What comes to your mind when you think about a garden? My friend Grace, ( not her real name) comes to mine.
When we were students at the University of Ibadan, (UI) Nigeria, we had exchange students from different parts of the world. On one occasion we had a young man visiting UI from France. He spoke very little English. My friend Grace innocently volunteered to show him around.
The womb of the woman is the most mysterious place on earth. Indeed the womb is where destinies are determined. Undoubtedly, there are mysteries of the woman's womb that ought to be discovered to every woman's advantage.
Many of us were more concerned about reality of angels more before we got born again than after we got born again. It’s as if as soon as we are born again, we don’t need to concern ourselves about supernatural beings. I think the reason is a deep fear of getting into something demonic. Read More...
For too long, most evangelistic and discipleship efforts to children have been limited to salvation and Christian growth, leaving out the important aspect of the baptism of the Holy Spirit.
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For a long time, even though I was severely oppressed as a born again Christian, still I argued that you couldn’t be a child of God and yet have demons. I would theorize that you couldn’t have the Holy Spirit living in you and demon spirits living in you at the same time.
The things of the spirit cannot be mentally figured out. They are not subject to human laws. To argue that you cannot have two contrary and opposing spirits living in the same temple is using human arguments to explain or theorize spiritual things.
This is similar to Muslims who argue that God cannot have a son because He cannot have a wife.
The Bible clearly says the things of God are not understood by human intellect because they are spiritually discerned.
But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. 1 Corinthians 2:14