Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : September 16th 2013 Contents A20
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, September 16, 2013
Dear friend, the Lord Jesus Christ had a conversation with a very religious man named Nicodemus about the requirement
to enter heaven. This man was very faithful and committed to his religion. He kept all the rules and rituals, but this encounter
with Jesus changed his life. He thought by being faithful to his religion and his good works he would qualify for heaven, but
he was wrong. The Lord Jesus opened his eyes to the truth.
John 3:3-7 Jesus answered and said unto him, verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be BORN AGAIN, he CANNOT
SEE the kingdom of God. Nicodemus saith unto Him, how can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the second time
into his mother's womb and be born? Jesus answered, verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born of water and of
the Spirit, he CANNOT ENTER the kingdom of God. That which is born of flesh is flesh and that which is born of Spirit is
spirit. Marvel not that I said unto thee, ye must be BORN AGAIN.
John 3:16 ( Jesus said to Nicodemus) For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever
believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
The Lord Jesus made it very clear, that to see the Kingdom of God and enter the Kingdom of God, a person must be BORN
AGAIN spiritually. This happens the moment anyone receives Jesus Christ as his or her Lord and Personal Saviour.
Religion and good works will not get anyone to heaven. Let us believe Jesus who said, I am the way, the truth and the life:
no man comes unto the Father, but by me.
Are you born again? Are your sins forgiven? Is your life right with God? If you die today, will you go to heaven or hell?
You can make it right by accepting Jesus Christ into your heart. Please take this moment to invite the Lord into your life.
Don't put off this critical decision, you may not have another opportunity. You have no guarantee that you will live to see
tomorrow. Now is the acceptable time. Today is the day of salvation. Please don't close your ears and harden your heart
to God. He loves you and He is calling you to Himself. This is your moment and this is your time to be BORN AGAIN.
PLEASE PRAY THIS PRAYER TO RECEIVE THE LORD JESUS CHRIST:
Dear Lord Jesus, I humble myself before you. I thank you for giving me this opportunity to make my life right with you. 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, wash me in the blood of your cross and save me. 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
everyday. Order our steps and lead us in your perfect will. Amen. (If you prayed this prayer, please send me a text.)
Rev. Peter Narinesingh.
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praised China for its continued
support for the socio-economic
development of the island as
the two countries signed a
multi-million dollar agreement
Foreign Affairs and Foreign
Trade Minister Maxine McClean
said China had proven to be a
reliable partner for Barbados and
pointed to the funding of
numerous development projects,
including the construction and
refurbishment of some of the
country s most visible land-
The two countries signed an
economic technical agreement
and three banking agreements
on Accounting Procedures with
a total value of BDS$16 mil-
McClean cited the Elsie Payne
Complex, headquarters of the
Ministry of Education and
Human Resource Development,
the Garfield Sobers Sports Com-
plex and the Lloyd Erskine San-
diford Centre as examples of
China s support for the devel-
opment of the island.
"Barbados and the People s
Republic of China on May 30,
2013, marked 36 years of diplo-
matic relations; a period during
which the two countries have
built a solid relationship based
on respect and co-operation, in
an effort to advance mutual
understanding between our peo-
She said the government had
made considerable progress in
the utilisation of the grant
funds provided by China and
that 11 projects in areas such
as agriculture, renewable ener-
gy and infrastructural devel-
opment, had been submitted
to China for consideration.
China aid for Barbados
CASTRIES---Eastern Caribbean states are seek-
ing to set up a mechanism to monitor the cement
trade in the region.
This is due to frequent shortages in supplies
which they say is hampering the construction
sector in the sub-region.
The OECS Secretariat s Trade Policy Unit (TPU)
is facilitating talks among Member Statesto develop
a position on the supply and demand for cement
within the Caribbean Community (Caricom).
Head of the OECS Trade Policy Unit Virginia
Paul says the Council for Trade and Economic
Development (Coted) agreed that such a mech-
anism is required in order to ensure that consumers
are adequately supplied by the regional manu-
"Cement is an important commodity used in
construction and given the importance of the
construction sector to economic development in
the OECS, it was necessary for Member States to
agree on the data that would be required to monitor
trade in cement within the region," she said.
The Policy Unit has confirmed that recom-
mendations from OECS have already been pre-
sented to a meeting of Caricom officials for con-
Discussions on methods of monitoring the
cement trade were among three major activities
which recently involved the OECS Secretariat s
Trade Policy Unit.
"The unit was also part of briefings on the sec-
ond phase of the Caricom Trade and Compet-
itiveness Project stakeholders in Grenada on a
national plan to increase information flows on
the CSME and the reform of administrative pro-
cedures," Paul said.
She said the Project also started work on the
reform of laws and regulations which affect the
movement of goods, capital, skills, people and
the right to establish business in these countries.
trade to be
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