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    Feast of the First Fruits

    From very early on in the history of mankind, God has sought people in this world to make a covenant with Him. Of all those He found, He made sure to make their lives different from everyone else’s. For example, when the Israelites were slaves in Egypt, God sent ten plagues to afflict the Egyptians. […]
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    The Blessing of the Mothers

    It is hard to find a stronger bond than that between a mother and her children. That special woman who took care of us, taught us and even made sacrifices so that we could grow up to be strong, successful individuals. Some mothers are mild and soft, while others are stern and disciplined. We don’t […]
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    March: the month of victory over all adversaries

    Numerous wars, each one started for different reasons, have been fought over the years. In every conflict, there is always a winner and a loser. Nowadays, it is estimated that there are close to fifty regions in the world where war or conflict is taking place. These conflicts are the result of governments being unable […]
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    Feast of the First Fruits

    We need always to remember that without God we cannot do anything. He is the One who enables us to achieve great results. When we constantly remind ourselves of this, we are able to place Him first in our lives. But what does that actually mean? What must we do to show Him that He […]
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    The Fast of the Holy Spirit

    Wednesdays are usually the midway point in a long and busy week. Most people can only dream about the weekend and how they are going to let off some steam before the weekly cycle begins all over again. While this might sound reasonable, it is no solution for our everyday problems. ‘Now about the middle […]
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    Your Family in God’s Ark

    In the globalized world of today, it is very easy for us to be distracted from the more meaningful things in life. As we go about our daily lives, trying to sort out our problems, we forget that there will be a time when none of these will matter anymore. ‘But as the days of […]
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    Monday of the Open Doors

    There are few things more humiliating than having a door slammed in your face. It is a clear sign of rejection and disapproval. And even if this has not physically happened to most people, anyone can relate to what it feels like because we’ve all had somebody deny us something we needed. We can all […]

    faith through action,

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    Journey to the Mountain of the Impossible: Mount Sinai

    Bishop Alvaro, leader of the UCKG (Universal Church of the Kingdom of God) in the UK has just returned from a holy pilgrimage to Mount Sinai in Saudi Arabia. He took with him the prayers of thousands of people from all over the world who participated in the campaign of Israel, intent on calling upon […]

    Mount Sinai, prayer requests, Rainbow Theatre,

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    Anointing Oil Blessed on Mount Sinai

    Mount Sinai is renowned as the principal site of divine revelation, and it is where bishops blessed the oil that has been mixed to make this anointing oil, in the faith that, just as God appeared on the sacred mountain, He will appear in your life. The age-old practice of using blessed oil for anointing […]

    Blessed on Mount Sinai,

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    Palm Sunday

    What is Palm Sunday? “And a very great multitude spread their clothes on the road; others cut down branches from the trees and spread them on the road. Then the multitudes who went before and those who followed cried out, saying ‘Hosanna to the Son of David! “Blessed is He who comes in the name […]

    Christ, Crucifixion of Jesus, Easter, entering your life, experience the power of God, Jesus, Palm Sunday, peace and victory, Resurrection of Jesus,

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