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Posts Tagged ‘Christian walk’

London council dismisses Christian for mentioning God in the workplace

Amachree was dismissed from his office as a homelessness prevention officer with Wandsworth Council in the UK,  where he had worked for 18 years prior to his dismissal in January 2009, on the grounds of gross misconduct for suggesting to a client suffering from a terminal illness, that she should not give up hope but [...]

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Poetry: Faith in a Friend

Indeed I have a friend Who remains true to the end Loving Him sparks a flame in my spirit He is not weak like I am Yet feels my every pain Praising Him turns the light on in my soul. Share this post on:

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Victory over sin

The believer’s primary victory in salvation is victory over sin. The unbeliever may approach Christ with the burden of guilt, sinful, dishonorable habits or lifestyle etc., believing that Christ’s acceptance of him implies that all is forgiven and he is justified to begin a brand new life. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he [...]

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Poetry: Restore my Soul

A song about spiritual healing

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A terribly holy and undeniable presence

Does our society actually see our church programs today as more than a social or religious gathering, a place where God actually is present in holiness and power?

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Looking for grace in the story of Ananias and Sapphira

The story poses a question for me about God’s mercy. His grace and His judgment come into a dramatic conflict. Share this post on:

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Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 2]

How do we respond to persecution?
Why and how do we identify withe the persecuted?

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Christian Persecution: Biblical Perspectives for the 21st century mind [Part 1]

For most modern day Christians, persecution is merely a historical or antiquated theological ideology, an awkward subject that hopefully the church has overgrown. We barely have any sense of identification with people suffering for their faith in Christ and for their passion to share the gospel. I hope I can show you just how tragic this is.

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