A Walk in Hope!

Paul in his epistles compares our Christian life to a walk. When we study the book of Thessalonians, we find different walks mentioned in there. 1. Walk in holiness. 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8 2. Walk in Love. 1 Thessalonians 4:9-10 3. Walk in honesty.1 Thessalonians 4:11-12  Today we will take a look at a believer’s walk in hope. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-1813Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformedabout those who sleep in death,so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, Continue reading →

Steps to fruitfulness.

Points covered: Three simple steps to be fruitful in your life. Follow these simple and practical steps and be on your way to fruitfulness in your life. 1 Thessalonians 2:1-6 God wants us to live everyday with confidence and success. Too many people live their lives intimated and insecure. They look outside and feel others are smart, great, more privileged and feel life has been bad to them. They put others in a pedestal and look down on themselves. It is good to accept others Continue reading →

The model church – 2

Speaker: Rev. Shine Thomas Posted on: 2013-04-21 Series: Thessalonians INTRODUCTION: The early church was a dynamic, growing church that turned the world of its day upside down! In spite of incredible opposition and terrible persecution – first from the Jewish authorities and then from the might of the Roman Empire itself – the church began and grew so dynamically that within 300 years the Roman Empire had surrendered to the gospel of Christ and many turned to Christ. I imagine the days where people from every walk of Continue reading →

The model church – 1

Speaker: Rev. Shine Thomas INTRODUCTION: The universal church of God is losing its sheen in the society because the church is everything but spirituality. Survey says that only 10% of the churches are genuine churches that teach the Word and make Disciples of Christ. Other churches focus on an entertainment concept. For them, church is more about programs, events, fund raising, growth etc. which usually ends up in politics, mismanagement, and favouritism. Is it not ironic that many today are been hurt by churches than healed Continue reading →