EFFECTIVE PRAYER

EFFECTIVE PRAYER

(James 1:2- 8, 5:13- 18) Prayer is a means of communicating with God. Prayer is very important in the life of a Christian. It is the means of interacting with ...
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FAITH AND WORK

FAITH AND WORK

(James 1:22-27, 2:14-26) ST. JAMES TEACHING ON FAITH AND WORK Faith means trust or belief. St. James, in his epistle, admonished Christians who genuinely believe in Jesus Christ to reflect ...
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THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT

THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT

(Galatians 5:19 - 25, Acts 2:38, Romans 10:9-10) Fruit in the biblical concept refers to human conducts. Fruit of the spirit are godly conducts and those of the flesh are ...
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SPIRITUAL GIFTS

SPIRITUAL GIFTS

Different Types of Spiritual Gifts 1 Corinthians 12:1-31 Spiritual gifts are the special spiritual endowments given by the Holy Spirit upon the various members of the church for the common ...
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FORGIVENESS

FORGIVENESS

Philemon 1 Forgiveness literally, implies having no more wish to punish someone for an offence earlier committed; or simply, to show mercy to someone, no longer having ill-feelings towards him ...
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HUMILITY

HUMILITY

Philippians 2:1-11; 1 Peter 5:5-11 Humility, simply put, is that state of mind depicting a modest opinion of oneself. It is one of the greatest attributes of a christian, without ...
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JESUS THE SON OF GOD AND CHRISTIANS AS CHILDREN OF GOD

JESUS THE SON OF GOD AND CHRISTIANS AS CHILDREN OF GOD

Galatians 3:23-29; 4:1-7 In several places in the New Testament, Jesus is referred to as the Son of God. For example, at his baptism, God's voice declared: "This is my ...
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NEW LIFE IN CHRIST

NEW LIFE IN CHRIST

Romans 6:1-4, 12-14; Colossians 3:1-17 Paul's idea of a new life in Christ is that some virtues ought to distinguish someone who says he is living such a life. He ...
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LAW AND GRACE

LAW AND GRACE

Law in the context of religion means a body of God's instructions ordinances, statutes and commandments, as presented through prophets or holy persons, aimed at guiding man in his relationship ...
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JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH

JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH

Literally, the word- Justification means pronouncing a culpable or guilty person innocent, hence, scrapping whatever punishment such a guilty fellow would have faced because of the offence he committed. "Justification ...
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