If you don’t know what ChurchInfo is, it’s a web based, open source, Church Management software originally developed to be deployed in Linux driven web servers so that the authorized users could access it from anywhere, any time. Not all churches are capable of handling a web server which is why last year I wrote a tutorial on installing ChurchInfo in a Windows PC and it’s receiving a wide array of attention ever since. Though Installing in a PC is a fairly easy process, some of our readers ran into errors when they attempted the installation.
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An age-old tradition is to go wait in line to sit in Santa’s lap and tell him what you want for Christmas. You eagerly sit on his knee and listen attentively to what he says, hoping he will promise you the things you want. Sometimes, on Christmas morning, you find that you can’t always trust Santa. BUT, there was a promise given over 700 years before Christ that you can take to the bank. Under the anointing and inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Isaiah promised that a child would be born and His name would tell His character.
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In scripture God presents faith in form of images. Today’s sermon is about these images of faith. Studying them I believe, helps us to understand the nature of faith, its purpose in Christian life and how to exercise it.
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My sincere apologies as I couldn’t update this blog on due time. I was down with an ear infection and feverish. I won’t be able to post any updates in the next 2 weeks either because I will be busy with studies. Nevertheless I wanted to leave something worthwhile for my loyal readers to experiment with until I return.
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1. What if I don’t get baptized? Will I lose my salvation?
A. Due to inadequate knowledge
A person who dies without getting baptized because of not fully knowing the Lord’s command to do so will not lose his place in heaven. It would be so similarly, if it is due to lack of time prior to death or other practical consideration.
Mark 16:16 “Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned”.
Baptism is not a Pre condition for salvation but rather a product that should follow.
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