You’re Precious!

#unconditional love People look at you and see your imperfections but God looks at you and says '....... Yes,I have loved you with an everlasting love...' (Jeremiah 31:3). God believes you're worth dying for, that is why He gave His only begotten Son Jesus for you to have eternal life. God wants to make something … Continue reading You’re Precious!


If You Were To Die Today

This is a thought-provoking piece by Ryan Callahan, you really need to read it. Stay blessed

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Many of you know I received Jesus as my Lord and Savior my freshman year in college in 1996 through the ministry efforts of Campus Crusade for Christ.  During my entire four years at the University of Northern Colorado I was blessed with a great mentor and friend who was the Director of Campus Crusade at the time.  His name was Jim, but we called him Jim Bro because he called all the guys “bro.”  I received discipleship training in the Word and evangelism and soon I was sharing Christ all over campus with Jim and the other brothers from Crusade.  I want to share one of the questions Jim would ask when we were sharing Christ.  It is a shocking question and the answers people gave were very interesting and revealing.

The question is this:

If you were to die today, how sure are you that you…

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There’s a more excellent way……

Do you have a troublesome neighbor, child, spouse, colleague, sibling or a brother/sister in church and you're wondering on how to deal with them? There's a way....... You've gotten angry, you've employed the wailing method, the blackmail method and you've even employed the malice method as well as other subtle vices to get back at … Continue reading There’s a more excellent way……

Words of Life ~ ARMOUR

God's Grace ~ God's Glory!

(If you have not read our last post which leads into this one, here is the link.)

The Old Testament uses the word ARMOUR as relating to physical warfare – the dress of a soldier and his weapons. The New Testament uses the word ARMOUR in reference to spiritual warfare using the weapons of God.

Old Testament H3627
Strong’s Concordance defines ARMOUR kĕliy kel·ē’; from H3615; something prepared, i.e. any apparatus (as an implement, utensil, dress, vessel or weapon)

We share two references, the most commonly known is in 1 Samuel 17:38 where David was at first armed with Saul’s armour, which David could not wear. He faced Goliath with only a stone and slingshot.

And Saul armed David with his armour, and he put an helmet of brass upon his head; also he armed him with a coat of mail. 1 Samuel 17:38

Jeremiah 50:25 speaks…

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