Wednesday, January 27, 2016

“While they were eating, Jesus took bread

“While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to His disciples, saying, ‘Take and eat; this is My body.’” (Matthew 26:26) The night before Jesus was crucified He ate His last supper with His disciples. Judas Iscariot was one of Jesus’ twelve disciples; he agreed to betray Jesus. Yet Jesus still ate the last supper even with Judas Iscariot. Do you have someone in your life who is causing you trouble? You can still pray for them.
Jesus took bread, and “when He had given thanks, He broke it and said, ‘This is My body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of Me.’ In the same way, after supper He took the cup, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in My blood; do this, whenever you drink it, in remembrance of Me.’” For whenever you eat this bread and drink this cup, you proclaim the Lord’s death until He comes.”
When we take communion, we honour and remember the death of our Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus took on Himself the sins of the world — and He paid the penalty for your sins and mine. He gave His body and His blood for you and for me. How great is the love of God!
Jesus ate the last supper knowing that His time had come. He did not hold back from the cross, but He gave Himself to the will of God His Father to be crucified. To the end, He loved His disciples — and He loves you and me. If you can be a part of a local church, we encourage you to go and to take communion in remembrance of the great sacrifice of Jesus Christ for us all.
Let us pray and Give thanks to God for His great love for us to give
His one and only Son
Give thanks to Jesus Christ for willingly laying down His life for us
Give thanks to God the Holy Spirit for coming into our lives to fill us with God’s love
Jesus love’s you and Jesus is coming soon. I will like to know if you have been encourage by this messages please let us know. Thank you! Can we pray for you? You can just hit "reply" to this email and send us an email with your prayer request

Friday, December 25, 2015



1. Don't compare your life to others'. You have no idea what their journey is all about.
2. Don't have negative thoughts of things you cannot control. Instead invest your energy in the positive present moment
3. Don't over do; keep your limits
4. Don't take yourself so seriously; no one else does
5. Don't waste your precious energy on gossip
6. Dream more while you are awake not wen ur asleep
7. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.
8. Forget issues of the past. Don't remind your partner of his/her mistakes of the past. That will ruin your present happiness.
9. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. Don't hate others.
10. Make peace with your past so it won't spoil the present
11. No one is in charge of your happiness except you
12. Realize that life is a school and you are here to learn.Problems are simply part of the curriculum that appear and fade away like algebra class but the lessons you learn will last a lifetime.
13. Smile,crack jokes and laugh more.U avoid wrinkles nd aging.
14. You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.
15. Call your family often.
16. Each day do give something good to others.
17. Forgive everyone for everything.
18. Spend time with people over the age of 70 & under the age of 6.
19. Try to make at least three people smile each day.
20. What other people think of you is none of your business,its deirs
21. Your job will not take care of you when you are sick. Your family and friends will.So do pls stay in touch.
22. Put GOD first in anything and everything that you think, say and do.
Jesus love's you

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

So let's not get tired of doing what is good.

“So let's not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don't give up” (Galatians 6:9) If praying was like a baking a loaf of bread, what is the cook time? 10 minutes? 30? The answer: Until it’s done. One day Jesus told His disciples a story to show that they should always pray and never give up:
“There was a judge in a certain city,” He said, “who neither feared God nor cared about people. A widow of that city came to him repeatedly, saying, ‘Give me justice in this dispute with my enemy.’ The judge ignored her for a while, but finally he said to himself, ‘I don’t fear God or care about people, but this woman is driving me crazy. I’m going to see that she gets justice, because she is wearing me out with her constant requests!’” (Luke 18:1-5)
God is a good Father, not an unjust judge. How much more will He grant your request! But He really likes persistence. Here is an acronym to remember, PUSHPray Until Something Happens. My mom (we call her the “persistent widow”) is proof. She started praying for the failed marriage of my best friend’s parents 20 years ago. Year after year, she just kept praying—telling the wife, “God can repair your marriage.” We thought she was crazy. But 20 years later, Eric and Lisa remarried, with their 4 kids crying tears of joy at the wedding. They both told my mom, “Thank you so much for never giving up praying.
What amazing story is on the other end of your persistent prayer? Who knows what God will do if you continue to ask! As with baking bread, you’ve got to keep the heat steady until the loaf is done. The “heat” of your prayer is your faith: you keep the oven warm by steadfastly believing God for an answer. The Bible says, “The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results” (James 5:16). Earnest means “intense, strong, and heartfelt.” That is what God wants from you.
I want to encourage you: Keep your prayer in the oven, a little bit longer. Jesus is telling you today to: “Always pray and never give up.” God sees your desires and hears your prayers—keep praying!

My Prayer for You: I pray God would speak to your heart right now, how much He loves you and the great things He has in store for you. I pray that you would believe Him more than you ever have and begin to ask Him for great things in faith, even if you just have a little bit right now.
Share the “loaf of bread” prayer that you are not giving up on
Ask God to give us a persistent, earnest heart of prayer—so that we could see Him do great things
Pray for Jesus love’s you Outreach to reveal Jesus to the nations
O Lord, empower my prayer altar by fire.
O Lord, soak me in the spirit of prayer.
Let God arise in His anger and fight for me.
I refuse to allow my angels of blessings to depart, in Jesus' name.
I cancel every evil effect of names from evil origins in my life, in the name of Jesus.
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Jesus love's you.

Monday, July 20, 2015

know this what you need is always it in you. you problems is all to take you to the TOP trust God in everything.

Friday, July 17, 2015

How can a Christian avoid falling into the trap of legalism?"

 "What does the Bible say about legalism? How can a Christian avoid falling into the trap of legalism?"
The word “legalism” does not occur in the Bible. It is a term Christians use to describe a doctrinal position emphasizing a system of rules and regulations for achieving both salvation and spiritual growth. Legalists believe in and demand a strict literal adherence to rules and regulations. Doctrinally, it is a position essentially opposed to grace. Those who hold a legalistic position often fail to see the real purpose for law, especially the purpose of the Old Testament law of Moses, which is to be our “schoolmaster” or “tutor” to bring us to Christ (Galatians 3:24).

Even true believers can be legalistic. We are instructed, rather, to be gracious to one another: “Accept him whose faith is weak, without passing judgment on disputable matters” (Romans 14:1). Sadly, there are those who feel so strongly about non-essential doctrines that they will run others out of their fellowship, not even allowing the expression of another viewpoint. That, too, is legalism. Many legalistic believers today make the error of demanding unqualified adherence to their own biblical interpretations and even to their own traditions. For example, there are those who feel that to be spiritual one must simply avoid tobacco, alcoholic beverages, dancing, movies, etc. The truth is that avoiding these things is no guarantee of spirituality.

The apostle Paul warns us of legalism in Colossians 2:20-23: “Since you died with Christ to the basic principles of this world, why, as though you still belonged to it, do you submit to its rules: ‘Do not handle! Do not taste! Do not touch!’? These are all destined to perish with use, because they are based on human commands and teachings. Such regulations indeed have an appearance of wisdom, with their self-imposed worship, their false humility and their harsh treatment of the body, but they lack any value in restraining sensual indulgence.” Legalists may appear to be righteous and spiritual, but legalism ultimately fails to accomplish God’s purposes because it is an outward performance instead of an inward change.

To avoid falling into the trap of legalism, we can start by holding fast to the words of the apostle John, “For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ” (John 1:17) and remembering to be gracious, especially to our brothers and sisters in Christ. “Who are you to judge someone else's servant? To his own master he stands or falls. And he will stand, for the Lord is able to make him stand” (Romans 14:4). “You, then, why do you judge your brother? Or why do you look down on your brother? For we will all stand before God's judgment seat” (Romans 14:10).

A word of caution is necessary here. While we need to be gracious to one another and tolerant of disagreement over disputable matters, we cannot accept heresy. We are exhorted to contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to the saints (Jude 3). If we remember these guidelines and apply them in love and mercy, we will be safe from both legalism and heresy. “Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world” (1 John 4:1). Jesus loves you

Friday, January 2, 2015

What sort of New Year’s Resolution should a Christian make?"


Question: "What sort of New Year’s Resolution should a Christian make?"

The practice of making New Year’s resolutions goes back over 3,000 years to the ancient Babylonians. There is just something about the start of a new year that gives us the feeling of a fresh start and a new beginning. In reality, there is no difference between December 31 and January 1. Nothing mystical occurs at midnight on December 31. The Bible does not speak for or against the concept of New Year’s resolutions. However, if a Christian determines to make a New Year’s resolution, what kind of resolution should he or she make?

Common New Year’s resolutions are commitments to quit smoking, to stop drinking, to manage money more wisely, and to spend more time with family. By far, the most common New Year’s resolution is to lose weight, in conjunction with exercising more and eating more healthily. These are all good goals to set. However,1 Timothy 4:8instructs us to keep exercise in perspective: “For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come.” The vast majority of New Year’s resolutions, even among Christians, are in relation to physical things. This should not be.

Many Christians make New Year’s resolutions to pray more, to read the Bible every day, and to attend church more regularly. These are fantastic goals. However, these New Year’s resolutions fail just as often as the non-spiritual resolutions, because there is no power in a New Year’s resolution. Resolving to start or stop doing a certain activity has no value unless you have the proper motivation for stopping or starting that activity. For example, why do you want to read the Bible every day? Is it to honor God and grow spiritually, or is it because you have just heard that it is a good thing to do? Why do you want to lose weight? Is it to honor God with your body, or is it for vanity, to honor yourself?

Philippians 4:13tells us, “I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.”John 15:5declares, “I am the vine; you are the branches. If a man remains in me and I in him, he will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.” If God is the center of your New Year’s resolution, it has chance for success, depending on your commitment to it. If it is God’s will for something to be fulfilled, He will enable you to fulfill it. If a resolution is not God honoring and/or is not in agreement in God’s Word, we will not receive God’s help in fulfilling the resolution.

So, what sort of New Year’s resolution should a Christian make? Here are some suggestions: (1) pray to the Lord for wisdom (James 1:5) in regards to what resolutions, if any, He would have you make; (2) pray for wisdom as to how to fulfill the goals God gives you; (3) rely on God’s strength to help you; (4) find an accountability partner who will help you and encourage you; (5) don’t become discouraged with occasional failures; instead, allow them to motivate you further; (6) don’t become proud or vain, but give God the glory.Psalm 37:5-6says, “Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn, the justice of your cause like the noonday sun.”