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David Prayed for Himself and Spoke Prophetically of Jesus Christ
Jesus trusted so completely that God would raise Him from the dead. And He also fully knew that the salvation of all of mankind was hinged on the completion of His mission, including this one final miracle: His resurrection.
Traditions of the Holy Eucharist and the Body of Christ
The history and traditions of the Feast of Corpus Christi, also known as the Feast of the Body of Christ.
Presumption May be the Cause of Unrest in Intercession
Patience waits for God's prayer assignments rather than presumptively taking on issues for which authority has not specifically been given. Intercession, however, is everyone's assignment. It is not a spiritual gift. The one great need of intercessors is to be cloaked in humility--complete dependance uppon the Lord.
Chrisians Around the World Celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity from January 18 to 15
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an extension of God's desire for Christians to work diligently together, paying close attention to maintaining spiritual unity, bound together without strife. Paul writes about the one Body of Christ, one hope, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, and the one God and Father. Clearly, Godâ?;;;?;;;s Word is emphasizing unity.
The Transfiguration of Jesus with Peter, James and John
The transfiguration of Jesus in the presence of Peter, James and John is a unique and intriguing event, recorded in three of the four Gospels. It followed Jesus' first announcement to the disciples that he would go to Jerusalem, be killed, but rise from the dead on the third day.
Why did Jesus wash the desciple's feet?
At the Last Supper, Jesus demonstrated his greatest act of servant leadership. He and his 12 disciples had just finished eating when Jesus, with only a towel wrapped around his waist, knelt down at the feet of each of them and washed their feet, drying them with the towel. This overwhelming expression of pure love made a lasting impression on the disciples, and laid a foundation for true servant leadership; one that has become the model for Christians today.
Persecution on Earth Earns Rewards in Heaven
Persecution is one of the last things a Christian would consider a spiritual blessing. Like suffering, no one needs to seek it out. Jesus did not avoid this subject, but spoke boldly that those who choose to live uprightly and stand for God and speak the truth will be persecuted.
Different Types of Worship Christians Do at Home
A recent survey yielded some beautiful responses,as a wide variety of men and women from different Christian denominations shared insight into their personal times of prayer and worship. Outlined in Worship at Home Part 1, 2 and 3, are excerpts from that survey.
Christians Must Learn to Be Diligent and Prioritize, Plan, Prepare and Persevere in Hard Times
God set up the principles of sowing and reaping, and the law of giving and receiving extends to diligence and conscientiousness in one's work. Many Proverbs commend diligence, and bring to light the results of laziness.
King Solomon Reigned During the Glory Days of Israel
His wisdom was known worldwide and his wealth exceeded all the kings in the world. Solomon spoke 3,000 proverbs, wrote 1,005 songs, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon. He supervised the building of the temple with its interior plated with over 20 tons of gold. Like the temple, Solomon was one of a kind.
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