Enoch Walked with God

Enoch and Elijah are two classic examples of people who walked with God. “To walk with God” means we are going forward, relating to progress. When anyone walks with God, his very life will testify against ungodliness. There is a high price to pay in order to walk with God....

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Love for All Men

In I Thessalonians 3:12, Paul’s prayer for the Thessalonian converts was that the Lord would cause them to increase and abound in love for one another, and for all men. The basis of our love for one another in the Body of Christ is our mutual union with Him by...

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Victorious Words

All too often, a believer becomes the product of his negative confessions. When confronted with the opposition of a trial, he begins to operate in sight evaluation instead of responding by faith initiation. Thus, his vocabulary is characterized by words of disappointment and defeat. His confessions begin to magnify the...

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Theantric Action

Since the inception of the church, Christians have struggled with the dilemma of representing the infinite God to mankind. The process of theantric action is the only provision whereby Christians are able to manifest the true nature of God in their mortal bodies within the Body of Christ and to...

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The Path Marked for Us

People like to have a leader, someone’s footsteps that they can follow. Teenagers generally have someone to look up to. Businessmen are sure to have the latest gadgets and inventions that their co-workers have. Everyone is looking for someone to follow. Jesus Christ was sent to be our servant and...

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Serving Has No Bounds

A true servant is only concerned with pleasing the one he serves. The real men of God in the Bible were not in the habit of living in self-determination. They did not decide where or what type of environment in which to serve. Oftentimes, we start to murmur when we...

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Who is in Control?

Our scripture reading today takes us to the story of the rich ruler. This young man had kept all the commandments; yet, Jesus told him he lacked one thing (verse 22). The problem here was that the ruler was in total control of his own life; he was not willing...

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