Holy Trinity One God

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Today, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Holy Trinity. Most of us struggle with this idea of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit but yet One God.


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The feast of Pentecost. In the Old Testament it was celebrated in honour of the 10 Commandments been given to the people of Israel to live differently than all other nations.

Remain In My Love

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Love, it’s the heart of a relationship.  It is a free gift from God who is love himself.


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Alleluia! The Lord has Risen indeed. There’s an empty tomb that declares Jesus alive.

The Rightful Ruler

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Its Holy Week, where Jesus the King of Creation suffered, was crucified and resurrected. Was Holy Week necessary if the celebration of this Day, Palm Sunday, were genuine to the full limit and all the Jews were there to welcome the King.

A Heart of Love

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What is perfect love? A love that leads to transformative change and blessing for many people. A love that breaks the ties that bind people in captivity and away from God. A love that has no sin in it at all. A love that gives itself for the greater good, a love that serves all […]

God Still Loves You!

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God loves the world just as it is, God loves this broken world with all the broken people in it but he doesn’t want to condemn the broken world to ruin. God wants to repair the brokenness through love.