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It is with delight that we partner with Reconciliation
Ministries to bring you this special edition of the Word for Today,
This is a most significant time for our Caribbean region, an almost
once in a lifetime opportunity to be able to host the World Cup
of Cricket. The eyes of the cricketing world. covering more than
half the world's population, is upon us.
We welcome all our visitors to the region and trust
that it will be an enjoyable, rich and meaningful experience, Do
enjoy our Caribbean hospitality, fine cuisine, climate nd natural
beauty. Above all, our deepest desire and prayer for you is that
you will also discover the most wonderful experience hat makes life
purposeful and fulfilling - the joy of knowing Jesus Christ, the
Creator and Lord in a personal way. It is our faith in Him that
has sustained nd inspired our Caribbean people with warmth, love
nd the will to succeed. We are a people blessed by God and we share
that blessing with you through the pages of The Word for Today.
Do read, enjoy, weigh and meditate on it. Its truth
will transform your life as it has ours Remember you were created
for success and not for failure. Have a great time and let us hear
from you. Walk good.
President Whole Life Ministries
Jesus Christ 2007 not out!
all the great bowlers from Constantine to Bret Lee including Marshall
Garner, Larwood, Trueman, Lynwall, Gibbs, Sobers, Walsh, Benaud
and Shane Warne done their best, He would still be, 'not out'/
Devils tempted Him and tried to
kill Him. Critics and sceptics have hurled accusations against Him,
still He stands resolute and unscathed. The French sceptic Voltaire
vowed to destroy the Bible and make Christianity a vague memory,
yet the very room from which he uttered those words later became
the office of a Society sending Bibles all over the world. Ironic
or another of those God statements like we see in Jeremiah 44: 28:
"You shall know whose word shall stand, mine or theirs".
Men crucified Him, yes. But the
real truth is He gave Himself as a sacrifice for our sins to purchase
our salvation, Both man and Satan through on Good Friday He was
out. On Easter Sunday He rose to prove His is forever not out!
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