WHAT WENT WRONG WITH JESUS AFTER CHRISTMAS?


The Christmas season it’s in full swing. As usual, love is in the air…the Jesus love and brotherly kindness. I wish all my cyber world friends prosperity for the NOW season, and in the ensuing year a heart filled with a brand new passion for Jesus and a new frequency within His purpose. I reblog my post; WHAT WENT WRONG WITH JESUS (THE NEW BORN KING) AFTER CHRISTMAS. Keep the momentum going on. Don’t stop the Jesus festival. Spread Him like graffiti on the walls of your community and wherever the soles of your feet shall tread upon. Merry Christmas and love to you all!

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Christmas is almost here. Many church planning committees are within schedule, planning to bring Jesus out of obscurity into the open. Detailed plans and effort are given for the grandeur display, of the Son of God. Many believers are in great anticipation for Jesus centered sermons, songs, concerts and shows, to ignite their emotions. Excitement is in the air, and we all can’t wait for the pomp and pageantry of the celebration of a life time. 

I love Christmas
I love it to the Max
I love the lights and the red ribbons
I love the good will messagesjesus out
I love how we act nicely towards each other
I love the zeal and the enthusiasm of the preacher
The old story of Jesus birth is retold in new depths
I love to see Jesus at the center of it all
Thank God for Christmas…
He is given His place, in all…

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PROFOUND LOVE FOR THE WORD (KIMYAL TRIBE OF PAPUA, INDONESIA)


I had a teary eye watching the Kimyal tribe of Papua, Indonesia… celebrating the arrival of the New Testament Bible in their own language, with tears of joy. This was inspiring to watch, and extremely sobering.

John 1:14 -The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

To them the Bible was not a piece of book you add to your book collection, covered with dust. It was the coming of the living logos into their land. They have labored, prayed, believed and waited for this day, just as Simeon waited for the arrival of the Son of God. They could not contain their joy, as the old generation handed the Bible to the new generation, amidst singing and dancing. So inspiring!

Most of us living on this part of the world where access to the Bible, in whatever form or shape is so enormous, takes the word for granted. We have time for everything, but no appeal to the Bible. I trust the Lord that, this precious moment will awaken a brand new obsession and passion in your heart, to see the Bible in a new light.

Revelation 1:17-18
17 When I saw him, I fell at his feet as though dead. Then he placed his right hand on me and said: “Do not be afraid. I am the First and the Last. 18 I am the Living One; I was dead, and now look, I am alive for ever and ever! And I hold the keys of death and Hades.

Lets Pray: Father God, forgive us for taking your word for granted. Renew our hearts with your Holy Spirit, and save us from the pull of this world. May your word become alive in our hearts, as we daily walk under the persuasion of your truth. We humbly ask you, in the name of your Son Jesus Christ. Amen!

– McDaniels Gyamfi