Deep down, we would all like to be free of things that drag us down, no matter how hard we try to be free from them they always end up having the upper head. There are many prisoners who are looking forward to the day, when they are released from prison, so that they could enjoy their freedom once again. Continue reading
When we talk about judgement, it’s mostly associated with criminal courts and wrongdoing of one sort or another. Anyone charged with wrongdoing must give an account for their crime and judgement to fit the crime.
The first time Jesus came to earth, he did not come to judge the world; but when he comes again, the Bible tells us, that He is coming to judge the living and the dead. Continue reading →
After the Britain riots in 2011 the questions were asked if the parents should be punished for allowing their children to cause public disturbance and displaying unacceptable behaviour that shows complete lack of control. One thing is certain that all around the world people are protesting against authorities who have destroyed their nation by making the wrong decisions. This generation feels that they are paying for the mistakes of the previous generation. Continue reading →
Life is full of choices, so make each choice count, because your choice could decide your future for good or bad. What happens in our lives is the direct result of your decisions. Choosing to live your life by your own standards is the greatest freedom you will ever have, but it could lead you into lots of misguided choices. It’s always good idea to seek the advice of others before making crucial decisions; by doing that you may save yourself from lots of grief.
At Easter, Jesus too had to make a choice, between dying for the sins of the world or not. I am so glad and thankful that he decided to pay the price for my sins.
When Joshua the leader of Israel was old, he gave the people a simple choice, to follow God or not. “And if it seems evil to you to serve the LORD, choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the Gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the River, or the Gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.” ……”And the people said to Joshua, “No, but we will serve the LORD!” Joshua 24:15 and 21
The choice was clear for Joshua, but he wanted to know if the people were going to continue following God of Israel or others gods. We too have to make a choice, whether we are going to live for our self or God.
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Patience is that virtue that allows a person to coexist with another despite their faults. Patience endures, with love, the faults of others. Patience also requires large amount of Love to continue in the relationship in the face of the faults of others.
Jesus didn’t create patience by yelling at a person, or demanding patience, or by telling them to pull your socks up. He creates patience by absorbing such a great fault that no one ever has the right to complain about anyone else, ever again. Jesus tells a story of two men, both of whom have large debts. One man owed thousands of Pounds and the other only few hundreds. The man that owes thousands of pounds is forgiven his debt. But just after being forgiven, the first man finds the other man that owes him a few hundred pounds and demanded it back straight away. Jesus finds fault with the first man, as he should have felt enormous gratitude that caused him to show mercy to the man that owed him money. Continue reading →