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25 Dec

Entering the Holy of Holiest

We are living in a devastating and degenerating generation where evil and wickedness is at its peak, we hear of wars and rumors of wars, we hear of epidemics and pandemic diseases plaguing the world, nature is failing, political systems are failing, economic crises are sweeping nations, increase in dead rates, crime rates are at its peak, people are suffering from depression, anxiety, addictions and immoral ways of living. People are helpless and are looking for where to run to for help, some run to their families, friends and love ones but they are rejected and their problems instead multiply. The best place I advise that you can run to is the presence of God.

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25 Dec

Lord Remember Me

we are at the mid of the year, most of us have not yet received the fulfillment’s of our prophecies this year. Things are not yet going, our problems are still stalk piled and the burden is increasing on us daily. Our movement and progress is suffering from friction, my prayer for today is Ohhhh Lord Remember me.

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25 Dec

The power in the name of Jesus

The name “Jesus” is an Anglicized form of the Greek name Yesous found in the New Testament. Yesous represents the Hebrew Bible name Yeshua, which occurs as “Jeshua” in English Bibles (Ezra 2:2; Neh 7:7). Yehoshua is a form of the Hebrew verb yasha which means to deliver, save, or rescue. Thus, linguistically, the name “Yehoshua—Yeshua—Jesus” conveys the idea that God (YHVH) delivers or saves, eventually through His Servant Messiah, who bears God’s name. Yeshua is the short form of yehoshua, the both names in Hebrew and Greek means Savior, deliverer and rescuer. The name Jesus means savior of the world.

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25 Dec

The benefits of Abiding in the Lord.

We just read from the book of Apostle John the brother of James and the son of zebedee. He was among the electi-electorate of Jesus Christ. He was one of the inner circle members of Christ. He approaches this synoptic writing from a theological perspective.

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