The book of Acts is a unique church document. All serious believers should always find time to read it constantly so that they can learn from the purest presentation of true biblical Christianity of the first century. Today, we are witnessing a different kind of Christianity that is far removed from that of the apostolic … Continue reading The Exhortation of Barnabas
When new churches are established, we often witness a strong zeal among the believers in taking the gospel to the lost. Usually, the saints are so much eager to share the Gospel with their given communities because they desire to be in a growing church. Most churches begin well with an evangelistic zeal. At one … Continue reading How to Kill the Evangelistic Spirit in the Church
Do you love the Lord with all your wealth? Most people today do not feel comfortable discussing money issues in the church. They think that money is evil and having wealth is equal to unrighteousness. We should understand the background to such confusion in the churches today if we are to address this anomaly and … Continue reading Do you Love the Lord with your Wealth? 2
"And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; the Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment." (Mark 12:29-30) … Continue reading Do you Love the Lord with your Wealth?
The book of Proverbs says, “He who wins souls is wise” (Proverbs 11:30). We would assume that believers take this proverb seriously as they do other biblical proverbs and statements at face value. No one wants to be the cold dump and foolish. People prefer to associate themselves with wisdom, knowledge, intelligence and anything that … Continue reading Why Christians Do Not Evangelize
When I first gave my life to Christ, the first four instructions I received from the preacher were simple, very simple: read your Bible, pray, tell others about Jesus and, find a good church. Back then; this seemed to have been the norm of a new believer’s instruction. There wasn’t much, just those few instructions. … Continue reading Whatever Happened to Personal Evangelism?
The book of Revelation is presumed to be one of the most difficult books in the New Testament. Most believers today are not sure if the book holds any theological significance to their Christian belief and practice. Rarely are sermons preached from it. Sometimes, people are left more confused than edified when they hear its … Continue reading A Synopsis of Revelation