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  • Satan Is Watching

    Contributed by Wilson Oshorakpor on Apr 19, 2021

    There are many eyes watching you. Not only are your family, friends, neighbours and enemies watching you; but spiritual eyes as well. Most times we forget, but know this today; your thoughts are being analysed and your movement is detailed by spiritual eyes.

  • A Full Time Father Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 7, 2021

    Any father who fails to live his faith just as well save his breath. Children imitate what is, and not what ought to be. Children of bad fathers can still find good examples of faith to follow, but every father should want to be that ideal for his own children.

  • God Is Our Bunker

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Apr 2, 2021

    Friend, there are million things attacking our homes, children, marriage, church, ministry and health today, mere walls cannot save us, we need today the hands of God to protect us, say Hallelujah. Never be too smart, smug and snobbish to think you can make it without God’s protection.

    Hedge of protection! Job 1:6 Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan also came among them. 7 The LORD said to Satan, "From where do you come?" Then Satan answered the LORD and said, "From roaming about on the earth and walking more

  • The Courtroom Of Heaven Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 1, 2021

    Satan is no amateur accuser. He knows that if you can bring the best man to a fall, you don't have to worry about lesser men. Satan goes right to the top. God is so proud of Job that he flaunts him before Satan.

  • Why Tragedy? Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 12, 2021

    Job is a comedy, for in spite of all the tragedy, it has a happy ending. So life is a comedy. No matter how tragic life becomes because of freedom, God will make sure that evil will be overcome.

  • Job The Righteous Sufferer Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 12, 2021

    All of us will experience suffering, but few if any will have to go the route of Job. His severe experience can help all of us make our less severe journey smoother.

  • Christmas Sunday 2020 - Why The Shepherds? Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 19, 2020

    The Messiah was coming into the world! Why on earth would the Lord choose to announce the good news to shepherds of all people?

    Why Shepherds? Please stand with me as we go over our current memory Scripture: Psalm 1:1-2 “Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked or stand in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of mockers. But his delight is in the Law of the LORD, and on His Law he meditates day more

  • Job, God, And Satan Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Nov 23, 2020

    Why did God allow Satan to test Job's faith?

    Last week we noted a wealthy man Job with grown children who were also well off and enjoyed life. Job is described as blameless, upright, feared God and shunned evil. Job was a godly man! Before we learn from the rest of Chapter 1 of Job. Since angels are cited, let us remind ourselves of who more

  • Godly Man Job Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Nov 16, 2020

    What can we say about Job and his children at the very beginning of the Book of Job?

  • When Everything Falls Apart | Job 1:1-2:10 Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Oct 9, 2020

    How do you respond during a calamity in your life? Last month there was a landslide in Munnar, Kerala

    When Everything Falls Apart | Job 1:1-2:10 How do you respond during a calamity in your life? Last month there was a landslide in Munnar, Kerala and 52 innocent people lost their lives and 25 are still missing. What wrong did they do? Is this suffering justified? The Covid-19 pandemic has taken more

  • Permission From God

    Contributed by Rev. Duraimony Dickson on Oct 3, 2020
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    To remember, pride is trusting your own strength, your own righteousness, and your own wisdom. Pride is a trap that even the strong, the righteous, and the wise may fall into many times.

  • Keeping A Hedge Around You And Your Family

    Contributed by Greg Newton on Aug 14, 2020

    You have often heard I and others pray a hedge of protection about folks

  • EnseÑe A Sus Hijos A La Manera De Dios

    Contributed by James Dina on Jul 22, 2020

    La santa práctica de Job se refleja en el cuidado de sus hijos. Cada vez que sus hijos se divertían, él siempre estaba allí para ofrecer un sacrificio. (Job 1:4-5). ¿Cuántos padres realmente llegan a pensar en las consecuencias de los pecados de sus hijos?

    ENSEÑE A SUS HIJOS A LA MANERA DE DIOS Job 1: 4 - 5 “Los hijos de Job, acostumbraban turnarse para celebrar banquetes en sus respectivas casas e invitaban a sus hermanos y hermanas a comer y beber con ellos. Al terminar el ciclo de los banquetes, Job reunía a sus hijos y los more

  • Turuan Ang Iyong Anak Sa Paraan Ng Diyos

    Contributed by James Dina on Jul 22, 2020

    Ang banal na kasanayan ni Job ay sumasalamin sa pangangalaga ng kanyang mga anak. Sa tuwing mag-aartista ang kanyang mga anak, laging nandoon siya upang mag-alay. (Job 1: 4-5). Gaano karaming mga ama ang talagang nag-iisip tungkol sa mga bunga ng mga kasalanan ng kanilang mga anak?

    Turuan ang IYONG ANAK SA PARAAN NG DIYOS Job 1: 4 - 5 " At ang kaniyang mga anak ay nagsiyaon at nagsipagdaos ng kapistahan sa bahay ng bawa't isa sa kanikaniyang kaarawan; at sila'y nangagsugo, at ipinatawag ang kanilang tatlong kapatid na babae upang magsikain at magsiinom na more

  • Train Up Your Children In The Way Of The Lord

    Contributed by James Dina on Jul 22, 2020
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    The holy practice of Job reflected in the care of his children. Every time his children would party, he would always be there to offer a sacrifice (Job 1:4-5). How many fathers really ever get to think about the consequences of their children’s sins?