Category Archives: Christian Theology

BE ENCOURAGED

Life and circumstances come in the same package. In fact, life itself is a circumstance. Really, we all go through situations. In varying degrees of severity. However, there is no standard measuring scale for determining severity. Each person has the … Continue reading

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That Most Profitable Venture Ever!

Serving God is the most profitable venture man can ever be involved in! What does it mean to serve God? It means to do His will and protect His interests wherever we find ourselves; it also has to do with … Continue reading

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That Most Profitable Venture Ever

Serving God is the most profitable venture man can ever be involved in! What does it mean to serve God? It means to do His will and protect His interests wherever we find ourselves; it also has to do with … Continue reading

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IF WE REALLY LOVED GOD

IF WE REALLY LOVED GOD (All Bible Quotations are from The Living Bible Version of the Christians’ Holy Bible) Do you love God? Before you answer, let’s go through this first. Love is EXCLUSIVE commitment to a person, and exclusiveness … Continue reading

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Faith and Conscience

Imagine an automobile. The automobile & the steering wheel. Faith & Conscience. Faith and conscience are two systems in a man’s mind that cannot do without each other. Faith is trusting in God. Trusting in God makes you a beneficiary … Continue reading

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Soul CONTROL III: The Outcome

In the past two posts, we have looked at both the place and the process of Soul Control. It is a fact that majority of a man’s griefs come about through lack of Soul Control, which is doing what you … Continue reading

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Soul CONTROL II: The Process

You’re welcome back to a continuation of the post on Soul CONTROL. Soul Control is the ability to do what you should, regardless of how you feel. Yes. It’s that simple. Though, as simply as we can describe it, it’s … Continue reading

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