David, who was anointed to become King of Israel, had many enemies, and he wrote the words of Psalm 18 at a time when God delivered him from those enemies, including Saul, the King he would then replace. David was so overwhelmed by his enemies that he felt as if “the cords of death entangled” […]
Category: Walk In Faith
The Mother Of All Living
When sin entered the world, grief and pain entered the lives of Adam and Eve. Think of the joy this couple experienced at the birth of Cain. Genesis records her saying, I have acquired a man from the Lord. Then, shortly after, they were blessed with another son in the birth of Abel. It did […]
“God interest” is not a commonly used phrase, so I do not have a specific definition for it. However, it could be interpreted as an interest or curiosity in the concept of a higher power or deity. It could also refer to the study of religious beliefs, practices, and institutions related to a god or […]
The promise of a glorious new beginning came from God to the Children of Israel at a bleak period of their history. They were in captivity, lost everything, and were homesick for the land God had promised them. But God wanted to do a new thing for them. Maybe you can identify with the Children […]
A Dream of Hope
Today Americans celebrate the life of the great Christian leader Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Below are four quotes from him that will give us hope in this hopeless time. “I say to you today, my friends . . . even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a […]
Principle 4 Ujamaa / Cooperative economics: Hebrew13:16. And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased. Christians are instructed to share their wealth and make sacrifices for others. Economic wealth may not mean just money. It can mean anything that can make wealth or improve someone’s standing in […]
Is Europe Post-Christian or Pre-Revival?
As a missionary to this “prodigal continent,” here’s how I see church planting, the prayer movement, and diaspora churches making a difference.
Good morning Everyone, We have all heard the sad news of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. She served this country for 70 years and demonstrated her faith in Jesus through these years. I personally thank God for the dignity, grace and humility in which she served. At this time, I would like […]
In a series of photos, titled “White Ebony,” Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko challenges stereotypes about people with albinism.
The saga of former Christian Joshua Harris is unfortunate, but it’s going to keep happening.
Quotes by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
We have been become so accustomed to TV preachers that sugarcoat everything or take things out of context, that a Christian needs to switch the ‘looking box’ off and get stuck in the Bible to drown out the filth. If we are looking for good Christian material to read, look no further than books authored […]
Real Talk: Postcode gangs
How postcode wars have made London a murder capital
Pastor David Lynn. Street preaching in Toronto. Arrested for preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Assaulted numerous times.. Bullied.. Bashed for His faith. Arrested for preaching on a PUBLIC SIDEWALK. As the sounds of “tolerance” and “inclusion” continue to ring up and down the streets of America, it seems those principles fail to apply when […]
Soldier of Christ, if thou enlisteth, thou wilt have to do hard battle. There is no bed of down for thee; there it no riding to heaven in a chariot; the rough way must be trodden; mountains must be climbed, rivers must be forded, dragons must be fought, giants must be slain, difficulties must be […]
Praying Like a Rock Star
Why do we like Rock Stars? And why do so many want to be one, but never get there? Rock stars become stars- because they hit the nail on the head (somewhere) they are hitting on what people are feeling, experiencing, wanting & desiring! Yesterday I asked the Holy Spirit to lead and guide me”¦Yes […]