Life In Jesus More Abundantly: 2010
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Sunday, December 12, 2010

How Weaknesses and Trials Can Make You More Christ Like

Burdens and sufferings are not words we as Christians like to hear, and especially when one goes through trial after trial, burden after burden, agonies so heavy we say Lord why or how much longer Lord?!

Monday, December 6, 2010

Why God's Word Is Important To The Believer

The Word of God is vital for the Christian but for some reason they never pick it up to read it and it just sit's arounds the house never being used or even thought about until Sunday.

This should not be!

Saturday, December 4, 2010

One Simple Way To Have Life More Abundantly

There are many today who say that they want life more abundantly like Jesus said we could have.

But yet not many really know what Jesus was saying when He said this, nor do they really know Jesus!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Bishop Eddie Long Guilty, God Know's?!

Bishop Eddie Long, you know the name, and you know the face.

Bishop Eddie Long is Senior Pastor at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church.

Monday, November 29, 2010

How To "Be Ye Holy" Like The Bible Says

What is holiness
Well im glad you asked because I'm going to explain to you what holiness is and what Jesus meant when He said be ye holy for I am holy.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Why NOT To Give Up When Things SEEMS Lost As A Christian

Have you ever felt like giving up, throwing in the towel, and just saying I give up Jesus because all seems lost?

But what seems even worse is that it seems Jesus is no where to be found.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Learning How To Find Our Purpose And Satisfaction In Life

Have you ever felt as if you knew life is supposed to be about more than this? Go to work, go to church, watch football, eat, and sleep?! No real meaning or feeling of satisfaction, even if you are making 6 figures or more.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Learning How To Reach Our Full Potential

I want to first say that I have not reached my full potential, and for that matter none of us have.

For we are forever learning, growing and striving to be more like Christ Jesus so that we can please him who has called us.