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Amos and Social Justice - Part 1


Amos was a shepherd who lived in the region of Tekoa, not many miles from the city of Jerusalem. He earned his living by raising sheep and taking care of sycamore trees.

Amos And Social Justice Part 2


Amos was summoned by God to warn the Northern Kingdom of Israel of its impending doom due to the collapse of justice and the moral and spiritual decline of the nation. It should be understood that Amos did not travel to Israel in the footprints of Elijah and Elisha; working miracles and wonders.

Be Careful How You Live -- Ephesians 5:15-20


There is a sharp contrast in Ephesians between the "light" and the "dark" (cf. 5:8).

Do You Have Disciples?


Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men." That was the command of the master, Jesus of Nazareth when he walked the face of this earth to two fishermen, Simon and his brother, Andrew.

In The Beginning Christ!


As I was doing my studies, the Lord put something on my heart that really took me by surprise. He dropped a little bit of revelation knowledge into my mind, and it took me on a great ride.

Praying Hands - Are You Using Yours Correctly?


Do you find prayer intimidating? Have you ever said, "I don't know how to pray"? If so, you may be surprised to learn that there is no "right" or "wrong" method of prayer. Nor is prayer reserved for a handful of religious professionals.

Understanding How To Pray - Part 1 of 2


Being in the Ministry for a few years now, I've noticed one major issue that most Christians seem to have trouble with that issue is understanding prayer.I can not count how many times people talk as if prayer is a foreign thing, or the numbers of prayers will equal success with getting God to move on your part.

How to Study the Bible 5 Keys


This article was inspired by a book by E. W.

Fellowship Forever


Today I would like to share with you the word "Fellowship" as rendered from the Greek word in the New Testament in the KJV "Koinonia". The word is from the Greek root word "Koinonos", which is translated partaker five times, partner three times, fellowship one time and companion one time for a total of ten times.

Conclave: Electing a New Pope


Upon the death of the Pope, a monumental sequence of events unfolds, culminating in a process known as the conclave whereby a new Pope is elected to lead the Roman Catholic faith.Beneath Michelangelo's revered ceiling in the Sistine Chapel, the College of Cardinals, led by the Cardinal Camerlegno (Cardinal Chamberlain), Eduardo Martinez Somalo, begins the arduous process of selecting the pope's successor.

Pope John Paul II, The Right Man at the Right Time


The world has been blessed to have Pope John Paul II for the past 27 years. Many people have called him The Man of the Century.

Women as Catholic Priests: The Time for Change is Now


In ancient Rome, the cradle of democracy, women had no rights. Their place was in the home under the custody and control of the master of the house, which would often be the husband or father.

The Dark Side of The Pope


If you look at just the man/women after he/she has died, what part of the humanity do you eulogize?Every person has something to bring to us in his or her death; it is a gift from the other side and is the knowledge of the past and an open door to a new path for the future. The life lived by any person can motivate us to a brighter and more enlightened future.

Mirrors of Reality


Have you ever looked into a mirror and wondered what happened that changed you from the last time you looked?Good news! It really doesn't matter if it was a good change or not!Why not? Because you really aren't looking at something that's real! It's not only temporary but it's distorted!God's Word is Your Mirror of Reality We are told in 2 Corinthians 3:18 that God's Word gives us a clear picture of who we are and what we have been promised.When we look into that mirror we actually see the real reflection and as we do it more we become more and more like Jesus.

Rudraksha Beads - For Health, Wealth & Spirituality


The Tears of Lord Shiva that are Rudraksha, are the original Vedic Beads of Power worn by the Yogis of India and the Himalayas for thousands of years to maintain health and to gain self empowerment and fearless life on their path to Enlightenment and Liberation.The Electromagnetic Properties of the Rudraksha Beads improve concentration, focus and mental stamina.

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