Contributed by Mark Eberly on Mar 17, 2008
Listen to the description of a spirit-filled life by the ’Sunday Times’ journalist Matthew Parris – a man, who is by his own confession, not a Christian.
“The New Testament offers a picture of God, who does not sound at all vague. He has sent His Son to earth. He has distinct plans for each of us
In 1845, the ill-fated Franklin Expedition sailed from England to find a passage across the Arctic Ocean.The crew loaded their two sailing ships with a lot of things they didn't need: a 1,200-volume library, fine china, crystal goblets, and sterling silverware for each officer with his
Contributed by Herman Abrahams on Oct 12, 2009
Quote - NEW SPIRIT-FILLED LIFE BIBLE (Nelson’s) (Is 64:1-3)
'Awesome things that we did not expect' (Is 64:3) is a perfect description of genuine revival, because the unpredictable
Contributed by Chris Jordan on Aug 24, 2007
QUOTE: “To what does the Kingdom refer? It refers to God’s sovereign rule in the universe – He is the King of the Heavens. But more specifically, here it refers to the entry of God’s long anticipated Anointed One – the prophesied Messiah, who would not only be the Saviour and King of Israel, but
Contributed by A. David Hart on Apr 13, 2008
I found an interesting story in a book of Bible Illustrations, which brought to life a truth that we the church should follow. It said, An old man once said, that it took him forty years to learn three simple things. The first was that he could not do anything to save himself; the second was that
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Dec 12, 2003
A LESSON OF LOVE AT CHRISTMAS
There is a seldom noticed yet preciously tender lesson to be found in Mary’s actions immediately following the angel’s visit announcing her role as bearer of the Christ Child. She had been told that her cousin Elizabeth was also experiencing an unusual, though
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Feb 13, 2003
[Koinonia—Part 2 (February 14), from Celebrate! Daily Devotions for the Spirit-Filled Life, Edited by Jack Hayford, Thomas Nelson Publishers, Nashville, 1992]
Besides a mutual sharing of resources implied in the word koinonia, there is also an implication of “public-ness.” If we are to walk in
WHAT IF THERE WAS NO CHRISTMAS?
Lets ponder the what if - say- the antichrist powers would have defeated Christ at birth and therefore eliminated Christianity? what would have been lost?
i. There would be no Christmas joy
ii. There would be no kids smiles
iii. There would be no Merry