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Christian Religious Rules

Relationship – all God wants and ever wanted from the very beginning. People who are genuinely happy often find it hard to put into words, however, in a word, it is because of a Relationship. You are not happy and positive each day, wake up with a smile versus a …

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Gay Church Leadership – No

With the confession of the mouth we are overflowing that which masters our heart. Jesus is the Word. Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega; The beginning and the end. He promises to forgive all by His spoken Word. His spoken Word also instructs us. Should the body of Christ …

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Mountain-moving faith

Faith is a core principle of the Christian faith. There are a number of examples within the New Testament text where a lack of faith restricts the possibility of God working in the lives of his people and of doing the miraculous works that draw the attention of non-believers and …

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The Koran Explained

The Qur’an is the Muslim Holy Book. Muslims believe it was revealed from God to Muhammad (Peace be upon him) from when he was 40 to when he was 63. The revelation took place gradually, with bits being revealed here and there. These were then written down by scribes that …

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Siddarthar Guatama

Buddhism is one of the world’s great religions; its adherents, worldwide, are counted in the hundreds of millions. The founder of this religion was Siddhartha Gautama, a man who lived in what is now the northern part of modern India. The Buddha, as Gautama came to be known, was a …

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Why Read the Bible

There is only one God that has mercy on evil men. There is only one God that sacrificed Himself so that men might live. There is only one God that doesn’t wash His hands of His people when they fail Him, betray Him or go astray. There is only one …

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Self Discovery Embracing all the Parts

Ralph Waldo Emerson put it best: “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” The process of self-actualization is imperative. It is not done simply by “looking into our souls” the way most New Age literature suggests. The New Age …

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The Story of Mother Ignacia

Ignacia del Espiritu Santo began her life in February 1663 as the eldest and lone survivor of four children born to parents Maria Jeronima and Jusepe Luco of the Republic of the Philippines.  During these times (i.e., the Spanish Colonial Era), there was a prohibition against native Philippinos becoming religious …

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