Arguments – Why You Should Make Your Devotions Daily?
Religion and Philosophy / November 19, 2008

A servant of God received an compelling message over the phone: “So and so is in the hospital, at the point of death. Please come forthwith and bind as to whether he should attend to the Lord’s Ministry in his office or to go to the hospital to say his prayers for this man. He decided to pray for the hospitalized man in a around church, he wept bitterly before the Lord. He prayed with tears pleading with God : “O Lord, deliver this man from death. Give me the Grace to lead this man through the path of uprightness.” After a extended strain, this man of God heard from the Lord, “Go your way; he lives.” After the promise from the Lord, the servant of God went back from the church and informed the caller, “That man will not die; God will raise him up.” True enough! God raised him up. We can feel the presence of the Lord when we say our prayers. We can pour out our heart at His feet with our Christian prayers. The Lord will patently heed our invocations made in his house. So, let’s get going to pour out our needs and grief…

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Hanukkah Cards for Festival of Lights
Culture , Family , Religion and Philosophy / July 11, 2008

For the Jews, Hannukah is a Festival of Lights for an 8 day period commemorating the commemorating the re dedication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt of the 2nd century BCE. On the first day 1 candle will be lighted then so on and so forth. “For eight days they celebrated the rededication of the altar. Then Judah and his brothers and the entire congregation of Israel decreed that the days of the rededication…should be observed…every year…for eight days. (1 Mac.4:56-59)” So it is recommended to send Hannukah Cards too, to relatives from overseas and in United States. Bookmark and Share: Tags: Culture, festival, Hannukah, jewish, jews, religion

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