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The Clear & Blameless Word Ministry
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U of Houston, Hope For The Heart Biblical Counseling Institute, Light University
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Licensed and ordained by Anointed One Ministries/ Bishop Jerome Durham.
When I am not working, I am reading the bible, tending to my class, and learning to play acoustic guitar.
Favorite bible verses: Psalms 23:1 & 24:1
Words to live by: Trust God and believe; have patience and faith.
Who is Jesus Christ? Is Yeshua (Hebrew for “Jesus”) really the promised Messiah of Israel (Hebrew for “Christ”) of the Old Testament?” Is Jesus Christ truly the Son of God … literally God Himself, the Divine living within human flesh? Were Jesus Christ’s claims that of a Liar or Lunatic … or is He really Lord of the universe?
You may want to take a tour of some of the major highlights of Jesus’ life. Or you may want to preview what people were saying before Christ was born. Of course, you may want to check out Jesus’ claims about himself. Some may be interested in learning about the muscle Jesus exercised and the miracles he performed.
Knowledgeable people will agree that Jesus Christ has made quite an impact on the world. You may even come to learn that Yeshua is indeed the promised Messiah of the Old Testament. If you prefer, you can take time to further investigate Jesus Christ’s claims in the New Testament.
But after all is said and done, the key question for you is, “What does all this information about Jesus Christ have to do with my life?” Or, you may have other questions. The following describes how you can begin a personal relationship with Jesus Christ today, experience forgiveness of your sins, receive eternal life, and gain a whole new purpose for living.
Thank you woman of God. I am honored that you took the time to stop by my page. My prayers are with you and your ministry that in 2011 God will bring forth every vision that He has given you for in the new year. Thanks again for stopping through, and I look forward to a great kingdom connection.
The cross of Christ addresses directly the matter of sin. But what does that mean? Do people "sin" anymore? What a silly question, you think. But is it? Of course, we all agree that people do things we call "bad". But what is the nature of this "badness"? Is it really sin? Or, is something "bad" just something inconvenient or harmful to me? Or maybe a simple violation of civil laws? Sin is a word used to describe a violation of God's holiness and law. While the majority of people in our country still believe in God, the consensus about what makes for right and wrong is that we are the ones to decide that, that there is no transcendent law. If there is no transcendent law, however, what are we to make of guilt? Is there such a thing as objective guilt? What do we make of subjective guilt--of guilt feelings?
This is Jeff Bass, pastor of Praise Covenant Christian Center in Springfield, VA. Just wanted you to know that we recently started a 24/7 online gospel radio station called Praise 2 Go Radio. Please go to this link to listen to it www.praise2go.com
After you check it out please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and give me your thoughts and comments.