Contributed on Feb 4, 2018
Moses was living with God and living by God's word. He was so powerful man of God because of the encounter with God and His word.
Deuteronomy 32:2 Introduction: Bible talks about three songs which were written and sung by Moses, one after Red Sea (Ex.15), second found in Ps.90, and the third is Dt.32. (31:19,30). It was a farewell song by Moses (31:24-25). He taught this song to Israelite (31:22) along with Joshua (32:44). ...read more
Contributed on Nov 30, 2020
We are in darkness. We don’t have any clue on what a day may bring forth in our lives (Proverbs 27:1). Now, we have entered into another Advent. The Christmas tide has begun in our hearts. Let us look for Daily Light in the Word of God.
Text: Psalm 119:105 Theme: Daily Light Introduction: I am familiar with the custom of using the Lantern in the nights. In Indian Villages, we have this beautiful small instrument to walk through. It helps to identify the potholes on the road, reptiles on the way, dispelling the darkness even ...read more
Contributed on Nov 9, 2021
Hear, O Israel'. It is the Shema, a classic confession of faith. He is the LORD and no other gods. Israelites were familiar with the gods of Egypt, the gods of Canaan, the gods of Babylon and the gods of Assyria.
Theme: Serve Him Only Text: Deuteronomy 6:1-14 Greetings: The Lord is Good and His love endures forever. Introduction: Moses proceeds to set forth more particularly to enforce the cardinal and essential doctrines of the Decalogue. He emphasises the nature and attributes of God and the fitting ...read more
Contributed on Dec 21, 2013
Word of God is Jesus Christ
Text: John 1: 1-2,14: Theme: Word Became Flesh The word is more powerful, it can hurt or heal. It can put a person down or lift to the height. The Word of God is living and active. It is eternal and everlasting. It was breathed by God. It inspired by the Spirit of God. The flesh is weak (Matthew ...read more