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July 20th, 2010

Does Prayer Change Things?

Does Prayer Change Things

They say that prayer changes things, but does it REALLY change anything?
Oh yes! It really does!

Does prayer change your present situation or sudden circumstances?
No, not always, but it does change the way you look at those events.

Does prayer change your financial future?
No, not always, but it does change who you look to for meeting your daily needs.

Does prayer change shattered hearts or broken bodies?
No, not always, but it will change your source of strength and comfort.

Does prayer change your wants and desires?
No, not always, but it will change your wants into what God desires!

Does prayer change how you view the world?
No, not always, but it will change whose eyes you see the world through.

Does prayer change your regrets from the past?
No, not always, but it will change your hopes for the future!

Does prayer change the people around you?
No, not always, but it will change you – the problem isn’t always in others.

Does prayer change your life in ways you can’t explain?
Oh, yes, always! And it will change you from the inside out!

So does prayer REALLY change ANYTHING?
Yes! It REALLY does change EVERYTHING!


Read This Beautiful Article – No prayer request too small for Him

July 19th, 2010

Speaking By Holy Spirit

Speaking By The Holy Spirit

Jesus said “David himself, speaking by the Holy Spirit, declared: ‘The Lord said to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet.” – (Mark 12:36)

Jesus tells us that David’s great Psalm 110 is Spirit-inspired. And that Psalm speaks to the greatness of the Messiah — the greatness of Jesus! He is Lord. Lord of the nations. Lord of all. Lord of even David. He will rule. He will triumph. And the power of this testimony is the Holy Spirit.

Speaking By Holy Spirit. Yes, the Spirit gave this testimony about Jesus being Lord through the King David a thousand years before Jesus came. When the Holy Spirit is present, Jesus is praised and his identity is proclaimed and this has been true for centuries!

The Holy Spirit speaks to us primarily through the Scriptures that he inspired to be written and canonized. This is our foundation of faith and life, the word that everyone has access to, the word that can be studied and discussed most objectively. Often the word that we need to hear has already been written, and the Spirit simply needs to bring it to mind. When Jesus was tempted by the devil, for example, his responses were quoted from Scripture. He had studied and memorized those words, and in each situation the Spirit led him to the appropriate response.

With Scripture, there is the potential for nearly constant communication with God, as we read and pray and live consciously in God’s presence. As we pray, we should also listen, for God may use our meditations to help us understand what we should do. We have the responsibility to read and study, for the Spirit usually works with words that are already in our minds. He works with our vocabulary, with our ways of reasoning, with the desires and values he has given us.

Today we are free to preach the word of God with little hindrance from political or social forces. The operation of God’s spirit in our new mind, through a knowledge of God’s acts, provides a pattern of action. In John 6:39 Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If any man is thirsty, let him come to me and drink. He who believes in me, as the Scriptures said, `From his innermost being shall flow rivers of living water.’ But this he spake of the spirit, whom those who believed in him were to receive; for the spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.”

Prayer : O Father, I believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Messiah, the Lord. I believe the Holy Spirit gave testimony to this truth through inspired witnesses thousands of years before he came. I trust that as I draw close to you and I am filled with the Holy Spirit that my life will also be a testimony to the greatness of Jesus Christ my Lord, in whose name I pray. Amen.

Please read Speaking Boldly with the Holy Spirit

July 18th, 2010

Mother Mary Images – Set 16

Mother Mary ImagesSet 16 is given right above. Take a look at each of the above 16 thumbnails and click on any you like, to see it in full size and dimensions. The many images of Mother Mary in all the other 15 sets are plenty, I know. But as a Marian, I would love to see more and more pictures of my heavenly mother as and when they are available on the Internet.

It gives me great pain to see some people always arguing with me telling me that we should not pray to Mother Mary. And that Catholics worship statues too. As the debate is so old, here are the links to those discussion pages for all of you who are new here.

Mother Mary Discussion Pages:

Mother Mary Video

Should we pray to Mother Mary?

Do Catholics Worship Statues And Saints?

After going through the two pages given above, I hope you will all be convinced about the real truth. So pray to Our Mother, our Gods Own Mother. May the Mother Mary images given above help you to keep her in your mind. Not enough images of Virgin Mary? See the pages given right below. These are the 15 sets of Virgin Mary images already here in TBTG website.

More Mother Mary Images Here:


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