Why pray? Is God listening? How can we do it? Find out more with this animated video by 24-7 Prayer movement.
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The departure of Steve Jobs the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. has sparked a lot of buzz in the Christian community and church blogosphere as well. To tell that Steve Jobs was a man who had the whole world in his arms wouldn’t be exaggerating. I am not seeking to pass the judgment on Steve but I feel very concerned about his soul, (Matthew 16:26). Many sources claim Steve was not a born again Christian.
This sermon by the Rt. Rev. Richard Chartres (Bishop of London, Church of England) preached at the British Royal wedding is truly a call to appreciate the Biblical value of Marriage.
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If you are a new Christian, you may be puzzled and perhaps a little afraid of this new kind of life you have started. This is only natural, for you are like a baby that has just been born into the world. It takes a baby many years to learn all about life, with its responsibilities and difficulties. And the step you have taken in receiving Jesus Christ as your Saviour and Lord is not the end – it is a gateway to a whole new life.
This is the Second Edition of “Picture Scripture”. A series of video slide shows featuring the pictures I shoot, with appropriate bible references on them. If interested download link to the “High Definition” version is given at the end. First Edition is here.
Christians often speak about the principle of sowing and reaping. In today’s post, we will read what the bible says about this and it’s application.
01. The Sabbath Rest
We must take a break from our ministry/work on a periodical basis. Someone said, “Take a break from the ministry before the ministry breaks you.” (Exodus 23:10-11)
Surveys say that 64% of Americans use a Smart Phone today (that is 204 Million out of 318 million). Research says three in four in the US still see the Bible as Word of God. Did you ever wonder what would happen if you treated your Bible like you treat your Cell Phone? Keep reading to find out.
- What if you carried it around in your bag or pocket?
- What if you flipped through it several times a day?
- What if you turned back to get it if you forgot it?
- What if you used it to receive messages from the text?
- What if you treated it like you couldn’t live without it?
- What if you gave it to kids as gifts?
- What if you used it when you travel?
- What if you used it in case of emergency?
- This is something to make you say “Where is my Bible?”
Unlike your Smart Phone, you don’t have to worry about your Bible being disconnected, because Jesus already paid the bill. Makes you stop and think “Where are my priorities?” and no dropped calls!
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This is the First Edition of “Picture Scripture”. A series of video slide shows featuring the pictures I shoot, with appropriate bible references on them. If interested download link to the “High Definition” version is given at the end.