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A response to those who say we shouldn’t sing

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As I stated in my last post ‘Does God want us to sing?’, Romans 13 does teach that we are to be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God (Rom 13:1). The point being made here, is that in principle, the civil government is a good blessing from God, without which there would be anarchy. However...

Does God want us to sing?

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Should the gathered people of God sing even though the government says that we shouldn’t? Is not singing a form of Christian charity or an act of disobedience before God? The early church when they met together (Acts 2:42) devoted themselves to the word of God, fellowship, the breaking of bread and prayers. In Ephesians, we learn that a church which is filled with the Holy Spirit and living...

Back to Basics

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The first letter of John is to a young church and the simplest and best way to describe its message is that it is a call to get back to basics. The letter is written to young Christians who are the following generation of those who were eyewitnesses to Jesus. This is witnessed in the “we” “you” use of language and means of referencing. The letter also serves as a strong...

Family: The high calling of motherhood

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The high calling of motherhood can be easily missed and even given a lower position than the position which God has given it. This has come about for two reasons, the first is that the church has failed to teach on the high calling of motherhood and secondly because many mothers have been conformed to the world. God created men and women, God created the man to work and tend to the garden and He...

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