Now that I am born again, what next? This is the great question that is answered by First Principles.The experience of the new birth in Christ is one that is both exhilarating and transformational.Once upon a time you were in the Kingdom of darkness, but have now been instantaneouslyconveyed into the glorious Kingdom of light by God through your act of faith in His Son JesusChrist. Just like the foundation of a building determines how solid and weather resistant thatstructure is bound to be, a sound understanding of the foundational principles of the Christianfaith goes a long way in determining how robust and successful we become in this race. As you prayerfully read through the pages of the First principles, the Spirit of God will open yourspiritual eyes to the basic needs of your newfound faith in Christ. You will benefit from the experience of Spirit-filled believers who desire to see you become a mature Christian who can in turn nurture others into maturity. The First principles book is simple and easy to read, withreflections and questions to reinforce the key facts in each chapter. It is a must read for thosewho want to lay the foundation for a successful and productive life-long walk with the Lord.
This is a FEMA approach to God's word: FEED, ESTEEM, MEDITATE, and ACT.As you connect with Heaven daily through the Heavenly Banquet, you will experienceGod's blessings in a measure as never before. Therefore, make the most of the materialscontained in this daily devotional through Reading, Meditation, Prayer and PracticalApplication. This devotional will enable you to connect with God daily and have asustained relationship with the living God.
Marriage is an institution established by God right from the garden of Eden. Therefore,for one to be successful in that institution, one must understand the perspective of theCreator of marriage. Unfortunately, the divorce rate in our society, including the bodyof Christ, continues to sharply spike upwards because God’s perspective of marriage hasbeen grossly ignored by many. Marriage is a covenant and not a contract. This bookhelps take you back to the drawing board on why God needs to be at the center of yourmarriage, even before you say I do.