JESUS Goes Before You

John 10:4 And when he brings out his own sheep, he goes before them; and the sheep follow him… Have you ever seen a farmer trying to drive a bunch of geese from one location to another? He goes behind the geese, doesn’t he? Compare this to a shepherd who leads his sheep. He goes before them and the sheep simply follow him. Jesus is our shepherd and we are His sheep. He does not drive us, but He leads us. Legalistic people drive others. Jesus leads. He goes in front of us. He is not like the sergeant who says, “Men, cross this river. I’ll …

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Church Events in June 2020

YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE: Dear brothers and sisters, It was March 15, 2020 when we last worshiped together as a church.  Sunday after Sunday we are coming together on-line. And with #unlock 1.0 but with restrictions for places of worship starting from June 1, 2020, the worship will continue in this manner. A large number of members have expressed their happiness at the opportunity the Lord has provided us to worship together in spite of the prevailing situation. This has truly expanded the walls of our church building to the ends of the earth. We don’t yet know when it will be possible …

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Yahovah Ashish De ‘The Blessing’ in Hindi Yeshua Ministries ft. Nyzel & Gwen Dlima 4K | June 2020

Yeshua Ministries is a Hindi worship band led by Cameron Mendes producing Christian Hindi worship songs. This is the Official music video of the song ‘Yahovah Ashish De’ which is the Hindi translation of ‘The Blessing, a song written by Kari Jobe, Cody Carnes, Steven Furtick and Chris Brown. This song was released in June 2020

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Which is Easier to Say?

Colossians 2:13 And you, being dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, He has made alive together with Him, having forgiven you all trespasses, Let me ask you a question which Jesus asked the Pharisees: “Which is easier, to say [to the paralytic], ‘Your sins are forgiven you,’ or to say, ‘Rise up and walk’?” (Luke 5:23). In the context of ministering to a paralytic, saying “Your sins are forgiven” is probably easier. Why? Because you don’t need an outward manifestation to prove that his sins are forgiven. But when you tell him, “Rise up and walk,” …

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