Where is the Lord? Is He with us?

Job 23:3, 3 If only I knew where to find him;    if only I could go to his dwelling! We all believe there is a Lord and we devotedly pray to Him. At some crossroads in life we happen to question ourselves, Is there a Lord? If there is, is He with us? The Lord Himself hadContinue reading “Where is the Lord? Is He with us?”

The Apostle in India

The Bible teaches us that the apostle Thomas was a doubting disciple.  When Jesus appeared after His resurrection before the disciples, apostle Thomas was not among them. John 20:25-27, 25 So the other disciples told him, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I see the nail marks in his handsContinue reading “The Apostle in India”

Do not become a fool when you see wealth

Luke 12: 13-21, The Parable of the rich fool Is it wrong to say that man labors each day to accumulate some wealth for himself and his family??? The answer is, No. A farmer has to work really hard for his crop to reach harvest. He needs to get the soil ready for irrigation. BesidesContinue reading “Do not become a fool when you see wealth”

Do not trivialize the word of God

In the Old Testament we have several times read that when the sins of the world increased, there is intervention from the Lord. It is not necessary that the sins and actions that man considers as trivial are trivial before the Lord as well. The Lord is holy, there is nothing unholy in Him. InContinue reading “Do not trivialize the word of God”

Promises of God and our Reactions

Genesis 15:5, 5 He took him outside and said, “Look up at the sky and count the stars—if indeed you can count them.” Then he said to him, “So shall your offspring be.” In the Bible, in both Old Testament and the New Testament we read a lot about the promises of God. The word of GodContinue reading “Promises of God and our Reactions”

Walking in the wrong direction can lead one to problems

2 Kings 5, In this chapter we read about Naman, who was a commander in the army of King Aram. Even though he was brave and valiant, Naman had leprosy. During one of his raids, Aram had taken captive a young girl from Israel, and she served Naaman’s wife. The young girl said to herContinue reading “Walking in the wrong direction can lead one to problems”

Be alert and pray, and watch out for the enemy’s trap

Mathew 26:41, 41 “Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.” Mathew 4, Luke 4 , In both these chapter we read Jesus was filled with the Holy Spirit, and was led by the Spirit into the wilderness. The Son of God fasted for forty days. InContinue reading “Be alert and pray, and watch out for the enemy’s trap”

The thief on the right

When we speak about the Lord’s crucifixion, there is one thing that is discussed the most, the thief on the right. Our Lord does not let go or abandon any sinner. He does not count our innumerable iniquities against us. He embraces everyone who truly repents and returns to Him. 1.He self evaluated himself: TheContinue reading “The thief on the right”

Jesus suffered for our transgressions

Another Passion week and Good Friday has arrived. World over, Christians have been observing fast and maintaining a life that befits this time. They have brought changes to their lifestyle and made minor/major changes depending on each person’s capability to bring life to order. On Easter everyone engages in revelry and gluttony. People eat toContinue reading “Jesus suffered for our transgressions”

The Lord Loves Us Always

The act of sin is as old as man himself. The Bible teaches us that our Heavenly Father created man in His own image. When He saw that man was all alone He didn’t like it. So He created woman as a companion for man. The Father created the Garden of Eden where man livedContinue reading “The Lord Loves Us Always”