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These are moral lessons inspired by the Holy Spirit to transform you to be.

Duties of the Holy Spirit

Jesus in His teaching taught the disciples about the Holy Spirit and His mission on earth. The amazing fact about this is that, it’s Jesus (the Son of God) who gives us account of the Holy Spirit and not a disciple. And so it can be made clear without doubt …

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Who is the Holy Spirit?

Developing a personal relationship with the Holy Spirit and an understanding of the supernatural is an exciting part of our spiritual journey in Christianity. The Holy Spirit plays a vital role in our lives as believers and followers of Christ. The Holy Spirit is a holy mystery. But the unfortunate …

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Previous teachings have made us understood the meaning of sin and how we sin against God. Over here we are learning about what happens to us when we sin against God. YOU BECOME SPIRITUALLY SICK Matthew 9:12 ‘On hearing this, Jesus said, “It is not the healthy who need a …

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A Little Bread or A Little Word?

A master bought two cats and placed them in two different cages. He fed both cats on a weekly routine basis, but gave one proper care than the other. Due to this, one became stronger and healthier while the other became not physically fit. One day, he placed the day’s food in a …

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Everything being equal, a person cannot deliver him/herself from a coming wrath. It is beyond our own ability to deliver ourselves from sin with its aftermath. Everyone is found guilty with an act that is evil. The Christian Bible teaches that man is a sinner and can never earn salvation …

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We have previously learnt that sin as defined in the original translations of the Bible, means “to miss the mark”. And the Hebrew and Greek words translated “sin” throughout the Bible revolve largely around one major concept and that is transgression. To transgress means “to step across” or “to go …

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Sin as defined in the original translations of the Bible, means “to miss the mark.” The mark, in this case, is the standard of perfection established by God and evidenced by Jesus. This concept talks about the idea of failing to measure up to a standard. For example, most academic …

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Find out how God protects you (pt 1)

Even though I walk     through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil,     for you are with me; your rod and your staff,     they comfort me. Psalm 23:4 These days reading the newspapers and listening to the news can be frightening. Almost every news item seems designed to strike fear …

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