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Martin Luther once said "I have no use for cranks who despise music, because it is a gift of God. Music drives away the Devil and makes people gay; they forget thereby all wrath, unchastity, arrogance, and the like. Next After theology, I give to

L’Expression ’’œuvres de la loi’’ Cette expression, utilisée par l’apôtre Paul dans le Nouveau Testament, essentiellement dénote l’observation ou la pratique de la loi de Moise. La pratique de la loi, dont le décalogue constituait la pièce centrale, devait s’effectuer sous trois aspects: un aspect moral,

Persecution of believers in Christ still happens today, particularly in countries where the government system and heads of state are hostile to the Christian Faith. In this day and age, persecution is fueled by political ideologies (Socialism-Communism) and by organized state religion such as Islam,

Romans 8:7 The carnal mind is enmity against God: for it is not subject to the law of God (word/JESUS), neither indeed can be (For the carnal/sinful nature is always hostile to God. It never did obey God’s laws, and it never will). Because the carnal

For two millenniums now, the false messiahs of the cults have caused much damage and harm to countless number of people, even (sad to say) to Christian believers with lack of knowledge and poor judgment. Many have sought in these cults “supernatural powers” to overcome

Article by Garine Allonce Student of CCA Advanced Biblical Studies and Ministry School Comparing the Gospel of Matthew and the Gospel of Luke “Meditation on God’s Word opens doors to more understanding, His wisdom and an earnest desire to know God’s perfect will”. This exposé  should help the reader

What is a Christian Disciple? A Christian Disciple as we know, simply defined, is one who follows, observes and applies the discipline and doctrines of Jesus Christ…-Therefore, a Disciple Of Christ patterns his/her life after Christ’s.  A Christian or Disciple Of Christ is committed to live like

Too many believers get discouraged, stumble and quit the faith during times of trials and tribulations (Mark 4:16-17). Most of the time the failure to keep up with our Christian beliefs is rooted in our misguided motivations. Our motivations can be defined as being the