His Kingdom Reigns

Jesus says, "I am the way and the truth and the life"

  • Meet Jesus Christ

    God loved his creation (you and me) so much that he wanted to save us from the torubles(sin) of the world. So God came down to earth in the form of a human, Jesus Christ, through a virgin woman.

    God lived on the earth just like one of us, but he did not commit sins(lies, murder, lust, adultery, pride, selfishness, jealousy...) like us. He died on the cross as a sacrifice for our sins so that our sins are forgiven, and our guilt removed.

    Jesus rose again from the dead after 3 days. Now He is in heaven answering our prayers. He will come back to earth again to judge the peope.

    Friends, if we believe in the Lord God Jesus Christ, we are saved from the Judgement Day when He comes back. And those who believed on Jesus only will go with Him to Heaven and live for ever. AMEN

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  • Today’s verse from Bible

    If God Jesus is for you,then who can be against you?

    Romans 8:31

    Christ’s love is greater than anyone can ever know, but I pray that you will be able to know that love. Then you can be filled with the fullness of God. With God’s power working in us, God can do much, much more than anything we can ask or imagine.

    Ephesians 3:19-20

  • What Bible says…

    About Sin

    Anyone who knows the right thing to do, but does not do it is sinning.

    james 4:17

    About Wisdom

    The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge, but fools [a] despise wisdom and discipline

    Proverbs. 1:7

    If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.

    James 1:5

    Eternal Life

    For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son (Jesus Christ) that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

    John 3:16

    But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ, who, by the power that enables him to bring everything under his control.

    Philippians 3:20-21

    Faith On God

    And without faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who seek him.

    Hebrews 11:16

    We set our eyes not on what we see but on what we cannot see. What we see will last only a short time, but what we cannot see will last forever.

    2 corinthians 4:18

    We live by what we believe, not by what we can see.

    2 corinthians 5:7

    Love one another

    This is my(Jesus) command: Love each other.

    John 15:17

    We should love people not only with words and talk, but by our actions and true caring

    1 John 3:18

    Give each other more honour than you want for yourselves.

    Romans 12:10

Forgive others

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on March 16, 2011

How many times should you forgive someone who is making troubles for you? Jesus has the answer. Seventy times seven! … In other words, as many times as he troubles/ or sins against you! 

Then Peter came to him and asked, “Lord, how often should I forgive someone who sins against me? Seven times?”  “No!” Jesus replied, “seventy times seven!”  


Matthew 18:21-22

 Forgive others so that you will get forgiveness from God for what wrongs you have done.


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What Bible Says about Divorce ?

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on March 16, 2011

 “Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.

Says Jesus Christ in Bible (Luke 16:18)

Adultery is sin against God.

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God wants to answer your sincere prayer.

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on March 7, 2011

God says:

‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know

Jeremiah 33:3

God says again:

He will call on me, and I will answer him;
   I will be with him in trouble,
   I will deliver him and honor him.
16 With long life I will satisfy him
   and show him my salvation.”

Psalm 91: 15,16

  Our God is a living God. He is true to his words. His name is Jesus. Call to him. He will answer you.

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Those who trust God will not be ashamed

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on February 20, 2011

I was young and now I am old,
yet I have never seen the righteous forsaken
or their children begging bread.

psalm 37:25

In the above verse King David gives a testimony that he has never seen a righteous person or his chindren abandoned or having nothing to eat. Even today we might be in trouble, but God will deliver from all those every time. He has delivered in the past, so he will do it again.

Trust in the Lord and do good.
Then you will live safely in the land and prosper.

Commit everything you do to the Lord.
      Trust him, and he will help you.

Psalm 37:3,5

 

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Merry Christmas Everyone!

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on December 24, 2010

On this Christmas May the Prince of peace Jesus Christ be born in our hearts. And that would be true Christmas.

This is a trustworthy saying, and everyone should accept it: “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners”
– 1 Timothy 1:15

For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.
– Romans 3:23

If we claim to be without sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us. 9 If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.
-1 John 1:8-9

But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.
-Romans 5:8

So we all need Jesus. Otherwise we are guilty of sin and punishment for the same. But Jesus has already taken the punishment for our sins on himself. So rejoice for you are saved when you believe in Jesus.

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Why did Jesus died on the cross

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on November 11, 2010

Jesus died on the cross for you, so you are no longer seperated from his presence through your sins. Now that’s unconditional Love.

The text shown in  below video exlains is all. Though the song is not clear the text in the video conveys the message rightly. Check it out!

This is a trustworthy saying, and everyone should accept it: “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners”–and I am the worst of them all.

1 Timothy 1:15

 

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Song Cast your burden onto Lord Jesus and be at peace

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on November 11, 2010

 

He never sleeps…He never slumbers

 
When you’ve prayed every prayer that you know how to pray
just remember that the Lord will hear
And the answer is on its way
Our God is able
He is mighty
He is faithful
And he never Sleeps
He never Slumbers
He never tires of hearing our prayer
When we are weak
He becomes stronger
So rest in his love
And cast all of your cares on Him
Do you feel that the Lord has forgotten your needs

Just remember that God is always working in ways you can not see
Our God is able
He is mighty
He is faithful
And he never Sleeps
He never Slumbers
He never tires of hearing our prayer
When we are weak
He becomes stronger
So rest in his love
And cast all of your cares on Him – (2)

He never Sleeps
He never Slumbers
He never tires of hearing our prayer
When we are weak
He becomes stronger
So rest in his love
And cast all of your cares on Him

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Miracle Friday -29th Oct 2010

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on October 19, 2010

Friends,

You are invited for a Prayer Meeting on 29th October 2010.  Bro Peter Truong will share God’s word during the prayer meeting. He will also lay his hand on the people with sickness.

Peter Truong(http://petruong.blogspot.com/) is from Australia, he is part of Hope church Melbourne. He is spreading news about Gods Love through his miracle healing ministry.

So why miss the opurtunity to feel the presence of God and get healed. Please do come with family and friends.

Venue: VFC Church,
Opposite to Vivek nagar post office,
First floor, #105 vanarpet main road,
Bangalore,
India
phone: 9632600188

Please leave a comment if you have any queries

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Be in the Pack

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on July 8, 2010

source: unknown – Received by email

A member of a certain church, who previously had been attending services regularly, stopped going. After a few weeks, the preacher decided to visit him. It was a chilly evening. The preacher found the man at home alone, sitting before a blazing fire…  Guessing the reason for his preachers visit, the man welcomed him, led him to a comfortable chair near the fireplace and waited. The preacher made himself at home but said nothing. In the grave silence, he contemplated the dance of the flames around the burning logs. After some minutes, the preacher took the fire tongs, carefully picked up a brightly burning ember and placed it to one side of the hearth all alone then he sat back in his chair, still silent. The host watched all this in quiet contemplation. As the one lone ember’s flame flickered and diminished, there was a momentary glow and then its fire was no more.. Soon it was cold and dead. Not a word had been spoken since the initial greeting. The preacher glanced at his watch and realized it was time to leave. He slowly stood up, picked up the cold, dead ember and placed it back in the middle of the fire. Immediately it began to glow, once more with the light and warmth of the burning coals around it.

As the preacher reached the door to leave, his host said with a tear running down hi s cheek, ‘Thank you so much for your visit and especially for the fiery sermon. I shall be back in church next Sunday.’ We live in a world today, which tries to say too much with too little. Consequently, few listen.. Sometimes the best sermons are the ones left unspoken.

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Jesus

Posted by Hubert Godfrey on July 1, 2010

Taken From:

 http://www.truthseek.net/Yahshua.html

  Historically, it is a given, the man known as Jesus did exist. We have more

 secular proof that He existed than we do that Plato existed, or Aristotle (think

about it, can you prove that Plato or Aristotle existed?). In His day, He would

have been called Yahshua, a name which means “Yahweh Saves” or

“Yahweh is salvation.” In a diminutive form — e.g., my name is Douglas, but most

 people call me Doug — he would have been called Yeshua (the Aramaic name by

which most Messianic Jews call Him today, as they still believe it is improper to

vocalize the Name “Yahweh,” in much the same fashion in that it is perfectly all

 right for a Jew to say “Jehovah,” which is a purposeful misspelling, but not “Yahweh,”

 which is the ultimate expression of holiness). Yahshua is a name similar to Isaiah or

Jeremiah, all of them possessing the name “Yah,” the short, poetic form of “Yahweh.”

(In English, the name Yahshua has become “Joshua.”)

The most significant thing, from a human perspective, about Jesus, is that

He actually did claim to be the “Son of God,” and also, most startlingly, God.

He said that if you had seen Him, then you had seen Yahweh, the Father. When

He applied “I Am” to Himself, His attackers all toppled over backward, much the same

way His enemies do today in the “slain in the spirit” deceptive phenomena.

Today, people are a tad confused, thinking that Jesus’ full name was “Jesus Christ”

— that “Christ” is His last name. Actually, Christ is a title, which means “Anointed,” the

Greek translation of the Jewish title for “the Messiah.” Jesus Christ means “Jesus the

Anointed One,” or “Jesus the Messiah.” Yahshua IS the Chosen One.

During His short lifetime He accomplished more than any other man has before or

since His time. Everything He did was done before witnesses, friend and foe. His

enemies, astounded and speechless before His power, claimed He did everything

through the power of the devil. Note they did not deny that He did miraculous things,

only that He did them without God. Jesus replied with the now famous “a house divided

against itself cannot stand.”

Jesus displayed power over the elements in stilling the storm, in walking upon the

surface of foamy, stormy water, He raised the dead to life, including Lazarus who had

been dead for four days (thus disproving the spiritualistic lie that the spirit of the departed

hangs about its corpse for three days, and then departs to its final destination), He turned

water into wine, cured incurable diseases, lifted the darkness from the eyes of the blind,

made those walk who had been crippled their entire lifetime, accepted worship from

people (and his disciples and apostles and even holy angels do not accept worship),

fed thousands with a tiny bit of food on multiple occasions, after fasting for 40 days He

met Satan in a battle of wits and defeated him, displayed power over the fallen angels

when they could not disobey Him, logically met and out-thought the religious experts of

the day, fulfilled all Old Testament prophecies concerning the Messiah, miraculously

raised people from the dead by only speaking, delivered people who were enslaved to

demons, and finally allowed Himself to be nailed to a cross in order that “one man might

perish to save many.”

Do I believe all this stuff? Yes, I do, it is as real to me as my children, or my wife.

It is true, although it might appear to be utter stupidity to someone who has no

interest in God.

From God’s perspective, and ours when we know better, the most significant thing

about Yahshua is that He died in order that we might live. He would have done this

if I had been the only man born that had ever sinned, or if it had been only you. He would

 have died for me, or you. He would have died if you were the only person that needed

 redemption (and this saving sacrifice is available to literally ANY person living). In His

life He went through all the temptation that we do, all the troubles, all the pains — and

yet He was the only person to ever live without sinning, staying true to His course.

It is God’s will that none be lost, that everyone be saved — the only catch here is that

God does not force Himself on us, He allows us to make the decision for ourselves,

whether we accept His free gift, or reject it.

He has given us free will, along with the angels. The angels made their decision,

long ago, on whether they would believe in God’s goodness and fairness, or whether

they would listen to His enemy, the father of lies. The Bible tells us that a third of the

angels opted for the deceiver. That’s what they made of their free will. They chose deception.

And we face that deceiver today, the guy who was so good at his deceptive ability

that he was able to trick a third of the angels into following him against their God, and

 these are beings that saw God face to face, worshipped in His presence. This deceiver,

 the father of lies, is the same guy who was so good at his deceptive ability that he

twisted God’s words into their exact opposite meaning in order to dupe God’s first people

 on this Earth. God said, “Do not sin, because you will die.” Satan twisted it into: “Hey,

 you’re not really going to die, in fact, you’re going to be just like God!” It was such a

successful ploy that he uses it still today, teaching: “Hey, your body might die, but

you’re not really going to die, in fact, your soul or your spirit will just float free of your

mortal body, you will be immortal, free for the first time!”

That deception worked great for the “Heaven’s Gate” cult, and it is working just

as powerfully throughout most of Christianity today.

But Jesus is working today, as well. When He died at the cross He defeated the

 devil. That doesn’t mean that the devil is going to lie down and play dead — in fact,

the Bible describes the fallen cherub as deceiving the whole world, going about like

a roaring lion to devour as many as he can. But Jesus isn’t just kicking back on the right

hand of the Father — He’s working, busily, so that as many as possible can be saved.

Our only hope, really, against this master deceiver, is Jesus. Yahshua the Messiah

is at work for us. The Bible tells us that He is interceding for us today. He is our

Intercessor. With the help of the Holy Spirit, Jesus is visiting every single person on

the face of the earth — as long as there is life in a person, there is hope for that person.

If we confess our sins to Him, He will forgive us.

The Holy Spirit, the third member of the Godhead, is working desperately with

every person on the face of the earth, right now, from the mass murderers on death

row to the policeman considering suicide, to the housewife thinking terrible thoughts

with five screaming children, the next mail man considering going postal — He is talking

to you, right at this moment. The whole world has the Holy Spirit, He is a gift given to the

whole world, not just a select few. He is not just given to “The Chosen.” He is busy

on your behalf, pleading with you to turn from darkness to the light.

It is like we are an egg, and the Holy Spirit — called “The Spirit of Jesus” — wants

into us. He taps and taps on our shell, looking for any opening that we provide Him.

He is tireless in His quest to bring us to reason. He desperately wants in, but He will

not force His way in. In fact, He needs you to invite Him in.

Jesus stands at the door and knocks. That is what the Bible means. Jesus,

through the Holy Spirit, wants into us. He is knocking, right now. He promises that if we

open the door, He will come into us, He will dine with us, and He will draw close to us.

God says that if we draw close to Him, that He will draw close to us. That’s a pretty

potent promise.

Once we open that door, Jesus will come into us. The Holy Spirit, the gift given

to the whole world, then becomes the “Gift Giver.” It is He that prepares us and equips

us to aid God in saving as many people as possible. Now He is no longer on the

outside of us, tapping on the shell, seeking a way in — now He lives inside of us, and

shines out of us at any opportunity, to show Jesus to the world.

He once was outside of us, like He is everybody on the face of this planet, but after we

open the door He lives inside of us. We hand ourselves over to the Master Sculptor,

and He begins at once to mold and shape the clay — US!

We are on a sinking ship. We cannot afford to sit idly by, trusting that everything is

going to be okay, that the Titanic is unsinkable. This Earth is not impervious. In fact,

it is falling apart, even at this moment.

The Bible claims that Jesus is coming back soon, to destroy those who destroy the

Earth, and that is exactly what man is doing, out of ignorance and out of greed and

out of blatant stupidity. Man is destroying this planet. Secular scientists quickly agree,

and state that the doomsday clock is ticking, right now, and that the clock is running at

just a few minutes before Midnight — and remember, these are secular scientists who for

the most part are unconcerned with God. They feel it is up to man to save this planet

— but what do you think? If God promised one thing, can man establish something else?

God set us up as caretakers for this world, and we choose to destroy it with our

decisions. He set us up as caretakers of all the animals, and we choose to eat all the

animals, and the ones we’re not crazy about eating, we slaughter out of blatant

stupidity, pushing species after species into complete extinction. Some caretakers, us.

This world is going down, the scientists will tell you that. It’s not a ridiculous sign

held by “Doom Prophets” any longer. It is a certainty.

But that doesn’t matter. This is not a message of fear, or doom, or hopelessness.

Because we have a lifeline. There really is hope for all of us. He is putting out His

hand to you, asking for you to let Him in. And all you have to do, is say, “Yes, come in.

I invite You. Accept me, save me, lead me, teach me. I want to know You, and

the sound of Your voice.”

Yahshua is alive today. He IS the Chosen One, and by accepting Him, by

inviting Him in, WE become chosen. We are chosen in Him. We are SAVED in

Him. Jesus lives. That’s a fact.

And it is a fact that we are saved IN Him.

Like a fine china plate dropped from five feet onto the floor, there’s not much

hope. But put that same plate into a heavy leather briefcase, and drop it from twice

the height . . . that’s how it is for us. We must be IN Him, and the only way for us to be

IN Him is to open the door TO Him, to allow Him to live IN us.

You don’t have to run a hundred miles to be worthy. You don’t have to give up

smoking pot, or killing people, or sleeping with your best friend’s wife, or

making bombs to destroy the world. You don’t have to memorize anyone’s creed,

or agree to their list of rules. You don’t have to work yourself into an altered state.

You don’t have to psyche yourself up. And contrary to popular teaching, YOU DO

NOT HAVE TO TALK YOURSELF INTO IT, to make yourself believe, thus

participating in “make-believe.”

Just talk to Him, to Yahshua, Jesus the Christ. He’s not a hard Man to talk to.

His name is Wonderful, and He IS wonderful. He doesn’t expect you to change even

one iota, not one atom of your being — He will meet you exactly where you are,

whether it be in prison, in mansion, or living under the freeway in a cardboard box.

Meet Him, draw close to Him, and open the door. Invite Him in, and He will come in.

Your life will begin to change, immediately. Not that you will TRY TO CHANGE,

or that you must learn anyone’s codebook or start going to a particular church on a

particular day wearing particular clothes with a particular check written out and

stored in a particular pocket of your particularly best Sunday suit. No, it will be the

Holy Spirit inside of you that leads you to a new life, a new outlook, a new hope, a

new destiny, new wisdom and new intelligence and new choices — He will lead you

into God’s will, and it is so much better than anything we can figure out for ourself.

Then smoking pot and killing people and sleeping with your best friend’s wife and

making bombs to destroy the world won’t be quite as tasty to you. Because He will

begin to change you, from the inside to the outside.

He is here, today, and today is the day of our salvation.

He is alive. He died for you. And He will accept you the moment you open the door,

 and your life will begin to improve from that moment on.

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