Thursday, 31 December 2020

Thank You for Year 2020!

 


I hope you have been equipped with God's knowledge to live a transformed life for Christ on earth. Thank you for reading my blog. Thank you for sharing my articles with your friends, church groups, and on your social media platforms. 

Prayer
May God's presence go with you into the Year 2021 in Jesus' name.

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Yours in Christ,

Mysses Lafunky

Monday, 28 December 2020

Is Jesus the Only Way to God?

Season's Greetings!

I hope you had a lovely Christmas celebration. We are coming to the end of the series on who Jesus is. Last week, we learned about how Jesus is our Saviour. Today, we are going to be learning about Jesus The Way. You may have heard various people talk about the ways to God but what does Jesus (God) actually say about this?

Jesus told the disciples that He was going away and that they knew the way that led to where He was going. However, Thomas was unsure as to where Jesus was going. Thomas said to him, “Lord, we do not know where you are going. How can we know the way?" Jesus responded by saying: "I am the way the truth and the life, no one comes to the Father except by (through) Me". Jesus asserted that He is the only path that must be taken to get to the Father (God).

Thursday, 24 December 2020

Merry Christmas!

 


Are you ready for Christmas? It's already Christmas in Australia. Thus, I'd like to wish you all a Merry Christmas. May Christ fill your heart with joy and peace during this season in Jesus' name. Have a lovely Christmas!

Monday, 21 December 2020

Jesus My Saviour

Hello Readers & Followers,

It's another Monday. Season's greetings to you! We are continuing the series on who Jesus is. Last week, we discussed Jesus the Light of the world, you can click this link to read the previous post. Today, we are going to be learning about Jesus My Saviour.

Let us pray

Dear Lord, thank you for all the good things that you have done for me. Dear Lord, as I read your Word, please help me to understand your Word. Teach me your Word in Jesus' name. Help me to share your Word with others.

Why do you need a Saviour?

A long time ago, our first parents (Adam and Eve) disobeyed God, which made every one of their children to become sinners. However, God sent Jesus to save us from our sins and to restore our relationship with Him. God sent Jesus to be our Saviour.



Monday, 14 December 2020

Jesus the Light of the world

 


It's Christmas! What a lovely time to remind you about the most important person in the world, Jesus Christ. What do you associate with Christmas? Jesus Christ? Baby Jesus?  Christmas trees, decorations? Family? Time to give? Throughout this month of December, I will be sharing messages about who Jesus is. Today's focus is on Jesus, the Light of the world.





I'd like to ask you a question. What's more beautiful and fascinating? The light or darkness? Imagine your house without light, would you prefer your house to be with light or would you prefer to live and walk in darkness? I am certain that you'd prefer your house to have light so that you can see clearly, perhaps to avoid accidents and also to see all the beautiful things that are around your house.

Do you know that Jesus is the Light? God associates sins and evil with darkness. Jesus Christ came into the world as the Light to dispel darkness and to destroy the works of the enemy. Jesus Christ came into the world so that you can see and live a life that dispels darkness in your everyday living. 

Without Jesus Christ, people will follow a path of darkness.  Jesus Christ was born so that we can depend on Him to give us this special Light. We need His light for direction, to see, to shine, and to live. This Light gives us life.  This Light will help us to reign eternally with Christ. No wonder Jesus Christ said that He is the Light of the world and whoever follows him will never walk in darkness, but will have the light that gives life (John 8:12). Would you like to walk in this Light?

Do you know that the Light of God destroyed the works of the devil in the life of Mary Magdalene (Luke 8:1-3)? Jesus Christ cured Mary Magdalene of seven demons. Before Jesus Christ came into her life, Mary was living in darkness; her life was without meaning. However, when Jesus Christ shone His Light on her, her life had meaning again.

When the Light of God comes into your life:

1) You will appreciate the wonderful things that the Lord has made
2) You will clearly see that you are beautiful and wonderfully made
3) You will not be confused about who you are as the Light of God will help you to see clearly
4) You will see that the only way to heaven is through walking in the Light.
5) You will shine for God through your character and lifestyle.

Ephesians 5:13-14 says: "But when anything is exposed by the light, it becomes visible, for anything that becomes visible is light. Therefore, it says, "Awake, O sleeper and arise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you."

Prayer
Dear Jesus, thank you for being the Light of the world. Please, let your light shine in me and through me. Let your light shine in my family and through my family. Jesus, be the centre of my life.

Have a lovely week! 

Mysses Lafunky.


Monday, 7 December 2020

Embracing a Christ-centred life | Goodbye Self-centredness

Hello Readers & Followers,

How was your weekend? I hope you have had a lovely weekend. Once again, thank you for visiting Mysses Lafunky's blog. I'm glad you're here. This week's post is a continuation of my previous post. Please click here to read last week's post.

We were taught by the Holy Spirit that a self-centred life does not come from God as it is a life that focuses on one's own needs, interests, skills, gifts, and many more. Today's post will be encouraging us to embrace a Christ-centred life using some biblical principles which are centred on the Word of God. The Holy Spirit would also like us to undertake a spiritual detox of our lives.