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Caleb: Passionate Until Death

Oswald Sanders, who has done a series of character studies from both OT and NT, calls Caleb as 'the old man who never stopped growing.' It is my prayer that we will be able to learn some spiritual lessons from Caleb's life. Before I outline…

Add-Ons to Prayer Life!

Try these ‘add ons’ to your Prayer Life! Faith in prayer It is looking beyond our possibilities. Christian walk is best understood as “a walk by faith and not by sight.” The Bible again and again portrays people who fashioned their lives by…

2 – Minute GROWTH Test

Are you growing? Here is a 2-minute test to measure some of your Christian basics…. G - Get to know God personally. Paul says in Phil 3:10 “I want to know Christ and the power of his resurrection...”  Is that our desire in this post modern…

Treasures of Darkness

I used to wonder what good can come out of the dark places. Life, just like everything has its own seasons. Just as the author of Ecclesiastes said there is a reason for every season. Each season has its own fruits. I struggled with my…

Calm Assurance

There will be times in everyone’s life when things go wrong and the way ahead looks gloomy. Some may face a dead- end. Some will be forced to take a U- turn. Some may still be asked to change horses while they in the middle of the stream.…

Yet not my will…

In our meditations, often we tend to ignore Jesus’ humanness. And if at all we ponder over it, we limit our thoughts to his physical sufferings at the hands of Roman soldiers on the cross. Jesus was 100% human as he was 100% divine. What…

When Life Becomes Dull and Difficult

The Bible begins on a grand note. The first two chapters of Genesis gives a vivid description of the creation account. God kept repeating, "Let there be..." until all he had planned came into being in perfect unison. In spite of the fact…

Suffering for nothing?

The book of Job helps us to understand the theology of suffering. Here are some insights: 1. The Book of Job teaches that God allows suffering for a reason. Even Job’s suffering had a definite reason behind it though Job himself never got…

If only Jonah could forgive…

The fourth chapter of the book of Jonah begins with a paradox. The revival in Nineveh should have brought immense joy for the prophet. However, Jonah is seen as an angry and resentful man who argues with God. The very strong expression, “O…