Day: July 23, 2020

Grace! Grace!

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Trust God with the work He gives you!

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“What are you, great mountain? Before Zerubbabel you will become a plain. And he will bring out the capstone accompanied by shouts of: Grace, grace to it! ”
Zechariah 4:7

Zerubbabel was entrusted by God to rebuild the temple. Here the Lord is affirming Zerubbabel’s purpose, to have faith. That with shouts he will bring the capstone with shouts of Grace Grace.

A capstone is the final building block in a building. This verse tells us that Zerubbabel will complete the temple and there will be shouts of grace.

So too, we should trust God with the tasks He trusts us with. Complete your task and you will also hear shouts of Grace!

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Psalm 23 – The Great Shepherd

Advertisements The great Shepherd, The Lord  In Him I do not lack I rest in His presence in pastures green, and I am given the water of life Water refreshing my soul My guiding light on paths right Valleys are darkest – I fear nothing    For the great shepherd is nearest A rod and a staff,Continue reading →

Late Mother’s Fight Against Cancer

Advertisements Hi brothers and sisters in Christ Donate here I am making a personal appeal for your help for my financial recovery. Why am I in financial distress? My Mom was diagnosed with esophagus cancer in December 2017. As a family, we pulled together what immediate money we had available to start her radiation treatmentContinue reading →

Learning from Christian Persecutions- Radical Faith!

Advertisements Christian Persecutions Persecution of Christians remains one of the biggest humans rights issues in the world. If the recent reports in Afghanistan are to be believed, that is a prime examples of Christian Persecutions. There are millions of Christian’s living worldwide in countries where high levels of persecutions are experienced. We have much toContinue reading →

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It was His way of saying ‘Happy to  Help’

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Jesus will help you! One way or the other. Trust Him!

When Zacchaeus climbed the sycamore tree in the Gospel of Luke, he was not up there because he had a need. He just wanted to see Jesus. As a tax collector building his wealth through corrupt means, Zacchaeus was despised as a traitor and a sinner in the Jewish community. And, if Jesus did not […]

It was His way of saying ‘Happy to  Help’
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Suffering for Christ!

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Do not be ashamed as a Christian!

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16 Yet if anyone suffers as a Christian, let him not be ashamed, but let him glorify God in that name. 1 Peter 4: 16



Believers must reject any shame for genuinely suffering for the sake of Jesus. We should boldly give glory to God, in the name of Christ, right in the middle of our suffering for Him.

It is an honour to carry the title of Christian, if it truly indicates our identity in Christ, and our place in God’s family forever. In a world that ridicules Christianity and Christian values, this is a honour to physical persecution. If we are different enough from the world, and close enough to being Christ-like, Christ centered, that the world hates us, it is a sign we are doing Christianity right!

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The soil of Your Heart – God’s Voice

Advertisements It is vitally important for ever Christian to grow spiritually. We ought to seek growth in our relationship with God. We do this by preparing the soil of our hearts. That is the theme of this post – prepare the soil of your heart. Today, we look at God’s voice and how God’s voiceContinue reading →

Pride Or Humility?

Advertisements by Hazel Straub How many times have we let pride, self exaltation, self absorption or arrogance consume us? We rely on ourselves and think we have to solve all our problems by ourselves, with our hard work. We use our own intellect, resources and religious formulas. However, we fail to trust God and don’tContinue reading →

The soil of Your Heart – Prayer

Advertisements It is vitally important for ever Christian to grow spiritually. We ought to seek growth in our relationship with God. We do this by preparing the soil of our hearts. That is the theme of this post – prepare the soil of your heart. Today, we look at Prayer and how Prayer helps prepareContinue reading →

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