I. This Sunday in Church
Bible Readings for This Sunday (October 30)
Sermons for This Sunday (October 30)
3. From Malankara World Journal Archives
Malankara World Journals with the Theme: Koodosh E'tho, Key to Kingdom
Volume 5 No 311: October 30 2015
Christian Life, Koodosh E'tho
Volume 4 No 244: October 31, 2014
Theme: Keys to The Kingdom - Forgiveness
II. Featured: The Kingdom of God
Introduction To This Week's Theme - The Kingdom of God and the Holy Church
To make the best use of your life, you must never forget two truths:
First, compared with eternity, life is extremely brief.
Second, the earth is only a temporary residence. ...
Jesus... God Reveals Himself in Every Book of the Bible
Here is a quick tour of how God reveals Himself in every book of the Bible. ...
A Kingdom for Faint Hearts
Jesus pointed crowds to a God who opens the eyes of the blind and raises the
dead, who claims the last will be the first and the servant is the greatest. But
lest we are tempted to leave his statements as hopeful moralisms, his
proclamations did not cease with mere words. ...
Would You 'Give Up Everything' for the Kingdom?
There is an implicit formula here that invites us into a new way of living.
In contrast to the world’s way of thinking and living, Jesus tells us that
his way is rooted in the pursuit of life under the rule and reign of God; if
we follow his way - the way of the cross - God will provide all that we
Throughout every trial and tribulation, throughout every victory and valley,
Jesus was in perfect communion with God. He listened for the voice of His Father
and responded appropriately - even if the answer meant He must wait. In the
moments we must wait, God's grace sustains us. Waiting on God can be difficult.
In our anxiousness to see Him move, we have a tendency to try and prod God
When Grace Goes Deep
The prodigal son trudges up the path. His pig stink makes passersby walk wide
circles around him, but he doesn't notice. With eyes on the ground, he rehearses
his speech. ...
III. Featured: One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church
Four Marks of The True Church Founded by Jesus Christ
The Church founded by Jesus, has four chief marks or qualities. It must be
one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church. (Nicene Creed) ...
The Two-Faced Church: Both Are Accurate
The human and frail side of the church's makeup should keep us on our knees and
in the Word seeking the Lord's protection and guidance.
The glorious, heavenly nature of the church should keep us looking up, giving
our all, and preaching the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ.
We must teach both natures of the church. ...
The Church is a Bride, not a Widow
The Church is a Bride, and the joyful mother of us all. Have confidence, and
be of good cheer. The world as we know it may be passing away, but the Lord
has conquered, and the Church, by his grace and promise, will remain always.
IV. General Weekly Features
Health: The Missing Link to Good Health
Family: 4 Myths Your Husband Believes about Marriage
Not only in the marriage bed, but in all aspects of your marriage, kindly
helping your husband dispel the myths he believes about marriage may be the key
to a more enjoyable marriage with no regrets. ...
Family: 13 Things I Want My Son to Know as He Turns 13
I wanted you to have something special and different for this birthday - a
resource to look back on through the years. Nobody ever made a list like
this for me, but if they had, I would have kept it forever. ...
What Generation Gap?
America's workforce is currently made up of three groups - The Baby Boomer,
Generation X and Generation Y.
Each generation has its own culture, values and beliefs, which can cause
problems in the workplace if the situation isn't identified and addressed for
what it is. ...
Inspiration: Celebrate Life Like the Gift It Is
You never know what tomorrow holds. So choose to treat every experience,
every relationship, ever challenge and every day as the absolute gift that
it is. ...
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