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    If All Is Well, Why Am I Like This? (5)

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    You’re welcome to a contnuation of this series. Don’t forget I took my text from Gen. 25:20-23 pointing out that Rebekah who was preganant said, “If all is well, why am I like this?” because the children struggled together within her. I want to conclude this message today by talking on other things in addition…

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    If All Is Well, Why Am I Like This? (4)

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    Welcome to the fourth part of this series. Please remember that I took my text from Gen. 25:20-23 pointing out that Rebekah who was preganant said, “If all is well, why am I like this?” because the children struggled together within her. Last week I shared with you some things you need to know when…

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  • If All Is Well, Why Am I Like This? (2)

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    Faith Praise the Lord! I’m excited to welcome you to your favourite column. I want to bring you the second part of this week which I began last week. I took my text from Gen. 25:20-23 and pointed out how pregnant Rebekah said, “If all is well, why am I like this?” because the children…

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    How Not To Lose Your Place (2)

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    “Like a bird that wanders from its nest is a man who wanders from his place” (Prov 27:8, NKJV). I pray for you: You shall not lose your place in Jesus’ name. Last week, I talked about some Bible characters who lost their place – Judas Iscariot, Adam and Eve, Esau and Lucifer and the…

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    How Not To Lose Your Place

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    There is a place called “your place.” It could be geographical or positional. It could be your home, your marriage, your business, your ministry, your career, etc. It is God’s will for you. It is your place of destiny, your place of prosperity, your place of fulfillment. God expects you to keep your place and…

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    Becoming A Productive Thinker (1)

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    In Mark 2:3-12, there are two kinds of people one will read about. They are those who engaged in productive thinking and those who engaged in unproductive thinking. In the first category were the friends of the paralytic. Against all obstacles, they thought of a way out to get their paralytic friend to where Jesus…

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    Preparing For The Master’s Return (3)

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    Jesus is coming back! No definite time of his return is stated in the Bible. All we are expected to do is to prepare for his return. How are we supposed to prepare? I discussed two things last week: (1) Be heavenly minded. (2) Be expectant of his return. What other things should we do?…

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  • Easter Lessons (3)

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    Praise the Lord! I’m glad to bring you the third part of this series which I began before the Easter celebration. Though Easter is gone, it’s important to conclude the series because the lessons are relevant to our everyday life. In previous editions, I discussed the following lessons:  (1) God expects sacrificial love from you…

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  • Easter Lessons (2)

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    Happy Easter! I’m glad to bring you this Easter Sunday the second part of this series which I began last week in preparation for the Easter celebration.  We are looking at the lessons that we can learn from the events that preceded the resurrection of Jesus –his arrest, trial, crucifixion and burial – and off…

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    Living As Christ’s Ambassador (3)

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    Praise the Lord! Today I want to conclude this message by showing you more responsibilities of an ambassador of Christ. In previous editions, I discussed the following responsibilities of an ambassador: (1) An ambassador knows he is not in the host country for himself; he is a messenger (2) An ambassador promotes peace and understanding…

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