Has The Lord Called Us To Preach the Gospel?

IS EVERYONE CALLED TO PREACH THE GOSPEL? What does it mean that the Lord has called you to preach the Gospel? Has he called everyone to the ministry of the Gospel? How do you know that the Lord has called you to preach? Today I continue my Book of Acts Bible study and I want to use this opportunity to say Happy New Year to all Students of The Word. It has been a few weeks since I have done a Bible study, but I am here again and I am here to stay. So in today’s scripture reading, we are going to pick up where we left off in Acts 16 and we are going to read from verses 9 through 12. If you would rather watch the video for this Bible Study, click this link!


The Main Types of Christian Prayer Every Believer Prays?

One of the most confused religions today is Christianity. One of the areas chaos is evident in, is the discussion on types of Christian prayer. I will have you understand that the types of prayers in Christianity, today, are in the Church and the Bible. No two “Christian Writers” agree on this topic. Even pastors disagree on this! Below you will find a partial list of some of the main types of prayers that they postulate exists in the Bible. WHAT IS A PRAYER?

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What Is Prayer To The Lord God?

Have you ever experienced a breakthrough after praying for a while? The supernatural power of God is real. As Believers, we need to focus our faith on God’s miraculous power rather than on our helplessness. So, focus on the spiritual significance of prayer rather than on the natural aspects of it! When we shift our eyes from fear to faith, everything changes. We must always remind ourselves that our God is able. We’re too weak, but He is strong. Each narrative in the Bible testifies to this fact. Our Lord is omnipotent. Therefore, let’s look at what prayer is to Him.


Re-Baptism Is It Necessary And How Many Times Should I Be Baptized?

How Many Times Should Baptism Occur? Nevertheless, are these valid and scriptural reasons for re-baptism? However, observe that all the people who John the Baptist baptized—with the exception of Jesus Christ—were re-baptized by either Jesus or his disciples (Acts 19:1-5). Similarly, all the people who John baptized were later re-baptized according to the instructions of Jesus Christ.