Archive for November, 2015

Jesus First. Part-One.

Emphasis on Him.

We are now entering the traditional Christmas Season starting on the 1th December and running to the 19th of January, depending on what Christian branch one belongs to?

We tend today in the hype of Christmas to foget who is the centre, religion and conviction of tradition can cover and limit it to one or two days. The reason for this wide period is, because no one knows exactly when He Jesus was born.

But what we do know is that over the last 2000 years He has changed the lives of Billions of people around the world, starting from Jerusalem in Israel to the farthest points known on our world.

Luke 1:35-37,  Mark 16:5,   Acts 2:7-21,  8:27,  Romans 15:24-28.

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His Love Endures. Part-Two.

Forgiveness.

It is so hard sometimes to forgive those who hurt us? There is so much terrorism and crime being committed around the world today on top of natural disasters and the failure of administration to work to help people.

Despite all human failures, deliberate or not the Love of Jesus endures and if we would but just surrender to His will? Then our minds and hearts would be set free to really forgive those that seek to hurt and destroy at any and every level.

Luke 23:34,   John 20:23,   Acts 7:60,   1 Peter 2:20-21.

His love Endures. Part-One.

God-Jesus Forever.

There are many Christians out there who get very uptight when we start to perhaps challenge their view of God and Love. Sad to say that there are many doctrines in the Church related to love, that are down right wrong and complety misunderstand what the bible is saying.

Both Protestants and Catholics have allowed themselves to be deluded into a doctrine that has nothing to do with what God is saying through His word. The love of God will endure forever, what does that mean?

It means that God’s love is everlasting, even beyond the day of Judgement, because God is and He does not change.It is we who are always changing in actions and thoughts!

Psalm 103:17,  Romans 8;28-31,  James 1:12.

Remembrance Sunday.

The World and the Church.

Many people will gather to rember their fallen this weekend from the British and Commonwealth armed forces from the great war (1914-18) to the present conflicts. These gatherings can have so many meanings for so many people from victory over an enemy to occupation and oppression.

For the believer every Sunday is a remembrance day of what Jesus has done for us! We press on in everyday battles, with our enemy the Devil who does not rest from attacking the Saints.

Romans 5:17,  Galatians 3:14,  Ephesians 2:7,  Philippians 3:14,.

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