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Secret to Life

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Secret to Life

The secret to life is

Harboring no secrets

My Lord loves

A clear conscience

St. Luke 8:17

“For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither anything hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.”

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In The Garden

Advertisements “I come to the garden alone, while the dew is still on the roses…and the voice I hear falling on my ear the Son of God discloses…And he walks with meand he talks with me…and he tells me I am his own…and the joy we share as we carry there…no other has ever known……HeContinue reading →

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 →

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The Spirit is Life

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The mind governed by the flesh is death, but the mind governed by the Spirit is life and peace. Romans 8:6

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Romans 8: 6 writes, that about the difference between living by the flesh—selfish, sinful human wants and desires—and living by God’s Spirit. It is written that those who are in Christ live by the Spirit.

One difference is that those who live by the flesh set their minds on things of flesh and those who live by the Spirit on things of the Spirit. Setting our minds on one or the other leads in two different directions. A focus on our sinful, selfish desires—the flesh—leads to death. That’s the law of sin and death. Sin always leads to death. Focusing on the things of the Spirit leads to life and peace. That’s the law of the Spirit of life.

The law of the Spirit of life is what frees us from the law of sin and death. God does not intend for it to stop there. We have not just changed status from “death” to “life.” We have changed roads from “the road to death” to “the path of life.” The idea is that we will keep going down this road. That’s what Christians do. They keep their minds focused on the Spirit’s things because that’s the way we’re going. That’s who we are now. We have left the death-way behind.

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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 →

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 →

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Prayers of Gratitude (final)

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But very truly I tell you, it is for your good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Advocate will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you. When he comes, he will prove the world to be in the wrong about sin and righteousness and judgment:
John 16:7‭-‬8


26 But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you John 14:26


Heavenly Father, today we want to thank You for the gift of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Jesus, You said You had to go away so that the Helper, the Holy Spirit would come. And now, because we have put our trust in You, this gift and access to the power of the Holy Spirit has been given to us.

We may find it difficult to fully grasp and understand it all, but we thank You for equipping us and giving us the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is oir Counselor, Helper and Teacher. The Holy Spirit empowers us with supernatural strength and power to do things that we could not do on our own.

We are so thankful that we are never alone. Jesus, You walk with us. Abba Father is always with us and we are empowered by the Holy Spirit. Thank You, Lord, for providing for us in so many ways.

We are sorry for the times that we have grieved the Holy Spirit in our lives and instead have tried to live out of our own strength and power. Please forgive us. Help us to be sensitive to the Holy Spirit and to obey Your promptings in our lives.  We are so thankful that we do not have to live this life alone. Thank You for providing what we need today. In Jesus Name, Amen.

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