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Day: November 25, 2013

TODAY’S MEDITATION – Only the Lord knows the value of your service for Him! (Matthew 20:1-16)

Yesterday, I heard a testimony that made me humble as a Christian and a servant of the Most High: this brother who was converted less than 6 months ago, displayed a spiritual maturity that led me to question myself about how God works. My brother, my sister, the Scripture that helped me understand what I …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Faith and obedience are opposite sides of the same coin (read these 3 chapters: Judges 6, Judges 7, Judges 8 )

You will know you have faith when you believe in things when common sense tells you not to. This is what the story of Gideon teaches us. My brother, my sister, the Lord called Gideon and gave him a mission that seemed crazy. But, what is wonderful is that, Gideon doubted, was afraid, but he …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – God will always prevail with or without you (Judges 8:5-9).

In this passage, the leaders of Succoth and Peniel refused to help Gideon, probably because they were afraid of the Midianite’s revenge should Gideon fail (Gideon’s army had only 300 men and they were chasing 15000). My brother, my sister, what these people did not realise is that victory was certain because God was with …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – The Bible says “check it for yourself” (Luke 1:1-4)

Luke was a medical doctor before following Jesus. Therefore, he knew the importance of being thorough. He used his skills in observation and analysis to thoroughly investigate the stories about Jesus. His diagnosis was: The Good News of Jesus Christ is true! My brother, my sister, as you read Luke’s account of Jesus, you are …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Believe in the Lord’s compassion, as it is always present (Lamentations 3:1-66 )

The book of Lamentations is a book that shows us the eternal compassion of God for His people. While we see Jeremiah lament for Jerusalem, he sees a glimmer of hope in the midst of affliction. My brother, my sister, this book shows us that in the deepest moments of grief, the compassion of God …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Worshiping the Lord wholeheartedly (Lamentations 2:7)

There are many occurrences of the destruction of the temple in the Bible, or rather of unfaithful temples! Today we are the temple of God, so we should always be careful about what we are doing in the name of God, lest we are heading for destruction. My brother, my sister, your place of worship …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – What have you done of your brother? (Job 6:14)

“To him that is afflicted pity should be shewed from his friend.” What is amazing is that the Word of God is full of God’s demonstration of His love and compassion. Many Christians read the Bible every day, yet they still seem not to understand what it means being a Christian. The first fruit a …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Adversity builds character (Romans 5:3-5)

Today Christianity is the greatest battle that every Christian must fight. hat is why the Lord is asking us His followers that “WHEN THE SON OF MAN COMES, WILL HE FIND FAITH ON THE EARTH? (Luke 18:8). My brother, my sister, Jesus Himself said to follow him, we must be prepared to go through what …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – What God begins He continues in you (Philippians 1:6)

Becoming a Christian is the deepest and most wonderful change that can happen to anyone on this earth. It is not a superficial or temporary change. It is a work of God. My brother, my sister, if you are a true Christian today it is because God began and is continuing a mighty work in …

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