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Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty and fashion industry, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Samson and Qamar Titus were both born and raised in Pakistan as the fourth generation Christians. Their great grandparents converted from Sikh religion in the early 1900’s, when John Nelson Hyde (more commonly known as Praying Hyde) was preaching through India. Both accepted Jesus Christ as their savior and were baptized in Pakistan. According to the Pakistani tradition their parents arranged their marriage in 1989. They attended All Nations Christian College in London, England and returned to Pakistan in 1991 to work with the tribal (Bheel) people in southern Pakistan. In 1994 they came to United States of America and were ordained to be ministers of the Gospel in 1995. They set up the mission’s office to raise much needed financial support for the work in Pakistan. When (Qamar’s Father) Dr. William Daniel passed away in 1996, it placed them in the leadership position to oversee the work in Pakistan and raise financial support.
In addition to the work in Pakistan; they teach seminars/conferences on Cross Cultural Outreach, as well as minister in prayer and counseling as the Lord is bringing so many needy people across their path. They travel across the United States and other parts of the world to teach and preach.
WHO IS TIA TITUS?
Tia Titus, founder of Help Management Services, Minister, Author, Servant Leader, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Philanthropist and Community Advocate is also known as a certified Joy Enthusiast helping women transitioning from prison to change their mindset and create a better life for themselves as well as their children. She helps them produce better results and keep those results on repeat.
Tia knows the path of a successful recovery because in her late teens she was incarcerated. It completely changed her life’s journey and gave her the opportunity to learn the skills to be an overcomer. During her incarceration, she experienced inadequacies, co-dependence, low self-esteem and experimented with drugs and alcohol. Throughout her road to recovery she developed her winning positive outlook and learned to use resilience as a never-ending source of strength. Tia can help women produce repetitive great results and being a leading example of success.
Tia is a #1 Amazon Best Selling Co-Author and she just released her book Unexplainable Joy: My Triumphant Bout with Breast Cancer. Also, she is on her way to receive her Bachelors in Human Relations at Trinity Washington University. Tia uses her witty personality and tenacious attitude to influence others to be an over-comer no matter the hardships they’ve experienced.
Corinthians 2 Corinthians: Chapter 12 Summary
He Had a Vision of Heaven. But wait! You want more, Corinthians? You got it. Let's talk visions. Paul's had those, too. One time, about fourteen years ago, Paul was "caught up to the third heaven." Yeah, that's right. Paul's had a vision that he was transported to Paradise. Boo-ya. He saw all kinds of things. Things he can't even tell people about (God is pretty secretive about what's going on in Heaven). Every Paul Has His Thorn. Look, Paul hates all this bragging. After he had this amazing vision of Heaven, Paul had some medical problems. He says, "a thorn was given to me in the flesh." That doesn't sound good. Whatever happened (it seems like some kind of illness), Paul prayed three times for the misery to just end already. Finally, God told him to knock it off: "My grace is sufficient for you, for power is made perfect in weakness." When Paul comes for his third visit to Corinth, their money is still no good to him. After all, parents support their children, not the other way around. Paul is one proud papa. So even though Paul swears up and down that hasn't taken any money from them, there's still some suspicion around that he's somehow trying to scam the Corinthians. There are rumors floating around that Paul may be keeping a little bit of the money from the collection in Jerusalem for himself. Paul mentions Titus and the other guy he sent (remember them from chapter 9?) to defend himself. None of them have been dishonest at all. The Rumor Mill at Work. Look, everything Paul says is for their own good. He's heard rumors about all kinds of bad stuff: fights, jealousy, anger, selfishness, gossip, arrogance, sexual immorality. Things sound pretty juicy in Corinth. Paul is not looking forward to the heartache.
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For the past 2,000 years, the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church of Jesus Christ has been the blessed hope of Bible believers around the world. But in our day, the day of the apostate Laodicean Church Jesus warned about in Revelation 3, this precious and vital doctrine is under terrific attack from the most unlikely source. Christians! On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we open up both the Old and New Testaments, and we examine the difference between the Rapture of the Church, one event, and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, a completely separate event.
"Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ;"Titus 2:13 (KJV)
NTEB STUDY GUIDE: The Bible Believers Guide To Understanding The Differences Between The Rapture And The Second Coming
BIBLEBOOKCLUB: OT:Jeremiah 49:23-50:46, NT: 2 Titus 1:1-16, Psalm: 97:1:98:9, Proverbs: 26:13-16
In today's NT scripture, Paul wrote a letter to Titus about picking the leadership for the church. He wrote: These pastors* must be men of blameless lives because they are God’s ministers. They must not be proud or impatient; they must not be drunkards or fighters or greedy for money. They must enjoy having guests in their homes and must love all that is good. They must be sensible men, and fair. They must be clean minded and level headed. Their belief in the truth that they have been taught must be strong and steadfast so that they will be able to teach it to others and show those who disagree with them where they are wrong. FRIENDS, PASTORS ARE VERY SPECIAL PEOPLE WITH A GREAT RESPONSIBILITY...TO RAISE UP THE BODY OF CHRIST! GOD BLESS ALL PASTORS EVERYWHERE TODAY!
Tito 1:7-9 dice Es necesario que el obispo sea irreprochable, como administrador de Dios; no soberbio, no iracundo, no dado al vino, no amigo de contiendas, no codicioso de ganancias deshonestas. 8 Debe ser hospedador, amante de lo bueno, sobrio, justo, santo, dueño de sí mismo, 9 retenedor de la palabra fiel tal como ha sido enseñada, para que también pueda exhortar con sana enseñanza y convencer a los que contradicen. AMIGOS, PASTORES SON PERSONAS MUY ESPECIALES CON UNA GRAN RESPONSABILIDAD ... para levantar EL CUERPO DE CRISTO! Dios bendiga a todos PASTORES EN TODAS PARTES HOY!
Joseph Higgins joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss his fighter Seanie Monaghan's win over Donovan George and what he wants next for Monaghan.Higgins also talks about Titus Williams win last week and what's next for Patrick Day.Ww get an honest opinion from Joseph about Prichard Colon's unfortunate condition following his fight last weekend and what can be done to avoid it happening again.Finally, we get Higgins pick in the big Cotto vs Canelo showdown next month.
Co-Hosted by Kady Titus, our panel will include individuals who are experienced with issues facing Native American Foster Youth. If you would like to contribute to the discussion, or you would like to ask the panel a question, please call 646-652-2296.
For more information on Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit www.FosterLeaders.com and www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS.
Titus Joseph, author of a book that stretches the reader’s complacency and perception of the world to new horizons. Titus spoke at the ISSSEEM Conference at Lee’s Summit MO where we had the opportunity to talk. He will be explaining a new concept of reality
II Corinthians Chapter 8, More Money Concerns.
It's still pledge drive week in 2 Corinthians. Paul continues to talk about money while the Corinthians consider listening to another station for a chapter or two.
Paul tells the Corinthians that he's been talking them up to the church in Macedonia. He's already told everyone how faithful they are and that they're ready to give with open hearts and open wallets. Right, everyone?
But, just in case… he's sending Titus and the other two guys ahead. He wants to make sure the Corinthians are ready to give and aren't in a stingy mood.
If Paul arrived in Corinth with the Macedonians and it turned out the Corinthians didn't greet them with open wallets, Paul "would be humiliated."
So Paul has asked these three gents to go ahead and make sure that Corinth will have their generous gift ready—just like they promised they would. Hey, you did promise.
He'd also like the gift to be voluntary. It's not like he's trying to extort them or something. No, not at all.
Basically, Paul's whole point is this: if you give, you get. It's as simple as that.
But people have to make up their own minds. He can't force them. Then they'd be grumpy. And remember, "God loves a cheerful giver."
Trust Paul. God is going to provide for those who provide for others.
Plus, a commitment to share with other Christians also shows their love for Christ and their devotion to the gospel. Paul believes we're all in this together. Sharing is caring.
This session will help students learn how the Epistles of 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus, 1 Peter, and Hebrews addressed problems in the church as it matured. It will also provide practcal instruction on the students of ministerial leadership, persecution, and the relationship that exist betwween Judaism and Christianity.