Category Archives: Teachings and Exhortations

Jesus Christ- The Greatest Person That Ever Lived

JESUS IS THE REASON FOR THE SEASON!
JESUS- BORN TO BE OUR SAVIOR, REDEEMER & SOON COMING KING! HE IS EMMANUEL, GOD WITH US! (Mt 1:22-23)

God's Hidden Nuggets for the Endtimes

Jesus Christ~God With Us   

As we celebrate this Christmas season, it is very important for us to know the reason for this season to celebrate the first coming of Jesus Christ. Who is this Jesus that we so honor and who we so praise? There is a tendency for many to forget who Jesus really is, so thus this paper. Jesus Christ is ‘God With Us’ Mt1:23.

Since the creation of the first man Adam, and throughout the 6000 years annals of mankind, there has never been a greater and more nobler person than Jesus Christ that ever lived, in example of humility, service, love, and compassion, and in dignity, wisdom, majesty, authority and power! Jesus is our Saviour, the Miracle Worker, the Great Physician, the Prince…

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The Blessing of Believing

I BELIEVE!
TRUST GOD TODAY; Today is the day of salvation. Jesus came to save us from our sins. He is our Savior and Redeemer and Soon Coming King!

Reflections in The WORD

“…Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.”
“And blessed is she that believed…” (Luke 1:42b & 1:45a)

Mary was blessed because of what God did for her (chose her to be the mother of our Lord Jesus) AND because of her faith response to Him (she believed). Both go hand in hand.

We all love to have God’s blessings, but if they don’t develop faith in us, what is the point?

God’s blessings in our lives are meant to prompt and to grow our faith. Unbelievers see God’s blessings in their lives and are challenged to put their faith in Him for salvation. And Believers experiencing God’s blessings are challenged to trust Him even more.

For example, when Jesus blessed Zacchaeus by choosing to stay at his house, Zacchaeus responded by trusting in Jesus for salvation AND by returning, in faith, up to…

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