The Book of proverbs is a book of wise about how to live to please God and to be a blessing in society.....Kitabu cha Mithali ni kitabu cha hekima. Kinatuelezea jinsi ya kuishi kumpendeza Mungu na kuwa baraka kwa jamii.....
FRIDAY 21ST OCTOBER 2016 MORNING
1 Peter 2:18-23 New International Version (NIV)
In place of the word slaves we may put servants or employees. The concept is that we should all respect one another and be obedient to those who are placed in authority over us.....Kila mtu anapaswa kutii mamlaka iliyopo. Kila mtu amewekwa chini ya mamlaka fulani....
Luke 18:1-6 New International Version (NIV)
Jesus is teaching us to persevere in prayer. It is good for us to keep praying to God about our own needs and the needs of others.... Yesu anasisitiza tuwe na bidii katika maombi na tusikate tamaa. Mungu anajua mahitaji yetu kabla ya sisi kuomba, lakini ni kwa faida yetu tunaomba...
1 Corinthians 16:13-14 New International Version (NIV)
We continue with the theme of being diligent in our faith and pressing forward......
Mark 6:7-13 New International Version (NIV)
Jesus called the Apostles to follow Him and learn from Him. Here He is sending them out to do work of evangelism. Jesus is still calling people to follow Him......
Matthew 12:38-42 New International Version (NIV)
Notice what Jesus says in verse 39! Many people in this generation are seeking for miracles.......
1 Thessalonians 4:1-8 New International Version (NIV)
The Apostle Paul writing to the Christians at Thessalonika gives them some instructions on Holy living. He tells them how to please God....
Jeremiah 8:4-7 New International Version (NIV)
God speaks to the Jewish people through the prophet Jeremiah. God complains that the people have not followed His laws and they have refused to repent of their sins. Let us as Christians examine our lives. Let us check what the Bible teaches us about how to live. Let us repent of our sins and turn back to God. Then God will forgive us and heal us and bless us.
Matthew 22:15-22 New International Version (NIV)
An important principle for all Christians is established in the above verses. As Christians we are required by God to do certain things. For instance we are expected to obey the Ten Commandments. We are also to be loyal citizens of our own country or the country in which we live. We must obey the laws of our country and pay taxes as we are required. As Christians we have dual citizenship. We are citizens of heaven and of our country here on earth.
Romans 11:7-12 New International Version (NIV)
Maandiko matakatifu ya Kiyahudi ambayo sisi Wakristo tunaita Agano La Kale, yanashuhudia jinsi Mungu aliita taifa la Israeli liwe na uhusiano wa kipekee na Mungu.