Tag: Jesus

Jesus versus the cross

Jesus versus the cross

| February 23, 2017

By Pastor Samuel Bellamy  Though many cherish the “old rugged cross,” it has no more significance than the guillotine, electric chair, firing squad, or lethal injection.  These are only a few means of capital punishment used to execute criminals.  These persons are cursed for committing crimes worthy of death.  The cross has been depicted as […]

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Do, teach, live Jesus’ name

Do, teach, live Jesus’ name

| January 2, 2017

By Pastor Samuel Bellamy Have yourselves a happy New Year/life. The authenticity of Jesus is more than a physical being.  It is more than a person, place or thing.  Jesus exceeds all names and titles in heaven, on earth, and under the earth.  Jesus’ name is given by God for forgiveness, healing and for life. […]

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A prayer for Barack H. Obama: President of the United States of America

A prayer for Barack H. Obama: President of the United States of America

| May 11, 2016

In the name of the son, Jesus; the lion of Judah; prince of peace, we pray. Giving praise to our father:  the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; Our hands lift in gratitude of your grace; our heart on one accord. The body of Christ stands in order, prepared, to serve as Steward’s in the […]

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‘It’s embarrassing to be an evangelical this election’

‘It’s embarrassing to be an evangelical this election’

| March 3, 2016

Time to admit, word ‘white’ wiping out word ‘evangelical’ By Jim Wallis Special to Frost Illustrated Originally published Feb. 25, 2016 at Sojourners (https://sojo.net/) When introduced to speak on the road during our “America’s Original Sin” book tour as an “evangelical” Christian, the large, racially diverse and intergenerational audiences who have been smiling with great […]

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Leaders provide vision—not division

Leaders provide vision—not division

| December 30, 2015

By the Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr. NNPA News Wire Columnist Leaders provide vision. They help people understand where they are, how they got there and what they must do to go forward. They help calm nerves and strengthen courage. They are steady in times of trouble, inspiring in times of demoralization. Donald Trump’s reaction to […]

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Unlocking Kingdom authority, power within

Unlocking Kingdom authority, power within

| December 12, 2015

By Rev. Manson B. Johnson Special to the NNPA from the Houston Forward Times Matthew 16:19-21 Bible Fact: Jesus expects all of His disciples to demonstrate the authority and power of His kingdom as a witness to a weak and wicked world. The Big Idea: To get Christian disciples to surrender their faith beyond the traditional to […]

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A word to the wise

A word to the wise

| November 22, 2015

By Pastor Samuel Bellamy I am eternally thankful to our Heavenly Father, who prepared and provided a physical being, who was seen, heard, touched and believed on here in this world.  He, Jesus, was respected in the role of the only begotten of the Father full of grace and truth.  False leaders of various persuasions […]

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Call the Creator, Savior by the correct names

Call the Creator, Savior by the correct names

| November 11, 2015

Greetings in the name of Yahweh. Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Jackie Wall and I have lived in or near Portland, Ind., all of my 73 year.  I need to warn you and all ministers in our area of the TERRIBLE TROUBLE that is quickly approaching us all. I realize that you did […]

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Greater Living Epistle Church House of Yahweh of Fort Wayne extends olive branch

Greater Living Epistle Church House of Yahweh of Fort Wayne extends olive branch

| August 28, 2015

By Jackie Wall Door Keeper  Greater Living Epistle Assembly HOUSE OF YAHWEH By authority and approval of Bishop Joe L. Swanson It is my prayer that this finds you, your family, and you assembly in good health and prosperity. We here at the House of Yahweh, where he has chosen to establish his house for […]

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Defenseless sheep

Defenseless sheep

| August 20, 2015

By the Rev. Lakeya Stewart I recently read a devotional selection concerning sheep. In the devotional, I was reminded of how defenseless sheep really are. Sheep are animals with little means to defend themselves. They were not born with claws or fangs to stand up for themselves. They are fairly slow in the pace that […]

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