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Day: January 1, 2014

TODAY’S MEDITATION – ” Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God” (Philippians 1:3-11)

This is the end of the year. The world is preparing to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s eye. Some Christians celebrate Christmas, others don’t… My brother, my sister, we enjoy God’s immeasurable gifts of grace and peace, yet many of us still think that the possessions and shallow experiences the world offers are the most …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – “I did not want to grieve you… but to to let you know the depth of my love for you” (2 Corinthians 2:4).

In this passage, Apostle Paul is writing to the church of Corinth and says he did not enjoy reprimanding them because they were his friends and fellow believers. My brother, my sister, how do you react when someone who cares enough about you confronts you with your wrongdoing? The Bible says: “Wounds from a friend …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Jesus is weeping with you… for you (John 11:33-37).

In this passage of Jesus coming to His friend who died, He sees Lazarus family weeping and wailing, He too weeps. The Bible does not tell us exactly why He wept: was it because He emphasized with their grief or was it because He was troubled by their unbelief? My brother, my sister, whatever the …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – God has reconciled you to His divine favour (2 Corinthians 5:17-18)

Today, it is such a shame that many churches have tragically become more of a theater of entertainment, rather than a place where people come to learn about God and His plans and will for us. Therefore, many believers go to church only because they have a long wishing prayer list and believe that by …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Go and tell the others what Jesus has done for you (Luke 8:38-39)

Unlike many others to whom Jesus gives the opposite instruction, in the passage, Jesus commands this man to go and tell the others what has happened in his life. My brother, my sister, you can be sure of this: Jesus is asking you to tell others about what He has done to bless us. Sometimes, …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – “The Lord granted you gifts to bring Him glory by building up others” (Acts 8:18-23).

In today’s world, we see that “everything has a price”. This is so true that in our world of bribes, wealth and materialism. In this we see that Simon thought he could buy the Holy Spirit’s power, but Peter harshly rebuked him. My brother, my sister, the only way to receive God’s power is to …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – “Not everything is good or beneficial for you” (1 Corinthians 10:23-24).

Sometimes it is difficult to know how to deal with believers who show themselves too zealous and take actions that affect others. In these verses, Apostle Paul gives us a slight insight of what to do when we need to deal with those kind of believers. My brother, my sister, not everything is good or …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Does the world see the Lord in you? (Isaiah 43:10-11)

Israel’s task was to be a witness of God for what God was doing for them. So, they were telling the world who God was! My brother, my sister, as a believer, today you share the responsibility of being the Lord’s witness. Do you know who Jesus is? Do you have a personal experience with …

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