Today I read 2 Chronicles 15. I mean, I studied this chapter but I also listened to the Book of Romans.
My friends, I can’t tell you how much I love the Book of Romans. It was the first book that the Holy Spirit opened my spiritual eyes to understand for the first time while I was in my bedroom in New Delhi, India, in the middle of the night. (Please don’t ask, “When?” It was 100 years ago.) Continue reading Man Forsaking God
I wish there was a way to mention the names of all veterans and thank each one of them for putting their lives on the line to make this beautiful and great land, America, what it is today!
Continue reading THANK YOU!
Cohabitation (living together before marriage) seemed to be the topic of old times. We hear a message about cohabitation rarely in churches.
“It offends many people! We shouldn’t offend people, we should lovingly call them to Christ.” Continue reading Living Together Before Marriage
When a man wants to marry a girl because he lusts after her body, he can present himself to her as the most romantic man on this planet earth.
And for a girl, there is nothing as attractive as a romantic man. She thinks that he is madly in love with her. But the truth of the matter is he is not really in love with her. Is he ready for a long term commitment such as marriage? Oh, no, he is not. But does he care if he even goes through the wedding process to have her body for a night? No, he doesn’t care. Continue reading After the First Night
John MacArthur is the man of God that I adore and pray for God to lengthen his days on this earth because he is very much needed for the Bride of Christ.
Continue reading Joy In My Heart For Sharing
Whenever I read the Bible, I sometimes catch myself zooming in on one word or phrase and can’t move forward.
Today, I read 2 Chronicles 13 and the phrase that stopped me in the middle was this: “the battle cry,” on verse 15.
First, I wrestled with the phrase for a few minutes but the only thing I was able to come up with was the literal meaning of the words, battle and cry. But the literal meaning of those words didn’t sync or flow with the context of the chapter.
Continue reading The Battle Cry (“ፉከራ”)
This morning I read 2 Chronicles 12 and you have no idea how this chapter spoke to my heart.
“Then the prophet Shemaiah came to Rehoboam [the King of Judah, he is King Solomon’s son] and to the leaders of Judah who had assembled in Jerusalem for fear of Shishak, and he said to them, “This is what the Lord says, ‘You have abandoned me; therefore, I now abandon you to Shishak.’”” Verse 5
You know, when God takes us as His own, He means serious business.
Continue reading “Shishak” is Sent By God
Like every Ethiopian, my soul is aching these days for my people, especially for the mothers of 86 young fallen Ethiopians (82 men and 4 women).
Continue reading Healed My Grieving Soul
“True freedom is not freedom from responsibility to God and others in order to live for ourselves, but [freedom] from ourselves in order to live for God and others ” ~ John Sttot
“Whatever makes you most happy is your god.” ~ John Piper Continue reading Food For the Thought
There is no Christianity by going with the tide.
Another name for a Christian is “holy,” means, different, set apart from the world for the sole purpose of proclaiming/declaring the goodness and glory of God, the God who called us out of darkness into His wonderful and marvelous light. Continue reading Going With the Tide