As good and honorable our desire to follow Christ might sound, it can be deceiving and dangerous. We will look at Jesus’ warning to his followers to gain a deeper understanding of our motive in following him and the blessing of living for the cause of Christ.
The world in which we live presents individualism and self-preservation as virtues, but The Scriptures tell us that Christians are to be a community-minded people focused on love, care, and compassion. This wonderful passage in Galatians serves as a reminder that we are to be known by genuine care for our fellow brothers and sisters. […]
Our studying of Ephesians 4 brings us to a very important question: how being a part of the local church can become a blessing for a believer? Apostle Paul brings 4 remarkable aspects of the local church that every believer partakes in. We trust that this passage will become a great encouragement for those who don’t […]
Christ has given every believer a special gift. It is our responsibility to recognize the gift and utilize it for His glory. Ephesians 4:7-10 helps us to understand this truth in more detail. Our gift is not the ultimate goal, but just a means to build up Christ’s Kingdom. Soli Deo Gloria.
The key word for the second half of the book of Ephesians is: “to walk.” Five times this word is used to mark down five major paragraphs in the second half of the letter to Ephesians. The first one deals with life that reflects the calling of the Christian, and the one that puts to […]
The intercessory prayer is something that is less and less practiced by today’s Christians. Yes, they pray, and at times pray a lot, but often for personal needs only. We should bring our personal needs to God, and should have personal time of fellowship with Christ in prayer. However, our passage is introducing us to […]