Although a thorough exegesis of this chapter can reveal many biblical truths, I want to pay attention to just one. This chapter reveals 3 reasons as for why some people are not healed?
Some time ago I was speaking to a lady over the phone and offered to pray for her defected leg. This was her response in brief.
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God’s purpose to raise the nation of Israel followed an amazing plan that involved three major nations called Hebrews, Egyptians and Canaanites and many individuals like Abraham, Joseph, his brothers, Potiphar’s wife, the Egyptian king’s cup bearer, the Pharaoh and his daughter, Moses and Aaron, Joshua and Caleb and Rahab the prostitute (to name a few). Click here to read the rest of, Sermon: Moving with God’s plan
What information about this servant can we glean from the biblical account? What was his history, what was he like, what happened to him? What lessons can we learn from his story? In what ways do our lives parallel his? Let’s take this passage apart and find out what it says to us. Click here to read the rest of, Sermon: The unfaithful servant
Did God create evil? Where did it come from? Evil is the antithesis of good; in order for there to be good, there must be evil. Though God did not create evil, He did create the potential for evil when He gave man a choice to disobey (see text). The issue of choice is the difference between man and the animal kingdom. Man has the capacity to choose between good and evil. The quality of life is determined by the choices you make. In the next 5-10 years you will be called upon to make the most important choices in your life; choose well!
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Text: Luke 19:1-10
I was born and raised in a small town named Nuwara Eliya, located in the hill country of Sri Lanka. It’s a very peaceful town surrounded by water falls, tea plantations, mountains and constantly touched by the mist. The British who lived here during colonial times fell in love with the beauty of Nuwara Eliya and gave it the name “Little England”. Even today the town is very popular for its beauty and the climate that it annually attracts at least 50,000 tourists (local and foreign).
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