GOD IS LOVE!
now these three remain: faith,
hope and love. But the greatest
these is love."
of Love Christian Ministries is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to take the Word of God out to the people. We do
this by making contact with people wherever people are: in the marketplace, bazaars, community events, wherever it is that
people go and or gather.
Our goal is to increase knowledge and guide unbelievers and believers alike onto the path where Christ
Jesus waits for us. The path of righteousness, love, hope and faith, to bring people to know and
accept Christ as their personal Lord, Savior and friend.
Lord Christ Jesus, the Son of God, walked upon this earth and was crucified by man, then rose on the third day in order to
save all of mankind from destruction and death. Only by accepting Christ as our Lord and Savior through Faith in him can one
gain salvation and escape eternal doom. Only through Faith and by God’s own grace can we be saved to be with Christ
always and forever.
Have you met Christ,
have you accepted Christ into your life, ( How to become a Christian) are you saved and now walking with
Christ Jesus during your daily walk?
"Christianity is not a religion;
It is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ."
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"For God so loved the world that He gave His only-begotten
that whoever believes in
Him should not perish but have everlasting life.
For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world
but so that the world might be saved through Him." John 3:16-17 (MKJV)
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“I will never reach them
all-that is humanly impossible.
But I am responsible for those
I come in contact with,
and with God’s help, I will
make a difference in their lives.”
What is the difference between Bible reading and Bible meditation?
It is essential to differentiate between reading and meditating
on the Bible.
Reading is primarily assimilation of facts without application.
When we meditate on the Word of God, we seek to make personal application of the Scriptures to our own lives and circumstances.
It is at this very moment that the Holy Spirit is able to speak to us, for as the apostle Paul said, "All scripture is ...
profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness" (2 Timothy 3:16). We never know how
or when the Holy Spirit will use the Word of God to bring conviction and correction. As God promises in Isaiah 55:11, the
Word "will not return to me empty."
It is also essential to remember that Satan knows the Scriptures well. He often uses
Scripture, out of context, to tempt us. He is a master at distorting what the Word of God says (Genesis 3:1). Remember Satan
is the great liar; his favorite method of attack is to sprinkle just enough truth into his lies to make his lie sound believable.
However, when Satan tempted Jesus in the wilderness (Luke, chapter 4), Jesus used the Scriptures to defeat him. The Word of
God is our sure defense against Satan's attacks.
Some Christians out there
suggest that our salvation in Christ gives us an almost unlimited freedom to watch, listen to, or surf whatever is out there
in the world. Others go to the opposite extreme and preach against the inherent evils of modern technology. What is a Christian
to do? The truth about mass media seems to be somewhere in between the extremes of living with it or living without it. Any
technology, and virtually and human creation, can be used for both good and bad. We need to stay away from pornography on
television, the Internet or anywhere else it may raise it’s evil head, because it dehumanizes us. But if we through
out the television and computers completely we will be throwing out the good and wholesome contacts that come with it. In
most areas of our lives discernment and discipline rule, and should be our guides.
Paul gives wise advice
in many places throughout his letters:
thoughts on what is true and honorable and right. Think about things that are pure and lovely and admirable. Think about things
that are excellent and worthy of praise.” (Philippians 4;8)
When we stress the positive, we are less likely to veer off the path into questionable areas where we are
tempted to sin.
stand in his holy place? Only those whose hands and hearts are pure.” (Psalm 24:3-4)
Do you need help with this or any other addiction interfering with your walk with Christ?
Where to begin reading your Bible:
Begin by reading the Gospel of John, for it tells us of Christ, of the 'greatest life ever lived,' and what He has
done for us. Next read Acts, for it tells us what His first disciples did in the power of God's Holy Spirit. Then continue
reading in the letters of John and the letter to the Philippians. Then you may want to read Romans, which sets forth the great
doctrines that Paul taught. After you have finished these books, read the rest of the New Testament. You will want to study
the Old Testament as well.
Do not be troubled about the things you read and do not understand. Trust the Holy Spirit to
enlighten your mind and grant understanding. As you study prayerfully, you will experience a close fellowship with the Lord.
Daily Bible reading plans:
DO YOU WANT GOD:
is a living being who wants to and can be known. But then again we are only as close to God as we want to be. God isn’t
playing hard to get, but our progress toward God depends on our determination to know him and love him.
must want to know God. As long as we have only a vague discontent with our present way of living and an indefinite desire
for spiritual things, our lives will continue to stagnate. We often say, “I’m not really joyful or peaceful: I
guess that’s the way life is.” Our first task is to dispel that vague discontentment and get honest with ourselves.
Do we want God or not.
values are directly related to where and how we spend the most of our time and money. If we spend most of our time at work
then we probably value that most. What priority do we place on spending time with God? Does he normally get the leftovers
we have, that time we have left and have not set aside for anything? Or do we set our best time aside for God. Is God a priority
or merely and after thought in our lives.
tell ourselves, “God knows I’m busy. He will understand that I can’t spend a lot of time with him.”
But God doesn’t want our second best. He wants the Choicest of what we have, not our “obligation” but rather
our desire. He wants our joyous thanks for the blessings he showers us with. And when we give this to God we find that we
have more of God and less of what really doesn’t matter.
One thing I ask of the LORD, this is what I seek: that I may dwell in the
house of the LORD
all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the LORD and to seek him in his temple.
For everyone who asks receives;
he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened. Matthew 7:8
You cannot confess to God what you will not first admit to yourself.