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Hebrew scriptures: The Dalai Lama and the Exodus

The Israelites had not yet left Egypt, and yet already Moses was telling them how to tell the story. Why this obsession with storytelling?
By Benjamin Leon May. 5, 2024
Grace tidings: Hypocrites love praying
Grace tidings: Hypocrites love praying
 Jesus taught that there is right and wrong praying.
By Doug Mamvura May. 5, 2024
Grace tidings: Beware of your thoughts
Legally, God has already done everything He needs to do to provide our redemption.
By Doug Mamvura Apr. 28, 2024
Divine insight: How to have victory over the spirit of poverty
It's important to remember that demons do not inhabit the human spirit, but they do impact other human spirit through the faculties of the human body.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Apr. 28, 2024
Sunday word: The sacred significance of names: A biblical exploration
Throughout scripture, we encounter instances where names are changed, signaling profound shifts in identity and destiny.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 28, 2024
Jews and food: The passover connection
Eating most powerfully gives us the opportunity to feel a direct connection with God.
By Dina Coopersmith Apr. 28, 2024
Sunday word: Tithing in Christianity: A biblical imperative for modern stewardship
The concept of tithing traces back to ancient civilisations, predating the Mosaic Law.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 21, 2024
The real story of Moses
The first we hear of Moses in the Torah is at the beginning of the book of Exodus where his birth is described in an anonymous fashion.
By Mordechai Becher Apr. 21, 2024
Divine insight: The art of dreaming dreams
One biblical example is Pharaoh's dream, which was not just a personal reflection but a divine revelation intended to preserve Israel and the world from famine.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Apr. 21, 2024
Grace tidings: Redeemed from the curse
While I am a firm believer in giving, it is not so that I avoid a curse from God. Curses are from the devil not from God.
By Doug Mamvura Apr. 21, 2024
Sunday Word: A new season is upon us
Every bondage that was set against against us was nullified by His death and resurrection.
By Prosper Tingini Apr. 7, 2024
Hebrew Scriptures: Where is the Ark of the Covenant today?
The Ark of the Covenant—its construction and function is described in the book of Exodus 25:10-22—was a cedar box covered with gold on the inside and out.
By Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld Apr. 7, 2024
Grace Tidings: God’s loving kindness
God will never ever fail you in His love for you. God loves you based on His character not your conduct.
By Doug Mamvura Apr. 7, 2024
Divine Insights: How to deal with generational curses
Renewing the mind is like reconditioning oneself to live the life they've been called to live in Christ Jesus.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Apr. 7, 2024
The intense antisemitism of Haman, Hitler and Hamas
Hatred of Jews goes far beyond stereotypical prejudice, discrimination and scapegoating. Antisemites are driven to total genocide of the Jews.
By Rabbi Shraga Simmons Mar. 31, 2024
SundayWord: Tamar dressed to seduce Judah
Judah had no intention at all to sleep with any woman when he set out on his journey.
By Prosper Tingini Mar. 31, 2024
GraceTidings: The unconditional love of God and His resurrection power
The book of Ephesians is a much gentler letter, but it proclaims the same great truths.
By Doug Mamvura Mar. 31, 2024
DivineInsight: Easter reflections: Celebrating Jesus' life, death, and resurrection
The second part of 1 Timothy 3:16 then says, 'God was manifest in the flesh,' showing the importance of understanding his humanity.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Mar. 31, 2024
Grace tidings: Put off the Old man
God never intended for a pill to do what the God-pill was designed to do.
By Doug Mamvura Mar. 24, 2024
Hebrew Scriptures: A rational approach to the Torah’s divine origin
As an illustration of this principle, consider the case of the California cult known as Heaven’s Gate.
By Benny Leon Mar. 24, 2024
Divine insight: How to help the poor
When companies and businesses pay their taxes, they ensure the government is able to build the nation, ensuring safety nets for citizens, especially the poor.
By Humphrey Mtandwa Mar. 24, 2024
Sunday word: Unveiling the profound truth of Easter: Exploring the death and resurrection of Christ
The pivotal moment of Easter lies in the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ on the cross.
By Prosper Tingini Mar. 24, 2024
Atomic weapons: Oppenheimer’s gift to the world?
It should also be remembered that if there was no Pearl Harbour there would be no Hiroshima!
By Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt Mar. 17, 2024
DivineInsight: Breaking the chains of religion
Apostle Paul, in the Book of Corinthians, further emphasises that for this cause, many are sick among you, and many sleep
By Humphrey Mtandwa Mar. 17, 2024
SundayWord: Unveiling the true meaning of Easter: A Biblical perspective
Easter is far more than a cultural observance or a springtime festival.
By Prosper Tingini Mar. 17, 2024
GraceTidings: Living at an address called “there”
The Lord had already spoken to the birds instructing them to take the food for Elijah.
By Doug Mamvura Mar. 17, 2024
Hebrew Scriptures: US accused of funding UNRWA while terror ties known, complaint charges
Since the reports came to light, the US and other donor countries temporarily suspended funding of UNRWA “pending an investigation by the United Nations.”
By Darcie Grunblatt Mar. 10, 2024
Grace Tidings: What do you see?
Most Christians have never seen their real self. If I asked someone what they looked like, they would describe to me their outward man, but they probably wouldn’t know who they are in Christ.
By Doug Mamvura Mar. 10, 2024