Daily Devotions

Not of this world

We are not of this world

As Christians, although we live in this world, we are not of this world. This world is a place of darkness ruled by the prince of the power of the air; Satan (Ephesians 2:2). Satan is referred to as the ruler of this world in John 12:31 and hence evil is manifested in this world in various forms. But as believers, we have been translated from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of light.

help my unbelief

Help My Unbelief

Help my unbelief is the most honest prayer a Christian can pray. Much of the anxieties and frustrations in our lives could be avoided if only we could believe the word of God.
Belief is not belief unless you act like what you say you believe. Until then, it is just knowledge. It is knowledge of the truth indeed, but still, it is just knowledge. And knowledge of God’s word does not get you results. Belief does.

Following Jesus

Following Jesus

Following Jesus involves dying to oneself, dying to worldliness, and living for just one goal in life, which is to put to death every lust of the flesh so that we can present our bodies as living sacrifices unto God and teach as many as we can to do the same.

Salvation Through Jesus Christ

Salvation through Jesus Christ

Is salvation through Jesus Christ the only way? There are various other religions too, isn’t it? What about all the other religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Bahai, and many others. They too uphold moral laws and claim to be a peaceful religion. They too strive to please God, isn’t it? Why is salvation through Jesus Christ the only way?

Knowing God

Knowing God

Knowing God has almost been made into something which only a few elites and exceptionally devoted Christians can accomplish. Often most regular church-going committed Christians have been led to believe that “Knowing God” is not for ordinary people who go to work every day to make a living and lead a busy life because knowing God calls for spending a huge amount of time daily just reading the bible and being in prayer.

the ten lepers

The Ten Lepers

In the story of the ten lepers, we learn two major lessons. Faith and Gratitude. We see that the lepers were healed “as they went” in obedience to Jesus’ command. And we also see that only one out of the ten returned with gratitude.

Go and sin no more

Go And Sin No More

Go and sin no more! Beloved, are you one of your own accusers? Are you telling yourself that you need to be stoned? Well, you do not have that right because you are not without sin. Let the one who has never sinned throw the first stone.