Posts Tagged ‘prophets’

For God loved….His. One.

He gave us His one and only Son.

This is the crux of the Christian message of hope and Eternity by believing in the death and resurrection of Jesus. God seeks each of us to have a personal relationship with Him, through His son Jesus and not any other way!

There is no mention in the New Testament of praying to Mary to intercede for us, in fact the New Testament makes it very clear that now Jesus has been revealed to the world He is our Intercessor!

In the Old Testament the Prophets had this prominent roles and many Christians misunderstand the scriptures to their peril. We are commanded to pray for each other and there are times that burdens may be carried, but we must not think we can side-line Jesus.

John 3:15-18,  Romans 8:15-16,  1 Timothy 2:1-2,  James 5:14-20.

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God is moving in Africa. Part-Three.

Black Wives.

When we talk start to talk about people in the bible we very quickly like to show our prejudice wrapped up or disguised in knowledge. We will say that God did not call children such as Samuel and Jeremiah to be Prophets. We also tend to disguise the facts that the Egyptian race was not black, but white.

God and the bible do not discriminate on races and colors. Both Joseph and Moses were married to black woman and King Solomon may have had a sexual relationship with the Queen of Sheba. Read the book of Solomon and you will quickly discover, she was a black woman. God is moving in Africa, because their cries for God’s mercy and help, after 400 years of slavery have been heard. Genesis 41:45-46.  Exodus 2:15-22,  Numbers 12:1.

Pentecost, (50-Days). Part-Two.

The Holy Ghost/Spirit (Parakletos) is only given to believers in Jesus. In times past God gave the Holy Ghost to His Prophets and people he used to fulfill his plans (Exodus 31:3, Isaiah 42:1, 57:15) and will and then he could remove the Spirit. Psalm 51:11.

But we are warned that there still remains conditions to having the Holy Ghost and that we cannot take lightly the cost of the blood shed at the final atonement of the cross. We also must not insult the Holy Ghost by continuing to live as we did before we committed our lives to Him. 1 Corinthians 3:16, Hebrews 10:26-29, James 2:26.

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