What is your Service to Jesus till He Returns?

Last week I wrote the blog Can I do any Work I want as Service for Jesus? about Colossians 3,23. This passage is often used by Christians to approve the job they have. They claim that they do this job as a service to Jesus, but they actually just want to have that job. Or they want to be successful and use this passage to add spiritual value to their desire. In this last blog I explained why this is not what this passage is about. Read More

Can I do any Work I want as Service to Jesus?

Many Christians claim they can do their work and have success as if they do this for Jesus. They refer to the following passage to confirm this claim:

Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters ~ Colossians 3,23 ~ Read More

Deliverance from Demon through Prayer in Jesus’ Name

Lately I wrote a testimony about Praying with a University Student to Accept Jesus’ Sacrifice. This was a very exciting experience during a course about Christianity. During that same course, and actually the same day, I had another interesting experience when I prayed for another participant of this course.

After a talk about the work of the Holy Spirit and personal fellowship with God, a participant shared that she found it hard to have a relationship with God. She said that when she wanted to pray and read her Bible, she was distracted and couldn’t focus anymore. She didn’t really have that problem when she was with other Christians, but when she was on her own, she couldn’t focus on God. Read More

Prayed together with a University Student to Accept Jesus’ Sacrifice

During a course for students about Christianity I had the privilege to pray with someone to accept Jesus’ sacrifice. (What Jesus’ sacrifice means to you, you can learn from Insights about the Gospel of Jesus Christ from the Story of the Good Samaritan.) One of the participants of this course for students said she liked the course very much, but found it hard to believe that Jesus’ sacrifice was also for her. I asked if it was OK to read the Bible together about this. When she confirmed that it was OK, we read several passages. Among others we read the following: Read More