2015-03

What is to be unequally yoked? It is a biblical command for us not to be attached, bonded in a relationship to non-believers usually in the area of marriage or business. Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? 2 Cor … » Read the Rest…


What is the mark or key message in the Gospel of Mark? On reading the gospel of Mark, I realized once again that there is a close link between the Old Testament and Mark as it begins with a quote from the book of Isaiah, and John the Baptist proclaiming the coming of the Messiah. … » Read the Rest…


In John 15:1-11, Jesus uses the grape vine as a metaphor to teach His disciples to abide in Hm. Before reading on, read John 15:1-11 first and pray. What do these words mean: Abide, fruit, take away, prune, thrown into the fire and burned? For the different branches, do they refer to believers, professing Christians … » Read the Rest…


Think about His love, think about His goodness Think about His grace that’s brought us through For as high as the heavens above So great is the measure of our Father’s love Great is the measure of our Father’s love So great is the measure of our Father’s love… ————————————————– Few weeks ago before Valentine’s … » Read the Rest…


I just completed reading the book (“The Worship Architect”,  written by Constance M. Cherry) and I had shared some of the thoughts  gathered, by sharing in three pastoral columns  over the last 6 months.  They are “Who will be the Watchmen?”; “The Experience on the road to Emmaus” and “Singing on a Sunday Worship Service”.  … » Read the Rest…