Behold . . . the Kingdom of God ! (part.1)


When they therefore were come together
, they asked of Jesus, saying
. . . “Lord (O Sovereign King), wilt Thou at this time restore again the Kingdom to Israel
?”
Acts 1:6

    And Jesus answered them, saying . . . “Behold, the kingdom of God is within you !”   “For John truly baptized with water (unto repentance) . . . but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit not many days hence !”  
Luke 17:21  and  Acts 1:5

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The Elephant, the chains and your Freedom in Christ !

     “One soul is of more worth to Jesus than the whole world. Let the soul look to Jesus, let him “Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.”     No one will be compelled to look to Christ; but the Voice of invitation is sounding in yearning entreaty, My son, My daughter . . . Look and live !          ref: Numbers 21:4-9 & John 3:14-21

     Jesus has not changed. With Him there is no variableness, neither shadow of turning; He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. He still loves and pities the erring, seeking to draw them to Himself, that He may give them divine aid. He knows that a demon power is struggling for the control of every soul striving for the mastery; but Jesus came to break the power of Satan, and to set the captives free !”

– Bible Echo, March 1, 1893 Continue reading

How Faith Grows Strong ?

Bible 7The Necessity of Cultivating Faith ?

The Scripture declares, “Without faith it is impossible to please God.”
The knowledge of what the Scripture means when urging upon us the necessity of cultivating faith, is more essential than any other knowledge that can be acquired. We suffer much trouble and grief because of our unbelief, and our ignorance of how to exercise faith.

We must break through the clouds of unbelief . . . ! Continue reading