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I believe Christians out of all other faith should have minimum separation between secular and sacred life. After all we call Christianity, our world view. Some one said, “Bare theology is useless, unless we know how to apply it” and I can’t agree more. I am a firm believer of Bible to be an inspired, infallible, inerrant, word of God, but what good it is if I can’t apply it to my life now and here. So, in this blog I will discuss my secular experiences in biblical view, the right, wrong, lies, and all. Continue to read and engage, God bless.

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He Fills It To The Brim.

He Fills It To The Brim.

The bridegroom was stressed, The bride sat somewhere isolated, The feast master was concerned, Servants were confused, Few guests with advice, There was a cheering crowd clueless, They ran out of wine in the Cana wedding.   Not that odd, often our wine runs out as well. Judicious, relishing fresh wine that once strengthened us. Well, may not be in our wedding, but always in our marriage.   When the path gets harder, The groom is st

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Give Your Messy Fish

Give Your Messy Fish

“What are they among so many?” (John 6:9)   Andrew asked to himself, holding five barley loaves and two small fish. Intriguing, we all have asked this question to ourselves, now, much more than 2000 years ago! This is one of Satan’s most favorite lies for centuries. "What are they among so many?" Choices good or bad, just one choice has the potential to change a life.   One Adam, one Eve, one fruit, One Abraham, one Isaac, one Joseph, one Jacob, One E

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Do You Believe, Then Speak!

Do You Believe, Then Speak!

13 And since we have the same spirit of faith, according to what is written, “I believed and therefore I spoke,” we also believe and therefore speak (2 Corinthians 4:13).     Seemingly different individuals, in different eras, in different context, said the very same thing, “I believed and therefore I spoke.”   They both spoke, One with tons of poems another with epistle after epistle, One with disabling sickness another with a devastating discouragement,

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Do Not Spiritualize the Marriage. - Introduction

Do Not Spiritualize the Marriage. - Introduction

Every time, I teach my nursing students about STI, they rumble in their own young adult way, “Celibacy…. Celibacy.” With A smile I always respond, “It’s a great call, there are many I admire who are called to that, but I am not cut out for that.” I suggest, “Married, monogamy.” And they laugh, some with a painful, desperate, and disappointed laughs. Let me start by saying this, personally, I won’t be myself without my marriage, my husband, this dreamlike beautiful yet annoyingly painful (at time

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Do Not Spiritualize Marriage (1): It Takes Away it's Real Beauty.

Do Not Spiritualize Marriage (1): It Takes Away it's Real Beauty.

Isn’t it so humanly to make things little bit better than to stop and enjoy the real beauty of it at hand? I am sure spiritualizing marriage mostly is NOT an ill intend act but an ignorant effort to make it little bit more glorious than understanding how beautiful it is, as it is.   Spiritualizing marriage takes away its real beauty and significance. Now and here, in this side of eternity, marriage holds lots of significance. The effects of marriage have eternal consequences despite ma

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Destroy Your List - Except for,

Destroy Your List - Except for,

Yes, I said destroy your list and look for a miracle, but I do believe in balance. If we need to use a list, then we are to use it for our personal convictions alone.    If you have questions about the strategies used by another minister, question it, but to your own self question.    If you are quite not sure of an identity of a christian minister, be skeptical, in your own mind be skeptical.   There is all these provisions to discern, see here the same john (agree

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Christ Is Our Competence.

Christ Is Our Competence.

“Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think of anything as being from ourselves, but our sufficiency is from God, who also made us sufficient as ministers of the new covenant,” (2 Corinthians 3:5-6).   In many job-interviews I had attended, there is one question that is always asked, “What makes you the right fit for this position?” Have we ever thought, what makes us competent to be “who we are?” in a combined role of our “SELF” as a person. This “Ahila” that I am! I could go on

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Christ - Too Familiar or Too Strange!

Christ - Too Familiar or Too Strange!

Christ taught the crowd proclaiming, “I am the bread of life!” (John 3: 48). After that teaching, many left Jesuses’ crowd. Among the followers who left Christ, I see two groups. The first group left as they questioned, “Isn’t this Jesus, the son of Joseph? We know his father and mother. How can he say, ‘I came down from heaven’?” (John3:42). For them, Christ is too familiar. They clinked on to his humanity it was hard for them to believe His divinity. This group still exists today they claim, “

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

But, It is Mine.

But, It is Mine.

She was holding tight this old, torn, and battered comforter so close. Comforter bought at least 20 years back and passed on to me from my best friend. Somehow this caught her attention few years back and ever since, she carries it everywhere, up and down, on the bed and the couch. Wherever she is, you may find this old comforter laying next. Occasionally, she runs to it and holds tight.   I asked, “Baby, can mommy buy you a new comforter? This is sooooooo old.”   She immedia

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

Become Complete

Become Complete

Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians is captivatingly filled with deliberations, passion, emotions, joy and tears. It also ends with a fascinating benediction. In its end, this two-word phrase that caught my attention. He says “Become complete” (2 Corinthians 13:11). In another version it says “be made complete.” This Greek word “katartizó” means perfected to fulfill a destination, bring it to proper condition, to be repaired.   I am really not sure what was in Paul’s mind as he exh

Ahila Prabu

Ahila Prabu

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