New Music: Jkellys – The Name Of Jesus

The bible says in the book of philipians 2:9-11


“Wherefore God hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name.
That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow of things in heaven, and things under the earth, and things under the earth.
And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is lord to the glory of God the father.”


Jkellys, the urban and contemporary gospel singer who released two new singles in 2016 titled “UNSTOPPABLE” and “NO ONE COMPARES” is here again with a new single titled “THE NAME OF JESUS“.

This highly anointed song “THE NAME OF JESUS” will stir up faith in you to receive answers in the name of Jesus to any situation or circumstance whatsoever that you have been believing God for.
As long as that thing, situation or circumstance has got a name, the name of Jesus is stronger, greater and higher than it.

Be blessed as you listen and share to others.


 
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It’s Now Illegal to Evangelize in Nepal – Veronica Neffinger

It’s Now Illegal to Evangelize in Nepal

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Nepal’s president recently signed into law a bill making evangelism and conversion to another religion a punishable offense in the country.

According to The Christian Post, Nepalese President Bidhya Devi Bhandari signed into law legislation that makes evangelism and religious conversion punishable by up to five years in prison.

Bhandari reportedly signed the legislation on Oct. 16. Nepalese lawmakers initially passed bills against evangelism and conversion back in August.

Religious leaders in Nepal have decried the new law and said it is a step backwards for religious freedom.

“We are deeply saddened that this bill is now law,” said Pastor Tanka Subedi, the founding member and chair of Dharmik Chautari Nepal and Religious Liberty Forum Nepal. “Our appeals to the president and other policy makers to amend this have been ignored. Nepali government have taken a regressive step as this law severely restricts our freedom of expression and our freedom of religion or belief.”

 

Written by: Veronica Neffinger