Welcome to DivineThirst.comGod himself has set eternity in our hearts. This divine thirst, can only be quenched by the Living Water, the Lord Jesus Christ, who is also the Living Word.
It is essential to drink deeply and daily from this fountain of life, regularly and as often as possible. Our prayer is that the name of Jesus Christ will be glorified in this site. May you be edified and encouraged to seek God more and more!
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Dee and Eden Quirino
- Go with God’s Presence
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- Will You Marry Me?
- My Superhero
- Praying for the Sick
- An Edifying Vocabulary – What’s Comes Out of the Mouth Manifests What’s In the Heart
- Mountain-Moving Prayer
- When You Think You’ve Got Every Reason to Complain
- Reflecting About Endings……2016?
- Forever Grateful for 2016
- Seven Prayers You Cannot Miss Praying in Your Lifetime
- Prayer is NOT….
- Becoming A Great Commission Christian
- E-Group: Living an Evangelistic Life
- E-Group: I Will Build My Church
- E-Group: God’s Tool for Evangelism
- The Fellowship of the Church
- Instruction in the Word
- Experiencing God’s Love
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- Glorious Hope
- Parenting Journey
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- Scriptural Reflections
- Sunday Messages
Monthly Archives: May 2010
Therefore, it is one thing to know and understand that we are “dead to sin” and “alive to God” in Christ Jesus; and it is another thing to live and act like one. In other words, if you say you are a disciple of the Lord Jesus or a Christian, then live like one. Continue reading →
Therefore, the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus is not just a historical event but also a personal and spiritual breakthrough for our life as believers and disciples of Jesus Christ. It teaches us that we have a new life in Christ and that we can live for God. We can live a victorious and an overcoming life through Jesus Christ! Continue reading →
Therefore, we do not just live for ourselves. The quality of our faith today will directly and greatly affect the quality of faith as well as the quality of life, our children and their children will have in the future. Continue reading →