Grace and peace readers, brothers and sisters, friends, In the mighty name of Jesus… I write you this Sabbath to share some information that I’m very happy to share. I have been working on a book that is certainly necessary for Christians to read and understand. Instead of waiting to long…
The Lord tells us “Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted;” but the Lord’s initiative for us in mourning and sorrow is sometimes hard to realize. When we are sanctified by afflictions, it usually softens the difficulties and rigor of this life that we
Affliction is defined as the cause of continual pain of body and mind; the state of being in continuous pain of body, all manner of distress, persecution, oppression, pain, or sorrow; anything that causes sorrow. No one in their right mind would want to experience any of these situations; however
I have been flooded with questions concerning the recent events of the new pope and the Papacy and exactly what is the meaning of it. As I watched the television, I saw men, women, and children of every nationality and denomination there to see the unveiling of the new pope.
What men need most in this world’s struggle and strife is not usually direct help, but cheer and exhortation. Many men have fainted and surrendered to great struggles when one word of cheer and exhortation would have made them strong to overcome. We as Christians should never lose an opportunity
In our relationship with God we must understand the tool that he has given us as Christians, which is one of the most important and powerful assets that we have at our disposal. In Luke the 18th chapter first verse it states, “men ought always to pray and faint not.
Grace and Peace to all the readers of this blog in the mighty name of Jesus. As I reflect on my memories in Zimbabwe and the ministry that God allowed me to do there, there are many stories that I want to tell you. However, there was one poignant story
Grace and peace in the mighty name of Jesus to all the readers of Preacherhead Ministries blog. We have been in continuous contact with the Church in Zimbabwe and are so pleased to report to you that their zeal, hunger, and thirst for what is righteousness still goes on
Grace and Peace in the Mighty Name of Jesus to the readers of this blog! As I mentioned in a previous blog in December, I had the pleasure of doing a radio debate with a pastor on the validity of the celebration and the origins of Christmas. It was very