Bible reading, being among the three core spiritual disciplines alongside prayer and fellowship, is very key for spiritual growth. Spiritual disciplines, also referred to as the means of grace, help us realign our lives and strengthen our faith.
It is with great anticipation that we look forward to the weekend after a week full of many activities and perhaps studies and therefore when Friday comes it’s a great relief because it means time to rest and relax.
Salvation is a journey and not an event and this means that each and every day we are being made into the image of Christ.
Welcome to the new site and as I explained, all new posts will be here at www.timothymutegi.com. This marks the beginning of a new season and as I had promised, today’s post is going to be interesting.
Three weeks ago I turned 20 and it was a great joy to celebrate it with friends and family.
As a continuation of the previous post, I will be sharing on the discipline of time, the tongue and possessions as I promised.
what changes take place when one is born again? Click the link to find out.
In the last blog, I promised to shed some light on what one can do as they wait on God for the right time to pursue romance.
Are there times in your life you have felt like your life was over? Like the walls are collapsing? Like the roof is caving in?
Matthew 7:24-27. “Therefore, everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds
The Bible compares the life of a believer to the construction of a building, or an edifice. For instance, in Jude 20, we read: “building yourselves up on your most holy faith.”