Sunday, 14 December 2014

The Life is in the Blood !

Here are the 20 Things the Blood of Christ Does-Open Here


Abraham's relations with the unbelieving world change very subtly in this passage. When Abraham moved to Gerar, the old fear of powerful  worldly rulers arose again in his heart. He did not think of himself as God's servant, nor did he think of Abimelech as a man like himself. He regarded Abimelech as a king with the power of life and death over small people like himself; he assumed that Abimelech was a godless man with no conscience. So he lied and got into trouble. Abraham had made a commitment of his whole heart and life to God. He had repented of his family-centered life and accepted God's covenant and a new name--"Father of many nations." He had sealed that covenant with circumcision. But there were some things in his past life that still remained to be solved. His unclear attitude was exposed when he came in contact with the unbelieving world. God trained him and blessed him, and when he met Abimelech again at the end of chapter 21, he was a different man...Read More


The kingdom of God is a realm of rulership wherein the walls separating us are dismantled: We become equal as human persons made in the image of God, and the judgments of comparison, either condemning others through pride or ourselves through shame, are thrown down. Jesus draws out the distinctions between the two kingdoms, whose kings vie to rule our hearts, later in the Sermon on the Mount as recorded by Matthew. "Do not lay up for yourself treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal, but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys."..clickit

As the new year gets underway, make sure you don't slip back into the same bad food habits..Read More

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