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Can a Christian be a sinner?

Can a Christian be a sinner? Hello everyone, thank you so much for clicking on my link. You are amazing and special to God. He is madly in love with you, don't you ever forget that. Before we keep going, I want you to scroll up, hit the subscribe button and enter your email address. That way, my wonderful content goes directly to your inbox and you can share with anyone you like. Please and please, subscribe. Thank you So are you a sinner?  ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ Do you lie, steal, fornicate/commit adultery, gossip, keep malice, betray people, or exhibit greed? If you answered yes to any options above newsflash, you may not be a sinner.  Often times when we talk about sin we talk about sin as an act like it happens in a vacuum. But nothing is born out of nothing. We can always trace things back to their origin. However, we treat sin like there is no cause and effect relationship to it. Let's go down memory lane, how did sin enter the world? Romans 5:12 (TLB)   Whe

A Christian must help in the community.

A Christian must help in the community. Ask yourself this question, "when last did I help someone that couldn't give me anything in return"?  I am not asking about obligatory giving or helping but genuine giving to someone directly or indirectly without getting anything in return. A kind of giving that is not inspired by an expectation of return but one that comes from the heart. Acts 20:35 (NIV) In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ' It is more blessed to give than to receive. " From someone that enjoys service and volunteer work, I can tell you that there is an unexplainable feeling of happiness that comes with helping people without getting anything in return. Even Jesus said it in the above verse, it is the truth.  I probably have some readers that are not very keen on the spiritual side of things or you may still be skeptical, let'

Worship is not a song or a mood, it’s a lifestyle

Worship is not a song or a mood, it’s  a lifestyle. Sometimes the song leader comes up and says "let's be in the attitude of worship'. It somehow connotes that worship is something we can turn off and turn back on whenever we please. It also sounds like a thing of convenience. In fact, many think that worship is slow paced music while praise is fast tempo music. In actuality, worship is neither a mood or a pace of the music. It is way beyond that, worship is a countenance towards life. I did some research on what worship means and I was able to find some definitions: To value and treasure God above all things To show strong feelings of respect or admiration To regard God in all we do To place God in top priority We can see that none of the above words mentioned anything about music or switching moods. They are all focused on "God above all things". This means that in all that we do, we must express our love and reverence for God. That is what w

“He is” - Gospel music review

Hello everyone, how is your week going so far? I hope it’s being wonderful and filled with good news. If you haven’t read my last blog post, you are missing on an eye opening experience . Kindly check out Cut ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸพThem๐Ÿ‘๐ŸพOff , you will be glad you clicked it. So I have great news, bibilamour04 is launching a new segment focusing on gospel/Christian content.  So we will be highlighting music, movies, poems and other creative related content. If you know any amazing Christian songs, poems, musicians and you think their content is edifying to our walk of faith please send them my way. I can be reached via Facebook , Twitter and Instagram . (Click on any of the social media links, you will land directly on my page). Also, you can shoot me an email on Let’s spread the name of our God through all means as far as we can.  So this week, we are highlighting an amazing song titled  “He is” written by Jedidiah Olawale.  "HE IS", is a song that

Cut them off!

It's a new year, hallelujah we made it to 2019! I am so in love with the beginning of a new year. It is the beginning of many new things. I pray that this year,  you will be congratulated beyond your wildest dreams. Amen. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ  So I saw a tweet this past week that talked  about the new year being an opportunity to cut "toxic" people out of your lives. The tweet got over 500 likes and a lot of people agreed in the comment session.. It got me thinking about this act of waiting till a new year to cut people off and go silent on them like they never existed. No explanations, nothing said.. However, contrary to this yearly ritual of cutting people off I think we should adopt a different approach this new year. The new year is a great opportunity to mend my broken relationships that is edifying for us. How long will you hold a grudge against your dad or mum? How long will you be mad at your ex? How long will you fake a smile at your neighbor? Really, how long? R