The Kingdom of God has come near to you. Luke 10:9

Month: February 2022

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Knowing God

The sheep that are My own hear My voice and listen to Me; I know them, and they follow Me. – John 10:27 AMP Knowing God is a theme that runs concurrently through the Bible; unfortunately most Christians only stop at having a relationship with God and never press on to the place of knowing Him on a deeper level. Thus they deprive themselves of so many spiritual blessings that God has hidden for those who seek to know Him beyond the peripheral. God’s divine nature is so vast, so deep and so wide; it is a quite complex or

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When Men Pray

ABRAHAM’S INTERCESSION When God was about to demolish Sodom and Gomorrah, He promised that He would not hide what He was about to do from Abraham, His faithful servant. Abraham stood before the Lord with an assurance that the Lord will not treat him unfairly. Abraham approached God with faith and supplicated for the righteous in the cities most devoutly and humbly. Would God still destroy the city if 50 righteous people were found in it, Abraham wondered? The Lord declared He would spare the city if this condition is met. Fearing that there might not be enough, Abraham reduced

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When to Fast

WHEN TO FAST The devil is always on the lookout for a chance to undermine the trust of good people. He has incited individuals to fast in an obsessive and prolonged manner, putting their health in jeopardy. That type of fasting is contrary to God’s will. Some people attempt to fast while their bodies are already weak from a past or current sickness, being unable to withstand the physical burden that abstinence from food places on them. This is clearly displeasing to God. The Bible teaches in 1 Corinthians 10:31 “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do,

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Why Fast & Pray Pt.2

HYPOCRITICAL FASTING The Pharisees utilized fasting as an outward display of piety. It is always in the habit of the Pharisees to be noticed whenever they are fasting. Their daily lives were inconsistent with their religious beliefs. They were spiritually barren and full of all kinds of wickedness and depravity, paying little attention to their spiritual wellbeing. Nonetheless, they fasted and prayed for long periods in public so that anyone who saw them would think they were highly pious and devout. Jesus despised the hypocritical fasts and rebuked the ones who fasted in that manner. This is evident in Matthew

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