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Daily Devotion
Being A Witness For Christ
King James Bible Daily Devotion – Learning Scripture One Day At A Time Date: Sunday, October 04, 2015 Chapters: Matthew 10-11 Message Title: Being A Witness For Christ Hello My Friend, This year we have seen more news about Christians being killed simply for admitting they were a Christian. This past week this very thing hit home in America, and while the media and our own president wants to ignore the fact that this was about Christ, we cannot. Jesus said that these times were coming before the tribulation, and as Christians we cannot remain silent on this. We have work to do, we must tell the world the truth about Christ and find as many of His lost sheep as possible before He returns. We have nothing to fear, Christ is right there with us. “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? As it is written, For thy sake we are killed... (more)

Meluahkan perasaan
Aku menelefon rizal dan aku menelfon si Azam...dua orang yang berbeza..azam aku selalu jumpa dan kami selalu menceritakan permasaalah bersama dan jiwa kami sama..Tetapi azam nampak apa yang aku alami dan rizal tidak nampak apa yang aku alami.. cuma mendengar.. sebabkan azam sendiri yang join aku dalam setiap permasaalahan aku.. dan aku akan mengikut kata hati aku biarlah orang lain yang mengambil alih tugas aku dan aku redha dengan apa yang berlaku dengan diriku sebab selama ini aku yang mengalami nya dan aku yang mengatasinya..

I just don't understand how parents can treat their own kids so coldly. Again issues with my in laws and I guess I just need to stop worrying about it and getting worked up because they won't change. We borrowed money from them, because we needed help, they say they are always there to help and support us, yet as soon as we get money they want it back right away. The tone changes and its more like a business transaction. I come from a very loving, supportive, understanding family. We help each other any way we can, and don't expect anything in return. My parents struggled a lot when we were younger, and my grandparents always helped they never held it over their heads in anyway. But his parents do that, and I just don't get it. I can't relate to them on any level, they are old school and think they are right always. Or play the victims. I am just over it, completely over it. And they asked for money when we sale the house because they've helped us out. Sorry but that's not... (more)

the pope
I have to honestly say that the gospel was proclaimed last week by Pope Francis much more clearly than it usually is in most U.S. churches, including his own Catholic church, the evangelical church I grew up in, and in most of the congregations Americans attend each week. The gospel we heard last week was clearly one that could and should transform a culture, rather than the services and sermons we hear week after week that are so conformed to the culture. Pope Francis proclaimed the gospel to me again and again, all in ways that were confronting, humbling, and renewing. Hearing the gospel preached every day with such eloquence and power — while seeing it lived with such authenticity and integrity — showed me how far I fall short of the things I most dearly and deeply believe. It often drew me to the prayer: “Lord, have mercy on me, a sinner.” The greatest blessing of the week was how mercy was at the core of Pope Francis’ message to... (more)

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