Contributed on Mar 14, 2010
Joy is the heritage of the believer. If we do not have joy in our Christian walk, it is either because we do not know the author of joy, or we are disobedient to His will.
Contributed on Mar 21, 2010
Understanding our mission dictates embracing missions. Failure to understand the first leads to failure to fulfil the latter.
Contributed on Mar 27, 2010
Christians are taught to love one another. However, what is it that causes us to love one another? How shall we love? John gives us a glimpse of the love we are to have in this brief letter to a man named Gaius.
Contributed on Apr 11, 2010
If Christ is the head of the church, no bullying can ever be justified to bring about the result a leader desires. We must permit the Spirit of God to rule the church, and not mere mortals.
Contributed on Apr 18, 2010
Generally, those appointed to the Master’s service should be respected by all Christians, though that seldom works out in practise. The Apostles, the prophets and even those who have served as preachers of the Word, are often maligned and despised by the
Contributed on Apr 25, 2010
How will the child of God be known throughout eternity? The Word of God hints at the transformation and testifies to the importance of God’s knowledge of who we are.