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Reverend Laurence Muzembi 

All new articles for July 2020


The month of May has been unlike any other in my time as a writer, I am incredibly excited for the future though, and know that we are going to continue to go from strength to strength in the Lord.

What this month has shown is that we really can get so much achieved despite not being able to meet due to Covid-19. I’ve setup this page to act as a reminder, and so that you can have the opportunity to read through while you look forward to next month.

I hope that you are all keeping safe, enjoy!

  1. Lord, what do You want me to do?
  2. This Jesus I preach is Christ!
  3. The glory of this light!
  4. Resurrection of the dead
  5. Detoxification - beware of yeast!
  6. Called to be saints!
  7. The wisdom of God!
  8. The Spirit of God dwells in you!
  9. Stewards of the mysteries of God!
  10. The Christian life!
  11. Let them marry: for it is better to marry than to ...
  12. Is there any other God?
  13. Settle your own differences!
  14. The seal of my apostleship!
  15. These things became our examples!
  16. Keep the ordinances, as I delivered them!
  17. Pursue love, and desire spiritual gifts!
  18. Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong!
  19. What the Gospel really is!
  20. Grace to you and peace!
  21. You are a letter from Christ!
  22. The light of the gospel of Christ!
  23. Life after death
  24. Your grief led to repentance!
  25. Abound in this grace also!
  26. The weapons of our warfare!

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