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    Grant me a discerning heart

    Well, everyone has a choice to make especially while entering into a New year. It’s our choice that defines the course of our walk with the Lord. In order to make a choice, we need an discerning heart. Job 32:8 says, “But it is the spirit in man, the breath of the Almighty, that makes him understand” The Bible makes it clear that the spirit of a man is what makes him understand things. It’s more like a compass that directs our way towards God. Let’s see why we need this discerning/understanding heart that God loves to bestow on us:…

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    The resurrected life

    Easter is the day we celebrate every year by wearing new clothes, attending church service, taking part in the communion. Then we get back come back home, feast and proceed with our day to day activities. Have we ever thought what the resurrection of Christ mean to us? Has Christ really risen in our lives? For Christ to arise in our lives, we have to dismantle the old man in us and meet the risen Christ who makes everything new. The resurrection of Jesus brings newness to our lives. His Resurrection is Glorious. Romans 4:25 says, “He was delivered for …

  • something seems to be missing
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    Something seems to be missing

    We may attend church regularly and involve ourselves in all kinds of church activities, but is there something seems to be missing within us? Do we have a good relationship with God? Are we listening to his instructions? Do we feel his love? Or are we feeling empty? The fact is, in all these matters, our relationship with God is the key. A relationship is defined as “the state of being connected or related.” When we are connected with God, the Spirit of God alerts us when we hurt someone. Our hearts grief when He grieves. When we pray God …

  • jesus did it all for us
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    Jesus did it all for us

    “Lord, You know that i have choosen evil over good, You know that I have betrayed You; Guilt lies upon me like a iron cloak. My soul is heavy and my burden is hard” Is this your heart’s cry? All of us have sinned against God. Isaiah 59:2 says, “Your iniquities have separated you from your God”. Sin hurts our Holy God and separates us from Him. God is perfectly Holy and Righteous. He cannot tolerate sin. God hates sin but loves sinners. The forgiveness of sins requires the shedding of blood. Hebrews 9:22 says, “Without the shedding of blood, …