To experience the greatest gift of salvation, you must be willing to surrender; there is a question you need to answer, and there is an action that must follow your answer. The question, What must I do to be saved?
And as Christians, one question that never fails to appear on the surface of our minds, is the question of our Faith. With all the ideologies, misconceptions, beliefs, religions and doctrines prostituted in this present generation, it is becoming increasingly important for we as Christians to define our Faith.
The best of any spiritual man on earth is yet limited by his humanity. By his weaknesses and flaws. And while you may be crucified by others for your character flaw, Jesus in whom we have our perfection, is waiting to have you read this post. He has something to say about those weaknesses.
How rooted the seed becomes determines how healthy the fruits will be. As believers, we need to be daily rooted in God's word, how then can we be rooted? Here are 5 steps to follow
Dying to self is not what you want but what you need. You need to die if you claim and proclaim the name of Christ. You need to die to self! Dying to self is a process of denying oneself of the euphoria of this world.
As you walk the Christian faith, build your conviction on God and his Words. If you do not build firmly on them, when life throws pressure on you, compromise would come as the best option.
Chosen, redeemed and loved. That's who we are as children of God, the authority to decree a thing is in our mouth. Do not allow the devil rub you of your blessing, decree, possess and it shall be yours.
I often wonder what the phrase ‘being not weak in faith’ in Romans 4:19 meant. What does being weak in faith means? Is it when a person doubts God and trust in their power?
But then, why do we hate the question ‘How is your spiritual life?’ Why are we so pissed, unhappy with it? Why do we term that question to be unnecessary meddling? Didn’t the Scriptures admonish us to be our brother’s keeper? Why then, does the majority love to speak more often of material things than answer this question when asked?
What is Spiritual Growth? If you can’t overcome a problem, manage it; that’s what Robert Schuller said in his book. But, how does one handle the feeling of wanting to be a boy and not a girl? I have struggled…