Describe Your Faith (Optional)
I'm a Christian & I proudly share my faith
i am stephi sampson from bikaner (india)
i m 18 years old...love to make friends
and my best friend is jesus who help me always
god is love...god is my everything
Share your education level
What is your favorite book?
The Holy Bible
What is your favorite sport?
Do you like to play sports?
Where Are You From?
Where Are You From? (City (optional), State, Country)
Bikaner (India)T [map]
When were you born?
May 30, 1994
So happy! My Dad shared the gospel with many people today going to the mall and 3 got saved!!
Eyewitnesses To The 2nd Coming
Q. Please could you spare a moment to tell me how you interpret Christ’s statement in Matthew 16:28? He says there were “those present who would not taste death until they saw the Son of Man coming in His kingdom.” Some say it is evidence of Christ’s humanity – since He said that He didn’t know the time of His return. Others have said He was referring to the com ing of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. What is your interpretation?
A. Six days after Jesus said this, He took Peter, James and John to the top of a nearby mountain and was transfigured before them. Moses and Elijah were there and the voice of God spoke to them all (Matt. 17:1-8).
In 2 Peter 1:16-18 Peter recalled the event.
We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. For he received honor and glory from God the Father when the voice came to him from the Majestic Glory, saying, “This is my Son, whom I love; with him I am well pleased.” We ourselves heard this voice that came from heaven when we were with him on the sacred mountain.
When Peter said this he was obviously talking about the 2nd Coming. This means the Lord’s transfiguration was the fulfillment of Matt. 16:29. Now this doesn’t mean the 2nd Coming has already taken place as some Preterists would have us believe. It just means that during their lifetimes the three disciples were eyewitnesses to the fact that it will.
Samson Babatunde Oluyeba
Greatest man in history, named Jesus, had no servants, yet they called him Master. Had no degree, yet they called him Teacher. Had no medicines, yet they called him Healer. He had no army, yet kings feared Him. He won no military battles, yet He conquered the world. He committed no crime, yet they crucified Him. He was buried in a tomb, yet He lives today.
Friend accept Jesus as your personal Lord and savior today and be saved!!!!
Jesus Christ is rich:
When He has been born in Betlehem Judea, the three wisemen gives Him gifts. The first gives Him pure gold, the second one gives Him expensive perfume and the third gives Him expensive incense. Before one year Jesus (infant), Joseph and Mary has been transfer in Egypt. Egypt is one of the most rich country during that time until today. Egypt is the childhood hometown of Jesus. Joseph is a carpenter and his customer in Egypt are rich that is why He earn a high salary and when Herod died they transfer in Nazareth and practice the Jewish Theocracy. When Jesus is 29 years old, He was baptize by John and obey the Ministry of God as the Messiah. He gives free Christian Education, Free Healing for any kind of disease and sickness. He gives food to the hungry and fish to Peter. After 3 1/2 years He perform an everlasting atonement to redeem and justify us. He rose from the dead and within 40 days and 40 nights He reveal to His disciples and ascend in the highest Heaven. He descend the Holy Spirit to his Apostles and Christians.
Jesus Christ is rich, disciplined man and a preacher.
For you know the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, we know that He is very rich and yet He became poor (crucified) so that by His becoming poverty you might become rich ( abundantly supplied ) 2corinthian 8:9
- Bro. Lester G. Bansil
There is no religion or message in the entire world like the Gospel. No religion in the world has a Cross and a Savior bearing the sins of the whole world. The Cross is the great, profound, magnificent, unconquerable, unchangeable, and matchless truth. It towers above all mere religious ideas. (Acts 13:38) The Apostle Paul preached only Christ and Him crucified. (1 Corinthians 2:1-2) In his letters to the Corinthians, Paul obviously taught many things, but for him all truth swings around the Cross. He wrote to the Corinthians a long chapter about resurrection, but it was about Christ who rose from the dead because He had won the victory on the Cross. The foundation for all Christian truth is Christ crucified. This is the heart of the Gospel – and it must be preached. Good morning from Tennessee and God bless you. REINHARD BONNKE