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6 Ways to Start and Maintain a Daily Christian Meditation Practice

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 24, 2015 0 Comments
6 Ways to Start and Maintain a Daily Christian Meditation Practice
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 Share on Tumblr By Rhonda Jones Meditation plays a very important role in the spiritual growth of a Christian. The meaning of meditation is focusing your thoughts to think on, ponder or muse about something. The main aim of meditation for Christians is to empty the mind of the bad things and fill it with […]

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Don’t Make These 5 Christian Meditation Mistakes

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 18, 2015 0 Comments
Don’t Make These 5 Christian Meditation Mistakes
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 Share on Tumblr by Rhonda Jones There are a lot of different methods that Christians employ when they attempt meditation, just like there are a lot of different little ways that different people manage their relationship with the Lord. As loving and accepting as we are, we might be prone to saying things like, “There’s […]

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8 Christian Meditation Tips for Busy Mothers

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 11, 2015 0 Comments
8 Christian Meditation Tips for Busy Mothers
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 Share on Tumblr by Rhonda Jones Motherhood is not easy, and at times it feels like the to-do-list just keeps on getting longer every single day – making it difficult for us to experience true joy and peace that can be found in God, our children as well as the Gospel. “A mother’s work is […]

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Christian Meditation for Rookies

Filed in Christian Meditation by on April 27, 2015 0 Comments
Christian Meditation for Rookies
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 Share on Tumblr Feeling like a Christian meditation rookie? Well, in addition to being good for your body, meditation is an great way to relieve stress, find peace, and grow closer to God. But many of us don’t exactly have the patience of a saint, and if you’ve never meditated before, it can seem scary and […]

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A Divine Call to Meditate: The Practice of Biblical Meditation

Filed in Christian Meditation by on April 22, 2015 0 Comments
A Divine Call to Meditate: The Practice of Biblical Meditation
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 Share on Tumblr Guest Post: Manuel Vargas The Divine Call to Meditate (Joshua 1:1-9) God challenged Joshua to Meditate on the Law day and night. (Josh. 1:8) God gave Joshua the key to prosperity and success in his calling and career as an effective leader just by simply meditating on His Law (Word). It’s amazing […]

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Satan and the Spirit of Distraction in the End Times

Filed in Spiritual Warfare by on July 29, 2015 4 Comments
Satan and the Spirit of Distraction in the End Times
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 Share on Tumblr The Spirit of Distraction. Distract, divide, conquer. When it comes to distraction, Satan is a master– it’s the most sly and least expected tool in his arsenal, the perfect bait to lure Christians from the Lord’s Flock.  As we grow closer and closer to the End Times, distractions become more and more […]

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Keep Your Eyes on Jesus

Filed in Christian Living by on July 22, 2015 1 Comment
Keep Your Eyes on Jesus
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 Share on Tumblr by Guest Writer Kenya Branch There are several theories about what will be happening in our country and on our planet. I believe that whatever happens, the gospel of Jesus, the Christ, is good news and life is so short that it won’t be long before we are in the presence of […]

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Make Time For The Lord: Breaking the Cycle of Busyness

Filed in Christian Living by on July 22, 2015 0 Comments
Make Time For The Lord: Breaking the Cycle of Busyness
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 Share on Tumblr  by Rhonda Jones The twenty-first century demands our attention twenty-four hours every day, seven days every week, and today’s culture often demands us to keep busy. Busyness, according to today’s world, is productivity. And for Christians, this often means that we get caught up in work, school, hobbies or family outings, and […]

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Jesus is Coming, Don’t Be Left Behind (Salvation Letter)

Filed in Church & Apologetics by on July 16, 2015 1 Comment
Jesus is Coming, Don’t Be Left Behind (Salvation Letter)
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 Share on Tumblr   Dear Friends and Family,  I am writing you this letter from my heart because I love you and want you to be ready when Jesus returns to take his bride (the church). I believe that we are living in the last days and that the Lord Jesus Christ is coming  soon.  Although no one can predict the day […]

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It’s Time to Fight!

Filed in Christian Living, Spiritual Warfare by on July 3, 2015 4 Comments
It’s Time to Fight!
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 Share on TumblrBy Rhonda Jones           ‘For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh: For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds. – 2 Corinthians 10: 3-4 “For we wrestle not against flesh […]

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Is There Really a Difference Between Christian and Eastern Meditation?

Filed in Christian Meditation by on June 15, 2015 0 Comments
Is There Really a Difference Between Christian and Eastern Meditation?
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 Share on Tumblr by Rhonda Jones The word meditation is a derivative of the Latin word meditar?, which means to reflect on, to study or to practice. This is the general definition of the word. In Christianity, meditation is a form of prayer where Christians reflect upon the word of God. This definition is derived […]

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8 Ways Christian Parents Can Build Healthy Relationships with Their Kids

Filed in Christian Living by on June 8, 2015 1 Comment
8 Ways Christian Parents Can Build Healthy Relationships with Their Kids
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 Share on Tumblr By  Rhonda Jones Feelings of loneliness and isolation hit all Christians at some point or another, but when we feel separated from our own children, many of us don’t know how to react. We expect to feel this with friends or more distant relatives, but when the distance is within our own […]

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Jesus Didn’t Die For This: Six Things That Were Not Part Of His Plan

Filed in Christian Living by on June 1, 2015 0 Comments
Jesus Didn’t Die For This: Six Things That Were Not Part Of His Plan
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 Share on Tumblr by Rhonda Jones Jesus died for us. Everyone who considers themselves Christian, regardless of the individual ways that they choose to worship Him, understands that He laid down his life for us, who he loved so much. His death was the key that opened the Kingdom of God for us in spite […]

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Christian Meditation: 10 Signs You Need to Start Meditating Today!

Filed in Christian Meditation by on May 4, 2015 0 Comments
Christian Meditation: 10 Signs You Need to Start Meditating Today!
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 Share on Tumblr by Rhonda Jones In this fast-paced and success-driven society, it’s so easy to lose track of your faith and place it on the sidelines in favor of the more “pressing” matters in life. However, you soon realize that living life as if you’re on auto-pilot and not taking the time to strengthen […]

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Biblical Keys to Spiritual and Mental Health Part 4 of 4

Filed in Christian Health and Fitness by on April 20, 2015 0 Comments
Biblical Keys to Spiritual and Mental Health Part 4 of 4
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 Share on Tumblr Guest Post: Pastor Dan White “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind”(2 Timothy 1:7 KJV). You can define mental, emotional, and spiritual strength by identifying the things that mentally strong individuals don’t do. Emotionally strong people have learned […]

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