If we believe that we are in God and God is in us, then prayer is no longer about talking to God. Rather, prayer is about setting one’s intention in accordance to the Will of God and trusting that He will supply us with heavenly riches to accomplish the intentions we have set out.
At the very heart of Christianity is the relationship between humanity and The Divine. This relationship manifests itself on both the individual and collective level. But the inconvenient truth about the Church not living up to its calling remains. It still is a long way before the Christendom can finally return to how it ought to be. Only when the walls of religiosity is torn down will humanity be able to see The Divine as who He really is. Only then will human flourishing really reach its peak.
Carl Jung gave us a very good understanding of the human unconscious. However, there is a portion about the human collective unconscious that he has left out. That is the Truth about a Being that transcends the present reality. It is He who resides in the heart of every Christian
There are many similarities between Chinese religions and Christianity. In fact, Christianity is the cumulation of all Chinese religions. Learn some of the similarities this New Year and spread the Great Love of the God who created the heaven and the earth to those who’ve yet put their faith in Him.
The Transcendent Truth behind all religion is that of unity — The Unity of all humankind with its Creator. And through the blood of Christ, we’ve the key to this Unity.
Have we been focusing our ministries on works rather than faith? Have we forgotten what it meant to walk by faith and not by sight? This new year, let us re-evaluate our faith and realign our lives with the Giver of Life.
Understanding that Jesus is, in fact, God, put all things into perspective. Jesus and God is One. Understanding this gives new meaning to our worship of God.
Through our faith in God, He will use the unlovable nature of our being to accomplish great things for Him.
The Bible has given us hints that the world we live in isn’t the first and only creation. The world we live in might be one of the many creations that arises from past destructions.
Death is a constant reminder for ourselves that our bodily vessels are sinful and must one day pass away so … More