We must remember that answers to prayers will come in several ways from God: 1. There is a DIRECT answer. Sometimes we pray for a specific request and it is answered at once, without any delay. It is very thrilling to see God respond instantly by granting our request that we had prayed about. All of us are full of joy when God answers our prayers in this way (James 1:5; 5:17; I Kings 18:36-38; Matthew 20:33, 34; Acts.9:40). 2. There is a DELAYED answer Continue reading →

10 Reasons Why We Fail In Evangelism

The desire of my heart as a Pastor and Christian is that I lead my church to become just as passionate and intentional in evangelism and reaching souls. It seems as if churches and Pastors are content to trade disgruntled or discontented church members and call it growth rather than seeing true growth through evangelism. Dr. Kermit Long says, “With all our education, our fine buildings, our image of the church, we are doing less to win people to Christ than our unschooled forefathers did. Continue reading →


  The word of God is mentioned 138 times in the 119th Psalm. Here are twenty of these:   What is a child of God to do?   We are to walk in God’s law (119:1) We are to keep His precepts (119:4, 9) We are to hide it in our hearts (119:11) We are to meditate upon it (119:15) We are not to forget it (119:6)   What will God do for us?   He strengthens us by His Word (119:28) He saves by Continue reading →


  The dynamism of Evangelism lies in the little word, “EVERY.” This small word causes an oceanwide difference between today’s evangelism and that of the apostles. The greatest multiplication factor of the early church was “every.” It is a climate-proof, health-proof, work-proof, money-proof word! Let’s look at a few examples of this concept Every Christian Unless every born-again Christian throws himself / herself into the task of evangelism, our city or nation can never be evangelised. God needs every one of us. Every Christian should Continue reading →


  Growth is a natural thing. Where there is no growth there is something wrong. Perhaps there is disease or some other malfunction. Babies grow, plants grow – and so must Christians. There are five main things that are essential for a Christian to grow, and they can be illustrated by reference to our human bodies. What do our bodies need to grow? Well, they need air to breathe, food to eat, water to drink, and we need warmth and exercise. Let’s take each of Continue reading →


PRAYER. Isaiah 56:7 The church is a place of Prayer. The Lord says My house shall be a house of Prayer. When we go to church we must go in an attitude of prayer. We must take all our burdens to the Lord in prayer. We must present our petitions to Him. There is great power in the united prayer of the church. PRAISE. Psalms 100:4 The church is a place of praise. We must enter into His presence with singing and into His courts Continue reading →


  Ephesians 5:22-33; Colossians 3:12-19; 1 Peter 3:1-9   BLESSED are the husband and wife who continue to be affectionate, considerate, and loving after the wedding bells has ceased ringing. BLESSED are the husband and wife who are as polite and courteous to one another as they are with their friends. BLESSED are they who have a sense of humour; for his attitude will be a handy shock absorber. BLESSED are the married couples that abstain from worldly vices and influences. BLESSED are they who Continue reading →


  Don’t open your mouth: In the heat of anger – Proverbs 10:17 When you don’t have all the facts – Proverbs 18:13 When you haven’t verified the story—Deuteronomy 17:6 If your words will offend a weaker brother—Corinthians 8:11 If your words will be a poor reflection of the Lord or your friends and family- 1 Peter 2:21-23 When you are tempted to joke about a sin—Proverbs 14:9 When you would be ashamed of your words later – Proverbs 8:8 When you are tempted to Continue reading →


  God needs men today – · men who will stand before His face and hear His voice daily; · men who have no desire in their heart for anyone or anything other than God Himself; · men who fear God so greatly that they hate sin in every form and love righteousness and truth in all their ways; · men who have overcome anger and sexually sinful thoughts, and who would rather die than sin even in thought or attitude; · men whose daily life-style Continue reading →


  1.       It is unique in its continuity. If just 10 people today were picked who were from the same place, born around the same time, spoke the same language, and made about the same amount of money, and were asked to write on just one controversial subject, they would have trouble agreeing with each other. But the Bible stands alone. It was written overa period of 1,600 years by more than 40 writers from all walks of life. Some werefishermen; some were politicians. Others Continue reading →