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“Let the peace of Christ be the decider in your heart” ( Col.3:14-16)

Shalom (Peace) is a significant word in our faith as Christians, as Jesus Christ our Lord saviour ministry and preaching was all about peace . The intention for the birth of Jesus Christ was for the purpose of peace in the world. The significance of unity in the church is the manifestation of the beauty … Continue reading

Go forth to shine a New (Luke 2:22-40)

What next after seeing Jesus: the celebration of his birth should signify something unique in our life, and encourage us for the challenges ahead. Simeon; a righteous and devout old man who was waiting for the consolation of Israel before he die, was able to see his dreams come true, Simeon anticipations is différent from … Continue reading

Welcome the peace of Christ (Luke 1:46-55)

Through the birth of Jesus Christ, God turned the world around to make it livrable for everybody. Through Jesus, God is making the world a place of welcome and nurture not just for some , the privilege but for every one. Jesus come to usher in the peace of God in our life , where … Continue reading

Song of Joy

The third Sunday of the advent is the advent of joy; Joy in our life can vary but one joy that unite us is the joy of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, whose birth brought forth change in the way we worship and serve, the change that liberated us from the bondage’s of … Continue reading

Waiting in Hope ( Isaiah 64:1-9 & 1 Corinthians 1:3-9)

Isaiah lived on a trial time of great challenge and intimidation from their neighbours who seems more powerful in military might and show of force. Isaiah frustration can be felt in his prayers to God, seeking God to descend from heaven and destroy the enemies of the Israelites. Isaiah prayer was filled with optimist and … Continue reading

Habit of Hospitality: Sharing our authentic selves”(1 Thessalonians 2:1-8)

Paul’s letter to Thessalonians continued to stress on the purpose of sharing our authentic selves in service, with a lot of emphasis of him as an apostle of God who led in sharing his authentic service by humbling himself before the people as a servant. He Emphasised that his purpose is to please God, not … Continue reading

Habits of Hospitality: Welcoming all the people. (1Thessalonians 1:1-10)

Most Thessalonians are Greeks and non Jew believers. The faced prosecution by the Roman government but in all this difficulty the where resolute in faith. The Thessalonians church was founded by Paul (Act 17) who continued to mentor the church and the people in the face of the daily difficulties. Hospitality & Welcoming  What does … Continue reading

Habits of Hospitality: Welcoming all the people. (1Thessalonians 1:1-10)

Most Thessalonians are Greeks and non Jew believers. The faced prosecution by the Roman government but in all this difficulty the where resolute in faith. The Thessalonians church was founded by Paul (Act 17) who continued to mentor the church and the people in the face of the daily difficulties. Hospitality & Welcoming  What does … Continue reading

Habits of Hospitality: Welcoming all the people. (1Thessalonians 1:1-10)

Most Thessalonians are Greeks and non Jew believers. The faced prosecution by the Roman government but in all this difficulty the where resolute in faith. The Thessalonians church was founded by Paul (Act 17) who continued to mentor the church and the people in the face of the daily difficulties. Hospitality & Welcoming  What does … Continue reading

Covering Prayer( Mathew 6:5-13 and Psalm 131)

We don’t need perfection to come to God but we need to have The will strength to come to the Lord with our flaws and sins as that makes who we are the mixture of “good and bad”.  Start with trust; trust God, will attend to us and accept us for who else can we … Continue reading

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