Posted - Tuesday, September 08, 2009 - 11:28 PM
|Assalamo eleikum |
All the books come from Allah.But Quran is the latest edition. So our Christian and Jews brothers and sisters who are reading the previous revelations must also read this last edition from God, lest they miss something out in this competition of who has got the best.Specially in this month of Ramadan when the last revelation was sent down.
Posted - Tuesday, October 13, 2009 - 2:37 PM
|Following our "Faith Anchor" event last year, another opportunity to Come Together & Learn.|
This time the Govt. is launching the week for the 1st time in UK, at a National level
You may share our online courses with your Muslim and Non Muslim friends, wherever you live and pass on our Links, specifically during the week.
Posted - Saturday, November 14, 2009 - 9:51 PM
Posted - Wednesday, February 10, 2010 - 5:24 PM
|Our Buddhist faith partner, Robert Gebka's mom passed away after an year's illness. rob did a lot including travelling to help her.|
we all belong to God & must return to Him.
May God keep her soul in peace & serenity.
Indeed Mother is someone who can never be replaced but i am sure she will be rewarded for bringing up a son like robert who has been trying to serve the humanity with his skills and zeal to help.
here's a poem dedicated to ur mom rob. God bless!! read it and pray for her. m sure ur prayers will be a source of peace for her in the Eternity.
As the Reverend says in the funerals "They have not left home, they have returned to Home"
Best Mom Award
For all the things I didn't say, About how I felt along the way-- For the love you gave and the work you've done, Here's appreciation from your admiring son. You cared for me as a little tot, When all I did was cry a lot, And as I grew your work did too-- I ran and fell and got black and blue. I grew some more and it didn't stop; Now you had to become a cop, To worry about mistakes I'd make; You kept me in line for my own sake. I got older, and the story repeated; You were always there whenever I needed. You guided me and wished me the best, I became wiser and knew I was blessed. So, for all the times I didn't say, The love I felt for you each day, Mom, read this so you can always see Just how much you mean to me. Mom, Thanks for everything! By Karl Fuchs
Slough Faith Partnership
Posted - Friday, March 19, 2010 - 7:42 PM
|READING INTERFAITH GROUP|
A MEETING TOGETHER
OF ALL RELIGIONS AND BELIEFS
RELIGION and RELATIONSHIPS
Friends Meeting House, Church St (off London Street), Reading RG1 2SB
Tuesday MARCH 23rd
Dr Henna Khan
Specializing in CSRH(Community Sexual & Reproductive Health) in Gynaecology
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Dr Anant Sachdev
GP in Berkshire specializing in palliative care
This will be an opportunity to consider whether religion has any part to play in how we select and maintain our relationships. Can the requirements of belonging to a religious faith always be compatible with love? Do religions provide only a set of rules to judge people by and restrict natural behaviour? In what ways can
religion also be seen as a support to our relationships?
ALL ARE WELCOME
Posted - Thursday, April 29, 2010 - 8:46 AM
|Relationship with other Religions.|
Exhibition Islam along with The London Central Mosque and the Islamic Cultural Centre are pleased to announce the:
‘Islam’s relations with other Religions’
Which will be launched at The London Central Mosque and Islamic Cultural Centre in London, UK,
between 19 th and 24 th June 2010.
This modern exhibition will seek to draw on textual references and historical milestones to establish how the
fundamental teachings of the Islamic faith promote religious freedom, justice, tolerance and mercy amongst all societies.
The 6 day exhibition will witness the introduction of brand new exhibits and displays that are currently in production from the Exhibition Islam team. The exhibition will also showcase a number of manuscripts, coins, and other artefacts that show how the Islamic faith gives immense importance to the freedom of religion and recognises people of different faith backgrounds.
Posted - Saturday, May 01, 2010 - 4:49 PM
|THE BLOOD |
One night in a church service a young woman felt the tug of God
at her heart.
She responded to God's call and accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior.
The young woman had a very rough past, involving alcohol, drugs, and prostitution.
But, the change in her was evident. As time went on she became
a faithful member of the church.
She eventually became involved in the ministry,
teaching young children.
It was not very long until this faithful young woman
had caught the eye and heart of the pastor's son.
The relationship grew and they began to make wedding plans.
This is when the problems began.
You see, about one half of the church did not think that a woman
with a past such as hers was suitable for a pastor's son.
The church began to argue and fight about the matter.
So they decided to have a meeting.
As the people made their arguments and tensions increased,
the meeting was getting completely out of hand.
The young woman became very upset about all the things
being brought up about her past.
As she began to cry the pastor's son stood to speak.
He could not bear the pain it was causing his wife to be.
He began to speak and his statement was this:
"My fiancee's past is not what is on trial here.
What you are questioning is the ability of the blood of Jesus
to wash away sin.
Today you have put the blood of Jesus on trial.
So, does it wash away sin or not?"
The whole church began to weep as they realized that they had been slandering the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Too often, even as Christians, we bring up the past
and use it as a weapon against our brothers and sisters.
Forgiveness is a very foundational part of the Gospel
of our Lord Jesus Christ.
If the blood of Jesus does not cleanse the other person completely
then it cannot cleanse us completely.
If that is the case, then we are all in a lot of trouble.
What can wash away my sins?
Nothing but the blood of Jesus! End of case!!!!
"Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee
he shall never suffer the righteous to be moved."
My instructions were to pick four people that I wanted God to bless
and I picked you.
Please pass this to four people you want to be blessed and a copy back to me.
This prayer is powerful and prayer is one of the best gifts we receive.
There is no cost but a lot of rewards, let's continue to pray for one another.
Here is the prayer:
"Father, I ask you to bless my friends, relatives
and email buddies reading this right now.
Show them a new revelation of your love and power.
Holy Spirit, I ask you to minister to their spirit at this very moment.
Where there is pain, give them your peace and mercy.
Where there is self doubt, release a renewed confidence through your grace.
In Jesus' precious name.
I know I picked more than four, and you can, too .
Posted - Monday, August 01, 2011 - 7:37 AM
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