It’s that time of the year again. What a joy! Christmas is just around the corner. What is not ready until now, may be very precious than what is done and ready so far. Yes, busy ovens panning out delicious Christmassy treats with warm and fresh aroma of all-spice & everything nice, wafting through in… Continue reading LOVE + JOY + PEACE + HOPE = No silent night
Are we ready to do tomorrow’s good works? Yes, as of now. What about tomorrow? No one knows what tomorrow brings. Do we have someone to lean on in times of our need? Yes, I know that someone.
Courteous readers, we are a tripartite being with body, soul and spirit. It is God Almighty who fills our body with power, our heart with love and our mind with strength. They are the best things we could ever have and we all constantly strive to achieve them. Mind is the gateway to our soul,… Continue reading For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7
Psalm 146: 3-5 3 Do not put your trust in princes, in human beings, who cannot save. 4 When their spirit departs, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans come to nothing. 5 Blessed are those whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the Lord their God. Courteous readers, here Psalmist David sings his heart… Continue reading Psalm 146: 3-5
It happened one day when my son asked me “Who made God?” while he was shaping his playdough and that reminded me of something. Earlier that week, my lovely neighbour, Elvie shared her love for this book “Who made God? And other things we wonder about” for ages 4-7. I read the book and was… Continue reading “Who made God? ” : Book review from a child’s viewpoint
Catching glimpse of nomadic civilization in North Mexico might make you feel alarmed. We could find this here and there when we get into history of any civilization That’s negligence of humane values, loss of human life due to far greater respect for nature. Dating back to AD1200, in North Mexico was a group called Aztecs. They were… Continue reading From sun god to the Son God
Recently, after Sandy hook mishap, I read a local newspaper stating one particular Christian denomination praised God for “executing his judgment” and also referred to tragic events of US soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan as God’s punishment for “soul-damning, nation-destroying filth”. Beside all agony, this saddened my heart with grief. Voices started buzzing in… Continue reading Truth that never hurts but elevates