Author Archives: veldaville

About veldaville

A retired special education teacher with a Masters Degree in Education from Mount St. Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and professional certificates in Educational Management and Teaching Deaf Children from the University of the West Indies. Possess many years experience supervising teachers and instructing children in a church setting, planning and supervising day camps for children. My ambition is to proclaim Jesus Christ to all and especially to those who have fallen into error. My hope is that they may see the light and be saved from those who prey on their souls.

Praying the Lord’s Prayer

Let the gospel of Jesus spread until all peoples have heard about your saving grace. Continue reading

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How My Parents, My Church and School Inclined My Heart to the Lord

The storytelling, the teaching, the preaching, the visual presentations in vacation Bible school all had a profound impact on my life. Continue reading

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Two Kinds of Righteousness

Jesus put an end to the Jewish idea that one could be brought into a right relationship with God by observing the law. Jesus offers both Jews and Gentiles one way of becoming reconciled to himself. That way is through faith in Jesus Christ. Continue reading

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Pentecost – Before, Then and After

The church has weathered the brutal perils of persecution and martyrdom which have stayed with her to this day. Nevertheless, she has still managed to spread the light of the Gospel everywhere. Continue reading

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Tips For Growing in Prayer

Jesus’ instructions to his disciples concerning prayer were that they should not make prayer an ostentatious show as the Pharisees did. Instead, they were to keep their prayer life simple, humble and without pretense. Continue reading

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Living By Faith or Living By the Law, Which?

Law based living is man’s way of trying to please God. All human religions are based on it. Christianity is based on faith, grace and the transforming power of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Continue reading

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King Solomon Started Well, but Allowed Disobedience to Derail Him: A Lesson For Us.

We now have peace with God, eternal life, an inheritance that can never fade, tarnish or be corrupted. All of these priceless gifts are ours through the gracious benevolence of our heavenly Father. Continue reading

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Jewish Fall Festivals and their Meanings

All the feasts of Israel have embodied within them the glorious work of God which he unfolds through Jesus Christ for the salvation of humanity. We have much reason to rejoice in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit who has redeemed us and can keep us to the day of his triumphant appearing. Continue reading

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Encountering Jesus: An Experience That Changed Bartimaeus And Can Do the Same for You.

Jesus is always passing our way. Do you recognise your shortcomings, your need for a Saviour? Then call out to Jesus; he will hear and answer your requests. The transformation blind Bartimaeus experienced can be yours today. Continue reading

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Created for Good Works

Serving is our calling. Jesus said he came to serve and not for others to minister to him. The same has to apply to us his children. Continue reading

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