Posts Tagged “nigeria”
We have come to the verge of our Lord’s suffering and death by crucifixion.
Belief in the reality of demons and their ability to possess a human being is viewed by many of the intelligentsia of the West as a relic of the Middle Ages. But try peddling this rejection of the world of the spirits in Africa, Asia, or Latin America.
Question: “Is Jesus the only way to Heaven?” Answer: “I’m basically a good person, so I’ll go to heaven.” “OK, so I do some bad things, but I do more good things, so I’ll go to heaven.” “God won’t send me to hell just because I don’t live by the Bible. Times have changed!” “Only
A Christian congregation in Azerbaijan is waiting pensively to see if a judge will uphold a court order that banned its right to meet and “liquidated” the church. “They are upset, but at the same time they continue coming out hoping for the best,” said Mechti Suleymanov, an elder at Greater Grace Church in Baku, Azerbaijan, which has been meeting for roughly 20 years.
“Amen”? That’s it
At least six people are dead and dozens wounded in two attacks on Christian worshippers in Nigeria.
Nigerian soldiers were responsible for at least eight of 21 deaths after a suicide bombing of two churches Sunday, June 3, local sources claim, according to a Compass Direct News June 7 report.
Because I go to church near the Pentagon, my congregation is blessed to have many chaplains as part of our membership while they serve there. One of my chaplain friends who is now based out West was visiting us recently while he was back in town.
The Psalmist believed God’s word was true (Psalm 119: 42, 89, 96, 142, 160).
The Psalmist believed God’s word was true (Psalm 119: 42, 89, 96, 142, 160). He knew the Scriptures demanded what was right (Psalm 119:75, 86, 128, 137) and provided what was good (Psalm 119:1, 2, 6, 9, 24, 98-100, 105, 130). He delighted in God’s word (Psalm 119: 14, 24, 47, 70, 77, 103, 111,