Monthly Archives: August 2020

Not Greater than Your Master

Looking ahead, what will life be like for Christians who are committed to living according to God’s Word? What will it be like in 2021? 2025? If you expect my next sentence to tell you to vote for candidate X … Continue reading

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Pray for Compassionate Laborers

Why is the clinic in Karamojo called Akisyon A Yesu Clinic? It means the Compassion of Jesus Clinic. In Matthew 9:35–38 you see the compassion that Jesus exhibits. See Christ’s Messianic compassion. The crowds are harassed and helpless. The location … Continue reading

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Nothing Like This!

Very unique is an oxymoron. Jesus’ contemporaries recognized him as unique. Matthew 9:27–34 presents him to you as the unique one in whom you can place your trust. Recognize Jesus as your Messianic King. Jesus is the Son of David. … Continue reading

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The Lord over Disease and Death

According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 4,990,000 people in the US have been or are ill with COVID-19, and over 162,000 have died. I know that figures are disputed and are used as a political football by more than … Continue reading

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Live as God’s Household

Whom do you count as your family? In 1 Timothy 3:14–15 Paul describes you as the family, the household of God. Live as God’s household. God has built his house for you. Ultimately, God builds his house for us, rather … Continue reading

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