There is Hope 

Interestingly, most of the references to suffering in the New Testament are not about common kinds of sorrows that all people deal with, but about persecutions – one sort or another. The Scriptures refer to suffering being a privilege. Not… Read More ›

Facing Fear with Prayer

Jesus explained to his disciples the miracle of the fig tree withering. “If you have faith and do not doubt ……if you say to the mountain ……it will happen” (emphasis, mine) There is power in words. We can’t ever underestimate their weight…. Read More ›

Faith = Not seen but Hoped for.

In today’s Scripture passage, we read about how Elisha sees the supernatural, while his servant sees the natural. Elisha exercised faith, while his servant exercised fear.  Faith takes cognisance of the character and promises of God, while fear focuses on… Read More ›

Deny the World.

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.


We look for escapes from the absolutes. We deceive ourselves into denying that our existence is more than the reality we live in.

“मुझे क्ोि आ रहा है।”

क्ोि एक सामरषी भावना है जो सपटि रूप से हमें और िूसरों को िेस पहुँचा सकता है। यह बुरे दनण्तयों, षिदतग्सत समबनि, तनाव और रारीररक बीमारी की ओर ले जाता है।

Authentic Faith

The book of Acts says that when the Holy Spirit came in power to Jerusalem on the Day of Pentecost, more than 3,000 Jews believed Peter’s gospel message.