When the coronavirus hit the world, it literally shocked the entire planet, putting hundreds of millions of people into quarantine while others remained locked down. Specifically, we were hit hard by the pandemic. While we were rejoicing for reaching the peak of our ministry, the chaos hit the world and shook the foundation of our progress. There were so many open doors. God had begun to do great things in the nation of the Philippines, but the coronavirus literally turned our world upside down. However, what happens with conflict, as explained in the Bible, is that it truly tests what’s inside of our hearts
In our day to day life, we come across people who don’t have enough food to eat, proper dress to wear and safe shelter to stay in. They are under the grab of poverty which kills them little by little. There will be poor people around us all the time (Deuteronomy 15:11). As Christians, God expects us to help them come out of poverty and help them have a standard living.
Definition of poverty Poverty is defined as the insufficiency of basic needs and resources such as food, clothing, and shelter of a common man or a community due to low-income … Continue reading What is poverty?
Here are some great, inspiring quotes about poverty from people from all spheres of life, mostly important people who have something to say. We can learn from these powerful words … Continue reading 17 Famous Quotes About Poverty
“Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. Let steadfastness have its full effect, … Continue reading Prayer about Strength and Guidance During Difficult Times: True Story of Coronavirus Compassion
Children are the most valuable gift God has given to us. God has a special purpose for each and every child and He wants them to understand His will for their lives. We have the responsibility to raise them in a godly way so that they lead their life for Christ. We are answerable to God if our children go astray from the love of God even though we saved our souls.
When someone understands the pain of those who suffer physically or emotionally and taking a step forward to help them ease their pain through his simple act of love and kindness is compassion. A compassionate heart will never be selfish. It will consider the pain of others as its own and help them. As the children of God, God wants us to strengthen the people who are weak physically or mentally.
The compassion of God is the manifestation of his love, which is willing to take care of people in their profound misery. Two passages from the word of God touchingly evoke this thought. In the book of Judges, it is written: The soul of the Lord “was grieved over the misery of Israel” (10:16), and in the book of Psalms: Which, “in our low state, remembered of us, for his goodness endures forever” (136: 23).
There are people who doesn’t have food to eat live around us. There are many people who suffer from severe illness without a way to treat them also live around us. People have various issues that make them live a miserable lives. Empathy towards someone means to feel or understand the sufferings of the people who are in trouble. But having compassion is something more than that.
The Lord Jesus Christ said in scripture, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid” John 14: 27. This is something to shout about! You must understand that the Lord has given you His peace. He gave you His peace not as the world gives its peace. That peace is inside your spirit, you have to stir up from within.
A well-known line is God is love. But both of those words, God and love are ambiguous in today’s culture. God can mean a multitude of religions and love can mean a gamut of definitions. A more biblical interpretation is God is Jesus; and love is Agape (the Greek word for God’s love).
Evangelism is important because most Christian nations in the world, such as America and South Korea, the top mission-sending countries in the world now have less than 3% of their next-generation following Jesus. Now is more important than ever to understand and renew what we believe evangelism is and how we do it, and how we make it part of the regular lifestyle that we’re supposed to be having with Jesus.