THE REIGN OF THE
LORD IN ZION – The News of Life. Obadiah 21
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THE CALL OF THE CHURCH
The Jewish priests were taken from amongst their fellows and
especially ordained, or set apart, for their work to represent their people
before God, offering for them both their gifts and their sacrifices for sins. In
this arrangement the priests were able to sympathize with the people, because
they were subject to the same weaknesses and also had need of the forgiveness of
their own sins. But even amongst these imperfect, blemished, sinful priests, who
needed to make offerings for their own sins, none was allowed to take this
office of himself. God must call him to the office. Thus it was with Aaron. God
called him to be the head priest. So, the Apostle points out, it must be with
the antitypical priests on a higher plane. Christ, the High Priest spiritual,
and His elect Church, the Royal Priesthood on the spirit plane, must also be
called of God. They could not assume the office otherwise. “Christ did not
glorify himself to make himself a High Priest.” God honored him in this way,
however, saying to him in the prophecy of the Psalms, “Thou art My Son; this day
have I begotten Thee”; and again, “Thou art a Priest forever after the Order of
Melchizedek.” —Psalm 2:7, 110:4.
MANY CALLED, FEW CHOSEN
There was a great multitude on the shore who heard the Lord’s
teachings, but not to all of them did his message come with the same force and
to the same end (Math. 4:18-22). Only a few were specially chosen and called.
Doubtless there were elementary conditions in the hearts of these four disciples
that constituted them the ones ready and worthy to receive the special message.
There may have been Israelites indeed in the multitude on the shore who were not
yet ripe for the special invitation of discipleship, just as these same four who
now forsook all to follow the Lord had been with him more or less for about a
year, yet had not until now reached the place where they were ready to forsake
all. All down through the Gospel age the Lord’s invitations have been extended
chiefly to those in the humbler walks of life — not many great, not many rich,
not many wise, not many learned, not many noble, hath God chosen, but the mean
things of the world, the things not esteemed — mainly the poor of this world
rich in faith. (1 Cor. 1:26-28; James 2:5). The Lord’s dealing is practically
the same with all. He does not invite them at first to a full consecration, but
rather gives them leading and instruction along lines of justification, and
after they have grown in knowledge to some degree they have the privilege of
forsaking all to be his special disciples, to be fishers of men.
One difficulty with Christians, in general, of all denominations
is that this second step of full consecration is rarely brought to their
attention. Under the false teaching that it is a question respecting heaven or
hell that they must decide between, the majority seem to feel satisfied that if
they are reasonably decent, reasonably honest, they will escape eternal torment,
and are not ambitious beyond this. They thus claim themselves to be, and are
reckoned by others as disciples of Christ, whereas in reality they still belong
to the multitude who hear with more or less of joy and bear witness to the
wonderful words proceeding from the Lord’s mouth, but who fail to attain the
position of special disciples, not appreciating and not taught that to be the
Lord’s disciples we must “take up our cross and follow him.” O, how necessary to
the saints is the Truth! How wonderful the Lord’s words, “Sanctify them through
your truth, your Word is truth!” Error can never sanctify, and in proportion as
it is mixed in our minds with the Truth, to that extent is the latter diluted
and lacking in power.
TERMS OF DISCIPLESHIP TO FOLLOW CHRIST
Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come
after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and
follow me. (Math. 16:24)
HIMSELF/ Forsaking ALL to follow Christ.
The important thing decided at the moment and decided positively
and permanently was that they accepted the Lord’s invitation to enter the
Father’s service with him — fishing on a higher and grander scale, for men —
gathering them into the Gospel net, with a view to their ultimate glorification
as New Creatures in Christ and participants with him in the glory, honor, and
immortality of his Kingdom soon to be established. Let us each remember the
importance of a positive decision respecting our consecration to the Lord, our
acceptance of service under him as our Master and Captain. Let us then as wisely
as possible arrange life’s affairs so as to be without carefulness respecting
earthly things that we may the more readily and more completely give all of our
time and energy to the most important of all works, the service of God, tidings
of great joy for all people.
With these, however, it is necessary that there be a forsaking of
boats and fishing tackle, etc., in the heart from the moment that a full
consecration is made to the Lord. We cannot serve God and Mammon. We cannot have
two objects in life, both equally prominent to our attention. The Lord will not
have it so with those who are to be his joint-heirs in the Kingdom. This class
must appreciate the privilege of fellowship in his labor, sufferings and hopes
of glory to such an extent that their hearts will no longer be in the ordinary
affairs of life, their ambitions will no longer be for wealth or name or fame
from the world’s standpoint. All such ambitions and hopes we must “forsake” if
we would be his disciples. He must be first, joint-heirship with him must be our
ambition; otherwise our hearts would not be in a condition that would be
pleasing to the Lord or that would not be single for his service; we would be of
the kind described as double minded, unstable in all our works and ways — James
1:8. Undoubtedly this is a difficulty with a large number of those who have
named the name of Christ and professed consecration to him and his service.
“So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that
he has, he cannot be my disciple.”
— Luke 14:33. To be a disciple of Christ signifies much more, both in the way of
responsibility and of advantage, than many seem to think. Our Lord’s words are
very explicit in defining the terms of discipleship to be nothing less than a
full, complete consecration of all that we have (Deny yourself) and are to him
who has bought us with his own precious blood. It must be a consecration to
daily cross bearing and to following in the footsteps of Christ, even unto
2. Hear the terms: “He
that loveth father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that
loveth son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me. And he that taketh not
his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.” (Math. 10:37-38).
The terms are too plain to be misunderstood. They signify nothing
less than, as Paul expresses it, the presenting of our bodies a living
sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is our reasonable service. (Rom.
12:1) No one of those failing to do this is recognized of the Lord as his
disciple, or enjoys the privileges of that relationship; and, further, only
those who do this intelligently and freely are accepted of Him. That the Lord
would not have any one take upon himself the responsibilities of this
relationship without due deliberation and forethought, is shown by his reasoning
on the subject, saying, “For which of you, intending to build a tower, sits not
down first and counts the cost, whether he hath sufficient to finish it? lest
haply, after he has laid the foundation, and is not able to finish it, all that
behold it begin to mock him, saying, this man began to build, and was not able
to finish. Or what king, going to make war against another king, sits not down
first and consults whether he be able with ten thousand to meet him that comes
against him with twenty thousand. And if not, while the other is yet a great way
off, he sends an embassy and desires conditions of peace.” — Luke 14:28-32.
3. Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye
continue in my word, then are you my disciples indeed; And you shall know
the truth, and the truth shall make you free. (John 8:31-32)
The Lord’s expression — “disciples indeed” — implies
a distinction between real and merely nominal disciples. And since we desire to
continue to be his real, sincere disciples, let us mark the expressed condition:
“If you continue in my word, then are you my disciples indeed.” The
hypocrisy of merely nominal discipleship is an abomination to the Lord. It is a
blessed thing to take the first step in the Christian life — that of belief in
and acceptance of Christ as our Redeemer and Lord; but the reward of this step
depends entirely upon our continuance in His Word, in the attitude of true
disciples. It is not difficult to do this, yet the disposition of human pride is
to wander away from the simplicity of divine truth and to seek out new theories
and philosophies of our own, or to pry into those of other men, who desire to be
considered wise and great according to this world’s estimate.
The reward of continued discipleship is, “You shall know the
truth” — not that we shall be “ever seeking and never coming to a knowledge of
the truth” (2 Tim. 3:7). Here is the mistake that many make: failing to continue
in the Word of the Lord, they delve into various human philosophies which ignore
or pervert the Word of the Lord and set up opposing theories. There is no
promise, to those who seek for truth among these, that they shall ever find it.
And they never do. Divine truth is never found except in the divinely appointed
channels: and those channels are the Lord and the apostles and prophets. To
continue in the doctrine set forth in their inspired writings, to study and
meditate upon them, to trust implicitly in them, and to faithfully conform our
characters to them, is what is implied in continuing in the Word of the Lord.
is a Spirit: and they that worship him MUST worship him in spirit and in
TRUTH. (John 4:24)
“Sanctify them through your truth: Your word is TRUTH.” (John
17:17 MKJV). The 66 books of the Bible are the Truth and not men's theories or
creed books! Proverbs 20:27 NIV—
“The lamp of the LORD searches the SPIRIT of a man; it searches out his inmost
being.” The inner most being of a man being his heart or mind!
HAVE YOU FOUND THE TRUTH?
Are you among the lost
from the word of God, that the dead St. John or holy Mary pray for us when the
Scriptures teaches to the contrary that the dead know not anything, nor have
knowledge and wisdom (Ecc. 9:5,10). In Psalm 115:17
“The dead praise not the LORD, neither any that go down into silence.”
That the spirit of so and so has gone to heaven or purgatory or
hell at death of a man; When the Scriptures teach to the contrary
(Gen. 3:19) In the sweat of your face shall you eat bread, till
you return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust you are, and
unto dust shall you return.
(Dan. 12:2) And many of them that sleep in the dust of the
earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting
(Isa. 26:19) Your dead men shall live, together with my dead
body shall they arise. Awake and sing, you that dwell in dust: for your dew is
as the dew of herbs, and the earth shall cast out the dead.
If people will be resurrected to living here on earth (also see
Jesus own word in John 5:27-29), how come the Gospel says that such a holy
Pastor/father has gone to heaven at his death? Is there a scripture which states
that such dead ones in heaven will come back to be resurrected here on the
earth? Remember that Jesus went to hell at his death (Acts 2:31 KJV)
was Jesus a sinner?
Where is the source of the Gospel that nullifies God’s own
statement that the dead shall return to the dust? Who is he that tempts to
nullify God’s Truth except the father of lies and his many agents? (John
Did you really know that you and the cow, chickens, goats you eat
go to one place?
(Ecc. 3:18 KJV) I said in mine heart concerning the estate of
the sons of men, that God might manifest them, and that they might see that they
themselves are beasts.
(Ecc. 3:19) For that which befalleth the sons of men befalleth
beasts; even one thing befalleth them: as the one dieth, so dieth the other;
yea, they have all one breath (spirit); so that a man hath no preeminence
above a beast: for all is vanity.
(Ecc. 3:20) All go unto one place; all are of the dust,
and ALL turn to dust again.
(Ecc. 3:21) Who knows the spirit of man that goes upward, and
the spirit of the beast that goes downward to the earth?
That mighty angels are questioning the spirit of dead believer in
Islam, in Cabrini. This is the same Gospel in the heathen shrine as well as in
Papal Temples, that the dead can talk and answer even praying! This is contrary
to the Bible teaching—which
declares that the dead does not know anything, even does not remember God;
(Psalm 6:5) For in death there is no remembrance of you: in the
grave who shall give you thanks? Also, Ecc. 9:5-6,10 and Psalm 115:17 confirm
this! Remember, Moslems accept the book of Psalm/Zabbuli as of the prophets!
SO IF YOU HAVE NEVER DENIED YOURSELF, as the Master advises, a
condition before being accepted as his follower (Math. 16:24), can you by any
other way be part of his Church? If one baptized you without such personal
knowledge nor decision and promised you heaven freely, is such one not the agent
of the other Deceiver? (John 8:44-45; Jeremiah 14:14)
The LORD by his great mercies calls such honest ones in great
systems of error (denominations)
to come out, seeing they are fed with complete “doctrines of the devils” (1 Tim.
(Rev. 18:2-3) And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying,
Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils,
and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.
For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the
kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the
earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies.
(Rev. 18:4-5) And I heard another voice from heaven, saying,
Come out of her, my people, that you be not partakers of her sins, and that
you receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God
hath remembered her iniquities.
How is the WAY?
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LUGANDA TRANSLATION in
Tulaba nti okuyitibwa kw’ekkanisa kwefananyizibwa n’okuyitibwa kwa bakabona mu
yekaalu z’Abayudaya. Bakabona ba yekaalu mu Isirayiri baabanga batabaganya
b’abantu ne Katonda era nga baawangayo Ssaddaka z’abantu n’okusaba olw’ebibi
byabwe. Kale bano si bebelonda bokka wabula bayitibwa ne balondebwa Katonda
okuba bakabona era kyeraga okuva ku Aaroni. Kale tukiraba nti okuyitibwa
kw’ekkanisa kwe fananyiriza
bayitibwa okuba bakabona ba Katonda era nga Yesu Kristo ye kabona omukulu mu bo!
Katonda yalonda Ekkanisa ye nga bwe yalonda Kabona omukulu mu yo, ye Yesu
yalayira, so talyejjusa, nti Ggwe oli Kabona emirembe gyonna, ng’engeri ya
Merukizeddeeki bw’eri (Zabbuli 110:4; 2:7). Okuyitibwa kuno, okuba omusika
w’obwakabaka bwa Katonda era okuba kabona, kufanana kutya?
ABAYITE BANGI NAYE ABALONDEMU BA TONO
Tukiraba nti abantu bangi baawulira ebigambo eby’ekisa nga Yesu abuulira enjiri
y’Obwakabaka era nga awa omukisa abantu okumukkiriza n’okumugoberera. Bwe yali
ku nyanja ng’abuulira, Yokaana ne bane ne balekawo emirimu gyabwe ne
bamugoberera (Matayo 4:18-22), naye abalala tebaamanya! Okuyitibwa kuno kuyita
mu mintendera ebiri
okusooka omuntu abuurirwa okwenenya era okukkiriza omwana wa Katonda ye Kristo,
bwatyo n’afuna obutuukirivu bwa Katonda, era kitwaala ekiseera nga ategeera
ekirabo kya Katonda kino wamu n’okulaba ekigendererwa kyakyo! Wano Yesu kyava
ategeeza abaamala okumukkiriza era abasanyukira ekirabo kya Katonda kino nti
waliwo ekitundu ekirala
“Awo Yesu n’agamba abayigirizwa be nti Omuntu bw’ayagala okujja ennyuma wange,
yeefiirize yekka, yeetikke omusalaba gwe, angoberere”
— Matayo 16:24.
Tukiraba nti okuyitibwa kuno kuli eri abo abateefu mu mutima era abatya Katonda,
so nga tekugobeerera mbeera zabwe mu nsi (1.Abakkolinso 1:26-28; Yakobo 2:5).
Tukiraba nti abakkiriza bangi tebateegezebwa kitundu eky’okubiri olw’engigiriza
nga basuubizibwa ku genda mu ggulu oba geyeena. Ekintundu eky’okubiri eri
omukkiriza kwe “Okwefiiriza weka n’okwetikka omusalaba gwo” n’ogobeerera Yesu!
EBISANYIZO BY’OKUGOBERERA KRISTO:
1. “Awo Yesu
n’agamba abayigirizwa be nti Omuntu bw’ayagala okujja ennyuma wange,
yefiirize yekka, yetikke omusalaba gwe, angoberere”
OKWEFIIRIZA WEKKA/ Okuleka byonna okugoberera Yesu:
Kiba kikulu nnyo omuntu okusalawo nate okuleka byonna okukola Katonda byayagala
era okwetwalira obuweereza, okufuna obusika bw’obwakabaka obuli eri abagobelezi
ba Kristo. Kino aboluganda kye baakola nga baleka okuvuba ebyenyanja, bwe batyo
ne bayingira mu mulimu omunene ogw’okuvuba abantu era ogw’Obwakabaka bwa Katonda.
Okuwereza kuno okumpya kutwala obusobozi bwabwe bwonna wamu n’ebirowozo byabwe
kwe kuleka ebigendererwa by’ensi eno, ne bakola ekimu
okuwereza obwakabaka bwa Katonda; nga tosobola kukola byombi oba kuweereza baami
babiri oba kuba na bigendererwa bibiri (Yakobo 1:8)
“Kale bwe kityo buli muntu yenna ku mwe ateefiirizenga byonna by’ali nabyo,
taayinzenga kuba muyigirizwa wange”
kitaawe oba nnyina okubasinza nze, tansaanira; ayagala mutabani oba muwala we
okubasinza nze, tansaanira. N’oyo atakwata musalaba gwe n’agoberera ennyuma
Kino kyongera okakasa nti omuntu alina okusalawo kenyini okuleka byonna
n’okuyingira mu kubonaabona kwa Kristo. Kino Omutume Paulo ky’ayita
“Olw’okusaasira kwa Katonda, okuwangayo emibiri gyammwe, ssadaaka ennamu,
entukuvu, esanyusa Katonda, kwe kuweereza kwammwe okw’amagezi”
Abaruumi 12:1. Omuntu takakibwa so tebamusalirawo! Era kino kyongerwa okakasibwa
Yesu mu Luka 14:28-32: Kubanga ani kumwe bw’aba ng’ayagala okuzimba ennyumba,
atasooka kutuula n’abalirira eby’emirimu gyayo, oba ng’alina eby’okugimala?
Mpozzi bw’aba ng’amaze okuteekawo omusingi bw’atayinza kugimaliriza, bonna
abalala batanula okumusekerera, nga bagamba nti Omuntu ono yasooka okuzimba
n’atayinza kumala. Oba kabaka ki bw’aba ng’agenda ku lutalo okulwana ne kabaka
omulala atasooka kutuula n’ateesa ebigambo, oba ng’ayinza n’akakumi okusisinkana
n’oli amujjira n’obukumi obubiri? Oba nga si bwe kityo, oli bw’aba akyali wala
nnyo, atuma ababaka n’asaba eby’okutabagana.
3. Awo Yesu
nagamba Abayudaaya bali abaamukkiriza nti Bwe munywerera mu kigambo kyange,
nga muli bayigirizwa bange ddala; era mulitegeera amazima, n’amazima
galibafuula ba ddembe.
Katonda gwe Mwoyo: N’abo abamusinza kibagwanira okusinzizanga mu Mwoyo
Obatukuze mu Mazima: ekigambo kyo ge mazima—
Yokaana 17:17. Omwoyo gw’omuntu bye bitundu bye eby’omunda (omutima oba
WALI OFUNYE AMAZIMA?
Okyali mu bali abaabula edda—
nti omutukuvu Yokaana oba Bikira Maria otusabire! Nga ebyawandiikibwa bitegeeza
nti Omufu taliiko ky’amanyi so nga talina magezi wadde kuteegera kwonna (Omubuurizi
9:5-6,10). Zabbuli 115:17 etukakasa nti “Abafu tebatendereza Mukama, Newakubadde
abo bonna abakka mu kusirika”.
Nti gundi omwoyo gwe gugenze mu Ggulu kuba abadde mutukuvu oba Purigatoli kuba
abadde mwononyi oba Geyeena kuba abadde si mukkiriza nakatono nga afudde.
Baibuli si bwetegeza. Katonda ategeeza burungi omufu gyagenda ng’afudde era
nti mutuyozo mwon’ogyanga ekyokulya okutuusa lw’olida mu ttaka, kuba oli nfuufu
gwe, era ne mu nfuufu mwolidda!
Era bangi ku abo abeebaka mu nfuufu ey’oku nsi balizuukuka...”
Abafu bo baliba balamu, ... Muzuukuke muyimbe, mwe ababeera mu nfuufu: ...
n’ettaka liriwandula abafu.
Oba nga okuzuukira kw’abantu bonna kuliba wano ku nsi nga ne Yesu bw’eyakakasa (Yok.
5:28-29), Enjiri evaawa nti omusumba gundi/ father/ omuntu afudde agenze mu
Ggulu? Waliwo ekyawandiikibwa ekiraga nti abali mugulu balivaayo ne badda ku nsi
okusobola okuzuukira? Laba ne Mukama wafe Yesu bwe yafa ya genda emagombe (mu
nfuufu) era n’azuukirira wano ku nsi ku lunaku olw’okusatu era n’amala enaku 40
wano ku nsi nga tanagenda mu Ggulu!
Nti malayika zimubuuza ebibuuzo mu kaburini nga enzikiriza ye kiyisiramu bweri.
Eno engigiriza y’emu ne y’omu masabo nti omwoyo gw’omugenzi gwogedde era y’emu
ebuulirwa mu makkerezia n’amakkanisa agamu nti omutukuvu gundi otusabire,
omugenzi kati ali ne bamalayika mu ggulu! Kino kikyuusa ebyawandiikibwa nti
omufu taliko ky’amanyi so nga taliko ky’ajjukira, era nga tajjukira ne Katonda
Kubanga tewali akujjuukirira mu kufa: Ani alikwebaliza mu magombe?
Kale mwegendeereze enjiri y’obulimba era eya sitani wamu n’abaddube abangi mu
Makunganiro agenjawulo (Yokaana 8:45, Yeremiya 14:14).
WALI WEGAANYE WEKKA? Watuuka ku kusalawo kuno oba tokumanyangako? Wabatizibwa bu
batizibwa nga kino tokimanyi wadde okukibuulirwa (Matayo 16:24, Abaruumi 12:1)
era nga tosalangawo ku songa eno? Bangi basuubizibwa eggulu so nga n’okubuulirwa
tebabuulirwanga mutenderwa guno! Weetegereze
Mukama kyaava atunuulira obulimba n’engigiriza za sitani, n’akowoola bonna
abateefu mu mutima era abamwesiga nti muve mu nzikiriza/amadiini ago:
Nayogerera waggulu n’eddoboozi ery’amaanyi, ng’ayogera nti Kigudde, kigudde
Babulooni ekinene, ne kifuuka ekisulo kya balubaale, n’ekkomera erya buli
dayimooni, ........ Ne mpulira eddoboozi eddala eriva
mu ggulu, nga lyogeera nti MUKIFULUMEMU, abantu bange, muleme okusa ekimu
We twalire AMAZIMA nga wesomera omusomo gwa Baibuli ogw’obwerere ate nga osomera
mu kitundu kyo (page 6)!
Mulitegeera AMAZIMA, n'amazima galibafuula ba ddembe
THE DIVINE PLAN OF AGES
“A Plan of Ages, which he formed for the
ANOINTED Jesus our Lord”
— Eph. 3:11, Emp. Diag.
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one may read it fluently.”
— Hab. 2:2-3 L.T.
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SOME BIBLE TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
(EGIMU KU MITWE EGIYIGIBWA)
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(Lwaki Katonda owekisa aleka Satan okukola
2. The Most Holy Faith — the Faith which was
delivered to all Saints.
(Okukkiriza okutukuvu enyo - Okwaweebwa
abatukuvu ba Katonda.)
The study of Bible Covenants.
(Okuyiga Endagaano Za Katonda mu baibuli)
Church History— The Seven Churches and
Seven Angels; Rev. 2
(Ekanisa Omusanvu ne
Bamalayika baazo Musanvu
The Armageddon & The End of the World.
(Olutalo ddekabusa era
Tongues, Miracles, Visions and Prophesying.
(Ebyamagero, Okulabikirwa, Okwogera mu nnimi
The TRUE Christian Baptism!
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Desiring to obtain God’s blessing but indifferent in doing His will results in
failure. Serving and improving the life conditions of your fellow men towards
God, is one source of God’s blessing. Therefore, desiring to spread God’s
Message of life but thinking you are too busy with work of whatever sort, poor
to give financial support as you may not have enough for food, or you are not
talented to speak, or feeling bodily imperfection that a person may ask you what
you can not explain; yes in whatever form of constraint: We advise you to
consider the many and varied opportunities the LORD of heaven has placed before
you to serve your fellow men and women; Example, obtain copies of this monthly
Newsletter — look at People interested in God’s word around you; at work place,
home, neighbors, at your church, sending a copy to mother, father, friends &
relatives in different places of the Country. Those who could promote this work
in other right way, the opportunity stands. Yes, how refreshing and motivating
you may contribute to changing Peoples lives, and yourself be God’s righteous
Servant in the belief of Christ and the TRUTH.
GROWING IN FAITH
Growth in faith is
a desired state of Christian for desired fruitage of Christ likeness; But this
must be in line with the will of God as expressed in 1 Thess. 5:21 KJV — “Prove
all things; hold fast that which is good.” In line with this exhortation we
advise all who are earnest students of Scriptures and our Newsletter, to prove
all our studies with the only standard given by God (Isaiah 34:16) and please
communicate to us! It is also, our privilege to share the message of God’s love
with others; hence we advise those who received the first publications to share
them with God’s People.
Christ’s Kingdom is a monthly
Publication by Uganda Bible Students:
enquiries and subscriptions to be addressed to:
The Editor, Christ’s Kingdom, P. O. Box 28734, Kampala, Uganda.
Tel: (+256) 753 116202 / 0776 116202.
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