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ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ጥቅምት 23/2008 ታንዛንያን ምድር ከመርገጣቸዉ በሰኣታት ዉስጥ፤ ሶስት ዋና የፖለቲካ ባለሥልጣኖችን ማለትም፥ ጆን ማጉፉሊ የፕሬዘዳንት-አማካሪ፣ጃካያ እየለቀቁ ያሉት ፕሬዝዳንትንና ኢድዋርድ ሎዋሳ የቀድሞዉ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስቴርና የተቃዋሚ መሪን አግኝተዋቸዋል ሲል የዝንቧቤ የዜና ድህረገጽ bulawayo24.com በትናላንትናው እለት ዘግቧል።

“ናይጄሪያዊዉ ፓስተር በምስራቅ አፍሪካ ሃገራት ትልቅ ተፅኖ ማምጣት የጀመሩት በቅርቡ በተደረገዉ የብሔራዊ ምርጫ ብቻ እንዳልሆና አዲሱ መሪያችን ጆን ማጉፉሊ ፥ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋን በናይጄሪያ ከረጅም አመት በፊት ሲጎበኙ የፕሬዝዳንትነት ሃሳባቸዉን አፅንተዉላቸዋል” ያሉት ኢንጂነር ንጊምባዋ የታንዛንያ ኮንትራክተርስ ምዝገባ ቦርድ ሃላፊ ናቸዉ

የታንዛንያ ኢንዱስትሪ ሚኒስቴር ፥ ማጉፉሊ በሌጎስ ናይጄሪያ በ2011 እ.ኤ.አ ከቤተሰቦቻቸዉ ጋር ሆነዉ ሲናጎግ ቸርች ኦፍ ኦል ኔሽንን (SCOAN) ጎብኝተዋል፣ በዚያን ጊዜም ከነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ጋር እጅ ለእጅ በመሆን በአገልጋዩ ቢሮ ዉስጥ የተነሱት ምስል በማህበራዊ ድህረ ገፆች ላይ ታይቷል ሲሉ ተናግረዋል።

ከዛን ግዜ ጀምሮም እሳቸዉ ናይጄሪያ በሚገኘዉ የኢማኑኤል ቴሌቪዥን ቋሚ ተከታታይ እና አጋር ሆነዉ ቆይተዋል።

ማጉፉሊ የታንዛንያ ፕሬዝዳንት ለመሆን ከመሪዉ የፖለቲካ ፓርቲ ሲሲኤም እጩ ሆነዉ መቅረባቸው ለሃገሪቱና ለዉጪ ታዛቢዎች አስደንጋጭ ዜና እንደነበር ድህረገጹ እያስታወሰ ምክንያቱንም ሲገልጽ ታላላቅና ታዋቂ ከሚባሉ እጩዎች ጋር መወዳደራቸዉ ነዉ ሲል ዘግቧል።

ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ለፕሬዝዳንትነት እንዲወዳደሩ እንደበረታቷቸውና ሁሉን ችግር ተቋቁመዉ እንዲያሸንፉ እግዚአብሔር እንደረዳቸው ንጊምባዋ ተናግረዋል።

የሚገርመዉ ሎዋሳም የጆሽዋ ደጋፊ እንደሆኑና ብዙ ግዜ ናይጄሪያ ሄደዉ በተለያዩ ክንዉኖች ላይ ነብዩን እንዳገኙት፤ እንደዚሁም የቀድሞዉ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስቴር የነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋን አገልግሎት በ2012 እ.ኢ.አ.  ሲካፈሉ የሚያሳይ ፎቶ በመላዉ ታንዛንያ ታይቷል ሲል ድህረገጹ ዘግቧል።

እንደ ብዙ የሃገሪቷ ታዛቢዎች ግምት ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ በመጀመሪያዉ የምስራቅ አፍሪካ ጉብኝታቸዉ የማስታረቅ ስራ እንደሚሰሩ የተጠበቀ ሲሆን ምክንያቱ የነበረዉም እስካሁን ስላልበረደዉ ብዙ ትግል የነበረበት ብሔራዊ ምርጫ ነዉ

ሎዋሳ የተቃዋሚ ፓርቲ ጫዲማ እንደሚለዉ ከሆነ ምርጫዉ የተጭበረበረ መሆኑንና የማጉፉሊ ማሸነፍ ተቀባይነት እንደሌለዉ ነዉ - ለበለጠ መረጃ http://www.bulawayo24.com/index-id-news-sc-religion-byo-76922.htm#sthash.s44OBVHJ.dpuf

በኣየር ማረፊያ የተገኙትን የፕራዘዳንቱ አባላትን ጋር በመሆን  ታንዛንያዊዉ ፃሃፊ የነብዩን መምጣት በማብሰር የፃፈዉ ይህንን ነበር፤ “በዚህ ጊዜ ማንም ለነዚህ ወታደራዊ ፖለቲከኞች ሰላም ማምጣት የሚችል ቢኖር እርሱ ፓስተር ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ብቻ ነዉ ”

ከማጉፉሊ ቢሮ እንደወጣዉ የትዊተር መረጃ ከሆነ ለፕሬዝዳንቱ ምርቃ ዝግጅት ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ በታንዛንያ ይገኛሉ ፤ እለቱም ሃሙስ  2015 እ.25 ጥቅምት እ.ኢ.አ. ነው። ነገር ግን በእለቱ ፕሮግራም ላይ የነብዩ ሚና ምን እንደሆነ አልተገለፀም።

ጉብኝቱ የአፍሪካን ማህበራዊ ድህረ ገፆች ላይ ትልቅ ትኩረትን የሳበ ሆኗል ምክንያቱም ነብዩ በሜክሲኮ ግንቦት ወር 2015 እ.ኢ.አ. ካደረገዉ ክሩሴይድ ወዲህ ከህዝብ እይታ ዉጪ መሆኑ ነዉ፤ ክሩሴይዱም ከ 150፣000 ሰዎች በላይ ተሳታፊዎች የነበሩበት ነበር

“የነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ታንዛንያን መጎብኘት ለሀገራችን በረከት ነዉ” በሎ የፃፋዉ ጂኦፍሬይ ካፑሊያ ታንዛንያዉ ፓስተር ሲሆነ በፋስቡክ ላይ ይህንን ፅፈዋል

በዮቲዩብ ቪዲዮ እንደሚታየዉ ታዋቂዉ የታንዛንያ ፕሬዝዳንት ጃካያ ኪክዌቴ ጆሽዋን በቤተመንግስት   ተቀብለዉ ለመንግስት ሚኒስትሮች ሲያስተዋዉቋቸዉ ነዉ

የታንዛንያ ፖለቲከኞች አነጋጋሪዉን ነብይ ተቀብለዉ መንፈሳዊ ምሪትን ሲያገኙ የአፍሪካ የመጀመሪያ አፍሪካ መሪዎች አይደሉም። የቀድሞዉ የጋና ፕሬዝዳንት ጆን አታ ሚልስ እንዲህ ብሎ እራሱን ይገልፃል “የእስኮዋን (SCOAN)አባል  ነኝ” እናም ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ወደ ስልጣን እንዲመጡ ትንቢት የተናገሩ መሆኑን በአደባባይ መስክረዋል። በተመሳሳይ ዜናም የዚምባብዌ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስቴር ሞረጋን ፅቫንጋሪ ናይጄሪ በመሄድ በተለያዩ ግዝያት ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋን አግኝተዋቸዋል፤ የማላዊ ፕሬዝዳንት ጆይስ ባንዳ እና የቀድሞዉ የዛምቢያ ፕሬዝዳንት ፍሬዴሪክ ቺሉባም እንዲሁ ከነብዩ ጋር ተገናኝተዋል

በቅርቡ በናይጄሪያ በተካሄደዉ ዉጤታማዉ የስልጣን ሽግግር ጆሽዋ ትልቁን ድርሻ መጫወታቸዉ ይታወቃል፤ ከስልጣን የለቀቁትን ፕሬዝዳንት ጉድላክ ጆናታንን “ስልጣናቸዉ መገባደዱን” ነግረዋቸዋል እናም በሰላም ስልጣናቸዉን አስረክበዋል

ኢማኑዬል ቲቪ በአፍሪካ ታዋቂ ቴሌቪዥን ነዉ 250 000 ተከታዮች በ ዩቲዩብ አሉት። 

Sourse:  http://bulawayo24.com/index-id-news-sc-religion-byo-76922.html

ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ በአየር ማረፊያ በዶር ጆን ቢር ማጉፉሊ ታጅበዉ ሲሄዱ፤

 

ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ከአዲሱ የታንዛንያ ፕሬዝዳንት ቤተሰብ ጋር ሆነዉ 

ፕሬዘዳንት ጃካያ ኪክዌቴ ከሲናጎጉ ቸርች ኦፍ ኦል ኔሽን ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ጋር በነጩ ቤት

ነብይ ቲ ቢ ጆሽዋ ከተቃዋሚ ፓርቲ ከሆኑት ከኢድዋርድ ሎዋሳ ጋርም ተገናኝተዋል

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 13:31

Heling Service

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:20

Unveiling the power in the Blood of Jesus Christ

There are great mysteries in the blood of Jesus. Fortunately, the bible says in Mark 4:11 “To you has been given the mystery of the kingdom of God, but those who are outside get everything in parables”. The blood of Jesus can be used in three principal ways for born again Christians:

  • Through Holy Communion, which means common union with Christ Jesus? It is the New Testament Manna. The following scriptures give us the blessings of the Holy Communion for Christians: John 6: 48-57, 1 Corinthians 11:23-30, and John 15:1-5. In this context, taking the Holy Communion has diverse blessings: 
  • It guarantee eternity – “I am the living bread which came down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread, he will live forever” (John 6: 51)  and “whoever eats My flesh and drinks My blood has eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day”, (John 6: 54);
  • It guarantee Jesus’s kind of life in our life – “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you have no life in you.”, (John 6: 53), and “he who eats My flesh and drinks My blood abides in Me, and I in him”;
  • It is a new testament Manna, spiritual food and drink: “For My flesh is food indeed, and My blood is drink indeed”, (John 6: 55).
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  • Christians are urged to take the Holy Communion as often as possible. This is reflection 1 Corinthians 11: 26 “for as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do show the Lord's death till he come”, which means as a Christian wanted to live Christ kind of life on earth and also to ensure eternal life, the Holy Communion must be taken often
  • Is a Christian, however, is in a state of indecision to follow Christ or not, or enjoy living in sin; the Holy Communion is not advisable at all. 1 Corinthians 11: 27, 30 “Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord”, and “for this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep.”
  • The blood sprinkling: The bible also teaches us that we may sprinkle the blood of Jesus. For this kind of sprinkling, we may pray and change water into the blood of Jesus, and engage it for the purpose we intended for. See Hebrew 9: 19-21, Exodus 12:21-27, 1 Cor. 5:7

Hebrew 9: 19-21

“When Moses had proclaimed every command of the law to all the people, he took the blood of calves, together with water, scarlet wool and branches of hyssop, and sprinkled the scroll and all the people. He said, “This is the blood of the covenant, which God has commanded you to keep.”21 In the same way, he sprinkled with the blood both the tabernacleand everything used in its ceremonies.”

  • Engaging the blood by faith.  The blood of Jesus is the last ‘red card’ for the enemy. Revelation 12:11, and Exodus 11:1-2.
  • No place is found in heaven for the devil because of the blood of Jesus and likewise to your life:

 “And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death.” Revelation 12:11, 

  • The blood is the last ‘red card’ for the enemy:

Now the LORD has said to Moses, “I will bring one more plague on Pharaoh and on Egypt. After that, he will let you go from here, and when he does, he will drive you out completely. Speak now in the hearing of the people, and let every man ask from his neighbor, articles of silver and articles of glad”, Exodus 11:1-2

  • Blessings bestowed in the blood of Jesus among others:
  • Restores, Zech. 9:9-15
  • Sanctifies, Heb. 9:13-14
  • Protects, Ex.12:13
  • Guarantee peace, Col. 1:20

I thank you Jesus for your blood! 

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:10

The Name of Jesus

We are called to do everything in Jesus Name

In the New Testament we are commanded to pray in His name (John 16:26), gather in His name (Matt. 18:20), cast out demons in His name (Mark 9:38), work miracles in His name (Mark 9:39) and preach remission of sins in His name (Luke 24:47). We are justified in His name (1Cor. 6:11), plead with people in His name (1Cor. 1:10), give a cup of cold water in His name (Matt. 10:42), trust in His name (Matt. 12:21) and receive a little child in His name (Matt. 18:5). 

In fact, Colossians 3:17 says, “And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.” This is how the apostles lived. For example, in Acts 3:16 Peter says, “And His name, through faith in His name, has made this man strong.” Christ’s name brought healing. The phrase “through faith in his name” is an explanatory phrase. What was the means of Christ’s name bringing healing? It was faith in His name. 

 

A brief study of Christ’s name shows that everything – absolutely everything flows through Christ’s name. In Acts 3:6 Peter says, “In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk.” Praying in His name doesn’t simply mean tacking a little phrase at the end of your prayer.

 

What does it mean to do everything in Jesus name?

 

To do something in someone’s name means to do something by someone’s authority or with their authorization. So when police arrest someone in the name of the law, it is with the authorization of the law. Or when someone comes in the name of the king, he is representing the king and has been authorized by the king to come. The enemies of Christ captured Peter and John and as they were about to interrogate them, they ask, “By what power or by what name have you done this?” Acts4:7.

 

We need faith to live in the Name of Jesus Christ

 

Without Jesus name we can do nothing. To come in His name is to come in His power, His authorization and in His authority. And it takes faith to do that. What is encouraging is that God provides even the faith to be able to come in His name. For example, in Acts 4 Peter said that Jesus not only provided the healing and the forgiveness, but (amazingly) He provided even the faith and repentance. Acts 3:16 says, “And His name, through faith in His name, has made this man strong, whom you see and know. Yes, the faith which comes through Him has given him this perfect soundness in the presence of you all.” He speaks of the “faith which comes through Him [through Jesus].”

 

We need the daily empowering of the Holy Spirit

 

We need the Holy Spirit in order to do everything in Christ’s name. Our pride keeps us independent and makes God resist us (James 4:6; 1Pet. 5:5). Only the Spirit can break down the resistance of our will and bring us to the place where we do everything for the glory of God (1Cor. 10:31) in the name of Jesus Christ (Col. 3:17). We need the Holy Spirit because the Father has commanded us to “walk in the Spirit” (Gal. 5:16) in everything we do. He has called us to “sing in the Spirit” (1Cor.14:15), to “worship...in the Spirit” (Phil. 3:3) and to “rejoice in the Holy Spirit” (1Thes. 1:6; Rom. 14:17). We must “pray in the Spirit” (Jude 20; Eph. 6:18) since we do not know what we ought to pray for (Rom. 8:26). We are also called to “love in the Spirit” (Col. 1:18), be “led by the Spirit” (Matt. 4:1; Rom. 8:14; Gal. 5:18), be “moved by the Spirit” (Luke 2:27), be “compelled by the Spirit” (Acts 20:22 NIV) and to have our “mind controlled by the Spirit” (Rom. 8:6). Every part of our existence should be controlled by the Holy Spirit (Rom. 8:6, 9) so that we might “live in the Spirit” (Gal. 5:25; Rom. 8:13). We need to be taught by the Holy Spirit (1Cor. 2:13), to speak by the Spirit since “no one can say that Jesus is Lord except by the Holy Spirit” (1Cor. 12:3). It is the Spirit who washes us and sanctifies us (1Cor. 6:11). In sum, it is the Spirit who gives us the faith (2Cor. 4:13) needed to be able to write the check of faith, to seek those things which are above (Col. 3:2) and to do so in a way that influences everything we do on earth (Col. 3:5-4:6).

 

We are totally dependent upon God’s grace

 

No wonder Paul stands in amazement at God’s grace and says, “For from Him and through Him and to Him are all things, to Him be the glory forever! Amen” (Rom. 11:36). This doctrine is a humbling doctrine because it leaves nothing in which we can boast. It makes us realize the truth of Christ’s statement, “without Me you can do nothing” (John 15:5). Pride and self-sufficiency must be crucified if we are to receive anything of spiritual power. Prayerlessness is pride because it is a denial that everything must come through Christ’s name.

 

We can have great power and confidence

 

As our insufficiency is left out of the equation, we say, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Phil. 4:13). If our identity is in Christ, then we have His resources, His authority and His power. When we pray, we should pray with a heightened sense of authority because we are already sitting on the heavenly throne with Christ (Eph. 2:6) and by faith we can wield His rod of iron against the nations (Rev. 2:26-27). When we come in His name, we have His “power and authority over all demons” (Luke 9:1). When we have needs for kingdom service, we can come boldly to the throne of grace because all things are ours (1Cor. 3:21-22). The entire universe is at our disposal when we are doing God’s will. This does not give us room for boasting. Instead, Paul says, “Therefore let no one boast in men. For all things are yours: whether Paul or Apollos or Cephas, or the world or life or death, or things present or things to come – all are yours. And you are Christ’s and Christ is God’s.” 1Cor.3:21-23. Consciously doing everything in Christ’s name gives us a faith to achieve the impossible. Christ’s promise is that “if you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you” (John 15:7). When we consciously live in Christ’s name, we have a power and a confidence to step out into the realm of the supernatural because “God the Father… has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ” (Eph.

1:3). 

 

As Charles Spurgeon worded it, “God the Holy Ghost writes our prayers, God the Son presents our prayers, and God the Father accepts our prayers. And with the whole Trinity to help us in it, what cannot prayer perform?” Our problem is that we trust ourselves too much, and we do not trust God’s provision enough.

 

We must be seeking God’s will, not ours

 

All of this assumes that we are serving God’s glory and the advancement of Christ’s kingdom (Matt. 6:33). We started this tract by saying that praying in His name means coming with His authority and authorization. To do everything in Christ’s name (Col. 3:17) means that everything we do must be authorized by His Word. Whatever we do should be to the glory of God (1Cor. 10:31). If not, it cannot be justified by the Word of God (Is. 8:20) and therefore cannot be done in faith (Rom. 14:23). James tells us, “You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures” (James 4:3). 1Corinthians 10:31 says, “Whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.”

 

The only way to do everything in Christ’s name is to abandon our own will and our own agendas. The only things we can claim in prayer are those things already purchased for us (Eph. 1:3). The only prayers God promises to answer are those prayers that are “according to His will” (1John 5:14). But far from being a limitation to our faith, this grounding of our prayers in Scripture is the only thing that will enable us to have a faith to “expect great things from God and to attempt great things for Him.” When we seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, then (and only then) will all these things be added to us (Matt. 6:33). Jesus insisted, “Whoever does not bear his cross and come after Me cannot be My disciple,” (Luke 14:27) and “whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it” (Matt. 16:25). Ironically only those who are meek before the Lord will inherit the earth (Matt. 5:5); only those who put themselves last will be put first (Mark 10:31); and only those who have given everything to God will find God giving the same things back hundredfold (Mark 10:29-30). When our lives are held captive to Christ’s Word, we find new liberty, power, resources, joy and success. Doing everything in Christ’s name/authority (rather than our name/authority) is the only way to find that life more abundant (John 10:10).

 

We must ground our prayers in Scripture

 

We need to learn how to ground all our prayers and all our actions in the Bible.  Praying according to God’s will (1John 5:14) simply means praying Scriptural prayers. It involves claiming God’s promises, pleading God’s attributes, aligning our prayers with God’s commandments and filling our adorations, confessions, thanksgivings and supplications with the text of the Bible. What a way to increase the faith of prayer warriors! Unfortunately too many people lack faith because they seek to found their prayers on God’s secret will (guessing what His decrees might be). However, nowhere are we commanded to discern God’s secret will and to somehow make that secret will be the basis for our prayer life. Indeed, quite the opposite.

 

Deuteronomy 29:29 says, “The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but those things which are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law.” Guessing what God’s secret decrees might be would not give us confidence in praying, yet it is precisely confidence that God wants us to have when we are called to pray according to His will. John 5:14 says, “Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.”

 

If one examines the prayers of Nehemiah, Daniel, Moses and other saints, one will discover that these prayer warriors were confident in prayer because they filled their prayers with the

promises of a God who cannot lie, they anchored their prayers in the character of a God who is faithful, and they aligned their desires with God’s revealed desires. You need to know that you can do nothing without Christ (John 15:5) because you are convinced that you can do all things through Christ who strengthens you (Phil. 4:13).

 

“And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.” Col. 3:17

 

Source:  Adopted from “Phillip G. Kayser (2009). In Christ’s Name: Living in the Power of His Name”

 

6. Exercising the Power of Holy Spirit

  • The Person of Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit is God. There are many scriptures in the bible that vividly indicate that the Holy Spirit is God. Right from the creation in Genesis 1:2 the bible tells us the Holy Spirit as the God behind creation: “… And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters.” The name of Holy Spirit is written in capital S. This introduces the person of Holy Spirit from the creation.  We also see the person of the Holy Spirit in trinity in Genesis 11:7 when God decided to scatter the sons of men at Babel “Come, let US [God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit] go down and there confuse their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech. ”We also see many other instances in the bible that indicate that the Holy Spirit is God. If we assess the New Testament, for instance, in Mathew 28:19, Acts 16:6-7, Ephesians 4:30 speaks about the Person of the Holy Spirit. In the Great Commission of Jesus for his disciples in Mathew 28:19 the Holy Spirit is mentioned: “Go and therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”

Therefore, the Holy Spirit is:

  • God, (Genesis 1:2, 11:7 and Mathew 28:18).
  • God behind creation: “The Spirit of God created me and the breath of the Almighty gives me life”,(Job 33:4).
  • God in us, God with us and God upon us, (John 14:17, Acts 1:8).
  • The Spirit of Truth, (John 14:17).
  • The Comforter, Counselor, Advocate, Helper, Intercessor, Standby, (John 16:6-7 and Romans 8:26).
  • The Teacher and Guide, (John 14:26, and Acts 16:6-7).
  • The Chief Executives of the divine programme, (Zachariah 4:6).

 

  • Manifestations of the Holy Spirit in a Born Again Christian

The bible tells us two important experience of Holy Spirit in a born again Christian. The first is as a well of water springing (fountain of waters) and the second is rivers of living water. In the first instance the massage is whoever accepts Jesus Christ as his personal savior will have Holy Spirit in him and Holy Spirit with him (John 14:17). This is reflected in John 4:10-14 “…Jesus answered and said to her, “Whoever drinks of this water will thirsty again, but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirsty. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water [a well of water springing] up into everlasting life.””.  This is further explained in Romans 8:16, unlike any other religions a born again Christian do have confirmation from the Holy Spirit that he is saved, and is a child of God as well as entered into the kingdom of God: “The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God”.

The second manifestation of the Holy Spirit in a born again Christian is the Holy Spirit as rivers of living water or the power from above.  This is reflected in John 7:37-39 “…Jesus stood and cried out, saying “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scriptures has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water. But this He Spoke concerning the Spirit, whom those believing in Him would receive; for the Holy Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.”” Here the massage is that the Holy Spirit will manifest not as a well in the born again Christian life rather as a river, which is more powerful than well or fountain. Yet it requires the Christian to be longing for the Holy Spirit, thirsty. This phenomena is further illustrated in Acts 1:8 “But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you and you shall be my witness…”. Here power is translated as virtue, which means the coming of Holy Spirit is not only to empower your life but also change your character to a higher dimension of life and godliness (2 peter 1: 2-9). You will see this in the life of Apostle Peter before and after he was baptized with the Holy Spirit.  Before Peter betrayed Jesus after the Holy Spirit came upon him, he was changed into bold and bond servant, and apostle of Jesus Christ as well as elder of the church. Your life will dramatically change after the Holy Spirit come upon you!

  • Baptism of the Holy Spirit-Is not a onetime phenomena

The baptism of the Holy Spirit is conditioned on the ground that you need to accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior! Immediately after that a born again Christian is entitled to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit either before water baptism (Acts 10:44-46) or after water baptism (Acts 2:38). The evidence of the baptism of the Holy Spirit is speaking in new tongues (Mark 16:17, and Acts 2:1-4). Nonetheless, it is important to know that the baptism of the Holy Spirit is not a onetime phenomenon. It can happen often as clearly demonstrated in the book of acts. The apostles baptized several times, for instance, see Acts 2:1-4, Acts 4:8, Acts 4:31. 

Accordingly, to be baptized with the Holy Spirit:

  • Be born again, make Jesus as your personal savior (Mark 16:17, Acts 2:37-39).
  • Be thirsty for the Holy Spirit, express your reverence and love for Him (John 7: 37).
  • As you believe in Jesus Christ for your salivation, believe also in person and works of the Holy Spirit. Indeed the Holy Spirit is real!(Acts 2:38-39).
  • Recognize that Jesus is the baptizer. Mathew 3: 11 “He [Jesus] will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire”
  • Ask Jesus to baptize you. Luke 11:13 “…your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him!”. See also Mathew 7:7
  • Open your mouth by faith and speak as the Spirit enables you. It is you that speaks in tongues and not the Holy Spirit for you.  Acts 2:4 “And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance”

 

  • Benefits of Baptism of the Holy Spirit

The baptism of the Holy Spirit with evidence of speaking in tongues has incredible benefits for a Christian for the following reasons:

  • For victorious and fulfilling Christian life. John 16: 13-14 “He [the Holy Spirit] guide you into all truth…and will tell you what is yet to come”
  • For effective and perfect prayers. Romans 8:26 “... the Spirit helps our weakness…the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express”
  • Builds up your faith. Jude 1: 20 “But you, dear friends, build yourselves up in your most holy faith and pray in the Holy Spirit”
  • For effective communication with the Father as well as to edifies yourself. 1 Corinthians 14:2, 4. “For he who speaks in a tongue does not speak to men but to God…he speaks mysteries.” “He who speaks in a tongue edifies himself.”
  • To be bold and effective witness of Jesus Christ. Acts 1:8 “But you will receive power [virtue] when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
  • To exercise great power and much grace. Acts 4: 31-33 “after they prayed…they were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the word of God boldly ...with great power the apostles continued to testify … and much grace was up on them”
  • Our guarantee for the day of redemption. Ephesians 4: 30, “Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, by whom you were sealed for the day of redemption

The Holy Spirit, I adore you, I receive you, and I follow you in Jesus precious name!

 

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 12:09

A New Creature

People ask me about methods of studying the Bible. I suggest to believers everywhere I go that they read through the New Testament, primarily the Epistles which are written to the Church, and underline with a red pencil or write down the scriptures that have the expression “in Him,” “in Christ,” or “in Whom,” referring to Jesus.

The moment you find these scriptures, begin to confess that this is who you are and what you have. If you’ll do that, I’ll guarantee you that before many days, life will be different for you.

Second Corinthians 5:17 has always been one of my favorite scriptures. I believe one reason for that is when I was raised up off the bed of sickness, I began to tell everyone everywhere I went that I was a new creature in Christ Jesus.

I was a seventeen-year-old Baptist boy, but I never had the problems that so many young people have had, and do have. That’s simply because I was quick to tell everyone, “I am a new creature in Christ,” and I was quick to witness and to testify of my salvation. You see, the more you talk about the New Birth, the more real the new creation becomes to you, because that’s who you are and what you are.

I remember one time when I was just a young Baptist boy, preaching in the jails and on the streets and working in the church, a young fellow came up to me one night. I had gone to town and was standing on the corner when he came along and said, “Kenneth, would you do me a favor?”

I knew this fellow belonged to a church, all right. He belonged to the same kind of church I did. But I’m sorry to say if he had ever been saved, I didn’t know it. And neither did anyone else, judging by the way he lived. And in talking to him, I learned he had never been saved, but that he had just joined the church. (There’s a difference between joining the church and being saved.)

Anyway, this young fellow said to me, “Would you do me a favor? I wouldn’t ask you, but I’m already running late.”

He continued, “You know my girlfriend, don’t you?” I did. He and his girlfriend were just about two of the meanest and toughest people I knew.

He said, “My girlfriend’s cousin is visiting, and I promised my girlfriend that I would bring a date for her cousin, but I haven’t been able to get anyone.”

He added, “Her cousin is not like my girl,” because he knew if she were, I wouldn’t agree to the date.

He asked, “Would you come along and help me out of this jam? I’ll be grateful, and I promise we won’t stay very long - 30 or 40 minutes at the most. Then we’ll leave. There won’t be any drinking or dancing, and I won’t even smoke a cigarette while we’re there.”

I finally agreed and went along to help him out. When we got to his girlfriend’s house, she introduced me to her cousin, and we sat on the front porch, talking. Then they put a record on the phonograph and began to dance. The cousin asked me to dance. I said, “No, I don’t dance.”

Her eyes got big and she said, “Why not?”

I said, “Because I’m a new creature.”

She asked, “What do you mean, you’re a new creature?”

I said, “Well, in Second Corinthians 5:17 it says, ‘Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.’ There was a time when I was interested in things like you folks are interested in, but since then I’ve been made a new creature in Christ Jesus.”

While that record was playing, she began to cry. This cousin got under conviction as I told her what the Word of God said, and she wanted to be saved. When the record stopped, the other boy and girl saw I had her under conviction, and he said, “Let’s go.” He was ready to take me home immediately!

I didn’t care where it was—whether in the home, on the streets, or in school—I told everyone that I was a new creature in Christ Jesus.

Friend, if we’ll confess that, it will make all the difference in our lives. I wasn’t tempted by the things of the world because I constantly confessed, “I am a new creature in Christ Jesus.”

Source: Taken from Kenneth E. Hagin’s Life Testimony 

Monday, 31 August 2015 20:09

Hope, Faith and Love

“But now faith, hope, love, abide these three; but the greatest of these is love” (1Cor.13:13). 

”For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision nor un circumcision has any value. The only thing that counts is faith expressing itself through love” (Galatians 5:6).


”We remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ” (1Thessalonians 1:3).

I. Abounding in Hope

Jesus brought hope to the Gentiles, taking people who had no hope of salvation because they were outside the covenants of promise with Israel and redeeming them, giving them a secure, everlasting hope of abundant life in the presence of God. In so doing, Christ also confirmed hope for the Jews, fulfilling the Lord’s promises to make the family of Abraham the source of blessing for the world because He, as Abraham’s seed, provides for the salvation of people from every tribe and tongue (Rom. 15:8-12; see Gal. 3:15-29; Eph. 2:11-22). This theme of hope is prevalent in Romans 15:8-12, as Paul establishes this teaching and then quotes extensively from the Old Testament to support his instruction. We find even more reasons to rest in the hope of salvation when we read these Prophecies from Deuteronomy, Psalms, and Isaiah, and their fulfillment in Christ through His ministry to bring Gentiles into the kingdom of God. Jesus accomplished what was Prophesied centuries beforehand, so we can trust the Lord who revealed to the Prophets what was to come regarding the work of His Son. We can trust that He is able to save as He has promised.

 

This theme of hope prompts Paul to move once more into a prayer-exhortation in this passage. He asks “the God of hope” - the Creator who is the source and guarantor of the hope of redemption - to fill us with “joy and peace in believing.” The twin virtues of joy and peace accompany true faith in Christ. Of course, because of our remaining sin, there will be times when we do not feel joyful or peaceful. At such times, we must remember that the reality of the peace and joy that we enjoy in Christ does not depend on our subjective experience. If we are in Christ by faith alone, then we are at peace with God and not under His wrath, and the joy of salvation, even when temporarily obscured, is not destroyed. Heaven rejoices that we have come home, and the objective joy of kingdom citizenship sustains us in the night until we find joy again in the morning (Ps. 30:1-5; Luke 15:7; Rom. 5:1).

 

God’s kingdom consists in “righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit” (Rom. 14:17), which are ultimately grounded in the hope of final redemption that Jesus purchased for us. Faith in Christ and the hope He has secured leads to the joy and peace that this hope enables, and dwelling on this hope increases the joy and peace it provides. One of the famous theologians of the 20th century, John Murray, wrote in his commentary Romans, “Joy and peace are conditioned by hope…they are produced by faith and they promote hope.”

 

In Scripture, hope is not a reference to uncertainty or a lack of confidence in what the future will bring; rather, hope is another word for confident anticipation, and it has both objective and subjective aspects. Objectively, we have a hope that exists outside ourselves - Christ will surely return to reign visibly over all (1 Cor. 15:12–58). This fact is even more incontrovertible than the fact that the earth revolves around the sun. Subjectively, hope is the inward confidence we have that we will participate in the benefits of the objective, future reality (Rom. 8:25). The Holy Spirit’s work involves giving us this subjective hope (v. 16), and Paul prays for this in Ephesians 1:18-20, he adds that he is praying for the Lord to give them knowledge of the “hope” to which He has called believers, in addition to knowledge of the divine character. 

II. What Faith Is and Is Not

 

“I believe; I believe. It’s silly, but I believe.” These are the common words spoken by many known and influential people. This is to provide just one example of how faith is commonly portrayed in our culture as a blind leap in the dark - believing for no reason at all.

 

Such a view of faith, however, is completely out of step with what the Bible teaches. Faith, according to the Bible, is not irrational or “silly.” It is not a blind commitment or an arbitrary feeling of closeness to God. These things are not faith, any more than it is faith for a man to pick a person out of a crowd, sight unseen, and ask that person to perform open-heart surgery on him. That is not faith by any standard; it is silliness, plain and simple.

What, then, is faith? Historically, Christianity has answered that question by distinguishing three main elements that together comprise saving faith. Generally speaking, three Latin words have been used to identify these three elements: notitia, or “knowledge”; assensus, or “assent”; and fiducia, or “trust.”

 

NOTICIA

The first element of saving faith is notitia, or knowledge, which points to the fact that genuine faith must believe something. In other words, it must have an intellectual content. It cannot be empty or blind but must be based upon the knowledge of certain fundamental truths. We see this throughout the Bible in passages that are distinguished by the phrase “believe that,” followed by a doctrinal proposition of some kind. Good examples include Romans 10:9, which states that “if you … believe … that God raised [Jesus] from the dead, you will be saved,” and John 20:31, which reads, “these [things] are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” In each case, we see that there is a doctrinal content to faith. Faith means believing certain propositions; in the examples cited above, the propositions are “that God raised Jesus from the dead” and “that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God.”

 

ASSENSUS

The second element of saving faith is assensus, or assent. This refers to the intellectual conviction that the knowledge one possesses is factually true and personally beneficial. It is not enough simply to know certain things. We must also believe that those things are true and actually meet our needs. We see this element of faith portrayed in Scripture passages such as John 5:46–47; 8:31–38, 45–46; 10:37–38; 14:11.

 

FIDUCIA

The third element of saving faith is fiducia, or trust. It is by far the most important of the three elements we have mentioned. Without this element, faith is merely an intellectual enterprise—much like the “faith” of demons, who know the truth about Jesus but refuse to trust Him because they hate what they know to be true (James 2:19; Matt. 8:29). This element consists in a personal trust in Christ as He is offered in the gospel and a complete reliance upon Him for salvation. It is seen in passages that talk about believing “in,” “upon,” or “into” Jesus (for example, John 3:15–16; Rom. 9:33; 10:11) and in passages that speak of “leaning” or “resting” upon Jesus (Ps. 71:5–6; Prov. 3:5–6), “looking” to Him (John 6:40; Heb. 12:1–2), and “committing” oneself to Him (2 Tim. 1:12; Matt. 11:28; Ps. 37:5).

 

The Three Elements Illustrated

Consider the following illustration. Imagine that three people are dropped without food or water into the middle of a very large field full of land mines. Suppose that one of the individuals blindly chooses a pathway through the field and then heads off in that direction without another thought. This is not an example of faith but is more like the silliness we alluded to earlier. Genuine faith is not blind; it is based upon knowledge.

But suppose that a helicopter appears above the remaining two men and, from the helicopter, an interested party announces the way through the minefield. One of the men takes this interested party at his word and sets off at once through the field. Even this is not an example of faith. Yes, the man’s actions are based on knowledge (the interested party’s testimony) and assent (the man regards the testimony as true and beneficial in meeting his needs). But his action still is blind because it is based on insufficient knowledge (that is, the uncertain testimony of a complete stranger). It also lacks the most important element of faith, personal trust in the one speaking.

Suppose, however, that the remaining two men ask the interested party certain questions in order to discern how he came to know the way through the field, why he wants to help them, and how positive he is that he can safely guide them through the land mines. Suppose they also ask for references from the interested party to see whether he knows anyone they know or are related to. Suppose they even try to test his instructions by throwing objects in the direction he suggests to see if it appears to be free of mines. In doing these things, the two remaining men are gathering enough knowledge to decide whether they can trust the individual in the helicopter. This trust (fiducia), which is built upon both knowledge (notitia) and assent to that knowledge (assensus), is what genuine faith is all about. Such faith is not at all “silly” but wholly reasonable.

 

Faith Demonstrated in Work

When all three elements of faith are present, they will necessarily manifest themselves in good works. If we consider the above illustration, we can see that the remaining two men demonstrate the genuineness of their faith (or the lack thereof) by what they do. If they choose to stay where they are and refuse to follow the instructions of the man in the helicopter, or if they set off in their own direction, they will show that they do not really believe. But if they genuinely trust the man in the helicopter, they will set off in the direction that he advocates. They will follow his instructions (John 14:15). Their actions will demonstrate the genuineness of their faith. When notitiaassensus, and fiducia are present together, true faith exists. And when true faith exists, good works will necessarily follow. The good works are not part of faith; they flow from faith. It is faith alone that receives God’s gift of justification, but the faith that justifies will never be alone; it will always manifest itself in good works.

 

III. Love

Types of Love 

There are four types of love (in Greek words): agape, phileo, storge, and eros. Eros is for passionate love and it does not appear in the biblical text. Storge is the love and affection that naturally occurs between parents and children, can exist between siblings, and exists between husbands and wives in a good marriage. Romans 12:10 is a very important verse, directing us to be very loving and kind to each other. 

Agape refers to the love of God, one of the kinds of love we are to have for people, is agape. Agape is the very nature of God, for God is love (1 John 4:7-12, 16b). People today are accustomed to thinking of love as a feeling, but that is not necessarily the case with agape love. Agape is love because of what it does, not because of how it feels. 

God so “loved” (agape) that He gave His Son. It did not feel good to God to do that, but it was the loving thing to do. Christ so loved (agape) that he gave his life. He did not want to die, but he loved, so he did what God required. A mother who loves a sick baby will stay up all night long caring for it, which is not something she wants to do, but is a true act of agape love.

Agape love is an exercise of the will, a deliberate choice. This is why God can command us to love our enemies (Matt. 5:44; Exod. 23:1-5). It is not about to “have a good feeling” for our enemies, but to act in a loving way toward them. Agape love is related to obedience and commitment, and not necessarily feeling and emotion. The way to know that we love (agape) God is that we keep His commandments. Jesus said, “Whoever has my commands and obeys them, he is the one who loves me…” (John 14:21a). There are Christians who say they love God, but their lifestyle is contrary to the will of God. These people mistake their feeling of affection for God for true agape love. Jesus made this clear: “He who does not love me will not obey my teaching…” (John 14:24a).

Love is the distinctive character of the Christian life in relation to other Christians and to all humanity. There is often a cost to genuine love. For instance, asking someone to leave your Christian fellowship because he persists in deliberate sin is loving, but never easy (1 Cor. 5:1-5). That is not to say the agape love cannot have feelings attached to it, and the ideal situation occurs when the loving thing to do also is what we want to do. Christians are to be known for their love.

Phileo means “to have a special interest in someone or something, frequently with focus on close association; have affection for, like, consider someone a friend.” Phileo refers to a strong liking or a strong friendship because in modern culture we say we “love” things that we strongly like: “I love ice cream,” “I love my car,” “I love the way your hair looks,” etc. Phileo implies a strong emotional connection, and thus is used of the “love,” or deep friendship, between friends. You can agape your enemies, but you cannot phileo them.

The difference between agape and phileo becomes very clear in John 21:15-17, after being raised from the dead, Jesus asked peter three times “Do you love me?” The reason why Jesus asked Peter the same question three times is that there was a difference in the usage of the word “love”. Jesus used agape and Peter used phileo. In other words, for Jesus the question was “are you willing to do things for my sake that you do not want to do?” i.e., Jesus was asking Peter if he loved him with the love of God, a love that may require sacrifice. After all, Jesus had just gone through unspeakable torture for Peter’s sake (and for our sake) because of his agape love. In contrast, Peter avoided possible torture by denying Jesus.

Genuine Christian life is characterized by obedient to the voice of God and rich fellowship with other Christians by exercising three of the four kinds of love: agape, phileo and storge. We need agape love because some of the things that God requires of us are not easy, but need to be done. We need to have phileo love because we need true friends to stand with us, people who are emotionally connected to us and with whom we can share our deepest thoughts and feelings. Lastly, we Christians need to have storge love between us, a deep family affection that comforts us and helps us feel connected to all our spiritual family.

God is love

Whoever knows love knows God because God is love. “Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love” 1 John 4:7-8. Love is the greatest of the three that remain (hope, faith and love) 1 Cor 13:13. Love is the greatest commandment. When a lawyer asked Jesus “which is the greatest commandment?” Jesus replied: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments." Matt 22:37-40. Since Christianity is a relationship with God and neighbor, the common factor in both relationships is love.  The means and mode of operations in both relationships is love.       

Love is the foundation upon which all the gifts of God operate for God’s will and purposes. If I am a servant of God whom God blessed with anyone of His gifts like preaching the Word of God with a difference or mighty deliverance or miraculous healing or superbly interpreting the divine will and purpose but do not have God’s love in me while serving God with these gifts, I am a useless nobody. 1Cor 13:1-3 says “If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of Prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and surrender my body to the flames, but have not love, I gain nothing.” We were called to be free and we should not use our freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love (Galatians 5:13).

If God’s love is in me, I am expected to go as far as loving my enemies, doing good to those who hate me, blessing those who curse me and praying for those who mistreat me (luke 6:27-28). Luke 6:32-36 also reads as “If you love those who love you, what credit is that to you? Even sinners love those who love them. And if you do good to those who are good to you, what credit is that to you? Even sinners do that. And if you lend to those from whom you expect repayment, what credit is that to you? Even sinners lend to sinners, expecting to be repaid in full. But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without expecting to get anything back. Then your reward will be great, and you will be children of the Most High, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked. Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful.” 

What is love?  What characterizes it?

1 Cor 13:4-8 says “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, and always perseveres. Love never fails. But where there are Prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away. 

 

How do we know that God lives in us & we also live in Him? If no one has ever seen God, then how do we love God? Who really loves God? Answers to these kinds of questions are found in 1John 4: 7-21 which is read as ... love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love. This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him. This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins. Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us.

This is how we know that we live in Him and He in us: He has given us of his Spirit. And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent his Son to be the Savior of the world. If anyone acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, God lives in them and they in God. And so we know and rely on the love God has for us.

God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them. This is how love is made complete among us so that we will have confidence on the Day of Judgment: In this world we are like Jesus. There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.

We love because he first loved us. Whoever claims to love God yet hates a brother or sister is a liar. For whoever does not love their brother and sister, whom they have seen, cannot love God, whom they have not seen. And He has given us this command: Anyone who loves God must also love their brother and sister.

Love is expressed in action and in truth and anyone who does not love remains in death. 

1 John 3:13-24 reads as “Do not be surprised, my brothers and sisters, if the world hates you. We know that we have passed from death to life, because we love each other. Anyone who does not love remains in death. Anyone who hates a brother or sister is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life residing in him.

This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. If anyone has material possessions and sees a brother or sister in need but has no pity on them, how can the love of God be in that person? Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.

This is how we know that we belong to the truth and how we set our hearts at rest in his presence: If our hearts condemn us, we know that God is greater than our hearts, and he knows everything. Dear friends, if our hearts do not condemn us, we have confidence before God and receive from him anything we ask; because we keep his commands and do what pleases him. And this is his command: to believe in the name of his Son, Jesus Christ, and to love one another as he commanded us. The one who keeps God’s commands lives in him, and he in them.”

Now, “I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge — that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God” (Eph 3:17-19).

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