You are Unique – Believe in yourself

“I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made…”Psalm 139:14

I will share you the secret today, you and I are fearfully and wonderfully made. Awesome Statement.

Have you started comparing yourself with others? or wished to be like someone else?

It is natural, as we are in flesh, these feelings hover around us. I should admit, even I used to have these feelings before accepting Christ.

We start questioning God, why did You make me less than? You know the truth God did not make anyone less or inferior. Let me reveal you today, you are a masterpiece!

You are designed to be totally equipped for this race. Do not compare yourself with others or compare your profession.

CAUTION: Do not fall into the trap of trying to be like someone else.

Be yourself and remember you are unique, and you are Blessed with abundant talents which God has bestowed. Start exploring and use your talents for His glory.

Acknowledge God and embrace the good things He has prepared for you! Start believing in yourself. I am blessed and anointed.


“Father, thank You for your countless blessings. Thank You for equipping me to fulfil my destiny. I will remain faithful to You and please direct my steps. in Jesus’ name. Amen.”

@Service Of Christ

Evangelist Daniel SD


What is Supreme?

‘…..all things were created for him and by him.’ (Colossians 1:16)

The fullness of God dwells in Christ (v.19). Everything is created under his supremacy. But look at the humility of our Lord who came down to be a sacrifice for us. He showed his supremacy with His humility. Humility has power. But we often relate it to weakness. Jesus showed us that it takes more substance to be humble than to be arrogant.a

Today many people live in the arrogance of their worldly possessions, believing their worth is based on what they own. Viewing life in this light, they are always competing with others. Sadly, it is difficult for them to even acknowledge the blessings of others without feeling inferior.

But one who has the fullness of God never needs to look at others with an arrogant eye. The most significant possession we have is the Lord Himself. Additionally, we have His forgiveness and righteousness, freely given to us upon request. We no longer need to boast or compare ourselves to others. The Creator of all things freely gave Himself as our sacrifice, clearly showing His great love. He humbly demonstrated that love, forgiveness, and gratitude are far superior to comparison and judgment.

What is supreme to you; your materialistic possessions or the realisation of our Lord? God provides all good things and having possessions is not wrong if they do not possess us. When the fullness of God’s blessings are viewed through His lens, our faith, love and humility increase. Then we can begin to let go of things and live out the words of the gospel.

Deepika Emmanuel Sagar


Significance of Holy Week

Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God’s sacrifice of his son, and God’s love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life. … It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever.

During Holy Week, Christians recall the events leading up to Jesus’ death by crucifixion and, according to their faith, his Resurrection. The week includes five days of special significance. The first is Palm Sunday, which commemorates Jesus’ humble entry (on a donkey) into Jerusalem to observe Passover.

In Christianity, Holy Week is the week immediately preceding Easter. It is also the last week of Lent, in the West, – Palm Sunday, Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday, Holy Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday – are all included.


Our Lord Cares

‘At once the Spirit sent him out in the desert, and he was in the desert forty days, being tempted by Satan’ (Mark 1:12).

The life of a believer is not free from trials and temptations. When we prepare ourselves for the work of the Lord, Satan starts working against us. But the best consolation and encouragement in all this is that Jesus is able to relate to our emotions and weaknesses.  He has gone through much more than we will ever experience.

Mark 1:12 states at once he was sent into the wilderness. Jesus, God’s own Son, was tempted and had His faith tested for forty days by Satan! Jesus was tempted in his human form, so He is able to personally relate to the hardships we undergo.  The fact that Jesus was tested like this, assures us that God will test our faith and endurance too before giving us greater responsibility. The willingness may be there, but He needs to develop our inner strength to take on His work.

At times, we might wonder why a particular situation is happening to us. God might be honing us to help others in a similar situation. Jesus knows our every weakness as He has experienced it and knows what it means to be tired, sad, and so on. Just look at the plans that God has for us; He sent his Son in human form that He could save us and let His life be an example of perfect faith for us to learn from.

Whatever your situation may be, Jesus can relate. Go ahead and talk to Him, casting all your cares and living a life under His divine assurance

-Deepika Saagar