From our Devotional

THE ULTIMATE PURPOSE OF PRAYER

THE ULTIMATE PURPOSE OF PRAYER

Understanding the purpose of a thing is the only antidote against its abuse or misuse. Prayer is undoubtedly a great privilege bestowed upon mortal men, especially the New Testament believers.

We now have “boldness to enter the Holiest by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way which He consecrated for us, through the veil, that is, His flesh.” (Heb. 10:19-20 NKJV). A good understanding of God-ordained primary or ultimate purpose of prayer will certainly revolutionize your prayer life…

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From our Blog

LIVING AS A NEW COVENANT BELIEVER

LIVING AS A NEW COVENANT BELIEVER

In spite of the clear presentation and ample explanation of this truth in the Bible (-that God has made the first or the old covenant obsolete), yet many believers today are still serving God according to the old written code (the Mosaic Law), thereby missing out on the amazing benefits and blessings of the New Covenant in the blood of Jesus Christ.

The New Covenant is not an extension, elongation, or modification of the Old Covenant, but an entirely New and Different Covenant. Sadly, many believers and ministers of God today are still confusing or mixing the New Covenant with the Old Covenant…

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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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