A Perfect People

A comforting factor that a number of believers cannot take to heart is that the Lord is always in our midst. Sometimes our ways do not match His; our thoughts do not give Him the suitable place in our hearts. Even then, He is in our midst. Sin is the one factor that separates a believer from His intimacy. If he or she

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Prospering In Life

God’s intention toward us is for us to prosper in all areas of life. This has been His will for man and it is clearly understood when He placed the first man in the Garden of Eden. There was no lack, no failure, no sin, no fear; nothing that’s downgrading. Obviously, sin entered and took it all away. Yet, He did not

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Seeing the Hidden Substance

A huge mistake of Israel against God was turning to the nations for help and not Him. This made God angry, primarily because it was He who begot them and did everything for them, more than they could have asked or imagined. Turning to the nations for help meant He was not all-important, not all-powerful and not all-knowledgeable

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If We Are Believing

There is hope for the believing. In the words of Solomon the wise “surely a live dog is better than a dead lion.” If you are still believing in your condition, you are with the living. In other words, you will live.

Often there are struggles in life in the form of troubles, difficulties and sufferings. Some of them

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The Pursuit of Greater Wisdom

“‘Vanity of vanities,’ says the Preacher, ‘Vanity of vanities! All is vanity’” (Eccl. 1:2). We might just be inclined to think, ‘surely, it can’t be right’ and or say ‘can all things be vanity?’ Or we just don’t know how to react or discern and just

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Decide Your Destiny

Read Jeremiah 37

By practicing to listen to the Lord you can decide your destiny. Here are some practical ways that act as stepping stones to it.

Start by evaluating the time you spend every day. Where and how do you invest your time? Think of the things you must be doing for

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Road to Prosperity

“So David went out wherever Saul sent him, and prospered; and Saul set him over the men of war. And it was pleasing in the sight of all the people and also in the sight of Saul’s servants” (1 Sam. 18:5).

David prospered not by his own merit, but by obeying God all the days of his life. He did not desire great

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Listening to The Lord

Listening to the Lord has a bright future in store for us. It is a stepping stone for the following.

=&0=& Christians must be with God’s gifts. Gifts are an essential way of maintaining an intimate relationship

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