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Thoughts for the Week (The Plan of Redemption)

by Sajitha

Through sin, man was separated from God, the Source of life; and, unless he avails himself of the provision that was made for his restoration, he must die the eternal death (extinction). Isaiah 59:2 (cf John 1:4); Romans 5:12; 6:23 (first part). But he does not have to perish, unless he chooses to. He can […]

Thoughts for the Week (SDA Philosophy of Music)

by Sajitha

God has woven music into the very fabric of His creation. When He made all things, “the morning stars sang together and the angels shouted for joy” (Job 38:7). The book of Revelation portrays heaven as a place of ceaseless praise, with songs of adoration to God and the Lamb resounding from all (Rev 4:9-11; 5:9-13; […]

Thought for the Week (Morning and evening prayer)

by Sajitha

As the priests morning and evening entered the holy place at the time of incense, the daily sacrifice was ready to be offered upon the altar in the court without. This was a time of intense interest to the worshipers who assembled at the tabernacle. Before entering into the presence of God through the ministration […]

Thought for the Week (Pray without ceasing)

by Sajitha

PRAYER to the Great Physician for the healing of the soul brings the blessing of God. PRAYER unites us one to another and to God. PRAYER brings Jesus to our side, and gives new strength and fresh grace to the fainting, perplexed soul. By PRAYER the sick have been encouraged to believe that God will […]

Thought for the Week (The Sabbath)

by Sajitha

“The Sabbath is a day of delightful communion with God and one another. We joyfully observe. this holy time from Friday evening to Saturday evening, from sunset to sunset, as a celebration of God’s creative and redemptive acts.” —SDA General Conference “God presents the Sabbath rest as a shelter we can enter. (Hebrews 4:1-11)” ―Charles […]

Thought for the Week (Prayer)

by Sajitha

Prayer is the simple act of having a conversation with God. It’s about talking with the Creator of the Universe: whether aloud or in our thoughts, during special or ordinary moments, when we’re on the move or before we go to bed. It’s the privilege we get as His children—a direct connection to God. No […]