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Tears or cheers — cry or celebrate?
I personally stopped going to funerals many years ago for several reasons. I do believe the last one I went to was out of respect for my wife who passed on several years ago. Now the main reason why I don’t go to funerals is because my personal bel...
 
 
Christians and politics part 6: Important issues and evaluation from a Kingdom perspective
Election season has been officially launched in The Bahamas, and in light of the election date announcement I would like to highlight some of the items that I believe are important from a Kingdom perspective. I am also introducing a tool that I belie...
 
 
Take time to love
Far too often I meet couples that are getting married without having sufficient time to know each other or to develop a meaningful relationship before marriage. They feel they love each other and that’s all they need. Is love enough? The reality i...
 
 
Learn to love one another
Tomorrow, Good Friday, Christians will commemorate the passion, suffering and death on the cross of Jesus Christ, and across many households people will spend the day in prayer and fasting, reflecting on what Jesus did for them. As they do, Bishop Mo...
 
 
Easter messages 2017
Easter is about a deep love that God has for us “I will sing of your steadfast love, O Lord, forever; … For your steadfast love was established forever.” (Psalm 89:1a and 2a) As we celebrate another Easter, we note that at its core Easter is ...
 
 
Trust in Jesus to guide you
“The sovereign Lord has given me an instructed tongue to know the Word that sustains the weary. He wakens me morning by morning, wakens my ear to listen like one being taught. The sovereign Lord has opened my ears, and I have not been rebellious; I...
 
 
I believe in you
I guess that when some of my readers initially read the title of this particular article, they may have looked somewhat puzzled as they said to themselves, “How could D. Paul believe in me, he doesn’t even know me?” Well my friend, although I d...
 
 
A little tea, nibbles and lots of table decorating
Faith United Baptist is in the winner’s circle. The church’s members decorated the winning table with the theme “The Bahamian Thing” at the Bahamas National Baptist Women’s Convention’s fifth annual tea party and fashion show. Rev. Sabri...
 
 
A week without women: Mt. Pleasant Green Women’s Ministry to host annual international women’s retreat
For one week a number of homes around the country will be without women, as they pack their bags to head out for a time of soul searching, which will allow them to return home refreshed and encouraged to go on. The women will be at Mt. Pleasant Green...
 
 
Jesus will not let you stand alone
“The hand of the Lord was upon me, and He brought me out by the Spirit of the Lord and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full of bones. He led me back and forth among them, and I saw a great many bones on the floor of the valley, bones that ...
 
 
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