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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, December 1, 2014
THE FAITH OF ABRAHAM!
Dear friend, the Bible tells us about the Faith of Abraham and the blessing he received from God because he
believed and obeyed the instruction that God gave him. Abraham's wife Sarah was unable to have children and
God promised him that he would give him a son and that through the seed of Abraham all the families and nations
of the earth would be blessed. After walking with God and trusting him for 25 years, God gave him the promised
After many generations from Isaac, the promised seed that would bless all families and nations, JESUS CHRIST,
came into the world and through his life, death and resurrection all families and nations of the earth now have
access to the salvation, mercy and grace of God.
John 14: 6 Jesus said, I am the way, the truth and the life: No man comes unto the Father, but by me.
This means that anyone, anywhere on the earth who will believe and obey the Lord Jesus Christ will be accepted
of God and will receive forgiveness of sins and eternal life.
John 3:16 Jesus said, for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believes in
Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
(Jesus clearly stated that God was his Father (not Joseph) and that He came down from heaven to give life unto
God loves you and He sent His Son Jesus to bless you, to bless your home, to bless your family, to bless your marriage,
to bless your children, to bless your health, to bless the work of your hands and make you a blessing in the earth.
You need to understand that these blessings don't come automatically. You have to choose to believe and obey
God faithfully and consistently in your daily life and as you do, you will experience the blessing of the Lord in
every area of your life.
Abraham made the wise choice to believe and obey God and he was richly blessed of God. He had many trials
with his family and many difficulties, but God was with him in every situation. He had to choose between his reli-
gion and God. In his former religion, he worshipped creation instead of the creator. You must make the choice
to turn away from religion and receive JESUS CHRIST as your Lord and Personal Saviour. I strongly encourage
you to make the decision right now and receive Jesus into your life.
PDear Lord Jesus, I humble myself before you today. I believe you are the SON OF GOD and you love me and
died on the cross for my sins. I give you my heart and I surrender my life to you. Please forgive me of all my sins,
have mercy on me and save my soul. Lord Jesus, I receive you as my Lord and Personal Saviour. Thank you for
your mercy and grace. Bless my family Lord and help us to live for you. Amen. (Please send me a text if you prayed
FAITH CENTRE 3-5 Prince of Wales Street, San Fernando.
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o Fri 6.00pm - Youth Ministry.
A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU!!
SAO PAULO---Pele s condition is continuing
to improve and doctors have suspended kidney
treatment for the soccer great, a Brazilian hos-
pital said yesterday.
The Albert Einstein hospital said the 74-year-
old Pele, who won three World Cups with Brazil,
remains in an intensive care unit but is no longer
undergoing the hemodialysis that had been need-
ed to help support his only kidney.
The hospital said in its latest report about
Pele s condition that the Brazilian "has good
clinical evolution" and remains "lucid and stable"
in terms of blood pressure and the respiratory
"The renal support treatment was suspended
until tomorrow (Monday), when its necessity
will be reevaluated," the hospital said.
Doctors did not discard putting Pele back on
hemodialysis in the next few days if his body
does not respond well to the suspension of the
Pele was hospitalised on Monday after being
diagnosed with a urinary tract infection that
stemmed from a November 13 surgery to remove
The hospital said Pele continued to respond
well to antibiotic treatment and showed no signs
of the urinary infection.
Pele s son, former player Edinho, was in the
hospital on Saturday and said his father was
Kidney treatment suspended
as Pele's condition improves
great Pele. A
Pele has been
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treated for a
THE HAGUE---Ajax conceded late yesterday to
slip to a 1-1 draw at ADO The Hague and squan-
der a chance to go top of the Dutch Eredivisie.
The draw left Ajax one point behind league
leader PSV Eindhoven. PSV s match against third-
placed Feyenoord was postponed because PSV s
Europa League tie in Estoril on Thursday had to
be completed Friday after a waterlogged pitch
forced the suspension of the match at halftime.
Midfielder Davy Klaassen gave Ajax the lead
in the 8th minute in The Hague and both sides
missed chances before league top scorer Michiel
Kramer grabbed the equalizer in the 85th minute---
his tenth goal of the season.
In other matches Sunday, FC Groningen beat
fourth-placed FC Twente 2-1 and PEC Zwolle
thrashed Excelsior 5-0.
EDINBURGH---Defender Virgil van Dijk scored
twice as Celtic eased into the last 16 of the
Scottish Cup with a 4-0 win over 10-man
Hearts at Tynecastle yesterday.
An already difficult task for the second-tier
leaders became daunting after eight minutes
when captain Morgaro Gomis was sent off for
a challenge on Scott Brown.
Scottish Premiership leader Celtic had to wait
until the 28th minute before Van Dijk shot the
visitors into the lead following a corner.
The second half turned into a rout. John
Guidetti scored his 11th of the season from the
penalty spot in the 51st after being tripped by
Fellow forward Anthony Stokes made it 3-0
with a drive three minutes later before Van Dijk
headed in Stefan Johansen s corner in the 61st.
Ajax concedes late
to draw 1-1 at ADO
Celtic routs ten-man
Hearts 4-0 in Scottish Cup
Edinho, who is appealing a 33-
year prison sentence for laundering
money to a drug gang, said Pele is
expected to be released from the
hospital by the end of next week.
As a player, Pele had surgery to
remove a kidney after complications
from a broken rib sustained during
Pele s personal aide, Jose Fornos
Rodrigues, said the absence of the
kidney wasn t affecting Pele s treat-
ment. The hospital has declined to
say whether missing a kidney was
a problem in Pele s case.
Brazilian and international media
have been closely monitoring Pele s
condition since last week, when the
hospital said he became unstable
and was transferred to an intensive
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