2013 Scholar Metrics released

Scholar Metrics provide an easy way for authors to quickly gauge the visibility and influence of recent articles in scholarly publications. Today, we are releasing the 2013 version of Scholar Metrics. This release covers articles published between 2008 and 2012. Scholar Metrics include journal articles from websites that follow our inclusion guidelines, selected conference articles […]

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Walking in the light of God

It is God’s plan for us to become more like Jesus Christ and to follow His example. Walking in the light therefore is to consider Jesus as “the Light” in the world and for us to walk in the light. This is really absolutely possible when we choose to follow his precepts (examples), living in […]

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The Kingdom Mindset

The kingdom of God is compared to a man who scatters seed on the ground before it grows. Similarly, the Word of God must be sown in our hearts before a harvest is expected. After sowing, the seed develops from the blade, ear to the full grain. This means that we cannot become mature Christians […]

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What can you do best?

The adage, “Jack of all trades, master of none’ seems to be the principle of life for many people and that unfortunately includes some believers. Many claim to know a lot but cannot be master over any. Jesus did not only know, but was master, and did what He knew best, healing the sick, teaching […]

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What is your own story?

Judas was one of the twelve disciples that Jesus called to follow and learn from Him but he betrayed the Lord. Following the arrest of Jesus, Judas soon regretted His action and committed suicide. That is Judas story. Shortly after the ascension of Jesus, the need to get a replacement for Judas arose. Mathias was […]

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Why should I mourn?

Do I have reasons to mourn? Why do people even mourn? It is so pathetic that people mourn for different reasons – loss of loved ones, possession or opportunity. Generally, no one likes mourning as an activity or attitude, but Jesus recommends mourning to His followers. However, he does not refer to every kind of […]

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Was He praying or playing?

It is clear that the epileptic attack on the boy in the Bible is as a result of demonic activities. When Jesus rebuked the demon, it came out of him and the child was cured from that very hour. When we are careful to trace the source of attacks, we stand in a better position […]

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What do you thirst and hunger for?

When the uneasy sensation called hunger occurs in our stomachs, we know we must take food or starve. Similarly, when the soul is awakened to its wants of hunger and thirst, it must be satisfied appropriately with righteousness or holiness which is its food and drink. This righteousness comes from the forgiveness of sin. Righteousness […]

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Vengeance belongs to the Lord

It is really instructive to say that vengeance is of the Lord and so therefore, you don’t need to act to satisfy your selfish ends. During the transfiguration of our Lord Jesus Christ, Elijah and Moses were seen with Jesus (Matthew 17:3) Moses represents the law, Elijah on the other hand represents the prophets and […]

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