What the Bible teaches about rest

BY ELIZABETH AMONGIN When you hear the word ‘rest’, it can mean going slow, relaxing or taking a break. Panic and anxiety do not solve anything but instead worsen any situation. So, the best you can do is to relax and take it slow. The Bible encourages us to rest, although many Christians do not heed that advice. Here are five Bible truths about why one should rest. Rest   is   living  by faith It is absurd that faith has been misunderstood to mean that if you do not…

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Social media should not distract people during worship

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BY STAFF  WRITER Gone are the days when the only thing that Church   leaders    had to worry about was television and radio. Social media   has  now  proved to be a bigger distraction now, especially on millennials. While   this could be a heavy accusation, allow     me     to explain it with the help of Narcissus, of    the famous Greek mythology. Narcissus was a hunter known for his beauty. One day near a pool he saw his own reflection     in the water,…

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All religions are not the same

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BY JONATHAN TUMWEBAZE The Bahai faith holds the belief all religions are one, and that Jesus is one of the many prophets. While I consider their intentions noble – it was started to create unity and togetherness among the warring sects in the 1800’s, it is false to assume that there is a fundamental similarity among all religions. Aristotle’s law of non-contradiction applies to reality. The law states that two contradictory statements cannot both be true at the same time. Ideally you   cannot claim that a glass is empty…

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Stature of the Garden of Eden then and now

BY JONATHAN TUMWEBAZE One may wonder in our world today whether the Garden of Eden has any significance to the way we live. Well to borrow from the Christian apologist and author Ravi Zacharias, we can look at the differences between our world now, and the Garden of Eden at creation, to be able to draw relevance. There are two basic differences between the Garden of Eden then and now. First, we note the presence of God in the garden. God’s presence was with Adam and Eve, and they lived…

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