Category: Spiritual Growth

8 Things You Need to Know About Easter Sunday

The great day is finally here: Easter, the most important day of the Christian calendar. More important even than Christmas. What happened on this day? Was Jesus’ resurrection a real, historical event? How does the Church celebrate this day? Is Easter a pagan holiday? Here are 8 things you need to know.   1. What happened on Easter? Among other things: The women went to the tomb to anoint Jesus’ body. They saw angels, who told them he wasn’t there. They went to tell the apostles, who initially didn’t believe them. Peter and the beloved disciple rushed to see...

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Why is Good Friday Called “Good Friday”?

This Friday is Good Friday, the day on which Christians commemorate the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. The name may seem counterintuitive to many Christians and nonbelievers, since the day is typically viewed as a solemn one, often observed with fasting and somber processions. Why is Good Friday called Good Friday? Probably because good used to mean holy. There are a few theories about why Good Friday is called Good Friday, but only one seems to be supported by linguists and by historical evidence. The first of these theories is that Good Friday is called Good Friday because,...

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Be The Man God Wants You To Be: Marriage And Relationships

Ladies and Gentlemen, This post is not for everybody. It’s for people who wish to get understanding. The word “Eden” is a Hebrew word for “where God dwells”, so the first thing God gave man was “His Presence”. So the first thing a man needs is NOT a woman; it is the presence of God, and a woman should meet him in the presence of God. Eve met Adam in Eden. The next thing God gave man after putting him in the Garden was WORK. (Gen. 2:15). God gave man work before giving him a woman. That means a...

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Discerning God in Improprieties

In our bid to enforce what we think is right we sometimes find ourselves fighting against God without knowing. How? Let us consider some biblical examples: humanly speaking, it was not proper for Joseph, who was the acclaimed favoured son of his father, to be telling his brothers about his dreams where they were all further subject to him. That means they were not just inferior to him at the physical level, they were also secondary to him at the ethereal realm. Why wouldn’t such men resent and resist him? To them, it was not fit that their young...

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