Glory belongs to our God, who has made it possible for us to see another month- November.
Our teaching focus for this month is “That I may know him” taken from Philippians 3:10.
The Apostle Paul who made this statement in his letter to the Philippians did know Christ. He knew whom he had believed; he knew Him for himself, but his knowledge of Christ, though it was very great, it was imperfect. His knowledge of Him was in part, and therefore he desired to know more of Christ, of the mystery and glories of His person, of the unsearchable riches of his grace, of his great salvation, and the benefits of it, of his love, which passes perfect knowledge, and to have a renewed and enlarged experience of communion with Him.
Are you satisfied with your current knowledge of Christ? Do you know Him enough or you want to know Him more? Is there a thirst and hunger in your heart to know more of His love and grace?
Join us this month as we explore the life, ministry, principles, miracles, power and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
“ of the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times, to know what Isreal ought to do, their chiefs were two hundred; and all their brethren were at their command” 1 Chronicles 12:32
There is a massive change taking place all around the world. There is a change in the political system; the climate is changing. We are confronted with new words and definitions from every angle. Recently, in the UK, the government has succeeded in re-defining marriage. The legal definition of marriage has changed to such an extent that it is now a very different thing than it was a few months ago. Legal marriage is not only available to heterosexual, but it has now been extended to homosexual couples.