Rebellion of Men and the Dispersion of Nations / (Tower of Babel).

Rebellion of Men and the Dispersion of Nations / (Tower of Babel).

When humans began to populate the earth, they all spoke the same language and shared a common speech. Under the rule of Nimrod, they undertook the construction of the city of Babylon and a great tower (known as the Tower of Babel, derived from the name Babylon, meaning confusion). They built a city intending to […]

The Hospitality of Abraham and Intercession for Lot.

The Hospitality of Abraham and Intercession for Lot.

In this chapter, Abraham demonstrated hospitality (see Hebrews 13:2). God appeared to him through angels who manifested physically; there were two angels and the Angel of the Lord (a theophany of Jesus Christ in the Old Testament). Abraham decided to welcome them and cooked for them. They pronounced a blessing on his family and reaffirmed […]

Substitutionary Sacrifice.

Substitutionary Sacrifice.

God does not tempt like the devil, but He sometimes tests us to measure our love for Him and to probe the motivations of our hearts. God tested (from the Hebrew Nâsâh: to test, to prove, to ensure) Abraham and asked him to offer his only son, the son of promise, Isaac. God told him […]

DON’T PLAY THESE THREE DANGEROUS GAMES.

DON’T PLAY THESE THREE DANGEROUS GAMES.

The Game of Appeasement The game of appeasement is an attempt to capture God’s attention by performing extraordinary acts while living a life that does not glorify Him. A striking example is someone claiming to be a committed Christian, working as an accountant, but secretly siphoning small amounts from employees’ paychecks into their own account. […]

YOU NEED SAFEGUARDS.

YOU NEED SAFEGUARDS.

The story of Samson highlights the crucial importance of establishing safeguards in our lives. Samson failed in the absence of an authoritative voice to advise him. We all need mentors, counselors, or trusted figures to guide and warn us. External wisdom can save us from costly mistakes and help us stay on the right path. […]

Is Your Heart Still Entirely His?

Is Your Heart Still Entirely His?

God’s heart aches with sorrow because it is at this stage of communion that He loses the majority of His children. At this point, they choose to stop and not go further. It is at this level that many servants get lost, regress, or stagnate in their relationship with God. At this stage, the enemy […]

Myth about the definition of praise and worship. Continued…

Myth about the definition of praise and worship. Continued…

Myth of the place: “One must go to church to worship.” This myth preceded even Christ’s ministry on earth; people were already thinking this way, as seen with the Samaritan woman at the well of Jacob. Believing that worshiping God necessarily requires going to a physical place misunderstands what Jesus means by “in spirit and […]

Life Without Mercy.

Life Without Mercy.

I was born and raised in a good churchgoing home in Tennessee. Anyone looking only at outward appearances would have believed I was a committed Christian. In high school I continued to attend church regularly with my family. If asked, “Is Nancy a good Christian girl?” any of the adult members of my church would […]

Eliminate the Negative.

Eliminate the Negative.

If you want to eventually accept yourself and improve your self-esteem, decide right now that nothing negative about you will ever come out of your mouth. Acknowledge the good things. “I pray that your participation in the faith may become effective through knowing every good thing that is in us for the glory of Christ.” […]

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