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LOVE WITHOUT DISSIMULATION

Living a love life naturally requires an understanding of the importance of honouring one another.

Dissimulation as used in the bible verse of Romans 12:9, depicts love that has preference, ulterior motives, love that is shown for a momentous reason. Or acting up, forming, biased, with respect of man. It also meant love in pretense. A very good example of such love expression is romantic love.

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HATE THE NATURAL LIFE

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The call to the kingdom life is a call to discipleship. Is a call to receive the fullness of God in Christ. Discipleship is the learning of the life of Christ. Discipleship is the call away from natural life

Praying Through

Praying Through entails a lot on the edges of answered prayer, fervent prayer, effective prayer, etc. For instance, it entails obtaining the answers to our petition, it entails pressing further and holding up in prayers, it also entails touching the presence of God and being impacted of His Glory in the course of the fellowship.

45 BIBLE VERSES ON TYPES OF CHRISTIAN RELATIONSHIP

Everyone is in a relationship. We understand this well when we realize the various platforms on which relationship exists and classify them as type of relationship.

Our understanding is also enlightened as we consider the various ways in which these types of relationship played out in the bible.

As such, this article is aimed at outlining the various bible chapters describing each of the various relationships cadre as listed in my previous article.

THE 3 PILLARS OF CHRISTIAN RELATIONSHIPS

There are three virtues that form the pods upon which every lasting relationship is built. They are:

LOVERESPECTTRUST

These virtues are all indispensable but not all equally important.

Inarguably, Biblical LOVE; agape love, is the most important because it believes all things and honors others. As we read in Paul’s letter to the Corinthians quoted in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7which reads thus;

STRATEGIES, MINDSETS, AND WAYS TO BUILD AND GROW A STUDENT MISSIONARY GROUP

The fuel of a Mission’s group growth is in her ability to live out her purpose. It releases a breath of missionarization on her members.
It is a common experience in Mission groups, that an individual’s missionarization is often completed after such individual finally joins for an outreach.

But I want to add here, that it is not just any outreach, but after the individual attends a missionarizing outreach. A missionarizing outreach is simply a successful missions outreach.

COVENANT RELATIONSHIP III: David and Jonathan

Continuing with the series on covenant relationship, the friendship of David and Jonathan highlights enormously the terms that compose the content of what constitutes covenant relationship. There would be no where in the church where the subject of friendship is being discussed that references would not be made to David and Jonathan’s. There doesn’t seem to be a godlier example of friendship in the Bible.

CAN WE GO BACK TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS? Marking the Time Between the Old and the New Dispensation in Christain Relationships!

Introduction Living in the 21st century all by itself is a challenge by defaults! There is a need for a redefinition of a lot of concepts and ideas(paradigms) to stand … Continue Reading CAN WE GO BACK TO THE GOOD OLD DAYS? Marking the Time Between the Old and the New Dispensation in Christain Relationships!