Monthly Archives: August 2015

THREE WORDS FOR SIN

I know that the Hebrew language has different words for sin. The KJV which is very faithful to the Hebrew uses different words such as sin, iniquity, transgression. Psalm 32.1,2 uses three words for sin. “Blessed is he whose transgression … Continue reading

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GOD OF TRUTH, GOD OF LOVE

How can God be just and yet justify the sinner? That’s the big question before us. God is a holy God, a righteous God, a God of truth. As the God of truth, righteousness and holiness, He cannot compromise. Being … Continue reading

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JC PHILPOT LAMBASTS THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

Written in 1835, more than 180 years ago, Philpot’s heartfelt and powerful letter of resignation from the Church of England must be read by every believer, every true evangelical Christian, who is sick of staying on in the dead, denominational … Continue reading

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PICTURES OF CHRIST: NOTHING BUT IDOLATRY

Pictures of Christ are idols. According to the dictionary, the word ‘idol’ means worship of God through images. Idolatry denotes worship of God in a visible form. Baker’s Dictionary of Theology states: “Because God was invisible and transcendent, men set … Continue reading

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WHAT THE LORD TOLD ME

(As related to the link bit.ly/pakxians) The Lord is telling me, “What do you achieve by putting up spiritual posts and pics on Facebook? Do you think people’s hearts will be changed?” The Lord again said, “Are you not putting … Continue reading

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WALKING WITH GOD: QUETTA EARTHQUAKE

(During the great earthquake in Quetta, Baluchistan, 1935, which killed around 50,000 people) Bakht Singh and his friends stayed there for about two weeks, going about giving out gospel booklets and doing rescue work. Those who escaped the terrible earthquake … Continue reading

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A CRY FOR HELP

The Sufferings of Pakistani Christian Asylum Seekers in Bangkok Yesterday morning, when I went into FB I found an appeal from a Pakistani Christian refugee in Bangkok, Thailand. The man wanted a job in Bangkok so that he could look … Continue reading

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