A Line From Us

When a sinner turns to Christ and is saved, he begins a journey of lifelong sanctification, being progressively conformed to the image of Christ (Rom 8:29). Nowhere should this be more obvious than at home.

In this issue, we have two encouraging testimonies, God’s Amazing Providence and Growing in the Christian Faith, which describe what happened when two individuals were born again, and how God used them to significantly alter the dynamics in their homes.

Relationships with Members of our Families by Marriage and The Ageing Family spell out some of the Bible’s teachings on living at home to the glory of God. This is how we ought to conduct ourselves till the day we depart this world and enter into the presence of Christ. The Home-Going of a Child of God gives us a biblical perspective on what happens at the death of a believer.


Of course, there is no hope that we will ever love others, even our family members, as we love ourselves, if we do not have the love of God in our hearts. Do You Really Love God? challenges us to examine ourselves with respect to this greatest of all commandments. And if you have no love for God in your heart at all, you need to seriously consider the message of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ – you can start by reading God Commands All to Repent – What God is Not.

- The Editor


In This FISHERS 221 Issue

Do You Really Love God?
- Christian Living


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