The infallible Word of God the Bible is our sole basis of our beliefs. We have 66 books of the Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament pointed to Jesus coming the first time and many more prophecies of Him coming the second time. The New Testament covers the life and ministry of Christ and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the establishment of His Kingdom and imminent setting up of the Father’s Kingdom.
2Timothy 2:15 Do your best to present yourself to God as an approved worker who has nothing to be ashamed of, handling the word of truth with precision. (ISV)
Here we see we are to study His Word, to be approved workers, which is right, but let us look at the second part of this statement.
handling the word of truth with precision.
The word precision has an implication of importance and we need to know how to handle it in our defence against the enemy. We need to understand the Word of God clearly, so that we can extinguish the fiery arrows of the enemy.
Have you ever been made to feel worthless or you just feel that way? You may say yes and you may say no, but I want to show that the heart and the vibe of the Bible is a love letter coming from God to us. The Bible may be read and understood by the head but it is the vibe of the WORD that strikes the heart.
Many may ask, “What does walking in the Spirit mean?" They understand the fruit of the Spirit, the Spirit of Christ and God. But how do you implement walking in the Spirit into ones life?
In this book we will look the dynamics which work hand in hand with the spiritual development of the Christian.
Prayer is about being sensitive to the leading of God’s Spirit and our brothers and sisters around us in a group situation.
The content of this book is aimed at arriving at a place where a church groups will be in one accord when operating in the field of Evangelism. But this field of study can lend itself to unlimited areas of concern in our collective church family.
The aim of this study is to look at how a group of people coming together in pray can be effective in making supplication and requests to God.
The debate about women serving in ministry has been just as vigorous and heated in the past as it is today. It has been argued by many and almost all are saying they are coming from a Biblical perspective. Thus the question I ask is, “If this is the case what does the Bible say?”
A personal note before we go too far. My focus is about preaching Christ crucified and risen to deliver to man salvation, and the only part man has to play is to believe and repent. I am about the Fathers business. I would only wish we could do books on men’s role and responsibility to ministry.
The difference for the Christian is that they are readjusted by the reading of God’s Word transposing one into God’s culture or God’s way of thinking.
We will look at Bertrand Russell, the philosopher who expounded the topic of, “Why I Am Not a Christian,” then we will give a rebuttal.
In the final chapter of this book I will be using reverse psychology to outline, in a satirical way, why you should NOT become a Christian.