Monthly Archives: October 2017

Pay the price for God’s guidance; never say “God is silent”

I was reading through the story of Joseph in Genesis 37-50 for my assignment in seminary study tonight, I was moved to tears when I came to the part when Joseph broke into tears and wept aloud when Judah revealed … Continue reading

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Whatever you bind/loose on earth, is it you bind or God bind? Matt 18:18

Matthew 18: 18 Truly, I say to you, whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed [f] in heaven. The best discovery ever since I started in my MABS. In my Greek book, … Continue reading

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Teach me to pray -ii (Redeemer devotion)

New Testament Reading False teachers were becoming so popular that Peter was compelled to expose the toxic nature of a spirituality that is rooted more in personal gain than godly patience. This letter anchors the reader in the promises of … Continue reading

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Teach me to pray-I

Remind yourself that this morning marks another day to enjoy and glorify God. Use this email as you are able, in whole or in part. Call to Prayer Satisfy us in the morning with your unfailing love, that we may … Continue reading

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My Reflection on “How to Stay Christian in Seminary”-as I started Seminary

My Reflection on “How to Stay Christian in Seminary” One of the first things that hits me as I read this book is the statement that we should approach our studies devotionally. This encourages me and enlightens me a lot as … Continue reading

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