Contributing sermons since Jan 7, 2010
Contributed on Jan 14, 2010
Nobody else other than Jesus deserves to be called as the only savior. He is not one among the saviors, but he is the only savior of the mankind.
On one fine morning, a missionary was passing along the banks of river Ganges in India. She noticed a young Hindu woman, appeared to be educated, sitting by the river bank with her children, a beautiful new born baby and a retarded child of about three years. When the missionary was returning ...read more
Contributed on Jan 11, 2010
In spite of having enjoyed the goodness of the Lord in the past on many occasions,sometimes we feel that we are abandoned by the Lord. But if we spend a few moments to recollect the miraculous ways the Lord had led us in the spiritual wilderness in the pa
“Yet I am always with you; you hold me by my right hand”. (Psalm 73: 23) Many saints who enjoyed the goodness of the Heavenly Father in their personal life have experienced that He is such a loving Lord and takes care of his children each and every moment in our life. However, some times, ...read more
Contributed on Jan 9, 2010
It is futile to have faith without deeds. In simple language, it is hypocrisy and such a faith can never save anybody. One’s faith is dead if it is not accompanied by action.
An Endangered Species What good is it, my brothers, if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save him? Suppose a brother or sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to him, “Go, I wish you well; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about his ...read more
Contributed on Jan 7, 2010
A Brief meditation on the only university where Solutionology,the science of solutions is taught and solutions for every problems are presented. We don’t have to waste our precious time searching for its location in the internet. Mary, the sister of Marth
"O Lord, you have searched me and you know me....Such knowledge is too wonderful for me, too lofty for me to attain" (Psalm 139 : 1 - 6) Moses Mendelssohn, a fourteen-year-old Talmudic student entered Berlin in 1743 through the city gate reserved for Jews, cattle and pigs. The sight of the boy ...read more