A Christian is to be Christ-like. And a Christian cannot be a Christian until Christ comes into the man, the Life of Christ in him. Then it produces the Life that Christ lived, and you do the things that Christ did. What am I talking about? Personal relationship to Christ. What is it? Is your life worthy of the Gospel?
The parable is given to us, but at the same time its full wealth of meaning will never be fully mined. It is not reducible to some clear, singular, scientific formula but rather gives rise to a multitude of commentaries. In opposition to this, many Christian communities view the stories and parables of the Bible as raw material to be translated into a single, understandable meaning rather than experienced as infinitely rich treasures that can speak to us in a plurality of ways.
The Christian pilgrim must be watchful over his thoughts, speech, the places he goes, the books he reads, the friends he keeps. He must be watchful in times of success and failure, encouragement and discouragement, happiness and sadness; in times of relaxation and in times of victory.
William Marrion Branham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Martin Luther King Jr., William F. Kumuyi, Dag Heward Mills, David Ibiyeomie, Peter Nii Korley, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Kenneth E. Hagin, Brian Houston, Smith Wigglesworth, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Jerry J. Panou, John C. Hagee, David O. Oyedepo, Ikechukwu Joseph, Benny Hinn, Chris Oyakhilome, Mike Murdock, Ravi Zacharias, Priscilla Shirer, Paul A. Adefarasin,