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Nelson Mandela, who fought or struggled (flag carrier) for the civil rights of black people, was imprisoned for twenty-seven long years. He explained, “When I was released from my imprisonment, as I was moving toward the main gate of the jail, I... read more
 
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The first time I visited Arianwali village was in 1981. It was eight hours’ travel from where I live in Rawalpindi by bus. Brother Jamal Masih, Pastor of Calvary Church Faisalabad, was my contact and fellow traveler. There I met Ratan Masih, a... read more
 
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The Responsibilities of a True Christian (Luke 24:1-12, KJV) On Friday about three o’clock in the afternoon the Lord Jesus gave up His precious life. Nicodemus took the dead body of Christ from the cross, put the traditional spices on His ... read more
 
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Into Thy Hands I Commend My Spirit And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost (Luke 23:46, KJV) This is seventh and the last cry... read more
 
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Growing Downward, Bearing Fruit Upward ...take root downward, and bear fruit upward (Isaiah 37:31 KJV). The nation of Israel has been compared to a fruitful tree. In the same manner, in the New Testament, the Church, the body of Christ... read more
 
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This is the age of mobile telephones. Fifteen or twenty years ago the average person didn’t think that everyone would soon carry a mobile phone in his pocket. The developed countries in such as America, Canada and Europe had equipment so that... read more
 
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  Death is a universal reality. Everybody must taste death. Kings, princes , princesses, wrestlers, army generals, warriors, beggars, sportsmen, scholars, teachers, farmers, fishermen, carpenters, religious scholars. Even the men of God and... read more
 
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God Cares For Me Part Two But I am poor and needy; yet the Lord thinketh upon me: thou art my help and my deliverer; make no tarrying, O my God (Psalm 40:17, KJV). In Part One, we saw the inner condition of David and that his trust... read more
 
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God Cares For Me Part One But I am poor and needy; yet the Lord thinketh upon me: thou art my help and my deliverer; make no tarrying, O my God (Psalm 40:17, KJV). You and I daily become the prey of worry, anxiety and care; perhaps... read more
 
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He was a handsome young man. He was in prison. He was falsely accused that is why he was in the prison but the Lord, the creator and the Master of heaven and earth was with him. The jailor was happy with him; he had no worries about this... read more
 
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