divine communication, is indispensable in our preparation for the Advent of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Focus on the advent 2 – Christ our judge: Meditation for the Sunday next before advent
Today is the last Sunday of the Church year. In the Roman Catholic Church and many Anglican churches, this final Sunday of the liturgical year is celebrated as the Feast of Christ the King, sometimes as the Reign of Christ.
The presence of God: Meditation for the 24th Sunday after Trinity
The Hebrew word paniyam is translated presence 76 times. Paniyam is derived from the root word pana, which means, “to turn the face.” The presence of God...
God, our refuge and strength - Part 4
Certainly, “the earth is giving way; the mountains are falling into the heart of the sea; sea water is roaring and foaming; and the mountains quake with their surging….” Where is security to be found?...