Loading...

Jesus | Christian Prayer | Reflections On The Gospels

Gethsemane To Easter | The Christian Experience Of Ash Wednesday And Lent | Prayer With Jesus | King James Audio Bible | KJV

From Sin to Salvation | The Significance of Ash Wednesday and Lent | Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lent, the Lenten season, and falls 46 days before Easter – which is to say 40 days plus Sundays. A day of fasting and penitence, Christians are called to acknowledge their sinfulness and repent. On Ash Wednesday, ashes are placed on the forehead of each person in the sign of the Cross as a symbol of mortality and penitence [ … ]

What Is Easter? | Easter And Passover | When Is Easter? | Redemption And Salvation In Jesus Christ | The Bible | Audio KJV | King James Audio Bible

Easter is the Christian holiday that celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. According to the Bible, Jesus was crucified on a Cross, died, and was buried. However, on the third day after his death, Jesus rose from the dead and appeared to his followers. Jesus is the Lord and conquered death [ … ]

The Ten Commandments | The First Commandment: ‘I Am The Lord Your God. You Shall Not Have Strange Gods Before Me’

The first commandment is a fundamental aspect of the Christian faith that calls on believers to put God first in their lives and to reject any false gods or idolatries that may distract them from their relationship with God. By following this commandment and living out its principles in their daily lives, Christians can more fully embrace their faith and grow closer to God [ … ]

The Ten Commandments | The Fifth Commandment: ‘Thou shalt not kill’ | King James Audio Bible KJV

Human life is sacred because from its beginning it involves the creative action of God and it remains forever in a special relationship with the Creator, who is its sole end. God alone is the Lord of life from its beginning until its end: no one can under any circumstance claim for himself the right directly to destroy an innocent human being [ … ]

Reflections On The Love Of Jesus Christ | Joyful Mysteries | King James Audio Bible | KJV | Prayers

As I reflect upon the Annunciation to Mary, I am filled with a sense of awe and wonder at the way God works in our lives. The story of the angel Gabriel appearing to Mary to announce that she will conceive and bear a son is a powerful reminder of God’s love and mercy, and of the miraculous ways in which He works in our lives [ … ]

Listen To The Bible! | Psalm 119 | King James Audio Bible KJV | Glory Of God’s Law | Prayer With Jesus And King David | True Faith In God | Pray The Psalms

Psalm 119 explores the relationship between a believer and the divine law. This acrostic Psalm is structured with each of its 22 sections corresponding to a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, and each verse within a stanza beginning with that letter. This meticulous arrangement is not merely a literary flourish; it serves to emphasize the depth and breadth of the Psalm’s central themes. The Psalm’s opening verses, ‘Blessed are those whose ways are blameless, who walk according to the law of the LORD’ (Psalm 119:1), immediately set the tone for its primary theme: a deep reverence and love for God’s commandments, statutes, and laws [ … ]

Epiphany Of The Lord | The Magi | Three Kings / Three Wise Men | Meaning Of Epiphany | Gifts Of Gold, Frankincense And Myrrh | King Herod And The Flight To Egypt | King James Audio Bible

The word “epiphany” comes from the Greek word “epiphaneia,” which means “manifestation” or “appearance.” In the Christian tradition, the Epiphany is considered to be the day when the divinity of Jesus was revealed to the world through the visit of the Magi, also known as the three wise men or kings, who brought gifts to the newborn Jesus [ … ]

Prayer With Jesus | Beatitudes | Blessed Are The Peacemakers For They Shall Be Called The Children Of God | Meditations On The Love Of Jesus Christ | Simple Prayer

Jesus, as the Prince of Peace, showed us the way to be peacemakers. Jesus taught us to love our enemies, to forgive those who hurt us, and to seek reconciliation. Jesus’ life exemplified the power of forgiveness and the possibility of healing broken relationships [ … ]

<