A Prisoner of Jesus Christ

No one can have a spiritual awakening unless they first experience a spiritual imprisonment. The Galatian Christians were soon removed from the Gospel of grace (2). They knew about it, but they had not allowed the grace of God to be established in their hearts. Contrarily, the apostle Paul states,...

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Daily Transformation

When we refuse to let God change our natural dispositions, we are receiving the grace of God in vain. Many times, statements like these are made: “I can’t do that, because it’s not in my personality to be that way?” Or, “I’m too shy, old, young, inexperienced,” etc. It is...

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Putting Jesus First

Jesus lived truth, and then He taught what He lived (2). He said, “If any man will do his [the Father’s] will, he shall know of the doctrine” (John 7:17a ). A person who merely talks about his beliefs, but never practices them, is not putting Jesus first in his...

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The Language of Calvary

Ever since the Tower of Babel (2), language has been a barrier that keeps us from communicating with the world. But there is a language that everyone can understand – it speaks of the heavens and the earth. It declares the glory of God (3). God’s Son is the commanding...

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The Right Viewpoint

Our viewpoint is reflected by how we react in situations we are placed in.There are two points of view – natural, and supernatural. The scientific mentality of men denies the latter. Natural viewpoint needs sight to support it; it requires logical interpretations of miracles, healings, etc. Those who think with...

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An Open Door

There is something threatening about closed doors. We all face them. Sometimes a door is closed because we are intimidated by what it seems to be. It is almost as if it becomes bolted by our cold unbelief. Amos spoke of the courageous being so intimidated that “he that is...

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The Spiritual House

The great need of the hour is for the believer to be internally built up and fortified. Nehemiah wept because the wall was broken down around the city of God and God’s people. When each believer is built up, it is not just for his sake, but for the Body...

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