The story of Lazarus is well-known to many people. That’s the guy that was dead for 4 days and then got raised up by Jesus. We know this guy was Jesus’s friend. He was also the brother of Mary who poured perfume on Jesus and wiped his feet with her hair…So we establish the familyContinue reading “It’s not over yet!”
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Hey! it’s okay to dance in His Presence!
I don’t know why some folks feel it’s un-scriptural, un-holy or ‘canal’ to dance in God’s presence. This is part what I call ‘Doctrine-gone-south’ phenomenon. There’s time for lifting hands. Time for solemn worship. Time for clapping. And likewise for dancing. The Lord wants us to dance (Jer. 31:4) – The Psalmist says in PsContinue reading “Hey! it’s okay to dance in His Presence!”
You’re coming out better and stronger!
“Rabbi,” his disciples asked him, “why was this man born blind? Was it because of his own sins or his parents’ sins?” This is a typical assumption we make when we see someone going through challenges of life. Of course sin brings repercussions…However there’s another side to every story. There could even be many sidesContinue reading “You’re coming out better and stronger!”
Your ‘tool’ has the potential…
Hey! Have you heard of a guy called Shamgar? He was such an interesting character. At the time when Philistines were terrorizing the Israelites it was too dangerous to go to the market…roads were abandoned. However that was when this Shamgar guy went out with ‘not-too-appropriate’ weapon to attack, and ended up killing 600 philistinesContinue reading “Your ‘tool’ has the potential…”
Rendering a timely help
Simon of Cyrene was the man who helped Jesus carry the cross. In Exodus 17 Moses’ arms became so tired he could no longer hold them up. So Aaron and Hur found a stone for him to sit on. Then they stood on each side of Moses, holding up his hands. So his hands heldContinue reading “Rendering a timely help”
‘…People who hang on to grudges are more likely to experience severe depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as other health conditions…’ – John Hopkins Medicine Un-forgiveness causes physical, mental and spiritual damages. It clogs the pipe that transports blessings. But when we forgive, we’re acting in obedience to God, freeing ourselves from bondage,Continue reading “Forgive…”
Jacob was a believer. His parents dined with God. In fact his grand-dad was the ‘father of faith’. Yet, he said ‘the LORD was here and I knew it not!’ Could it be he was so overwhelmed with his situation that he wasn’t expecting God’s move anymore? Or was he used to a particular experienceContinue reading “Be expectant”
Encourage yourself in the LORD
Just want to share my thought with you from 1 Sam 30:1-25 Life could be stressful when a burden seems heavier than we can handle. There can be times of fear when our so called ‘sense of security’ is threatened. These are times when an individual deemed so wise now needs counsel. When the strongContinue reading “Encourage yourself in the LORD”
The Holiness of God
At the hearing of the phrase ‘Holiness of God!; one likely runs farther away from the ONE whose eyes behold no iniquities…we quickly admit we’re not worthy! And that’s true. We wouldn’t be worthy, if not for HIS love, mercy & grace. But for a regenerated mind, God’s nature is even far deeper…As a child, myContinue reading “The Holiness of God”
Thanksgiving, Praise & Worship [Singing Context: Beyond tempo]
When I ask people to differentiate between Thanksgiving, Praise & Worship, I get responses like ‘Praise and thanksgiving are fast songs and worship is the slow part’ or some say ‘I’m good with praise songs but not that good with worship’. These non-musical answers are driven by culture rather than the scripture. So let’s talkContinue reading “Thanksgiving, Praise & Worship [Singing Context: Beyond tempo]”
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