From our Devotional

WHO IS MY NEIGHBOUR?

WHO IS MY NEIGHBOUR?

There are many Greek words that were translated “neighbour” in the New Testament: “geiton” meaning “one living in the same land”; “perioikos” meaning “dwelling around”; “plesion” from “pelas”, meaning “near” (Vine’s Expository Dictionary).

The Greek word translated “neighbour” in Luke 10:27, 29, 36 is “plesion” meaning “one who is near.” The American Heritage Dictionary defines “neighbour”, among several definitions, as “a fellow human.” When simply put, your neighbour is your fellow human who is near you…

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From our Blog

ENJOYING VICTORY OVER SIN (Part 1)

ENJOYING VICTORY OVER SIN (Part 1)

You will never experience and enjoy true victory over sin if your focus, mind, or attention is primarily on overcoming or stopping the actions or manifestations of sin, rather than on getting rid of the source of sin in you.

Your fight against sin is not against individual acts of sin, but against your innate inclination, inner tendency or propensity to sin. If the inherited sin nature or the innate inclination to sin in a man is destroyed or removed, then his actions of sin will cease…

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From our Bible Study

GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE

GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE

Paul went further to expose and correct the foolishness of the Galatians in seeking to earn their inheritance or blessing in Christ through allegiance or obedience to the law by presenting clearly to them the following vital truths.

First, the Promise of Salvation for all mankind through the Seed of Abraham God made to Abraham was not to the Jews but to Christ as the Seed of Abraham. Therefore, those who belong to Christ by putting faith in Him are the heirs of God’s spiritual promises to Abraham. The Gentiles don’t need to become like the Jews to inherit the blessings of Abraham. They only need to become God’s children through faith in Christ…

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