PRACTICAL CHRISTIAN LIVING
CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE ON RELATIONSHIP
If you seem to have an interest to know someone of the opposite gender, I have an announcement to make - you are perfectly normal! Do not be surprised or ashamed, but caution is required here as well. Courtship may be defined as a mutual commitment made between a man and a woman to meet regularly for the purpose of knowing each other better and seeking God's will with the aim of marriage one day if it is His divine will ...
HOW TO DEVELOP GOD HONOURING MIND
A Christian mind, then, is a consecrated mind that thinks biblically and in the will of God. The pursuit of a Christian mind is a quest to develop a biblical worldview of life and to see life the way that God wants us to see in His creation, providence and His sovereignty over all.
TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR
THE CHRISTIAN STUDENT
2 Timothy 2:15 provides some relevant and practical pointers for students. Below is set out in modern terms ten such instructions that may, with God's help, assist Christian students during what can be difficult and formative years.
THE ABCD OF PRAYER
It can be said that the lack of success in our spiritual life and in Christian work is due to defective or insufficient prayer. In the same vein, all fruitfulness in service is the outcome of persevering and God-honouring prayer. One of the most important preoccupations of a Christian is his/her relationship with God in daily communion and intercession for others.
THE UPSIDE ABOUT DYING
Are you ready for heaven? It is a joy to be with the Lord forever where there is no more sorrow, death, pain or tears but eternal bliss with the saints forevermore. The God of the living gives us the blessed readiness and the sense of relief and solace to the dying and the bereaved family as we look up to Christ our God to complete this race of life victoriously in due course.
WHAT HAPPENS IF
The death and the loss of a loved one appears to be a fearful and debilitating thing to all. Many would have attended a funeral or been at a death bed of a loved one or at least read an obituary or visited a cemetery. As Christians, we have God given resources to handle death or bereavement when it comes to us.