“To be a Christian without prayer is no more possible than to be alive without breathing”, said Martin Luther King Jr. As a follower of Christ, we know the importance of prayer. Prayer is a lifeline for our spiritual life and a sweet time to have fellowship with our creator. We can see there are several types of prayers in the Bible and we might have them in our prayer lives. Prayer of praise, thanksgiving, petition, deliverance, healing, repentance, guidance and so on. In this post, I want to talk about one such type of purposeful prayer which focuses on God’s purpose to live a victorious life.Continue reading
“Peace I leave with you, my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid”, said Jesus Christ. If we look at the world today and even in our hearts, it is very evident that many are under the heavy grip of anxiety about the Covid-19 situation. Peace is the most essential need of the hour. Not only during this Covid situation but we need peace every day of our lives.Continue reading
The Bible says the word of God is a seed. It has life and can produce fruits when planted in our lives. Are you planting this seed and bearing fruits or living a superficial spiritual life without any fruits? In the last post – Living a fruitful life (Part 1), we saw how we need to prepare our hearts and receive God’s word. Let’s continue the remaining part in this post.
Every seed carries life and has the potential to be fruitful. It can grow and produce fruits only if it is planted. The Bible says the word of God is a seed. It has life and can produce fruits when planted in our lives. Are you planting this seed and bearing fruits or living a superficial spiritual life without any fruits? In this series of posts (Part 1 & 2), let us explore how we can plant God’s word to produce its desired outcome in our lives.
Many of us love to be spectators in life and satisfied being in the audience. This applies to our faith as well. We love to be marveled about God but never move further in real faith. We are content with our amazement and continue to be spectators of God’s blessings. Are you a spectator or an active participant in faith?
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