word of God

Last updated on July 14, 2019. Let Us Not Despise the Word of God: Let Us Heed To It It’s about the wonderful and marvelous Book (The Bible), the human ever received as a gift from God. The writer narrates its importance in an individual’s life. It also reveals the stability and accuracy of the Bible. We live in a world, which is subject to changes. Every moment changes are

Father and Mother

Last updated on June 27, 2019. Honor Your Father and Mother (A Timely Warning to the Young Generation) An unedited summary of a message delivered by the blog author a few years back at a special gathering of Christian friends.  The theme of the message is still relevant thus this updated post. In Japan, a company is offering actors to play the part of family members. The actors will visit elderly father

The M-Word:  Masturbation: A Biblical Perspective

Last updated on May 9, 2019. Masturbation A Biblical Perspective This one’s about masturbation. You’ve been warned.  Is there a more awkward subject in all Christendom? Controversial, sure–but mostly it’s just not fun to talk about. Of all the sex issues, it’s the squirmiest. And if we’re talking about getting God’s perspective on it, there’s just not much to go on. In the past, people have tried to translate certain

Bible The Unique Book

Last updated on May 8, 2019 Bible the Universal and Unique Book B is for Bible The Unique Book The second day at A to Z event! The letter for today is “B” Whenever I think of this letter B the first word comes to my mind is the “Bible” Though thousands of people wrote about this unique book during the centuries, it still stands fresh when we say something


This post is an adapted version of the post published on the pages of YouVersion by Nicky And Pippa Gumbel.  It is a daily Bible reading passage published by YouVersion Bible broadcasters.  This post talks about the 16 characteristics of love. Read on what Nicky and Pippa say… I tried following the example of a missionary I once heard about who, each day, would read the four verses from today’s New


They Had Been With Jesus Though this post had been published a few years back, it’s still relevant to the present time. Thus this post here again.  Those who were astonished by the courage of Peter and John when they preached the gospel were not ordinary men, but rulers, elders, and teachers of the Law. By contrast, Acts 4:13 (NIV) says, “When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized

The Holy Bible

Last updated on November 13, 2017 HISTORY OF THE BIBLE: WATCH THIS VIDEO The BIBLE is the most widely read book in history and it is also the most influential book in the world.  It is also the most translated and distributed book in the world.  Numerous people found solace in this book than any other book in the world.  Millions of people have been named after the biblical characters and the

J is for Joy - What Is The Definition Of Joy?

Today’s A to Z blog challenge, starts with the letter “J” For Joy Pic, Credit: Anish Thankachen I am overjoyed to write about that word start with the letter ‘J’ that is for me it is the word JOY I am sure this word itself is so pleasant to hear and my readers will agree with me too.  Ok, let us check. What is the definition of Joy? The dictionary


The word DEATH many do not even like to hear. But it is a fact that it will come one day and all have to face it.  Yes the word itself instills a kind of fear or terror in people. The Webster’s dictionary says: Death = “The permanent stopping of all the vital bodily activities” That means it’s the end of life.  All living thing sooner or later dies, but


Last updated on August 06, 2018. AGING – I The Bible tells us that “religion that God accepts as pure and without fault is this: caring for orphans or widows who need help….”  (James 1:27 NCV). If I profess to be a practicing Christian, the reality of my faith will be reflected in my attitude towards the aging elderly in general and to my own parents in particular.  First, I