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September 2015

Beyond Reconciliation

September 2015

Reconciliation does not necessarily equal intimacy.  Two enemies may reconcile but never become true friends.  They no longer fight, but they have little contact with one another.How many Christians secretly live lives like this?  They know Jesus has ended their enmity with God and re...Read More

Confess and Reconcile

September 2015

Man is divided from man. Class from class: Gentile from Jew: nation from nation: ideology from ideology. In every man there is tension. Every man is a walking civil war, torn between the desire for good and the desire for evil. The reason being: man’s estrangement from God. The central t...Read More

A Multidimensional Look at Reconciliation

September 2015

Reconciliation is the act of getting two things to be compatible or attuned or harmonious with one another. It simply means bringing diverse things to come together. It is the process of removing the space between two things or people. This article mainly aims at dealing with biblical understanding ...Read More

Abigail the Peacemaker

September 2015

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” Matthew 5:9“Women as torchbearers of peace are making a difference in hot spots of every region of the world. Palestinian and Israeli women have joined forces and work together as advocates for peace. BAT SHALOM is an Isra...Read More

Reconciliation: An Old Testament Perspective

September 2015

Reconciliation carries the idea of restoration of relationship and fellowship after estrangement. The divine purpose and plan for human is to live in harmony with God, the Creator and with the rest of God’s creation. The Old Testament begins with this beautiful picture of harmony in Eden and ends ...Read More

Independence Day Message

September 2015

A teacher asks her class a question and promises them a reward for the correct answer. The question: “Who is the most famous man that ever lived?”A French boy, Jean answered, ‘Napoleon’. Teacher said, ‘No’.An Indian boy, Ranjit said, ‘Gandhi’. Teacher said,  ‘Sorry, Ranjit, wr...Read More