Posted By admin on March 29, 2013
One of the memory verses in the Bible that I love runs is found in Psalms 91:1,2 Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”
This is a very beautiful promise for us to claim when things are not so right with us. When one believes this promise, he or she will never be afraid of anything because when we believe and trust Him, He will always be our refuge. If you read through the whole chapter, you can find that this is a beautiful chapter to be memorized and have it played in your mind over and over again where ever you are.
I made it a habit to read a verse or a chapter every morning. Together with it, I listen to spiritual songs as well as uplifting instrumental music. Many instrumental music like tuba is very inspiring especially in the quiet hours of the morning.
Posted By admin on March 14, 2013
You will often see people in the streets, in the malls or anywhere that is frequented with people doling out their folded pieces of paper to people who pass by. They are what you might call modern day evangelists trying to spread the Word of God through the most convenient and practical way they can think of, with the paper that they hand out to every stranger that pass their way as a tool for their crusade. Most of these flyers are printed out by companies similar to http://www.eoncode.com and are done for free, as a form of public service. Most people will probably accept these paper but not most of them will read it. In fact, more of these paper will probably just end up littering the streets, thrown and unread. A total waste of time, efforts and resources. Would it really be too much to read them, they won’t eat much of your time really.
Have you received the Word of God through these prints? What did you do with it?
Posted By admin on March 10, 2013
It is a great Christian value to help especially those who are in need. Helping someone who asks for it is like providing the best drug rehab to a family member who has been dependent on narcotics and drugs for a very long time. It was the best solution to their problems. The Bible has sighted stories, anecdotes and parables pertaining to people’s willingness to help the needy and how God rewarded them in the end. And everyone wants to be rewarded in the end.
In this day and age, though, when crimes are rampant and bad people peppered the streets, it may seem quite daunting to help just about anyone who asks for your help on the streets or knock on your doors. Others end up killed, kidnapped or harmed and most people do not want to suffer the same plight. It is a good thing to know that a good number of people are still willing to help anyone in need that comes across their way. Are you a part of that good number?