Wednesday, August 31, 2022, 07:50 am | No Comments »

It’s written in Hebrew 4:16, “Let us, therefore, come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”  

We can confidently approach God’s throne of grace so that we may receive His mercy and find grace in our time of need. 

In His life on earth, Jesus prayed regularly and taught about prayer. As Christians, looking at how Jesus approached and did prayer is informative and encouraging for our prayer lives. 

This is part 2 of ‘Learning about prayer from Jesus’. We continue to learn more about prayer from the life of Jesus Christ.

1. We should pray in faith

Jesus prayed in faith. Knowing that God will hear him and what he asked for shall be done.

We see Jesus pray before raising Lazarus from the dead. He said,

“Father, I thank You that You have heard Me.  And I know that You always hear Me, but because of the people who are standing by I said this, that they may believe that You sent Me.”

Jesus was never unsure whether the Father would hear or not. Because He had faith in God, he knew the God the Father always heard him when he prayed.

When His disciples noted that the cursed fig tree had withered, he answered them that they need to have faith in God and not doubt in their heart. He continued and taught that we will receive whatever we ask in prayer when we believe.

Have faith in God…. I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them (Mark 11: 22-24)

God is pleased when we approach Him in faith. The Bible says, a person who doubts shouldn’t expect to receive anything from God.

If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him. But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind.  For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways. (James 1: 5-8)

2. Pray the will of God

Praying the will of God is praying to align with God’s will in all matters more than our own desires.

The truth is our prayers are always answered when we pray in accordance with God’s will as written in 1 John 5:14-15.

And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him.

Even though it can be difficult, the will of God is important in the life and purpose of every believer. We learn that from Jesus in the gospels.

He withdrew about a stone's throw beyond them, knelt and prayed, "Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but Yours be done." (Luke 22:42)  

When he taught the disciples how to pray in the Lord’s prayer, he prioritized the will of God.

Your kingdom come. Your will be done in earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10).

Studying and meditating on God’s Word helps us know and understand the will of God on earth.

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page. 


Friday, August 12, 2022, 09:07 am | No Comments »

The Bible has many stories of people who prayed and whose prayers yielded amazing results.

In the book of Esther: Esther, Mordecai and the Jews prayed and fasted. As a result, the King treated Esther with favor and gave her and Mordecai a chance to overturn a decree that was meant to finish the Jewish race.

Imagine the outcome if they had not prayed?

Prayer is indeed powerful and makes a lot of difference in difficult life circumstances as well as on our relationship with God. It is essential because it provides us the privilege to invite God’s presence, will, power, and mighty intervention in situations as Christians.

It’s easy to see why the Word of God encourages us to be devoted to and to continuously pray.  In fact, Jesus Christ talked and taught about prayer a lot in the Bible.

Jesus also modeled prayer when He was on earth, and we can learn a lot about prayer by looking at the prayer life of Jesus.

In this post, we invite you to learn more about prayer from the life of Jesus Christ.

Prayer Lessons from Jesus

Prayer is basically communicating to God our Father. It’s, therefore, not surprising to us that Jesus prayed. If Jesus could talk to His Father in prayer, we too can talk to Him because He is our heavenly Father.

Here are important things to learn about prayer from Jesus.

1. Prayer is purposeful, necessary, and effective

Prayer is effective since it helps us receive guidance, direction, and supernatural help from God. Jesus knew this, and so he prayed.

In Mark 1:35 the Bible says,

Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed.

In this verse, Jesus went to seek the face of God the first thing in the morning. It shows his worship and reliance on God through prayer.

It also demonstrates wisdom in starting your day with God or seeking guidance for the day from the one who knows it all—God, the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

From this we learn that it’s necessary for every child of God to approach God in prayer as worship as well as to seek guidance, and direction or just spend time with Him in His presence.

 

2. Always pray, at all times

Not only did Jesus pray in the morning. He also prayed in the evening.

Luke 6:12 says,

Now it came to pass in those days that He went out to the mountain to pray and continued all night in prayer to God.

We learn that it’s essential for Christians to make it a personal discipline to seek at time to commune with God always, as Jesus did.

Jesus spoke about in Matthew 6:6 saying we are expected to pray and that there’s a reward for it when we do.

But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.

3. Pray for yourself, with and for others

Jesus is an excellent model for us in prayer. Not only do we see Him withdrawing in solitude to pray for his purpose and ministry on earth, but he also prayed with and for others.

In Luke 9:28, we see Him take three of His disciples to the mountain for prayer.

About eight days after Jesus said this, he took Peter, John and James with him and went up onto a mountain to pray

In Matthew 19:13-15, we see an instance where little children were brought to Him so that He could place his hands on and pray for them. 

Then little children were brought to Him that He might put His hands on them and pray… but the disciples rebuked them. But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” And He laid His hands on them and departed from there.

In John 17, he prayed for his disciples and all believers.  

I pray for them. I do not pray for the world but for those whom You have given Me, for they are Yours…I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one.

I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me.

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page.


Monday, July 25, 2022, 06:26 am | No Comments »

 

Welcome to part 4 where we continue to look at women in the Bible with inspiring faith stories we can learn from. 

If you have yet to read parts (1, 2 & 3) of this series, you can find them in our blog series under the resources tab. 

 

#14. Mary Magdalene

Like the Samaritan Woman, Mary Magdalene met with Jesus, and her life was never the same. She became a faithful and devoted follower of Jesus after their encounter, which is faith-inspiring. 

After this, Jesus traveled about from one town and village to another, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom of God. The Twelve were with him, and also some women who had been cured of evil spirits and diseases: Mary (called Magdalene) from whom seven demons had come out (Luke 8:1-2)

As the scripture shows above, Mary Magdalene was among the women who traveled with Jesus as He proclaimed the good news of the Kingdom of God. 

There were also women looking on from afar, among whom were Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James the Less and of Joses, and Salome (Mark 15:40) 

She also witnessed the Crucifixion of Jesus and was one of the first people to learn of his resurrection. The fact that she woke up very early while it was still dark to go to the tomb shows her continued devotion to Jesus. 

Now the first day of the week Mary Magdalene went to the tomb early, while it was still dark, and saw that the stone had been taken away from the tomb. (John 20:1) 

Even when the two disciples returned home after seeing the empty tomb, Mary remained outside the tomb crying.  

Then the disciples went away again to their own homes. But Mary stood outside by the tomb weeping, and as she wept she stooped down and looked into the tomb. (John 20:10-11)

She got a supernatural experience of seeing two angels and then saw Jesus. Jesus appeared to her alone after his resurrection and instructed her to tell his disciples of his return.

Because of her deep faith  in Jesus she was the first to see the risen Lord. Wow! 

Jesus said to her, “Do not cling to Me, for I have not yet ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren and say to them, ‘I am ascending to My Father and your Father, and to My God and your God.’ ”Mary Magdalene came and told the]disciples that she had seen the Lord, and that He had spoken these things to her (John 20:17-18) 

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page.


Wednesday, August 31, 2022, 07:50 am | No Comments »

It’s written in Hebrew 4:16, “Let us, therefore, come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”  

We can confidently approach God’s throne of grace so that we may receive His mercy and find grace in our time of need. 

In His life on earth, Jesus prayed regularly and taught about prayer. As Christians, looking at how Jesus approached and did prayer is informative and encouraging for our prayer lives. 

This is part 2 of ‘Learning about prayer from Jesus’. We continue to learn more about prayer from the life of Jesus Christ.

1. We should pray in faith

Jesus prayed in faith. Knowing that God will hear him and what he asked for shall be done.

We see Jesus pray before raising Lazarus from the dead. He said,

“Father, I thank You that You have heard Me.  And I know that You always hear Me, but because of the people who are standing by I said this, that they may believe that You sent Me.”

Jesus was never unsure whether the Father would hear or not. Because He had faith in God, he knew the God the Father always heard him when he prayed.

When His disciples noted that the cursed fig tree had withered, he answered them that they need to have faith in God and not doubt in their heart. He continued and taught that we will receive whatever we ask in prayer when we believe.

Have faith in God…. I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them (Mark 11: 22-24)

God is pleased when we approach Him in faith. The Bible says, a person who doubts shouldn’t expect to receive anything from God.

If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him. But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind.  For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways. (James 1: 5-8)

2. Pray the will of God

Praying the will of God is praying to align with God’s will in all matters more than our own desires.

The truth is our prayers are always answered when we pray in accordance with God’s will as written in 1 John 5:14-15.

And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him.

Even though it can be difficult, the will of God is important in the life and purpose of every believer. We learn that from Jesus in the gospels.

He withdrew about a stone's throw beyond them, knelt and prayed, "Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but Yours be done." (Luke 22:42)  

When he taught the disciples how to pray in the Lord’s prayer, he prioritized the will of God.

Your kingdom come. Your will be done in earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10).

Studying and meditating on God’s Word helps us know and understand the will of God on earth.

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page. 


Friday, August 12, 2022, 09:07 am | No Comments »

The Bible has many stories of people who prayed and whose prayers yielded amazing results.

In the book of Esther: Esther, Mordecai and the Jews prayed and fasted. As a result, the King treated Esther with favor and gave her and Mordecai a chance to overturn a decree that was meant to finish the Jewish race.

Imagine the outcome if they had not prayed?

Prayer is indeed powerful and makes a lot of difference in difficult life circumstances as well as on our relationship with God. It is essential because it provides us the privilege to invite God’s presence, will, power, and mighty intervention in situations as Christians.

It’s easy to see why the Word of God encourages us to be devoted to and to continuously pray.  In fact, Jesus Christ talked and taught about prayer a lot in the Bible.

Jesus also modeled prayer when He was on earth, and we can learn a lot about prayer by looking at the prayer life of Jesus.

In this post, we invite you to learn more about prayer from the life of Jesus Christ.

Prayer Lessons from Jesus

Prayer is basically communicating to God our Father. It’s, therefore, not surprising to us that Jesus prayed. If Jesus could talk to His Father in prayer, we too can talk to Him because He is our heavenly Father.

Here are important things to learn about prayer from Jesus.

1. Prayer is purposeful, necessary, and effective

Prayer is effective since it helps us receive guidance, direction, and supernatural help from God. Jesus knew this, and so he prayed.

In Mark 1:35 the Bible says,

Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed.

In this verse, Jesus went to seek the face of God the first thing in the morning. It shows his worship and reliance on God through prayer.

It also demonstrates wisdom in starting your day with God or seeking guidance for the day from the one who knows it all—God, the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

From this we learn that it’s necessary for every child of God to approach God in prayer as worship as well as to seek guidance, and direction or just spend time with Him in His presence.

 

2. Always pray, at all times

Not only did Jesus pray in the morning. He also prayed in the evening.

Luke 6:12 says,

Now it came to pass in those days that He went out to the mountain to pray and continued all night in prayer to God.

We learn that it’s essential for Christians to make it a personal discipline to seek at time to commune with God always, as Jesus did.

Jesus spoke about in Matthew 6:6 saying we are expected to pray and that there’s a reward for it when we do.

But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.

3. Pray for yourself, with and for others

Jesus is an excellent model for us in prayer. Not only do we see Him withdrawing in solitude to pray for his purpose and ministry on earth, but he also prayed with and for others.

In Luke 9:28, we see Him take three of His disciples to the mountain for prayer.

About eight days after Jesus said this, he took Peter, John and James with him and went up onto a mountain to pray

In Matthew 19:13-15, we see an instance where little children were brought to Him so that He could place his hands on and pray for them. 

Then little children were brought to Him that He might put His hands on them and pray… but the disciples rebuked them. But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” And He laid His hands on them and departed from there.

In John 17, he prayed for his disciples and all believers.  

I pray for them. I do not pray for the world but for those whom You have given Me, for they are Yours…I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one.

I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me.

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page.


Monday, July 25, 2022, 06:26 am | No Comments »

 

Welcome to part 4 where we continue to look at women in the Bible with inspiring faith stories we can learn from. 

If you have yet to read parts (1, 2 & 3) of this series, you can find them in our blog series under the resources tab. 

 

#14. Mary Magdalene

Like the Samaritan Woman, Mary Magdalene met with Jesus, and her life was never the same. She became a faithful and devoted follower of Jesus after their encounter, which is faith-inspiring. 

After this, Jesus traveled about from one town and village to another, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom of God. The Twelve were with him, and also some women who had been cured of evil spirits and diseases: Mary (called Magdalene) from whom seven demons had come out (Luke 8:1-2)

As the scripture shows above, Mary Magdalene was among the women who traveled with Jesus as He proclaimed the good news of the Kingdom of God. 

There were also women looking on from afar, among whom were Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James the Less and of Joses, and Salome (Mark 15:40) 

She also witnessed the Crucifixion of Jesus and was one of the first people to learn of his resurrection. The fact that she woke up very early while it was still dark to go to the tomb shows her continued devotion to Jesus. 

Now the first day of the week Mary Magdalene went to the tomb early, while it was still dark, and saw that the stone had been taken away from the tomb. (John 20:1) 

Even when the two disciples returned home after seeing the empty tomb, Mary remained outside the tomb crying.  

Then the disciples went away again to their own homes. But Mary stood outside by the tomb weeping, and as she wept she stooped down and looked into the tomb. (John 20:10-11)

She got a supernatural experience of seeing two angels and then saw Jesus. Jesus appeared to her alone after his resurrection and instructed her to tell his disciples of his return.

Because of her deep faith  in Jesus she was the first to see the risen Lord. Wow! 

Jesus said to her, “Do not cling to Me, for I have not yet ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren and say to them, ‘I am ascending to My Father and your Father, and to My God and your God.’ ”Mary Magdalene came and told the]disciples that she had seen the Lord, and that He had spoken these things to her (John 20:17-18) 

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page.


Wednesday, August 31, 2022, 07:50 am | No Comments »

It’s written in Hebrew 4:16, “Let us, therefore, come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.”  

We can confidently approach God’s throne of grace so that we may receive His mercy and find grace in our time of need. 

In His life on earth, Jesus prayed regularly and taught about prayer. As Christians, looking at how Jesus approached and did prayer is informative and encouraging for our prayer lives. 

This is part 2 of ‘Learning about prayer from Jesus’. We continue to learn more about prayer from the life of Jesus Christ.

1. We should pray in faith

Jesus prayed in faith. Knowing that God will hear him and what he asked for shall be done.

We see Jesus pray before raising Lazarus from the dead. He said,

“Father, I thank You that You have heard Me.  And I know that You always hear Me, but because of the people who are standing by I said this, that they may believe that You sent Me.”

Jesus was never unsure whether the Father would hear or not. Because He had faith in God, he knew the God the Father always heard him when he prayed.

When His disciples noted that the cursed fig tree had withered, he answered them that they need to have faith in God and not doubt in their heart. He continued and taught that we will receive whatever we ask in prayer when we believe.

Have faith in God…. I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them (Mark 11: 22-24)

God is pleased when we approach Him in faith. The Bible says, a person who doubts shouldn’t expect to receive anything from God.

If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him. But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for he who doubts is like a wave of the sea driven and tossed by the wind.  For let not that man suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord; he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways. (James 1: 5-8)

2. Pray the will of God

Praying the will of God is praying to align with God’s will in all matters more than our own desires.

The truth is our prayers are always answered when we pray in accordance with God’s will as written in 1 John 5:14-15.

And this is the confidence that we have toward him, that if we ask anything according to his will he hears us. And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have the requests that we have asked of him.

Even though it can be difficult, the will of God is important in the life and purpose of every believer. We learn that from Jesus in the gospels.

He withdrew about a stone's throw beyond them, knelt and prayed, "Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but Yours be done." (Luke 22:42)  

When he taught the disciples how to pray in the Lord’s prayer, he prioritized the will of God.

Your kingdom come. Your will be done in earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10).

Studying and meditating on God’s Word helps us know and understand the will of God on earth.

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page. 


Friday, August 12, 2022, 09:07 am | No Comments »

The Bible has many stories of people who prayed and whose prayers yielded amazing results.

In the book of Esther: Esther, Mordecai and the Jews prayed and fasted. As a result, the King treated Esther with favor and gave her and Mordecai a chance to overturn a decree that was meant to finish the Jewish race.

Imagine the outcome if they had not prayed?

Prayer is indeed powerful and makes a lot of difference in difficult life circumstances as well as on our relationship with God. It is essential because it provides us the privilege to invite God’s presence, will, power, and mighty intervention in situations as Christians.

It’s easy to see why the Word of God encourages us to be devoted to and to continuously pray.  In fact, Jesus Christ talked and taught about prayer a lot in the Bible.

Jesus also modeled prayer when He was on earth, and we can learn a lot about prayer by looking at the prayer life of Jesus.

In this post, we invite you to learn more about prayer from the life of Jesus Christ.

Prayer Lessons from Jesus

Prayer is basically communicating to God our Father. It’s, therefore, not surprising to us that Jesus prayed. If Jesus could talk to His Father in prayer, we too can talk to Him because He is our heavenly Father.

Here are important things to learn about prayer from Jesus.

1. Prayer is purposeful, necessary, and effective

Prayer is effective since it helps us receive guidance, direction, and supernatural help from God. Jesus knew this, and so he prayed.

In Mark 1:35 the Bible says,

Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed.

In this verse, Jesus went to seek the face of God the first thing in the morning. It shows his worship and reliance on God through prayer.

It also demonstrates wisdom in starting your day with God or seeking guidance for the day from the one who knows it all—God, the source of all knowledge and wisdom.

From this we learn that it’s necessary for every child of God to approach God in prayer as worship as well as to seek guidance, and direction or just spend time with Him in His presence.

 

2. Always pray, at all times

Not only did Jesus pray in the morning. He also prayed in the evening.

Luke 6:12 says,

Now it came to pass in those days that He went out to the mountain to pray and continued all night in prayer to God.

We learn that it’s essential for Christians to make it a personal discipline to seek at time to commune with God always, as Jesus did.

Jesus spoke about in Matthew 6:6 saying we are expected to pray and that there’s a reward for it when we do.

But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.

3. Pray for yourself, with and for others

Jesus is an excellent model for us in prayer. Not only do we see Him withdrawing in solitude to pray for his purpose and ministry on earth, but he also prayed with and for others.

In Luke 9:28, we see Him take three of His disciples to the mountain for prayer.

About eight days after Jesus said this, he took Peter, John and James with him and went up onto a mountain to pray

In Matthew 19:13-15, we see an instance where little children were brought to Him so that He could place his hands on and pray for them. 

Then little children were brought to Him that He might put His hands on them and pray… but the disciples rebuked them. But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” And He laid His hands on them and departed from there.

In John 17, he prayed for his disciples and all believers.  

I pray for them. I do not pray for the world but for those whom You have given Me, for they are Yours…I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one.

I do not pray for these alone, but also for those who will believe in Me through their word; that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me.

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page.


Monday, July 25, 2022, 06:26 am | No Comments »

 

Welcome to part 4 where we continue to look at women in the Bible with inspiring faith stories we can learn from. 

If you have yet to read parts (1, 2 & 3) of this series, you can find them in our blog series under the resources tab. 

 

#14. Mary Magdalene

Like the Samaritan Woman, Mary Magdalene met with Jesus, and her life was never the same. She became a faithful and devoted follower of Jesus after their encounter, which is faith-inspiring. 

After this, Jesus traveled about from one town and village to another, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom of God. The Twelve were with him, and also some women who had been cured of evil spirits and diseases: Mary (called Magdalene) from whom seven demons had come out (Luke 8:1-2)

As the scripture shows above, Mary Magdalene was among the women who traveled with Jesus as He proclaimed the good news of the Kingdom of God. 

There were also women looking on from afar, among whom were Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James the Less and of Joses, and Salome (Mark 15:40) 

She also witnessed the Crucifixion of Jesus and was one of the first people to learn of his resurrection. The fact that she woke up very early while it was still dark to go to the tomb shows her continued devotion to Jesus. 

Now the first day of the week Mary Magdalene went to the tomb early, while it was still dark, and saw that the stone had been taken away from the tomb. (John 20:1) 

Even when the two disciples returned home after seeing the empty tomb, Mary remained outside the tomb crying.  

Then the disciples went away again to their own homes. But Mary stood outside by the tomb weeping, and as she wept she stooped down and looked into the tomb. (John 20:10-11)

She got a supernatural experience of seeing two angels and then saw Jesus. Jesus appeared to her alone after his resurrection and instructed her to tell his disciples of his return.

Because of her deep faith  in Jesus she was the first to see the risen Lord. Wow! 

Jesus said to her, “Do not cling to Me, for I have not yet ascended to My Father; but go to My brethren and say to them, ‘I am ascending to My Father and your Father, and to My God and your God.’ ”Mary Magdalene came and told the]disciples that she had seen the Lord, and that He had spoken these things to her (John 20:17-18) 

Want to learn more about Faith in God? Contact us today at Westside Bible Chapel through our website contact form or Facebook page.


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