Forgiveness can be called one of the most misinterpreted, misunderstood and malpracticed virtues in Christianity. Usually forgiveness involves two main individuals or even parties. The offendee and the offender. What does forgiveness mean to the offendee? What does being forgiven mean to the offender? We hope you will find this blog post useful in your personal life as well as in ministry.
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These two events took place four days apart. It is logical to assume that essentially the same people were present on both occasions. How is it that the same people who worshipped Jesus and would have made Him King on Sunday would turn Him in and demand His death on Thursday? What emotional chemistry was working in their minds that would have turned them so completely around? As we study these two occasions the answers begin to take shape.
Text: Matthew 21:1-9 and Matthew 27:17-25
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It’s been almost two months since I last updated this blog. I was very busy with ministry, work, studies, not to mention my computer which broke down and I couldn’t afford for a replacement until last Monday. Starting from today I will try my best to post updates regularly.
Since I have posted a lot of sermons I decided to publish something different today. The following is a small group study on “The Lord’s command to preach the Gospel” by Rev. Roy Isaac.
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The parable of the persistent widow - Luke 18:1-8
Because of my tight schedule it’s been a while since I last updated this blog. as I don’t like to post ‘crap’ for the sake of posting but couldn’t come up with any quality sermons or other content either, I was very glad when Paul Thompson, the creative director of Free Bible Images told me about The Word in Pictures and I decided to write a short introductory review.
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As the disciples were competing for higher positions in the Messianic Kingdom it was only a matter of time before the enemy will take control, disrupt their fellowship cause disunity and cripple Jesus’ plan. Our Lord was aware of this situation when He told them to love one another. Even as Valentine’s is around the corner join me to find out what it really means to love one another.
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