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Holy Spirit, Our Intercessor (Romans 8:18-27)

Is prayer hard for you? Do you sometimes feel you don’t know what to pray ? May the power of the Holy Spirit make you to be the person that God intend for you; make you useful. Romans8:15; the spirit we receives doesn’t make us slave, so that we live in fear again, rather the … Continue reading

The Power of the Holy Spirit “Romans 15:13-21)

The power of the Holy Spirit conquers our heart and minds to help us have faith and trust in Christ. When we are over flown with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit we remain resolute and optimistic in our daily life challenge and encounters and do tremendous work that will be pleasing in … Continue reading

Holy Spirit,the glorifier” John 16:14-15; Phil 2:1-11.

The sign of the Holy Spirit is in me ; giving glory to God , bringing people to Christ. Sometimes we rather quote the preacher than quote the scripture,in accordance to Gods word; For the son glorifies the father and the Holy Spirit glorifies the Son. For the Holy Spirit was given to us to … Continue reading

Holy Spirit Our Advocate (John 14:16-17, 1Corinthians 2:9-19)

Jesus Christ planted the seed of the church and used the Holy Spirit to water the seed growth that multiplied the production of the fruits. Today we can see the true manifestation of the gift of the Holy Spirit in different dimension as it was projected. The Holy Spirit is a multiplayer in our church … Continue reading

Igniting the Spirit ( Ezekiel 37:1-14)

587 BC Israel ,was in captivity in Babylon: They where not slaves as the enjoyed normal life activity and where able to integrate into the Babylonian society with minor restrictions. During the captivity, Ezekiel saw a vision of the rise to life of the Israelites and their return and rebuilding of their land. Ezekiel vision … Continue reading

“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

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