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  • Why did Jesus have to die on the Cross?
    ROYD KATANDULA, Zambia
    • The death of Jesus was the payment for all the sins of the world that had been taken away through His baptism. People were facing eternal deaths of hellfire for their sins, but because Jesus loved us, He accepted baptism, which passed all our sins on to Him, and died on the Cross to save us.He sacrificed Himself to save us from sin and from the curse of hell. His death was the payment for the sins of humankind. He was baptized to take away all the sins of the world and gave Himself to judgment on the Cross in order to save all of us from sin, death, judgment and damnation.The death of Jesus wa
    • Footprints Toward our Salvation
      Gerarld EGBE
      Ssh! Alas. I have had education as well in university. While at university and fierce turbulence to pave my way in any situation a blend of wide-ranging skills has been my module to succeed in academics, as well as in other disciplines. My ostensibly insights and foreground not only leads me into probing but also guides me on cutting-edge modern day schemes that involve different basics; with these apt and depth of creativity, I often set off heavenly to be the limit. Covering my transition into higher education the principles of a relatively low tone, ac
    • Cast your bread upon the waters
      Phil Grahn, Australia
      Gods Word says, "Cast your bread upon the waters, For you will find it after many days" (Ecclesiastes 11:1).This is the promise of God to all the sinless Holy Spirit filled co-workers stationed around the world.Casting your bread upon the waters means, to diligently and with great care persistently spread the beautiful gospel Jesus prepared for us of the water and the Spirit, working in union with the Mission, in any way or form, we will find a harvest of souls, all made truly born again, washed clean and purified."Therefore comfort each other and edify one another, just as you also are doing
    • Do you want to belong to God? Or to the Devil?
      Jecinta Nwafor, Ghana
      Google this website with your bible www.bjnewlife .org or www.nlmission.com. Specially use NKJV bible, why I am saying this, is because some of the bible, they have changed some of the words that is in them, I mean some of the bibles today is incomplete. Like I, I have many bible which I discovered that the verses is incorrect even some verse is not even find in them.Dear fellow believers.  Do you want to belong to God? Or to the Devil? Of course, you would want to belong to God.  There may still be a few who say, " I hate God. " But we must know that the Devil possesses the hearts o
    • Recherchez l'Amour Parfait de Dieu !
      Christine Troy, France
      Genèse 6:5 dit :"L'Eternel vit que la méchanceté des hommes était grande sur la terre, et que toutes les pensées de leur cœur se portaient chaque jour uniquement vers le mal."Jérémie 19/9 dit aussi :"Le cœur est tortueux par-dessus tout, et il est méchant: Qui peut le connaître?"Jérémie 16:12 dit également :"Et vous, vous avez fait le mal plus encore que vos pères; Et voici, vous suivez chacun les penchants de votre mauvais cœur, Pour ne point m'écouter."Et pour finir Marc 7:21,22 dit :"Car c'est du dedans, c'est du cœur des hommes, que sortent les mauvaises pensées, les adu
    • LA DIFFERENCE ENTRE L’OFFRANDE DE CAÏN ET L’OFFRANDE D’ABEL (suite et fin )
      Christine Troy, France
       NOUS, AUSSI, OFFRONS UNE OFFRANDE DE FOI COMME ABEL La Bible nous dit que Dieu a accepté l’offrande de foi d’Abel avec joie. Quelle serait aujourd’hui l’offrande que Dieu accepterait de nous ? Quand nous croyons de tout cœur que Jésus est notre Sauveur, qu’Il s’est occupé de tous nos péchés, qu’Il a été jugé pour nous, et quand nous donnons à Dieu cette foi, Dieu nous accepte par l’offrande de cette foi.Dieu a sauvé tous ceux qui croient en cela. Il a accepté notre offrande de foi. Sans Jésus Christ, nous ne pourrions jamais nous tenir devant Dieu. Mais
    • LA DIFFERENCE ENTRE L’OFFRANDE DE CAÏN ET L’OFFRANDE D’ABEL (ou la manière de se tenir devant Dieu)
      Christine Troy, France
      Caïn et Abel sont nés d’Adam et Eve, les premiers parents de l’humanité. Quand Adam et Eve ont péché, Dieu a tué un animal à leur place et les a revêtus de sa peau. Cela enseigne aux hommes deux lois de Dieu. La première est la loi de la justice de Dieu, où « la mort est le salaire du péché », et l’autre est Sa loi d’amour, où les sacrifices sont utilisés pour recouvrir les péchés honteux des hommes.Adam et Eve, ont été trompés par Satan, et péchèrent devant Dieu. Indépendamment de la manière par laquelle ils ont péché, ils auraient dû être mis à mort, car
    • The righteousness of God
      Olonisakin olamilekan, Nigeria
      we are saved by righteousness of God (Mathew 3:15)
    • The only way one can be cleansed of all sin
      Aneka Simons, UK
      It takes a long time for us to obtain the correct knowledge of our human nature, and there are so many of us who will never find this out until the day they die. In order to truly know ourselves, we must first receive the remission of sins.Sin is inherent in the hearts of all people and it does not go away by trying not to commit sin, being careful or by countering sinful behaviour with God works/repentance prayers.Jeremiah 13:23,"Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard its spots? Then may you also do good who are accustomed to do evil."The only way one can be cleansed of all sin is f
    • These books changed my christian faith.
      Samuel Akpabio, UK
      These books changed my christian faith and enabled me to know that we must walk with God to receive knowledge and revelation of God through understanding the doctrines of Christ which reveals the truth righteousness of God in the law and the prophets and in the parables of God contained in the four gospels of Jesus Christ our Lord and saviour as the Holy Spirit delivers the truth to the  heart of believers of the gospel of the water and the Spirit.Samuel Akpabio, UK