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A Call to Balance!
One of the greatest needs in Christian life and ministry is BALANCE. A. W. Tozer said, "Truth is like a bird: it cannot fly on one wing!" I had a problem in my left ear and the doctors called it Menier’s disease. That at times caused imbalance and it wa ... read more
Arms to give Alms!
Reading: Psalm 41
"He who has pity on the poor, lends to the Lord;
He will pay him back what he has given" (Prov 19:17)
Here's a prayer to make our hands a blessing to others—
"Heavenly Father, open my hands!
"Your hands are always open. Han ... read more
Be a Bible Student!
The greatest gift of God to man, next to His Son and His Spirit, is the HOLY SCRIPTURES. Dr.Oswald J.Smith observed, Our attitude towards the Scriptures settles everything. All that we see today are temporal, but with one exception—the Bible! Heaven and ... read more
Holy Spirit: A luxury or a necessity?
Because the Holy Spirit is mentioned third in the Godhead, He is treated as a "third" person by Christians. We do not realize that He is God — equal with the Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus. He is not a mere force or power, but a Person. God the Fathe ... read more
How much Time for the Bible?
To produce one tablespoon of honey, the little bee makes 4200 trips to flowers. It makes about 100 trips a day to the fields, each trip lasting 20 minutes average and 400 flowers!
Wow! When my eyes hit this piece of astounding information in a book of ... read more
How to Stay Young
Everybody wants to live long, but nobody wants to get old. Eventhough ageing cannot be avoided, people try to hide it. Hair dye is one of the fast-selling cosmetics! "Old" people prefer to be called as "senior" citizens! It’s an instinct in man to stay ... read more
How to Test Doctrines
Francis Schaeffer, that great Christian thinker, asserted, "If we do not make clear by word and practice our position for truth and against false doctrine, we are building a wall between the next generation and the gospel!"
The very first message of P ... read more
Joy of the Lord
The Bible repeatedly commands us to “rejoice in the Lord” (Phil 3:1; 4:4). These are actually the words Apostle Paul wrote from inside the prison to the Christians in Philippi. It’s usually the visitors to prisons who would encourage the inmates. Bu ... read more
Love is Patient!
The famous Love Chapter in the Bible, even 1 Corinthians 13, lists fifteen characteristics of love (vv 4-7). Most interestingly the very first manifestation is patience. "Love is patient!" I believe that the order of mention in the Scripture is also inspi ... read more
Moses was a soldier and God called him to lead His people out of Egypt!
David was a shepherd and God called him to rule His people!
Amos was a shepherd too and God called him to be a prophet!
Jesus was a carpenter and He was called to fulltime mi ... read more
R. Stanley Quotes
"Unless" and "until" are the two keywords of the Kingdom of God.
"Unless" you are born of the Spirit, you cannot enter the Kingdom.
"Until" you are baptized with the Spirit, you cannot expand the Kingdom.
All believers in Christ are theologians. ... read more
Secrets of Soulwinning
Soulwinning is the greatest job on earth. "For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?" (Mk 8:36).
Soulwinning is the wisest business in the world. For who is wiser than he who prepares his neighbour for eternity ... read more
Temptations and Blame-shifting
God’s will for His people is absolute victory. But there is no victory without battle. Martin Luther testified, "My temptations have been my Masters in Divinity!" Matthew Henry, the great Bible Commentator, observed, "The best of saints may be tempted t ... read more
The Purpose of Pentecost
Gone are the days when the Baptism with the Holy Spirit was considered a denominational experience. The number of opponents of the Pentecostal truth is on the decline. Recent years have witnessed a number of renowned leaders and theologians of non-Charism ... read more
Traits of a genuine Bible Teacher
1. He makes people fall in love with the Word of God rather than attracting them to himself. His students see that the Bible alone is infallible, whereas their teacher however sincere is fallible (Rom 3:4; Acts 17:11; Lk 18:18,19).
2. He teaches Godâ ... read more
Waiting on God
In an age of fast food, electronic mail and instant everything, the art of waiting on God is disappearing fast. The modern generation may soon forget the spelling of patience. Even if a preacher may occasionally speak on patience, the trend of the times i ... read more
What Faith Does
1. Faith obtains a good testimony. (v 2)
2. Faith understands the creative power of God’s Word. (v 3)
3. Faith offers to God the first and the best. (v 4)
4. Faith seeks to please God in everything. (v 5)
5. Faith believes that God answers diligent ... read more
What to Speak when you Suffer
"Be slow to speak!" (Js 1:19). If patience is the mark of perfection, patience in words is the crown of a perfect life. Most of our troubles are due to our carelessness in words. Relationships are damaged by hasty and harsh words. Fellowship with God is a ... read more
Whatever happened to the Father?
A crack in the foundation will show up in the superstructure. Similarly any false doctrine can be traced to some deviation from the foundational truths of the Bible. One of the fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith that is ignored in practice, thou ... read more