Daily Word English

FORGET OUR BAD PAST

I READ: 1 Corinthians 15: 1-11 Why did Jesus have to die for 3 days?  Because the number 3 symbolizes completeness.  His work of redemption is perfect for us.  Besides that, the number 3 symbolizes how our life is divided: our past, our present, our future.  This means that through His death and resurrection, God…

THE CHURCH IN SARDIS – THE DEAD CHURCH

I READ: Revelation 3: 1 – 6 The church in Sardis is nicknamed “The Dead Church.” This was the church that did not receive praise from the Head of the Church, Jesus Christ, because there was not even one of them whose works were found finished (Rev 3:2). The works that they did looked right,…

CHURCH IN SMYRNA (THE PERSECUTED CHURCH)

I READ: Revelation 2: 8 – 11 Today we will learn what the Lord Jesus said to the church in Smyrna. This church experienced much suffering while in attendance. They were persecuted because they preached the Gospel. They were also despised and slandered by false teachers and their followers as they stood in Christ’s truth.…

OBTAINING A CROWN OF GLORY

I READ:  1 Corinthians 9:24-27. Apostle Paul had a clear vision for his life; he understood God’s calling to do His will. Eventhough he had to experience myriad sufferings and persecutions for the gospel, He never gave up and retreated from his duties as a servant of God. He even said, “For to me, to…

TO BE A VICTOR

I READ:  2 Samuel 8. Constant warfare, being hunted, committed adultery and a complex family relationship were part of King David’s life.  Nevertheless, the bible notes that David is the only biblical figure that is a friend of God and God bestowed victories over him whenever and wherever he went.  What is the key to…