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Can I know God?

Per Kind Permission from MASIHI ISHA'AT KHANA Lahore - Pakistan In most places where men live, buildings have been erected as places of worship. For man is by nature religious, and everywhere people worship something whi...

What should I do to be saved?

What do I do to obtain righteousness by faith and to win salvation by redemption? The decision of believing in Jesus Christ and His redeeming blood on the cross is of great importance in guaranteeing that you will be in h...

Did Isa Al-Massih come only for Bani-Israel?

My friend in Jordan, you have asked a wonderful question that would normally require many pages to answer.  I will try my best to condense my response. Both Scripture and history provide answers to this question.  In...

Wonderfully fashioned

Wonderfully fashioned Lovingly formed by God on the day He created Adam and Eve Her role is honorable At the side of every great man stands a great woman Precious to God’s heart He calls, “You who dwell in the gardens, let Me hear your voice!” Her position is exalted Generations are raised at her knee and bless her King Solomon describes a woman with the most honorable of qualities. Here is the beautiful portrait of all that a woman can be: Who can find a virtuous wife? For her worth is far above rubies. The heart of her husband safely trusts her; so he will have no lack of gain. She does him good and n...

Only One Way To God

What is religion? This question has puzzled theologians throughout human history. But how did religion start in the first place? Why did it start? In order to understand some of these issues, let us have a look at the etymology of the word “religion” itself, and see that when and where this word was used for the very first time in the human history.

The word religion was used for the very first time in the Latin language. The actual word used in Latin was “religio”, which changed into religion when came into English. The roots of the Arabic word “Mazhab” or “Deen” can also be traced back to “religio”. In the Latin language, the word “religio” had three basic meanings; which are Faith, Trust & Belief.

If you further analyse these three words, faith, trust and belief; then you realize that there are actually three different characteristics

Emad's Testimony (Greek Orthodox)

Emad's Testimony I was born in the Gaza Strip to a Christian family who was Greek Orthodox. In Gaza, with a population of approximately one million, there is only about 1% Christians mostly belong to the Greek Orthodox Church. My father, after graduating from high school, attended the Baptist School for Allied Health Sciences in Gaza, and upon graduating, he got a job as a medical technologist at the Baptist Hospital. My father used to go to the Baptist church in town, which was a small chapel on the hospital’s grounds. Since I was a little kid, my father encouraged me and my brothers to attend church and go to Sunday School. We gre...

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