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The Great Light

In 1993 during a pastor's retreat the Lord spoke to my heart in a moment of meditation and prayer, about one of the two passages of Scriptures that define my call. The moment was an intense one for me because just as my salvation, the baptism with the Holy Spirit and my calling to fulltime ministry, this revelation was authoritative and definite. Isaiah 9:2 The people walking in darkness     have seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darkness     a light has dawned. There are tens and hundreds of millions of people in cities and rural areas living in darkness, this darkness is spiritual rather than physical or intellectual, they are in need of the Light. Jesus is the Light. He is the GREAT Light. Every nation and people on earth need Him. And the prophet here spoke in the language of prophecy. He spoke in the past tense, as if they have already seen the Light. The calling of the church is not to shine the Light on herself. The church has a chain of goals


Humanity's Universal Right

  There has been a massive crusade in the last three decades for human rights. One of the biggest and outspoken arm of the United Nations is the United Nations Human Rights Commission. Whether it is effective or not is not the question. The fact is that it is a moral fight . Some of the Human Rights goals are the right to life, the right to freedom of movement, the right to free speech, the right to human dignity, etc. Absolutely, when God made man, he gave full rights. The Americans have one of the most vibrant constitution and a collection other amendments called the Bill of Rights. Americans have fought wars, start movements, had revolutions, shed human blood, made unimaginable sacrifices to protect these rights for themselves and for their unborn descendants. However, I want to introduce you to a somewhat forgotten universal human right for all sinners, THE RIGHT TO HEAR THE GOSPEL ONCE. Mark 16 15 He said to them, “ Go into all the world and preach the