Christianity

21 Apr 19
khurram

Albert Mohler: A way to celebrate Easter and to grow in your faith “I believe.” Those first two words of the most historic creed of the Christian faith underline the fact that belief is central to true Christianity. Easter, like Christmas, comes once a year to remind us of the beliefs that are central and […]

21 Apr 19
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Albert Mohler: A way to celebrate Easter and to grow in your faith “I believe.” Those first two words of the most historic creed of the Christian faith underline the fact that belief is central to true Christianity. Easter, like Christmas, comes once a year to remind us of the beliefs that are central and […]

21 Apr 19
The Peter Hawk News

Albert Mohler: A way to celebrate Easter and to grow in your faith “I believe.” Those first two words of the most historic creed of the Christian faith underline the fact that belief is central to true Christianity. Easter, like Christmas, comes once a year to remind us of the beliefs that are central and […]

21 Apr 19
According to Jesus

THE DIVINE CALLING OF DISCIPLES OR THE DIVINE COMING TO CHRIST SUNDAY APRIL 21, 2019 Scripture To Consider: “And He [Jesus] went up on the mountain and called to Him those He Himself wanted. And they came to Him.” “Then Jesus appointed twelve, that they might be with Him and that He might send them […]

21 Apr 19
Stories about visual arts

This 16th century wood sculpture shows Christ without the other features from the Crucifixion episode, such as his arms, legs, the crown of thorns and the cross. In typical representations of the Crucifixion scene in art, Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene and John the Baptist are also present, along with the thieves who crucified Christ. There […]

21 Apr 19
What an Amazing World!

“Where are you going?” “Lebanon.” “What? Why? What are there to see? Where will you stay?” “I want to see Beirut and …” “Oh, Beirut!” It appeared that to one of my friends, the Lebanese capital has a much more positive reputation than the country itself, which is understandable since Beirut has been known for […]

21 Apr 19
Kri in Cambodia

This year, Easter really snuck up on me, because it doesn’t feel like Easter. Instead of eating chocolate bunnies, I’m eating chocolate ice cream to try to cool down from the temperature that feels like 111F (44C for the non-Americans). No Easter ham; I treated myself to a pork chop instead. Instead of dyed eggs, […]

21 Apr 19
What is the point?

As a young child I always had questions about religion. One day my inquisitive-self questioned my Sunday school teacher about God and where he came from and her response, which disappointed me was “Stef you don’t have to understand everything you just have to believe”. After that day I never asked questions about God and […]

21 Apr 19
Arise O Sleeper

Guys. Today is Easter. It’s the day that we celebrate when Jesus rose from the dead. THIS IS A BIG DEAL. I love this particular quote all days of the year, but especially today. In 1986, when he was visiting Australia, St. Pope John Paul II said, “We do not pretend that life is all […]

21 Apr 19
Revealed Ministries

The power at our disposal, for our personal lives and for eternity, is more than we can even begin to imagine. No eye has seen and no ear has heard, no heart has understood what God has prepared for us in Christ Jesus.

21 Apr 19
Archy news nety

Every morning, "when the powder had lifted, lay on the desert floor something fine, crispy, fine as ripe, on the ground," says the Bible. What is the story of the heavenly food for the people of Israel? Alois Hingerl goes to heaven and is dissatisfied. The Munich Grantler is said to rejoice as Angel Aloisius […]

21 Apr 19
Yirah Group

Here is the watershed of human history where the misery of the race is transformed into grandeur. Here the kerygma, the proclamation of the early church, was born with the cry “He is risen.” We can view this event as a symbol, a lovely tale of hope. We can reduce it to a moralism that […]

21 Apr 19
Your Daily Inspiration

by James Bishop | Few aware of religion’s landscape within the western world would deny that Eastern and Asian philosophies, religions, doctrines, and dogmas typically are making a substantial impact within previously predominantly Christian, Western countries. There is likely a combination of several reasons for this… Continue Reading Here

21 Apr 19
Rational Nation USA

Easter is a pagan holiday that has morphed its way into Christianity. It was originally a holiday to the pagan goddess Aestarte, or Diana of Ephesus in the book of Acts. Rabbits are notorious for breeding hence the Easter Bunnies. Easter Sunday is supposed to be the day Christ was resurrected, but even that part […]