Tag: salvation

If You Are Good, Then You Are God!

If You Are Good, Then You Are God!

As it is written: ‘There is no one righteous, not even one.’ Rom. 3:10 This verse is humbling and an indictment of the character of man since the fall. From the time of Adam after the fall till today our world has not and cannot produce one righteous person. Even an infant that dies one minute after birth cannot be […]

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Only One Way?

Only One Way?

Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved. Acts 4:12 This is a bold and clear statement that must be responded to as either the truth to be accepted or a lie to be rejected. If salvation is found only in Christ, then it […]

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Power for Powerful Work

Power for Powerful Work

But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. Acts 1:8 I am not a car guy and know very little about cars. But one thing that never ceases to amaze me is people who buy […]

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Non-Stop Worship Service Songs August 16, 2020

Sunday Worship Service: May 31, 2020

Church Beyond Walls Live Service (ECWA Wuse II Media)   ECWA International Online Service with Rev. Joshua Yakubu (French) 31st May 2020 (ECWA Television)   Sunday Service Broadcast 31st May 2020 (FEEC Ilorin)   Sunday Service with Rev. Dr. Jonah Samson May 31, 2020 (ECWA GoodNews Maitama)   ECWA International Online Service with Rev. Dr. Jeremiah M. Gado (English) 31st […]

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Where Is Commitment? – Francis Chan

Where Is Commitment? – Francis Chan

 Where Is Commitment? – Francis Chan Finishing the task is a conference dedicated to reaching the unreached people groups around the world with the gospel. Many of us believers say we will do something, but we don’t follow through. Why are we struggling to be obedient to our call for the gospel? What is holding us back? I think […]

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The last book of the Bible says that at the end of time, the New Jerusalem (also called the Holy City) will come down from heaven and be the place where Christ and His people live (Pinterest)

Waiting for the New Jerusalem

A few years ago, in Defending Marriage: Twelve Arguments for Sanity, I wrote that the recognition of same-sex pseudogamous relations—the acceptance of a lie, that a man can in fact mate with another man, or a woman with a woman—would make it even harder than it already is for us to see that man is made for woman and woman for man, and […]

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The Good News About The Bad News

The Good News About The Bad News

 26th April,2020. Sunday Sermon With Rev. Dr. Anthony Tede (The Good News About The Bad News Part 2) ECWA Goodnews Sabon Dutse, Fct-Abuja ECWA exists to glorify God and to achieve HIS purpose by communicating the gospel to the lost, disciplining and equipping members for wholistic mission and global evangelism. Caring for the needy and encouraging brotherly love, through […]

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James vs. Paul: Salvation by Grace or Works?

James vs. Paul: Salvation by Grace or Works?

Am I saved by faith or good works? “For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God…” Ephesians 2:8 In order to be saved we must believe in Jesus and dedicate our lives to following Him. Salvation is based upon faith alone (Galatians 3:6, 7). But then […]

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The First Christians

Who is the first Christian?

This a fascinating question. Very much like asking, who was the first human, first scientist, first lawyer or first anything, when you think about it. Seriously. For some endeavors or accomplishments, we can develop a precise answer. Thus we know that Yuri Gagarin was the “first person in space,” Neil Armstrong was the “first person to set foot on the […]

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Abstract Art - Salvation (Image by Raheel Shakeel from Pixabay)

Christians Should Desire the Salvation of All People Because God Does

We die once and then enter into judgment (Heb 9:27). In that judgment, Christ will distinguish between sheep and goats, between those who walk the narrow path and those who the wide path, and between the faithful and the faithless. According to Jesus, the first will enter “eternal life,” while the second “will go away into eternal punishment” (Matt 25:46). […]

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