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Day: March 16, 2014

TODAY’S MEDITATION – Lord, your Word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path (Psalm 119:105)

There is something interesting in reading the Bible more and more: you get to find out that each word has a specific revelation where it is placed. My brother, my sister, The Lord gave us His Word to be not only a lamp unto our feet, but also a light on our path. Now, we …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – You are no longer a slave because “it’s finished” (Galatians 4:7)

In the Gospel of John, the Greek word translated “it is finished” (John 19:30) is tetelestai, which means “paid in full”. Yes, Jesus finished the debt of sin owed by mankind in full. Now, my brother, my sister, what does this mean for us Christians today? It means that the consequences of this debt were …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Do you long to enter the courts of the Lord? (Psalm 84:1-4)

My brother, my sister, today, allow me to start with my testimony of the first time I was really touched and transformed by the Lord. At that time I was not a committed Christian. I would go to church when I had time, and prayed when I found space, and my prayer was set to …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – “Call on me in the day of trouble” (Psalm 50:15)

Very often, in time of distress, we turn left and right, looking for relief or help. But most of the time, it seems no one can give us the relief or help we need. My brother, my sister, you are a candidate to God’s mercy and deliverance if you are in trouble today. The Bible …

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