No man can gain victory over Satan through his own effort. However, the Lord Jesus Christ has won an absolute victory over Satan and his cohorts for all mankind through His death on the Cross and His resurrection from the dead. Therefore, you must wage your warfare with a mindset of an overcomer. The devil will always seek to confuse or deceive you into striving for victory in spiritual battles, but you must stand firm in the victory that Christ has won for you…Read More
You cannot be a disciple of Jesus if you are unwilling to accept Jesus without any reservation as your Lord, Master and king. Following Jesus implies embracing and adopting completely Jesus’ values, beliefs, ideas, principles, goals, visions, lifestyle and teaching. It is quite possible to believe, accept, receive and confess Jesus Christ as your Saviour, Healer, Deliverer, Protector or Provider, but not embrace and submit to Him as your Lord, Master or Leader.Read More
Discipleship is not a programme but an intimate relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Discipleship is not attending and graduating from a Theological Seminary, Bible College or Leadership Class.
Discipleship certainly involves studying or learning from God’s Word, but mere acquisition of mental or intellectual knowledge about Jesus Christ does not make anyone a disciple of Christ…
Jesus Christ is our perfect example of a Servant-Leader. Though He is the King of kings and Lord of lords, yet Jesus came into the world not to be served, but to serve us and to give His life as a ransom for us. It is so unfortunate that many of our church leaders today are unwilling to let go off any of their rights and privileges as leaders…Read More
There is an innate desire or longing in the heart of everyone for freedom. No one in his right senses enjoys slavery or bondage. You were created by God to dominate and not to be dominated by anything or anyone (Gen. 1:28, Psa. 8:3-6). It is therefore not God’s plan for sin to have dominion over you.Read More
God wants you to always approach Him with absolute confidence that He is absolutely well pleased with you in Christ, not because of your own self-righteousness, performance or good works, but because of the robe of righteousness of Christ that you have put on through your faith in Christ and His finished work at the cross.Read More